Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Why use herbal medicines?

  • The practice of using herbal supplements dates back thousands of years. The use of herbal supplements is common all over the world.
  • A herb is a plant used for its scent, flavor, or therapeutic properties. A product made from plants and used solely for internal use is called a herbal supplement. Herbal medicines are one type of dietary supplement. They are sold as tablets, capsules, powders, teas and extracts, or as fresh or dried plants. 
  • People use herbal medicines to try to maintain or improve their health, to get relief from symptoms, boost energy, relax, or lose weight.
  • Herbal medicines contain active ingredients. Some pharmaceutical medications are based on a single active ingredient derived from a plant source. Practitioners of herbal medicine believe that an active ingredient can lose its impact or become less safe if used in isolation from the rest of the plant. For instance, salicylic acid is found in the plant meadowsweet and is used to make aspirin. Aspirin can cause the lining of the stomach to bleed, but meadowsweet naturally contains other compounds that prevent irritation from salicylic acid. 
  • According to herbal medicine practitioners, the effect of the whole plant is greater than its parts. 

How do I take the remedy?

  • Mix the dose with a quarter or half glass of water. They can be taken with or without meals. If you are taking more than one remedy, they can be mixed in the same glass. Water assists the body to absorb the plant chemicals.

Are there any side effects to any of the remedies?

  • All the plants we use in our remedies have been used for ages – most have been recognised by scientific institutions and are considered safe. Plants have many medicinal (chemical) properties. All the remedies have been standardised and tested for safe levels. Very seldomly, depending on your health and levels of toxicity, these plant chemicals may cause an adverse reaction. If you experience any side effect, give the remedy a break for a day or two until you feel better. Also, you can try taking it after a meal. It is important to drink more water throughout the day. Water is crucial to assist the body to get rid of the toxins.

Is it safe for children?

  • It is safe for children, but the dose will change depending on the age. Children 3 to 6 years old – 1mℓ; 6 to 12 years old – 2mℓ; 12 years and older – 5mℓ.

Is it safe to take when pregnant?

  • Not recommended to take whilst pregnant or breastfeeding.

Is it safe to take with other medicine?

  • Yes. Although, it is recommended to separate taking them by an hour or a meal.

Is it safe to take for vegans?

  • Yes. All ingredients are plant-based. 

Are there any chemicals or preservatives?

  • Our products are preservative-free. There are no added chemicals. The plants are cultivated in their natural setting and no pesticides or herbicides are used.  

Do I need to see a doctor before taking these remedies?

  • No. A prescription is not needed for these herbal remedies. If you feel it necessary or you are taking other chronic medications, you may want to check with your doctor prior to use.


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