with Devil's Claw|
Devil's claw and warfarin may interact, resulting in purpurea (Shaw et al.
1991). The mechanism for this interaction is unclear and there is no data
available regarding effects from rechallenge. Patients taking devil's claw with
anticoagulants should be monitored closely for clinical signs of
over-coagulation or bleeding disorders.
Shaw D, Leon C, Kolev S, Murray V. Traditional remedies and food supplements:
A 5-year toxicological study (1991-1995). Drug Safety.
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