Can drinking lemon juice netralise my medication am taking?

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24 Jun 2012

You didn't say what meds. As a rule it is grapefruit juice that hinders the absorption of medications. I asked my pharmacist one time if it was any other citrus juice and she said no just grapefruit juice.

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Rajive Goel 25 Jun 2012

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