Although Rodia is generally safe and effective, there are some side effects. Most are related to dosage levels and all these are minor effects that often disappear as the body gets used to its ingredients.
The most common side effects are:
Vivid dreams, allergy, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, indigestion, irritability, anxiety, sweating, confusion, hyperactivity, nasal obstruction, thirst, upset stomach, rash, increased blood pressure, headache or dizziness, chest pain, fishy odor, drowsiness or trouble sleeping, palpitations (irregular heartbeat), decreased heart pressure or decreased blood sugar levels.
Some people may be sensitive to Rodia and tolerate only one daily dose of 100 mg or less. If you experience any adverse reaction, reduce the dose to 1 pill for two weeks and if the discomfort persists, consult your doctor.