Hidralazina
  • Vitamina B6 - Suplemento Probablemente Util
  • Coenzima Q10 (CoQ10) - Suplemento Posiblemente Útil
  • Coleus forskohlii - Interacción Teórica
English Version

La hidralazina causa dilatación en las paredes de los vasos sanguíneos y a veces se usa para tratar la hipertensión.


Suplemento Posiblemente Util
Se sabe que la hidrazalina reduce a la sangre de vitamina B 6 . El tomar suplementos B 6 podría prevenir o revertir los efectos secundarios del medicamento. 1, 2

Suplemento Posiblemente Útil
Hay evidencia de que la hidralazina podría dañar la capacidad del cuerpo para producir la sustancia de la coenzima Q 10 (CoQ 10 ). 3 Esto sugiere (pero definitivamente no demuestra) que tomar suplementos CoQ 10 podría producir un efecto benéfico.

Interacción Teórica
La hierba Coleus forskohlii relaja los vasos sanguíneos y podría tener efectos impredecibles si se combina con hidralazina.




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Last Reviewed septiembre 2014



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