Calcium channel blocker

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H i , this might seem a bit out there , but the active ingredient in amlodipine is the chemical number 3-ethyl-5 methyl besides bulking agents , guess what it is also in Raw Peas,and roasted coffee beans , just maybe eating some raw peas might just act as a calcium blocker , plus magnesium , and staying off caffeine drinks . yes i know sounds to easy but you never know ,lol

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    Question: If the same chemical is in roasted coffee beans, wouldn't it make more sense to increase intake of coffee?

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      Answer . it seems it is a flavour enhancer , they put in with the coffee beans. and as far as i can work out , It also comes from paint thinner , dihydropyridine , i just wonder if french polishers have clean arteries , from inhaling fumes , brazilian pit viper Ace inhibitors, monacolin k red yeast rice statins, just one thing with coffee caffeine , it seems that blocks or rather interferes with the absorption of most of the meds .

      also just found magnesium is a calcium channel blocker ,oh and grapefruit not so good either. after all that hope you have a nice xmas US Rider 69 , thanks for your reply

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