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Lady's slipper(Cypripedium acaule,Cypripedium calceolus)



Interactions

Lady's slipper/Drug Interactions:
  • Antimalarials/quinineAntimalarials/quinine: Ladies slipper contains quinines, which may have an additive effect when taken concomitantly with other quinine-containing products (1).
  • Cardiac glycosides, digoxinCardiac glycosides, digoxin: Lady's slipper is thought to contain tannins, glycosides, resins, and quinines (1).
  • SedativesSedatives: Based on traditional use, lady's slipper may have additive effects when used with other sedatives.

Lady's slipper/Herb/Supplement Interactions:
  • Cardiac glycosidesCardiac glycosides: Lady's slipper is thought to contain tannins, glycosides, resins, and quinines (1).
  • Quinine-containing herb and supplementsQuinine-containing herb and supplements: Ladies slipper contains quinines, which may have an additive effect with other quinine containing herbs (1).
  • SedativesSedatives: Based on traditional use, lady's slipper may have additive effects when used with other sedatives.
  • TanninsTannins: Based on unsubstantiated reports, lady's slipper contains tannins and may interact with other tannin-containing herbs.

Lady's slipper/Food/Drink Interactions:
  • TanninsTannins: Based on unsubstantiated reports, lady's slipper contains tannins and may have additive effects when ingested with wine or other products including tannins.
  • QuinineQuinine: Ladies slipper contains quinines, which may have an additive effect with other quinine containing products like tonic water (1).

Lady's slipper/Lab Interactions:
  • Insufficient available evidence.

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