Separate the Timing of Taking AlkaPlex and Tetracyclines

Posted by Barbara Hall on

Research has shown that the pharmaceutical drug class of ‘tetracyclines’ will not be as effective if taken to close in time to the ingestion of AlkaPlex.  AlkaPlex blocks the absorption of ‘tetracyclines’ if taken too close together. 

It is recommended that AlkaPlex be taken either two (2) hours before or two (2) hours after taking a ‘tetracycline’ based drug. 

If you have cancer and are taking, or considering taking, an AlkaPlex based product, you should consult your physician of pharmacist to be sure you are not taking a ‘tetracycline” based product. 

And to be clear, RCR makes no curative claims concerning AlkaPlex relative to cancer.  If in doubt about any health care issue, you should always consult with your health care professional.

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