I Have Questions!
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Is Kiko completely safe?
The ingredients in Kiko have been verified by hundreds of years of research and, in some cases, over 2000 years of use. They are considered very safe, with minimal known side effects.
However, as with any supplement, if you experience any digestive upset or other unwelcome symptoms, please discontinue use immediately. If they continue, please contact your doctor or other healthcare professional.
Is there anyone who shouldn’t take Kiko?
Do not take Kiko if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Please always check with your doctor before taking Kiko, and make sure the ingredients are safe to take in conjunction with any other medicines you may currently be taking.
This is not a complete list of all interactions that may occur—always ask your healthcare provider if any herbs may interact with other medicines that you take.
What is the recommended amount to take?
We recommend two capsules daily, taken at the same time every day, with or without food depending on your body.
Does Kiko make synthetic contraception ineffective?
No. Kiko has no effect on the effectiveness of any contraception. This includes IUD’s. So it’s safe to take Kiko while still using these forms of contraception.
Is it safe to take Kiko if I’m also on thyroid medication or antidepressants?
Yes, but please chat to your doctor first to confirm the correct dosage.
How long before I feel any effect?
Every woman responds differently, but people generally start to feel more energised within as soon as a few days. We recommend taking Kiko for two cycles before expecting to see and feel the full spectrum of benefits. Individual results may vary, and changes are dependent on your personal level of well-being and whether or not you have existing conditions.
Where is Kiko made?
Kiko is a proudly South African product, developed in conjunction with South African medical specialists and specifically formulated for the needs of South African women.