Proton pump inhibitors interact with beta-carotene, vitamin B12, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, iron.
NSAIDs interact with vitamin C, iron.
Anti-hypertensives interact with thiamin, calcium, potassium, zinc.
Hypercholesterolemics interact with beta carotene, vitamin D, vitamin E.
Oral hypoglycaemics interact with vitamin B12, vitamin D, calcium.
Corticosteroids interact with vitamin D, calcium.
Bronchodilators interact with vitamin D, calcium.
SSRI anti-depressants interact with vitamin D, calcium.
Oral contraceptives interact with vitamin B6, vitamin B12, folate, magnesium.
Drug dealers won’t tell you this information as majority of the time they don’t know themselves.
Also remember the micronutrients in your food will interact with medication in many ways and again drug dealers do not study the drugs they prescribe you and they definitely will not study foods.