Please review the following Frequently Asked Questions. If your question is not answered below, please contact us.

Are your remedies safe for children?

Uriel Home Remedies may be administered to children as appropriate using lower dosages. For example, where 10 pellets or drops are recommended, use 5 pellets or drops for children up to age 12. For infants, add drops or dissolve pellets in a little warm (not hot) fennel tea or water. When needed, place drops in the children's mouth using a dropper top. Consult your health practitioner before administering herbal remedies to infants and children. Use products only as directed.

Are your remedies safe for pregnant or nursing women?

Uriel recommends that pregnant or nursing women consult a health practitioner.

Can I refill a prescription online?

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Do you ship outside the United States?

At this time, Uriel is unable to provide online shopping for international customers.

How can I learn more about your remedies?

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What are your shipping/return rates?

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What is anthroposophical medicine?

Anthroposophical medicine extends traditional allopathic medicine with a comprehensive view of the human being provided by spiritual science. According to founder Rudolf Steiner, Anthroposophy "seeks to unite the spiritual element in the human being with the spiritual element in the universe." Anthroposophic medicine is related to but different than natural medicine (naturopathy) and herbal medicine (phytotherapy). Anthroposophic medicine uses natural substances in remedies, including herbs. From homeopathy, anthroposophic medicine adopted, but greatly modified, methods of potentization, as well as the notation used for potencies.

What should I take for ______?

Uriel recommends that you consult your health care practitioner regarding your condition and choice of herbal remedies to best meet your individual health needs. Uriel can not diagnose or treat individuals.

Who was Rudolf Steiner?

Rudolf Steiner was an original thinker who contributed to art, science, social science, education, medicine, agriculture, religion and more. He was born in Austria in 1861 and died in 1925. For more information, see http://www.rudolfsteinerweb.com.

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