Review: R-ALA and Rhus Tox
This review analyzes the effectiveness and drug interactions between R-ALA and Rhus Tox. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA and social media, and is updated regularly.
What are the drugs
R-ala (what R-ala users reported?) has active ingredients of alpha - lipoic acid.
Rhus tox (what Rhus Tox users reported?) has active ingredients of poison ivy.
On Aug, 9, 2014: 0 people who take R-ALA, Rhus Tox is studied
Drug combinations in study:
- R-ALA (alpha - lipoic acid)
- Rhus Tox (poison ivy)
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Can you answer these questions (what is this?):
- What do i have, it's bothering me
finger bones on fire at tips and also toes burning like fire; back of neck and tip of nose very cold and eyes puffy; urine is red sometimes but then sometimes dark brown with yellow foam and white spots in it; tongue coated all white and smells bad; can't sit still because the tailbone is on fire; a ...
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Taking OTC Supplements (listed individual ingredients ) instead of product names.
- Did anyone started having vertigo after taking r lipoic acid? any suggestion for a cure?
One month ago, I tried R-Lipoic acid from Life Extension. I took 1 single pill in the evening. I did not sleep at all the whole night even though I was very tired. I spiked high blood pressure with rapid heart beats all night. Has very loose stools all night long and had vertigo all night long. I di ...
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