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Some Meds Must Be Halted

The dance between medicine and clinical procedures is delicate, a waltz that requires careful coordination and attention to detail. 

Regarding clinical procedures like Botox, not all medications can gracefully glide through this dance without causing a misstep.

Some medications must be halted in their tracks before the procedure.

The importance of understanding this dynamic relationship cannot be overstated.

I recently received an email from a reader delving into this topic, seeking clarity on the intricate interplay between medications and Botox. 

Scroll down to read their email and my response below. 

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“Hi, Susan,

I just recently started taking FLOW.

My question is… before doing botox, fish oil supplements must be stopped to help avoid bruising. Is FLOW a product in that category? If so,  how many days ahead would I need to pause my intake?

Thanks for ALL you do!” 

— Tulip (not her real name)


Hi Tulip,

Great question! And good job on being careful with your supplement usage. Please also remember that individual results may vary. 

Now on to your question.

Fish oils are blood thinners, which make you more susceptible to bruising when you get Botox and fillers. 

FLOW is a nitric oxide booster. It functions such that you can produce more of the gas that signals your vascular system to squeeze the blood where it needs to go by opening up the walls of your veins, arteries, and capillaries to lower the pressure and increase the flow. 

Think of FLOW as a supplement for blood veins, arteries, and capillaries. All three are contained by smooth muscle tissue that relaxes or tones depending on where your body needs the blood to flow. 

At any given time, your body regulates that flow, and Nitric Oxide is the gas that signals the molecule to tighten or loosen.

Nitric oxide is a naturally occurring molecule in the body that plays a crucial role in various physiological processes. It helps regulate blood flow by dilating blood vessels, improving circulation, and increasing oxygen delivery to muscles.

You don’t need to stop taking FLOW for cosmetic procedures like needling. It’s always best to consult your doctor about your supplement regimen for operations or surgeries.

FLOW is a nitric oxide supplement sourced from organic fruits and vegetables.

It is made from a synergistic blend of organic watermelon, spinach, and pine bark extracts. It includes essential antioxidants and Vitamin C.

Watermelon and spinach contain L-citrulline, an amino acid that has been researched for its potential role in nitric oxide production.

Consider FLOW as a potential addition to your daily routine while keeping in mind that individual results may vary, and it’s essential to consult with your healthcare provider before taking any new supplements.

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