Your use of any portion of the Web site of Herbresearch Germany, Dr. Mathias Schmidt ("Herbresearch"), is subject to the following terms and conditions. Using the Web site implies your consent to these conditions. Herbresearch reserves the right to change these terms and conditions, or the content of any portion of our Web site at any time without notice. Your continued access to our Web site will be subject to the terms and conditions in effect at the time you access our Web site.

Limitation of liability

Herbresearch disclaims liability for any damage of whatever kind or nature in connection with any use of the Web site of Herbresearch and the information contained therein. Herbresearch also disclaims liability for the lack of technical availability of the Web site or the data contained therein at any time.

Links to foreign Web sites

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Copyright and trademark information

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Invalid Clauses

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