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Halacha - milk after meat for ill
Submitted by shoshana  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Answer: She need not wait 6 hours, however she must make a beracha achrona at the end of the fleishig meal and a new beracha rishona (if necessary) on the supplement. Additionally she should eat and drink a pareve food and drink in between to clean out the mouth of any fleishig residue, and I would recommend also brushing the teeth. If possible, she should wait at least one hour after the meat before eating milchigs.
posted:2009-11-18 21:49:14

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