Stay safe with Holistic2go
The information and advice in the Holistic2go.com website should not be taken as a substitute for medical advice or treatment, especially if you know you have a specific health complaint, or have symptoms that have not yet been investigated and diagnosed.
Our advice is that you find a GP who is sympathetic to the usefulness of natural medicine, and ensure that you have a thorough and accurate diagnosis before you make your informed choice of treatment options.
What we are allowed to say about products on this site
Supplements on this site are classed as food supplements, NOT as medicine. There are strict guidelines that must be adhered to when describing the beneficial effects of food supplements. It is not allowable to suggest that a food supplement can treat, cure or alleviate any health condition.
We are therefore only able to advise you of symptoms of any health condition with regard to which the product may be beneficial.
Whilst we try to give you the fullest information possible, no matter how much research may or may not have been undertaken, in many cases we are only permitted to say that the product “may” have “beneficial” effects on symptoms of health conditions or on specific parts of the body (but not the health condition itself).
You will therefore see the expressions “may” and “beneficial” used consistently in the information on this site, and you should assume that products are without approved therapeutic indications unless otherwise specified.