Especially black, chamomile and peppermint.
This is a myth. I take amitryptiline and drink black tea and chamomile on a daily basis. The only beverages that will interfere with it are grapefruit juice and any kind of alcohol. Drink your tea and enjoy.
There is a thought that black tea may decrease the absorption of amitriptyline. It is therefore recommended that patients should take these at least two hours apart.
Yes, it does. I'm taking 150mg daily and when I drink tea I can notice a difference. I know it interferes due to a side effect that goes away like clockwork when I miss a dose. That same reaction happens when I drink tea. I've been drinking Iced tea my whole life and never had this reaction until I was prescribed Amitriptyline.
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