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Moringa supplements have yet to face stringent human testing, but some interactions have been discovered. Moringa may alter the effectiveness of the antibiotic rifampin. It may also interfere with antiretroviral drugs used to treat HIV. Because moringa is thought to lower blood pressure and blood sugar, taking moringa along with other drugs that do the same could potentially bring blood pressure or blood sugar too low.
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