- ForskolinHerbal SupplementWeight LossCognitive FunctionEnergy
How It Works:
Top Forskolin Products* ❯View User Ratings* ❯*Affiliate LinksOVERVIEW: Forskolin is an herbal extract from the Coleus Forskohlii plant. It has been used in traditional Asian medicine systems for several indications. READ MORE...USED FOR: Weight Loss, Cognitive Function, Memory, Anti-Aging, Mood, Depression, Energy, Asthma, Allergies, Skin Health, Sexual Function and Glaucoma.MECHANISM: Shown to increase the cellular production of cAMP, which has diverse physiological effects related to energy production, vasodilation, mood regulation, memory function, anti-histaminergic effects, and thyroid function.READ MORE...DOSAGE: 100 - 500 mg per day; Taken twice daily.SIDE EFFECTS: Generally regarded as safe, but limited data on long-term safety. May cause restlessness, low blood pressure, increased heart rate, skin flushing, fatigue, dizziness, nausea or headache. READ MORE...INTERACTIONS: Nitrates and dugs that increase blood flow; Calcium Channel Blockers and anti-hypotensive drugs; Anti-Coagulant drugs; May interact with supplements that have vasodilatory or anti-platelet effects.RELATED SUPPLEMENTS: Artichoke Extract, 5-HTP, Irvingia Gabonensis, White Kidney Bean Extract, Caffeine, Cissus Quadrangularis, Creatine, Gotu Kola, Green Tea, Yerba MateTop Forskolin Supplements
- Boosts thyroid function & breakdown of fat
- Promotes energy, stamina & concentration
- Supports weight loss & appetite suppression
Is it ok to drink grapefruit juice when taking Forskolin?
Thanks for your question! I haven’t found any specific mentions online of a drug interaction between these two compounds. There is some indication that naringen in grapefruit may have metabolism-boosting effects so there could be a synergistic effect to combining them.