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I know not to eat grapefruit because of the meds I take, but I didn't know about some of the rest of these. Thought I'd let you know, just in case.
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I have a question. Can Sakura sake affect your meds? Iím getting these Sakura Sake flavored Kit-Kats and I heard they have alcohol powder in them. The kit kats are really small and I think they have something like 000.7% in them. Iíve heard absolutely no alcohol on benzos. I take Xanax .5 once or twice a day. Will that little bit of alcohol ďpowderĒ do anything to me? Iím really looking forward to eating these and Iíll be bummed if I canít. Iím assuming if it was a major thing Iíd need an ID to buy them which I didnít.
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Mountaindewed, I think that would be a question to ask a pharmacist. I guess it would depend on how much alcohol is in it.
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Things that can affect your meds
When cats fall out of my pill bottle it definitely affects my meds!
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