About Navajo Restore My Hearing System

The Navajo Restore My Hearing System is claimed to be a long-forgotten Navajo medicine man remedy that can restore crystal clear hearing in as little as 14 days, simply by using it once daily. Regardless of the type of hearing loss you have or what caused it to occur, the Navajo Restore My Hearing System is claimed to be a breakthrough tonic composed of natural, simple, low-cost ingredients that have been used for centuries and can completely and permanently restore your hearing in as little as 2 weeks. Today, the Navajo Restore My Hearing System is claimed to have helped 33,477 people from around the world reverse their hearing loss.

When you’re losing your hearing, you may not feel as involved with your loved ones as much as you once were, which can be devastating. But, even though the Navajo Restore My Hearing website might seem legitimate, can you really expect it to work?

We’ll get to that in a moment, but first let’s find out about the System’s back story so we can better address their claims.

What’s the Story Behind the Navajo Restore My Hearing System?

The Navajo Restore My Hearing System is claimed to have been compiled by Ben Carter, a retired aerospace engineer, who realized the need for better hearing after his wife’s hearing loss almost caused her to get hit by a car when crossing the street. However, because his wife didn’t like hearing aids, she just had to deal with her hearing loss until Ben found a recipe in his basement, which was written by his great grandmother who was ½ Navajo.

After discovering this recipe, Ben claims to have studied and researched the chemicals contained in its ingredients, and uncovered medical evidence (including studies conducted on the Israeli military) showing that they really could help reverse hearing loss by strengthening the hair cells within your ears, which are responsible for picking up vibration and sending this information to the brain, which translates these vibrations into sounds. In the past, once these types of cells were damaged or died, they remained that way. But after Ben’s wife had success with the remedy, he gave it to his mother with similar results and was convinced it was worth sharing.

However, Ben claims that although it’s been used for centuries, this information has been suppressed by the medical device industry so that they could continue raking in the money.

The Navajo Restore My Hearing System: Discerning Fact From Fiction

If you watch the Navajo Restore My Hearing System’s video and start doing some basic research, you’ll quickly find that:

  • Hair cells are real,
  • Their health is directly responsible for how well you hear, and
  • Once damaged or destroyed they cannot be repaired or replaced.

Because of this, you might be inclined to believe all of the other claims made on the System’s website. But is this the case?

First, there has been only one study, completed in Japan in 2013, that successfully regenerated damaged hair cells, and that made a significant impact on the hearing of the mice involved. In this study, the scientists used the supporting cells that hair cells are always found next to improve their function, which resulted in as much as a 20% increase in hearing. However, except for saying “pharmacological inhibition of Notch signaling” was involved using “γ-secretase inhibitor,” the specific drug administered to accomplish these results isn’t mentioned.

However, we were unable to locate an Israeli military study online showing the successful regeneration of hair cells.

What Ingredients Are Contained in the Navajo Restore My Hearing System?

Not only do we not know the ingredients contained in the drug used in the Japanese study, we’re also not told which ingredients the Navajo Restore My Hearing System contains, or how these can help regenerate your hair cells. As such, there’s no way to confirm if there’s scientific evidence back up these claims.

Does the Navajo Restore My Hearing System’s Back Story Make Sense?

Based on our extensive experience reviewing Clickbank-type products such as the Navajo Restore My Hearing System, Perfect Vision System, Restore My Vision Today, and many others, it’s common for them to claim that they’re providing “long-forgotten secrets” that have been available for centuries, but have “been suppressed” by one greedy industry or another. But the reality is that no proof is provided to back up these assertions.

Another theme behind these types of products is claiming that they’re releasing this information so that they can help as many people as possible. However, if you’re looking to spread information as wide and as far as possible, wouldn’t it be much better to give it away from free instead of selling it through Clickbank? It just doesn’t add up.

Navajo Restore My Hearing System’s Affiliate Connection

Finally, keep in mind that if you’re searching around for Navajo Restore My Hearing System customer reviews, the product is sold through affiliates, so many of these sites are intended to look like legitimate reviews when they’re actually just more advertising propaganda.

Navajo Restore My Hearing System Pricing & Refund Policy

The Navajo Restore My Hearing System is priced at $37, and is available for instant download.

Like all Clickbank products, the Navajo Restore My Hearing System comes with a 60-day refund policy, which you can initiate by contacting Clickbank directly at 800-390-6035.

Can the Navajo Restore My Hearing System Help Make You Feel Included Again?

Chopping to the Point: Considering the fact that we’re not informed which ingredients are included in the Navajo Restore My Hearing System’s “tonic;” the lack of clinical evidence showing that hair cells can be improved using anything other than a γ-secretase inhibitor; and that the product’s back story simply doesn’t add up, we’d recommend speaking with a specialist about more effective methods of improving your hearing loss.

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14 Customer Reviews for Navajo Restore My Hearing System

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  • 21 out 24 people found this review helpful

    Step Right Up Ladies And Gentlemen

    How many people remember the old western TV shows where an old beaten up covered wagon rolled into a little town and out steps the snake oil salesman with the cure of the century in a bottle.

    All you have to do is drink it up and you will feel great. Are you tired, rundown, listless, can't sleep, hard of hearing, bad eyes? Well we have the cure for you. Just $2.00 per bottle. Guess what, here we have the modern day media snake oil salesman asking you ladies and gentlemen to step right up. It turns out that the old west snake oil salesman was selling all of the ladies and silly gentlemen grade C whiskey wrapped up in a little medicine bottle which sure enough made them feel so much better. SCAM.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 23 out 23 people found this review helpful

    Bad Connections

    • Baltimore, MD,
    • Oct 22, 2015

    I paid for the material that was to be delivered by the internet. However, I never received it. So I emailed the connection at support@2020system. A day later I still have not received an answer or the books. This appears to be a fraudulent company to me. I am now canceling my payment through my credit card and having them investigate the company.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 26 out 27 people found this review helpful

    Nothing revealed. Total hoax

    • Carlsbad, NM,
    • Jul 25, 2015

    This book is a total waste of money. No ingredients ever given.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 25 out 27 people found this review helpful

    Never received the product!

    • San Luis Obispo, CA,
    • Jul 21, 2015

    I ordered, and never received the product, nor the five extra books. I tried to get my money back, but that did not happen either. Do not buy, it is a scam.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 29 out 29 people found this review helpful

    Agree with Mislead

    • Honolulu, HI,
    • Jul 16, 2015

    Jaci's review titled "Feel Mislead" exactly describes my experience. And the 60 day guarantee? No where to apply to contact for the refund. One instruction was to send an e-mail to Ben Carter, that is not given anywhere. Probably have to hire a PI to get that.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 356 out 369 people found this review helpful

    I feel misled

    • Jul 10, 2015

    I just bought this digital download and I'm very disappointed. When you listen to the audio of Ben Carter he says that he gets all the ingredients and has to make up the concoction every few days for his wife and mom. But in the PDF book, there is no recipe listed. Not how he made it, where he got the stuff, how it's used, nothing. It makes it sound like I have to search for a Navajo medicine man to get whatever it is, made for me and that I can't do it myself. He talks a lot about hearing, how to protect it, how the ear works. But I was misled in his audio presentation in that I thought he was actually going to give details on how to make the remedy like he did and gave to his wife and mother.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Jan 8, 2015

      Dan

      If you say the book doesn't give the ingredients then where is he getting all these people saying it helped them? He can get sued and jailed? Hmm, maybe your one of the people he talks about that is trying to dismiss his claims. Hmm, what to do?

    • Jan 19, 2015

      Jim

      I didn't buy the book nor the download, so don't know anything about the contents of the supposed cure. However, it makes me think that the primary point is to sell you the book and concept and somehow sell you a product via mail order. Am I missing something? How does one test the product if you don't have access to the right quantities, etc.

    • Jan 23, 2015

      Erna

      Thank you for your Feedback. I was wondering if I get the Book. No I will not. I just saved myself $48.

    • Jan 25, 2015

      Deana

      I almost bought the book for my sister who has severe hearing loss. But it appears to be a scam when there is no real information on what the cure is unless you buy the book. And who knows what's in the book aside from the story about the Navajo Indian tribe.

    • Jan 29, 2015

      Pete

      Don't buy the book, it's a scam. Look at the ingredients of any natural medicine or proposed cure for any ailment and one will learn the ingredients are like the so called snake oil that was sold by salesmen during the later part of the 19th century and the early 20th century. None of them worked, but people thought they worked because people believed and wanted them to work. This is called the power of positive thinking. The power of positive thinking is what cured them, not any medicine people took.

    • Feb 2, 2015

      Aaron

      Jack, did you get your money back?

    • Feb 8, 2015

      COL JOE

      The presentation has a few flaws. Ben Carter mentions that the recipe from his mother was translated from the Navajo language. Well, isn't that interesting since the Navajo language is not a written language. It is only a spoken language.

      Then Ben Carter says he doesn't have a need for money since he has all he will even need. If that is so why then doesn't he offer the recipe for free. His presentation makes him out to be a benevolent person who wants to do good for others. So then why is he charging $37? Why not $1? And why does it have to be a book when it he tells us it is merely a recipe made from easily obtained ingredients. Why can the ingredients be listed with the instructions on how to make the remedy?

      It so happens that I am retired from working at the US Army Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland. One of the research organizations there was and might still be the Human Engineering Laboratory. The Veterans Administration pays out millions in benefits each year to former military members who lost their hearing while in the service. Extensive research was being conducted in HEL to determine reasons for hearing loss and ways to stop this condition or perhaps reverse it.

      Lets be realistic, if this or any other product would restore lost hearing the US Government would be on it like a bear on honey.

      Ben carter ad his presentation is a total fraud!

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  • 21 out 22 people found this review helpful

    Sucks

    • Parker, AZ,
    • Jun 22, 2015

    This is a scam. I don't recommend this to anyone. Had to cancel my card because of it.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 18 out 20 people found this review helpful

    Navajo hearing loss remedy

    • Greenville, SC,
    • Jun 14, 2015

    Have not received an email of confirmation but my card has been charged the $37.00. Would like a refund. What a joke.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 27 out 30 people found this review helpful

    What book

    • Conner, Montana,
    • Apr 14, 2015

    I ordered the Navajo hearing book over 3 weeks ago and have not heard a thing from them. I could be deaf by the time I get the book with the instructions. I don't know now if the book even exists. I am beginning to believe it is a rip off!

    I had my hopes up. I am so disappointed. If the government or the medical people interferes with my order that is wrong.

    What is going on here. I would like my money back if i don't get the book. Of course i am not recommending that people get taken.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    • Jun 19, 2015

      Mary

      Just reading the comments, which now made me skeptical. I thought there was really something to look forward to, my parents are both deaf. My siblings & I are hearing but of course age is taking a toll on our hearing now. Thanks for the false hope.

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  • 25 out 26 people found this review helpful

    Must be a scam

    • Charlotte, NC,
    • Mar 29, 2015

    I paid for the book, but never received it. Must be a scam.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 20 out 20 people found this review helpful

    Where's my product?

    • Homer, Louisiana,
    • Mar 23, 2015

    I paid for this and have not received it. Is this a scam? I pray that they are not trying to cheat me.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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