Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions

By creating an account, and/or buying from us, you must have read and agreed with all of the following:

Age Restriction Policy:

You must be over 18,bellow 60 .

Returns/ Refund Policy:

If you are not happy with your purchase, refund is supportable:

1) You can return any unopened product(s) in its original form and packing within 30 days of your initial date of purchase for a part or full refund (minus postage costs) once we get the returns.

2) Postage costs are not refundable. All items must be returned via recorded mail and the buyer must email us with the tracking code. No refund can be issued on returned items going missing in the post without any recorded proof of delivery.

3) All returns and exchanges must be pre-approved by either emailing or calling Customer Service

4) The buyer is responsible for postage costs incurred posting products back to us.

Items not delivered:

We will email you a tracking number after we have posted your order. It is then your responsibility to make sure that you communicate with your local Post Office to arrange a delivery if you are not at home when they attempt to deliver. If you do not, then your order will be returned to us, and we will have to charge you a handling fee plus the postage cost to send your order out again after we get them back.

Dietary/ Health Supplement Guidelines Policy:

To purchase from this website you must have read and made yourself aware of dietary/health supplement guidelines which can be viewed below.

Please note that this information is not intended to be used as an alternative for seeking professional medical advice from your general practitioner and is for informational and guideline purposes only.

Dietary Supplement Guidelines

The following information is for information and guideline purposes only - it is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice from your general practitioner and you should always consult with them before starting any dietary/ health supplement.

Before starting a dietary/ health supplement that you have never tried before, you should always research its ingredients and properties. Research it thoroughly and consult with your general practitioner.

If you are already taking prescription drugs for an illness, or have any known medical condition you must check with your general practitioner before commencing on any dietary/ health supplement regime.

Dietary supplements have shown overwhelming evidence that they work. Always read the labels and instructions of newly purchased dietary/ health supplements carefully so you know when and how much exactly to take of the product in question. Just because a small amount works well does not mean that more is better. Never exceed the stated recommended dosage of the product in question.

As individuals we all have different constitutions, sensitivities, allergic reactions and possible health conditions and thus always be aware of possible interactions and contraindications with prescription medicine your are already taking. This emphasizes the need to discuss any dietary/health supplement with your general practitioner before you start taking it.

Always discontinue any dietary/ health supplement and get advice from your general practitioner if you experience any negative side effects.

In general people in the following categories should avoid taking any dietary supplement:

(1) Those persons who are pregnant, breast feeding

(2) Those persons suffering from: high blood pressure, heart disease, thyroid disease, glaucoma, diabetes, difficulty in urinating due to prostate enlargement,

(3) Those persons taking a prescription monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) (certain drugs for depression, psychiatric or emotional conditions, or Parkinson's disease), or for two weeks after stopping the MAOI drug. If you are uncertain whether your prescription drug contains an MAOI, consult your general practitioner before taking the product in question.

(4) Those persons with a history of kidney stones, liver or renal disorders.

(5) Those persons currently taking, or have previously taken, blood thinning agents.

(6) Those persons who suffer from abdominal pain, gastro-intestinal disorders

(7) Those persons who are to undergo elective surgery.

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