Q: Where are your products manufactured?
All our products are manufactured here in Australia.
Q: Will your products interact with my prescription medication?
We always suggest consulting a GP or specialist regarding possible interactions with prescription medications.
Q: I don’t have want to order online, do you have other options?
We are more than happy to manually process an order for you over the phone. We accept VISA , MASTERCARD, cheque or bank transfer.
Q: Are your products certified organic?
Where possible our products are certified organic or produced from organic ingredients.
Q: Are your products listed with the TGA?
When required our products are listed with the TGA. All ARTGL numbers are visible on the labels of our listed products.
Q: Are your products vegan friendly? Contain soy, gluten, nuts, or lactose?
Yes, our products are vegan friendly and they do not contain soy, gluten, or lactose however our products are manufactured in a facility that does process these ingredients. Our Chai and Smoothie blends contain nutmeg.
Q: What is the difference between Organic and Non-Organic?
Organic farming relies on natural manures such as compost and biological pest control methods rather than spraying harmful chemicals, pesticides, or herbicides. Methods such as crop rotation, salinity control of soil, predatory beneficial insects, turning soil after crops etc., to make sure crops are weed free but without pesticides. Similarly, the manure used on organic farms is also natural, using green manure or compost to make the crop healthy.
Q: What is the difference between Turmeric and Curcumin?
The main difference is that Turmeric the wholefood and Curcumin is a single extract found within the Turmeric root. Click here to read an article about the difference between Turmeric and Curcumin.
Q: What is the difference between Hemp and Marijuana or Cannabis?
Although they are part of the same plant family, Hemp contains little to no THC (delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol), the cannabinoid associated with the psychoactive properties of marijuana. Click here to read an article about Hemp.
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