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side effects, nutrient depletions, herbal interactions and health notes:
• Soy Isoflavones and lecithin - Use of soy isoflavones or extracts from soy could potentially increase the absorption and utilization of this medication. People with soy allergies should not take either the medication or the supplement.1
References1 Threlkeld DS, ed. Respiratory Drugs, Respiratory Inhalant Products, Anticholinergics, Ipratropium Bromide. In Facts and Comparisons Drug Information. St. Louis, MO: Facts and Comparisons, Jun 1996, 182f–2g.
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