I'd heard that licorice could be a problem. My sister loves licorice and is on BP medicine. However, she only eats a little bit at a time and only occasionally. I don't think it's hurt her any. I don't like licorice, so I'm safe (ha ha), but I wish I could eat grapefruit with my medicine. It's a new med, and doesn't say anything about not eating grapefruit products with it (like so many other meds do), but my doctor said that it's better to be safe than sorry. (I did cave in and eat an entire large red grapefruit one day and didn't notice any difference later. So maybe 'occasional' is the key word).
When in doubt, ask your doctor, I guess.
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