ONLINE HERBALIST

Disclaimer


DisclaimerPlease read this disclaimer carefully, do not proceed unless read and agreed.

I am not a Doctor, and thus am not able to diagnose what is wrong with you. Your first port of call to find out what is wrong with you is your Doctor. He or she has the facilities, skills and knowledge to provide the care you need in an emergency, and to treat acute injuries and illnesses. If the reason you contact me or visit the website is to find an answer to an acute illness… log off immediately and call your Doctor.

All the information on this website is here to educate and inform, not to prescribe any actions or substances. What you do with the information on this website is not within my sphere of control, it’s in yours, and I will not be held responsible for your actions. The onus of using the information on this website responsibly is totally on you.

Any comments made by visitors to the website, content on external websites I link to, and anything else I do not have direct control over, I will not be held responsible for. I will make every effort to ensure that content is from reputable sources but what you do with this content, interpret the content, or action upon the content is out of my control and I will not be held responsible for the outcomes of those actions.

If you want to use herbs instead of medically prescribed medications, please do not get off any medication your physician has prescribed without his or her guidance.

Thank you

Jorge Tendeiro

7 Responses to “Disclaimer”

  1. Ashley

    I have an interest in herbs and each morning I mix in a mug and consume 1/4 teaspoon coriander, 1/4 teaspoon oregano, 1/2 teaspoon tumeric, 1/4 teaspoon cloves, 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper and a heaped teaspoon of honey stir well and eat from mug

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