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When Does My Order Ship?
Same day or next business day by 5pm Pacific Time (Closed Sundays) Tracking numbers are emailed over minutes after package is completed. Packages are dropped off at the post office or UPS store by 5:30pm Pacific.
Is The Daily Dose A Physical Store?
Yes, The Daily Dose is a physical store you can walk into. I’ve been at the same address for 10+ years now. Checkout my Google Maps listing for store hours, photos, reviews and more.
How Do I Pay For My Order?
There’s a number of different payment options you can explore. I’d encourage you to go through checkout one option at a time or visit the page “checkout & payments” located at the bottom of the site menu that’s where all those options are listed.
Find the one your familiar with the most and follow the instructions carefully. I will email you when your order and payment arrive.
I Can’t Find My Tracking Number What Should I Do?
Please search your inbox, spam box or junk folder search “order completion The Daily Dose” if you don’t see it email me, I’ll forward it manually.
My Order Is Late For Delivery What Do I Do?
Be patient, there have been so many delays in updates on tracking to the very delivery of parcels nationwide. If it’s late don’t worry it’ll arrive soon.
How Can I Contact If I Need Help?
Please visit the “contact me” page there you’ll find the store phone number and the store’s email. For the fastest responses email is best.
If you prefer to call be sure you call during business hours, if the line is busy try again, if there is no answer during business hours I maybe with a customer in store so try again few mins later.
Calls are screened as there have been a high volume of bot callers and I’m sick of it : ( so I screen every call, if your caller ID doesn’t show anything like a name I may not answer at which point send me an email and I can call you back immediately.
What is considered an herbal supplement?
herbal supplements are products made from plants or plant extracts that are used to supplement a person’s diet and provide potential health benefits. These supplements are often taken in the form of capsules, tablets, powders, teas, or other formulations.
Botanical supplements have been used for centuries in various cultures as traditional remedies and alternative treatments for various health conditions.
What are the most commonly used herbal supplements?
Several herbal supplements are commonly used by people for various health purposes. The popularity of these supplements can vary by region, cultural practices, and health trends. Here are some of the most commonly used botanical supplements:
Are herbal supplements the same as vitamins?
No, herbal supplements are not the same as vitamins. While both supplements and vitamins are often taken to support health and well-being, they come from different sources and serve different purposes. Herbal supplements are products made from plants or plant extracts.
They contain various compounds found naturally in plants, such as phytochemicals, antioxidants, and other bioactive substances. Botanical supplements are often used for their potential health benefits, which can range from immune support to digestive aid to stress management.
Examples of herbal supplements include ginkgo biloba, echinacea, and turmeric. Vitamins are organic compounds that are essential for the proper functioning of the body. They are micronutrients that the body requires in small amounts to carry out various physiological processes.
Vitamins play vital roles in metabolism, immune function, growth, and other functions. Vitamins can be obtained from a variety of sources, including food, dietary supplements, and fortified products. Common vitamins include vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, and the B vitamins (such as B12 and folate).
Who should avoid herbal supplements?
While herbal supplements can offer potential health benefits for some individuals, there are certain groups of people who should exercise caution or avoid using botanical supplements altogether. It’s important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement regimen, especially if you fall into any of the following categories:
Pregnant or Breastfeeding Individuals: Many herbal supplements have not been thoroughly studied for their safety during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Some herbs can potentially affect hormone levels or have adverse effects on the developing fetus or infant.
Children: Children’s bodies are still developing, and the safety and appropriate dosages of many botanical supplements have not been well established for them.
Individuals Taking Medications: Common herbal supplements can interact with prescription and over-the-counter medications, potentially affecting their efficacy or causing adverse effects. It’s crucial to inform your healthcare provider about all the supplements you’re taking to avoid potential interactions.
People with Allergies: Some herbal supplements can trigger allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. If you have known allergies to specific plants or botanicals, you should be cautious when considering herbal dietary supplements derived from those sources.