Last Updated:   August 8, 2013

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TERMS & CONDITIONS

This Agreement is by and between Raspberry Ketone Fresh and/or its affiliates, subsidiaries, and related companies (collectively, the “Company”) and the user of the Company’s Sites, Products or Services ("you" or "Customer") and it sets forth the terms and conditions which apply to the use by you of the Sites, Products or Services (as defined below). The right to use the Sites, Products or Services offered by Company is personal to you and is not transferable to any other person or entity. Company reserves the right to make changes to the Company sites, policies, and these Terms at any time without notice.

NOTICE: FLORIDA AND UTAH RESIDENTS — PLEASE NOTE THAT IF YOU ARE A FLORIDA OR UTAH RESIDENT, YOU MAY NOT PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT.

Legal Disclaimer

Statements made by Company have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (the “FDA”). The FDA does not evaluate or test herbs. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease. Consult with your physician for diagnosis or treatment. Use herbs as per instructions and always watch for any allergic reactions.

The information presented on the Sites is not presented with the intention of diagnosing any disease or condition or prescribing any treatment. It is offered as information only, for use in the maintenance and promotion of good health in cooperation with a licensed medical practitioner.

In the event that any individual should use the information presented on this website without a licensed medical practitioner's approval, that individual is assuming the risk of analyzing medical advice, and acting upon such analysis, without consulting the opinion of a qualified medical professional.

No responsibility is assumed by the Company of any information that is used in place of a licensed medical practitioner's services. No guarantees of any kind are made for the performance or effectiveness of the Products mentioned on this website. Furthermore, this information is based solely on the traditional and historic use of a given herb, or on clinical trials that are generally not recognized by any US government agency or medical organization.

This information has not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration, nor has it gone through the rigorous studies required before a particular product can be deemed truly beneficial, potentially dangerous, or prescribed in the treatment of any condition or disease.

HERBAL SAFTEY GUIDELINES

Before using an herb you are unfamiliar with, find out its medicinal properties. Research it thoroughly and/or consult with an appropriately qualified practitioner or expert. If you are taking prescription drugs, or have a medical condition check with an appropriately qualified practitioner before using herbs medicinally. There is overwhelming evidence that herbs may be beneficial, however, just because a small amount works well does NOT mean that a larger amount is better or safe. As individuals, we all have different constitutions, sensitivities, allergic reactions and possible health conditions.

The following are merely guidelines. They include herbs offered on our websites. This list does not help with administering information on possible interactions and contraindications with prescription medicine. This needs to be discussed with your physician.

Should I check with my doctor or healthcare provider before using a supplement?

Yes- This is a great idea, especially for certain population groups. Dietary supplements may not be risk-free under certain circumstances. While vitamin and mineral supplements are widely used and generally considered safe, you may wish to check with your doctor or pharmacist before taking these or any other dietary supplements.

If you are pregnant, nursing a baby, or have a chronic medical condition, such as, diabetes, hypertension or heart disease, be sure to consult your doctor or pharmacist before purchasing or taking any supplement. If you plan to use a dietary supplement in place of drugs or in combination with any drug, tell your health care provider first. Many supplements contain active ingredients that have strong biological effects and their safety is not always assured in all users. If you have certain health conditions and take these products, you may be placing yourself at risk.

Some supplements may interact with prescription and over-the-counter medicines.

Taking a combination of supplements or using these products together with medications (whether prescription or OTC drugs) could produce adverse effects. Be alert to advisories about these products, whether taken alone or in combination. For example: Coumadin (a prescription medicine), ginkgo biloba (an herbal supplement), aspirin (an OTC drug) and vitamin E (a vitamin supplement) can each thin the blood, and taking any of these products together can increase the potential for internal bleeding.

Some supplements can have unwanted effects during surgery.

It is important to fully inform your doctor about the vitamins, minerals, herbals or any other supplements you are taking, especially before surgery. You may be asked to stop taking these products at least 2-3 weeks ahead of the procedure to avoid potentially dangerous supplement/drug interactions -- such as changes in heart rate, blood pressure and increased bleeding - that could adversely affect the outcome of your surgery and/or cause other complications.

In an effort to assist customers, below is a list of conditions and herbs that are known to cause certain complications. The list is not intended to be comprehensive or used in place of consultation with your doctor or other medical professional prior to use of any herbs.

The following herbs are subject to the following restrictions:

Not to be used during pregnancy, or if you are nursing:

Alkanet, Aloe, Angelica, Anise, Anise Star, Arnica, Ashwaganda, Barley Grass, Barberry, Basil, Bitter Melon, Black Cohosh, Bladderwrack, Blessed Thistle, Blood Root, Blue Cohosh, Blue Flag, Blue Vervain, Borage, Buckthorn, California Poppy, Cascara Sagrada, Catnip, Celandine, Celery, Chervil, Cinnamon, Club Moss, Comfrey, Coltsfoot, Cubeb, Dong Quai, Elecampane, Ephedra, False Unicorn, Fenugreek, Feverfew, Ginger, Golden Seal, Gravel, Guarana, Gymnema, Horehound, Horsetail, Hyssop, Juniper, Lemongrass, Licorice, Lobelia, Lovage, Lungwort, Mace, Motherwort, Mugwort, Muira Puama, Myrrh, Neem, Oregon Grape, Osha, Parsley, Pennyroyal, Pleurisy, Prickly Ash, Red Clover, Rhodiola, Rosemary, Rue, Sage, Sassafras, Sarsaparilla, Senna, Shepherds Purse, Spikenard, Turkey Rhubarb, Turmeric, Uva Ursi, Vitex, Watercress, White Sage, Wormwood, Yarrow

Not for persons with history of kidney stones, liver disorders, renal dysfunction or inflammation:

Cubeb, Essiac, Horsetail, Hydrangea, Juniper Berries, Kava Kava, Parsley Root, Pennyroyal, Sheep Sorrel, Shepherds Purse, Suma, Sumac, Uva Ursi, Yellowdock, Yohimbe

Not for persons currently taking blood thinning medications:

Alfalfa, Angelica, Cramp Bark, Cubeb, Dong Quai, Ginkgo, Meadowsweet, Red Clover, Sarsaparilla, Yohimbe

Not for persons with stomach inflammation/ulcers serious digestion and/or liver problems:

Black Haw, Blue Flag, Chaparral, Club Moss, Crampbark, Devils Claw, Eucalyptus, Elecampane, Essiac, Gentian, Ginger, Licorice, Lobelia, Parsley Root, Pleurisy, Pygeum, Solomans Seal, Tribulus, Turmeric, Yohimbe

Not for long-term use:

Bilberry Leaf, Black Walnut, Blessed thistle, Borage, Cascara Sagrada, Comfrey, Coltsfoot, Chaparral, Elecampane, Ephedra, Flax, Horsetail, Gentian, Goldenseal, Guarana, Juniper berries, Licorice, Lobelia, Lungwort, Mullein, Nettle Root, Rhubarb, Sage, Sassafras, Sarsaparilla, Senna, Sheep Sorrel, Wild Cherry, Wormwood, Uva Ursi, Yohimbe

Not to be used unless under the supervision of an expert qualified in the appropriate use of this substance:

Calamus, Horse Chestnut, Lobelia, Licorice, Mandrake, Poke, Tonka

Do not use if you have abdominal pain or diarrhea, discontinue if these occur. Consult health practitioner prior to use if pregnant, nursing, and taking medication or have a medical condition. Do not exceed recommended dose. Not for long term use:

Aloe, Buckthorn, Cascara Sagrada, Senna, Turkey Rhubarb, Yohimbe

May cause photo toxicity in some individuals at high dosage. Also, avoid long exposure to sun if using internally:

Angelica, Celery Seed, Orange Peel, Rue, St. Johns Wort

Seek advice from health practitioner prior to use if pregnant, nursing, have high blood pressure, heart or thyroid disease, diabetes, difficulty in urination due to prostate enlargement, or if taking mao inhibitor or other prescription drug. Reduce/discontinue use if nervousness, tremor, sleeplessness, loss of appetite or nausea occur. Do not exceed recommended dose. Keep out of reach of children:

Ephedra, st. Johns wort, yohimbe

Seek advice from a health practitioner before use if you have/may have had kidney or liver disease. Discontinue use if nausea, fever, fatigue or jaundice (dark urine, yellow discoloration of eyes) should occur:

Boldo, Chaparral

Statements made by Company have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. The FDA Does not evaluate or test herbs. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease. Consult with your physician for diagnosis or treatment. Use herbs as per instructions and always watch for any allergic reactions.