Your liver metabolizes drugs, some more than others.
In plain English: Some medications are affected by "liver speed" as they pass through it, and D-L "speeds up" the liver.
Some med doses are based on normal liver speed and then fine tuned based on YOUR liver health/ speed/effectiveness.
DL has the ability to make your liver optimal, thus could slightly change any Rx dose. **This is obviously important with important meds like blood thinning medication. Maybe not a big deal with ABX. Drugs dot com does not get to specific with this either, says pretty much what I mentioned.
Post Edited (astroman) : 3/19/2018 9:21:26 PM (GMT-6)