Money Back Guarantee + Guaranteed Support…
…until you are well again!
Based on our success rate of over 98%*, we have absolutely no reservations about backing Matula Tea with our unique Money Back Guarantee. And to show our total commitment to your good health, we have recently decided that simply backing the product we recommend, is not enough.
Most visitors don’t realize that we have an experienced Natural Health team, who have already helped thousands of people back to good digestive health, and who will now guarantee to offer support, care, and advice to you – for as long as you need it.
The recommended choice for all H. Pylori & Stomach ulcer sufferers
Your good health is our priority and our Natural Health team will stand by you for as long as it takes for you to fully regain your digestive health – that is their passion and their mission, and they are ready to help you with the care and understanding you need and deserve.
Terms and Conditions of our Guarantee
Our money-back guarantee covers you should the results of your HpSA (H. pylori Stool Antigen) test show a positive result, or if the results of your GI-MAP Stool test for Helicobacter Pylori are greater than 1.0e3 CFU/g, after taking just one 30 day course of Matula Tea as directed. The test needs to be taken at least 4 weeks after completing your treatment. The ideal window for testing is between 30 and 45 days after completion of treatment.
For the purposes of this guarantee, a negative result from an HpSA test, or a reading/count of 1000 (<1.0e3) CFU/g or less from a GI-MAP Stool test, means that you are no longer infected and that you will not require any further treatment for H. pylori.
If you still have the same symptoms during or after your treatment, then please click here for some important information about this.
In the unlikely event that you will need to claim against our money-back guarantee, we will require that you provide us with medical proof of infection of H. pylori, both before and after taking Matula Tea treatment, as outlined in the 3 easy steps below.
The money-back guarantee EXPIRES 6 MONTHS AFTER PURCHASE. This is due to the fact that it is possible to be reinfected either by a partner or family member who may be infected with h. pylori, or by other means.
– STEP 1 –
Before you start Treatment
Before you start your Matula Tea treatment, we advise that your doctor does a test to accurately determine your H. pylori status. A blood test will do if you have never been treated for H. pylori before. If you have been treated previously then you will need to get an HpSA test, or a GI-MAP Stool test, done.
– STEP 2 –
GI-MAP Stool test or HpSA test
Obviously, to find out whether your treatment has been successful or not, you will need to be retested. At this point, it is important to note that we only accept the results of an HpSA test or a GI-MAP Stool test. Please pay particular attention to the timing of the tests!
PRESCRIBED WAITING PERIOD FOR STOOL TESTS – For these tests to be accurate, you must wait for at least 4 weeks AFTER you have completed your 30-day course of Matula Tea treatment before you get tested for the presence of H. pylori bacterium again. This is essential as it takes this long to ensure that your bowel content is completely replaced after completing your Matula Tea treatment.
NOTE! The ideal window for testing is between 30 and 45 days after completion of treatment.
IMPORTANT NOTE for HpSA and GI-MAP Stool tests:
We cannot entertain any claim if you have been retested BEFORE the prescribed WAITING PERIOD has transpired.
Depending on your test results, we may offer to supply you with an additional 30-day follow-up Matula Tea treatment – this will be completely free of charge. This has proven to be over 99.5% effective in eradicating any residual Helicobacter Pylori bacteria which could still be present in your GI tract. In the unlikely event that either an HpSA test or a GI-MAP Stool test, show that the additional treatment did not eradicate the remaining Helicobacter Pylori infection, we will still refund you the cost of the original box of tea purchased, less shipping costs.
Eradication of Helicobacter Pylori infection is determined by
1. a negative result from an HpSA test, or…
2. a reading/count of 1000 (<1.0e3) CFU/g or less from a GI-MAP Stool test.
– STEP 3 –
Getting Retested for H. pylori
IMPORTANT NOTE: We only accept the results of an HpSA test, or a GI-MAP Stool test after you have completed your Matula Tea treatment. We cannot accept results from Blood Tests, Endoscopies, Stomach Biopsies, Urea Breath Tests, or any other test based on the presence of antibodies.
The reason for this is simple – the HpSA and GI-MAP Stool tests are the only tests that CONCLUSIVELY prove that the bacteria has actually been sucessfully treated. The HpSA test and the GI-MAP Stool test are the least invasive and deliver the most accurate and most decisive results about the current status of the presence/absence of H. pylori bacteria.
We will require a copy of your test results, which should be signed and dated by your practitioner or doctor.
– STEP 4 –
Claiming Your Refund
Having followed the 3 steps above, you may now proceed with claiming your refund. Simply click on the button below to continue.
- The terms and conditions of this guarantee do not apply to Order Cancellations and Returns.
- The Matula Tea guarantee expires 6 months after completion of your treatment. The reason for this is that it is possible for you to be re-infected by a spouse, partner or family member who may also be infected.
- This guarantee applies to Matula Tea and the treatment of H. pylori infections only, and not to any other products, or any other health issues.
- This guarantee only applies if the product has been bought directly through us, and not via any third party reseller.
- Anyone who purchases two or more boxes of tea to drink consecutively, and who doesn’t take either a GI-MAP or HPSA test within the recommended time after the first box of tea has been completed, will invalidate their guarantee if they wait until after completing the second box of tea before getting tested.