Terms and Conditions
*We have the right to refuse any order, at any time and for any reason!
*We Strongly advise that all products be administered by licensed healthcare practitioners that are medical professionals who can administer the treatment for you!
*We do not offer ANY medical advice, on this Site or otherwise. Any advice we do offer on the Site must be verified by a health care professional.
*You agree not to use any Product until you have taken reasonable precautions that it will not cause you harm. We are not responsible for any liability for your self-administering any treatment.
*By using our website and ordering a product from us, you accept that you have read and understood and agree to comply with these terms and conditions, which include our Store Policies.
*If you disagree with any part of these terms and conditions, please do not use our website or order from us.
BY USING OUR WEBSITE YOU AFFIRM THAT:
- *You are over the age of 18 years.
- *You agree with our terms and conditions
- *You agree with our shipping and return policy
- *You will have only one Account with us.
- *You will not pretend to be someone else when you use the Site.
- *You will not use our trademarks and/or designs and/or layout without express written permission.
*Refrain from obscene or vulgar language.
*Nothing you submit can be unlawful or otherwise objectionable.
*You must not impersonate anyone else.
*You must not publish material, which may be abusive, threatening, harassing, defamatory or racist, ageist or sexist. *Cyberstalking and Harassment / Florida Statute §784.048 makes cyberstalking illegal. It involves: · Engaging in harassing communication · The use of images, words or some other type of language · The use of electronic communication such as email, texts or social media as threats, scam, fraud or asking for money · Communication directed at a specific person · Communication that serves no legitimate purpose other than to cause emotional distress to the targeted person. Cyberstalking Penalties: · Cyberstalking can be charged as a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the severity of the crime. As a first-degree misdemeanor, a person can face up to one year in jail and a $1,000 fine. Those convicted of aggravated cyberstalking could face third-degree felony charges. The punishment includes a fine of up to $5,000 as well as five years in prison. We will report those actions to the FBI - Internet Crime Center and take all necessary legal actions.
*We have the right to change the Site and the services it offers, suspend it or stop it at any time, without compensating you. We may change the Site as often as we choose and these Terms will still apply to any changes we make.