Ki

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Vegetarian? Yes
Gluten free? Yes
Does it contain Lactose? No
Tested on animals? No
Dairy free? Yes
Artificial sweeteners? No
Does it contain alcohol? No

Ki Immune Defence & Energy Formula – FAQs

Q.Is Ki safe to take during pregnancy and breastfeeding?

A. It is not recommended during pregnancy/breastfeeding. It is best seek advice from your healthcare professional when pregnant.

Q. Is Ki recommended for children?

A. Ki is not recommended for children under 12 years of age as the dose per tablet is designed for adults and older children.

Q. Does Ki interact with any medications?

A. Although there are no known drug interactions with the herbs in Ki Immune Defence & Energy Formula, if you are taking prescription medications simply advise your prescribing practitioner you have commenced a natural medicine.

Q. Is Ki Immune Defence & Energy formula suitable when I have a cold or flu?

A. Astragalus, a herb in Ki Immune Defence & Energy Formula, is a warming herb thus care needs to be taken when a fever is present. Alternatively Ki Cold & Flu Attack Formula does not contain Astragalus and thus is recommended when you have a cold or flu. Ki Immune Defence & Energy Formula is recommended to help strengthen the immune system and reduce fatigue and can be taken ongoing.

Q. Can I take Ki Immune Defence & Energy Formula long term?

A. Yes, many people choose to take Ki long term for its energy tonic, cardiovascular tonic, and antioxidant properties.

Ki Cold & Flu – FAQ’s

Q. Is Ki Cold & Flu Attack safe to take during pregnancy and breastfeeding?

A. It is not recommended during pregnancy/breastfeeding. It is best seek advice from your healthcare professional when pregnant.

Q. Is Ki Cold & Flu Attack recommended for children?

A. Ki is not recommended for children under 12 years of age as the dose per tablet is designed for adults and older children.

Q. Does Ki Cold & Flu Attack interact with any medications?

A. Although there are no known drug interactions with the herbs in Ki Immune Defence & Vitality Formula, if you are taking prescription medications simply advise your prescribing practitioner you have commenced a natural medicine.

Q. What dosage of Ki Cold & Flu Attack should I take?

A. Adults – 2 tablets per day. For best results in an acute medication of this type, it is best to take one tablet in the morning and one tablet at night. The sooner you commence the therapy the better the results – hence you should start taking Ki Cold & Flu at first sign of cold and flu or respiratory infection.

This medication is designed to be taken until the cold and flu symptoms subside –generally this will be 5-10 days. Most people feel relief within the first few days of taking Ki Cold & Flu, but it is best to continue therapy until nasal congestion is cleared and the immune system has completed its job.

Ki Cold & Flu Attack is best taken away from meals (but not essential) with warm water or juice (easier to digest) and on an empty stomach. Any concentrated herbs consumed on a weak or empty stomach can cause a slight uncomfortable feeling in certain individuals. In this case, simply take directly after meals or the lower dosage.

Q. How long will it take for Ki Cold & Flu Attack to help?

A. Generally relief of symptoms will occur within the first few days of commencing Ki Cold & Flu. Congestion should start to ease and fever to subside with continued powerful relief within a few days. The speed of response will depend on the severity of the infection and the general health of the individual.

Q. Over what length of time can I take Ki Cold and Flu Attack?

A. Two tablets a day should be taken while cold and flu symptoms are present. For most people this will be 5-10 days but can vary depending on the severity of the infection and the initial health of the individual. Ki Cold & Flu is not designed to be taken long term. Once symptoms have eased it is better to switch to Ki Immune Defence and Energy formula for ongoing immune support and to rebuild reserves and general wellbeing. This formula is designed to be taken long term.