Rodia could interact with cranberry extract, opiates, phytoestrogens, calcium pyruvate,
chromium, Cordyceps, potassium phosphate, ribose, caffeine and sodium phosphate.
It could also lower blood sugar levels. Caution is advised when using herbs and supplements that can also lower blood sugar.
Rodia could alter blood pressure. Caution is advised in patients taking herbs and supplements that alter blood pressure.
Rodia could have additive effects when taken with adaptogen, anti-anxiety, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-depressant, anticancer, antioxidant, central nervous system depressant to improve performance during exercise, modulation of the immune system, neurological, and supplements to treat impotence.
Use with caution in patients taking herbs that are metabolized by cytochrome P450 enzymes,
since Rodia's Bacopa can negatively affect cytochrome P450 enzymes and interfere with the
way the body processes certain herbs. As a result, the levels of other herbs may become too
high in the blood. It can also alter the effects that other herbs may have on the P450 system.