Advil (ibuprofen) isn't in the same class as meldonium. Meldonium is classified as a non-specific metabolic modulator. Meaning there needs to be more research because there is actually no specific reason why anyone would take this and it's pathways are not fully understood.Advil (an NSAID, Cyclo-oxygenase Inhibitor) opens blood vessels by directly affecting adrenaline receptors like it says Meldonium is puported to do in the Wikipedia article? Is this published anywhere? All the research suggests that NSAIDs increases the risk of accute episodes in cardiovascular disease (like heart attack or stroke) by disturbing the equilibrium in the inflammation system.
Perhaps what you say is mentioned in the latest edition of Pharmakopoeia Djokovicia? Along with the magic water and gluten-free cupcake sprinkles, fairy dust and unicorn horn shavings?