For instance, cordyceps have a distinct effect on blood sugar. If you take it with other antidiabetic medicines, you might experience low blood sugar. Other mushrooms may have blood thinning effects, so they might cause bruising or nosebleeds.
That’s why if you’re keen on drinking mushroom coffee, you might want to check in with your doctor first. This is especially important if you have an underlying health condition or are taking medicines.
Interested in drinking mushroom coffee instead of regular coffee? Reports say it might have numerous benefits. It can help boost the immune system, particularly against viruses, help with diabetes and obesity, and is even a good source of different micronutrients.
Still, it comes with risks. Depending on the mushrooms included in the blend, it might interact with your medicine or affect your underlying health condition.
If you want to learn more about mushroom coffee, don’t hesitate to get in touch with your doctor.
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