Will Salvestrol Interfere With Other Drugs?

Salvestrols are a Food Supplement and should not interfere with drug therapies unless they specifically restrict the intake of fruit sources. If so, it will be listed on the product label.

Salvestrol products do not contain naringenin. Naringenin is a compound commonly found in grapefruit which may interact with several CYP enzymes and therefore interfere with some drug therapies.

If you are unsure, ask your medical practitioner for advice.

Suitability for Children

Salvestrols are fine for children but those younger than 12 should only take them under guidance from a qualified practitioner.

Making Salvestrols More Effective

Taking Salvestrols in combination with multivitamin, multi-mineral supplements at the recommended daily allowances can increase the effectiveness of Salvestrol.

The specific enhancers are Biotin (vitamin H), Niacin (vitamin B3), Magnesium and Selenium, all commonly found in daily vitamin and mineral supplements.

The uptake of Salvestrol can also be improved by the use of a Probotic available from health food stores.

Exercise, particularly promoting aerobic fitness, and a balanced diet based on organic foods is also recommended (see Research revealing Salvestrol content of organic vs. non-organic foodstuffs).

How Does This Work?

Salvestrols are a recently discovered class of naturally derived compounds from plants called PHYTOALEXINS that could be essential for our well being and health.


As Salvestrols are part of our food supply and have been historically present in our diet they are very safe.