Q1. What is the dietary supplement? What is the difference between dietary supplements and medicine?
  Dietary supplements are intended to provide nutrients lacking in everyday life, components hard to continuously take in from ordinary meals.

Q2. Best time to take supplements?
  Whenever you like. We don't specify the time to take this product, but taking after meals is recommended.

Q3. Is it OK to take more than the recommended intake per day?
  Basically it will be no problem even if you take more than the recommended amount, but some nutritious components may accumulate in the body. Taking the recommended amount or less might be on the safe side.

Q4. The more supplements, the better health ?
  Taking supplements is a way to provide additional nutrients lacking in your diet or when certain health conditions cause you to develop some problems due to their insufficiency or deficiency. Better health condition may not be expected immediately after taking more of them.

Q5. Is it OK for children?
  Nutrition from meals is preferred for children younger than 4 years old. For children 5 years and over, a half of the adult recommended intake is advised.

Q6. Is it OK to take several kinds of supplements together?
  Generally, it’s no problem. In case the same components are in several supplements you take, you should choose among them to your purpose or adjust their amount to take.

Q7. Is it safe to take supplements during pregnancy or breast-feeding?
  Supplements are considered as food and they should cause no problem, but the body is getting more sensitive and delicate while being pregnant or breast-feeding. Please consult your doctor before taking them.

Q8. Is it safe to take supplements and medicines at the same time?
  Supplements are basically food and they are not supposed to cause any problem, but each case is different in health conditions and medication. If you are taking any medicine, we advise you to consult your doctor about supplements.

Q9. Supplements may have any side effects?
  Basically, they do not if you take as much as or less than the recommended dosage per day.
But, people with food allergies have to be careful because some of them may cause allergy symptoms.

Q10. Is it possible that supplements contain allergens?
  Specified 25 ingredients containing allergens are indicated in the product information.
Specified ingredients recently designated include 25 items:
shrimp/prawns, crab, wheat, buckwheat, eggs, milk, peanuts, abalone, squid, salmon roe, oranges, kiwifruit, beef, walnuts, salmon, mackerel, soybeans, chicken, bananas, pork, matsutake mushrooms, peaches, yams, apples, and gelatin.