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Take 1 capsule, 3 times daily, with meals.
Do not use if you are taking water pills, since Black Currant Leaf can increase the amount of water loss from the body.
Consult a medical professional if you are taking anticoagulants or other medications.
Do not use if you have a hypersensitivity to aspirin or aspirin products.
Keep out of reach of children.
Not to be used by pregnant or nursing women.
Do not take Licorice if you have chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver, or any disease that impedes the flow of bile from the liver. Avoid it also if you have abnormal muscle tension, poor kidney function, or low potassium levels in your blood.
When taken in high dosages for an extended period of time, Licorice Root may lead to excessive loss of salt from the blood, water retention, high blood pressure, and heart irregularities. Because of the possibility of these side effects, limit your use of Licorice to 6 weeks. The side effects disappear after the drug is discontinued.
Licorice can increase the potassium loss caused by the other drugs, such as diuretics that flush excess water from the body (Diuril, Zaroxolyn, others). This potassium loss can, in turn, increase your sensitivity to drugs containing digitalis, such as the heart medication Lanoxin.
Licorice may also increase the effects, and unwanted side effects, of steroid medications such as prednisone (Deltasone).
Long term use of Senna as a laxative may lead to dependency.
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