Yes. But it would help if you say why you're taking these? Vitamin D is obviously fine to take; without it you'd be dead. Take it with a meal. But I'm not sure why you're taking the other things. Rhodiola can be helpful but it can also promote anxiety as it's a stimulating adaptogen; I know there's been a lot of positive thought about it but just be careful to notice if it seems to increase agitation. There are adaptogens you can take that will balance your adrenals but don't have that effect. You might want to look into when you take apple cider vinegar and research it -- it's not for everyone and I don't know if the acid might interfere with the absorption of the citalopram (and the supplements as well) so you also need to know when to take it. Coconut oil also needs to be taken with a meal for best absorption, but again, why are you taking it? Most of this stuff isn't probably going to help with depression other than maybe the rhodiola. The other stuff might be useful, but for other things, and again, apple cider vinegar has to be the right form (organically grown with the mother) to do anything and some people do not do well with the acid.
General health and also wanting to take as little dose of antidepressant as poss, if I can balance it out with other things. Saffron meant to help libido side effect and rhodiola help the sedation side effect and depression also. Vitamin d I've been deficient before and heard people with depression often are deficient in it. Been told recently can be bad for u if don't take with k2 but k2 meant to interfere with antidepressant absorption.
The ape cider vinegar I've just heard lots of positive things about with helping weight issues etc which my antidepressant causes in me. 8 stone off them. Now bout 14 on them.
Generally run down health wise also.
My pharmacist friend suggested brintellex. Any experience of this one?
Meantime was hoping that if Rhodiola too stimulating, my holy basil or Valerian could counteract that?
For now was thinking citalopram, saffron, rhodiola, holy basil or Valerian?
Was thinking of alternating my saffron with turmeric but research shows citalopram and turmeric was studied and patients had bad longterm reactions. So not sure