probiotics and nettle tea?

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    Carpsy
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    hello.

    i’ve just received the probiotics i ordered and i took one this morning on an empty stomach. my question is – does this mean i can no longer have my morning nettle tea now? i’m sure i read that nettle tea has anti fungal properties.

    how about coconut milk? i plan on making coconut bread soon and will probably eat some for breakfast but i’m sure i remember reading raster saying it has anti fungal properties aswell. or does it not matter if it’s in such low doses?

    cheers.

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    raster
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    Shouldn’t kill the probiotics.

    -raster

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    r.andy1
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    Carpsy;60626 wrote: hello.

    i’ve just received the probiotics i ordered and i took one this morning on an empty stomach. my question is – does this mean i can no longer have my morning nettle tea now? i’m sure i read that nettle tea has anti fungal properties.

    how about coconut milk? i plan on making coconut bread soon and will probably eat some for breakfast but i’m sure i remember reading raster saying it has anti fungal properties aswell. or does it not matter if it’s in such low doses?

    cheers.

    I really like nettle tea but haven’t drunk any in a while. It is an acquired taste so I think you might not like it the first time you try it but persevere as it is good for you

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