1 - Meldonium is not sold over the counter where she lives.
2 - You are letting slip that Meldonium is not a real heart medicine.
You also mean that Meldonium is not dangerous, so what? And if it's not a "real heart medicine", then what is it?
Oooh, you slipped up there Jimmie
If it's not real heart medicine, what is it and why is she taking it?
Surely someone with her condition should be taking the real stuff as a precaution at least?
Since you should not expect a proper answer very soon
I'll make a try; must be an ingredient for a stylish cocktail...
- during the clay season, mainly in Rome (Internazionali BNL d'Italia) Italian Meldonetto
(Meldonium, amaretto liqueur, orange juice, sugar, frozen lemonade, ice)
- during the AO, as well as for different exotic tournaments (Acapulco, the Asian tour), Meldquila Sunrise
(mixture of Meldonium powder & rhino horn powder, tequila, squeezed orange juice, jigger grenadine syrup, ice cubes, optionally one maraschino cherry for garnish)
- during the grass season, Strawberry Meldonquiry
(smuggling Meldonium, rhum, frozen strawberries, lemon juice, lime juice, ice)
- between tournaments, while visiting the motherland, Meldonka
(pure Meldonium powder, genuine Russian vodka, Siberian ice)
- last but not least, after the every match vs Serena, Bloody Meldy
(triple dose of Meldonium, rough vodka, a drop of absinthe, tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, ground black pepper, fresh lime juice, celery seed)