About Reverse My Tinnitus
Reverse My Tinnitus claims to be a weird, completely natural, and scientifically proven trick that permanently erases and even reverses tinnitus in as little as 14 days, using ingredients that can be found at your local grocery store for less than $10.
Reverse My Tinnitus is co-authored by Alan Watson, who claims that tinnitus nearly ended his life due to the constant ringing, stress, tension headaches, and blurred vision it caused. Luckily, after listening to the radio one day, Alan claims he suddenly picked up a radio station from overseas where Dr. James Phillips was featured as a guest. On the program, Dr. Phillips explained that the nerve cells in our ears are covered with myelin sheaths, which are essential for them to function properly. But in the case of tinnitus sufferers, this sheath becomes damaged and leads to hissing, clicking, ringing, and more.
How Does Reverse My Tinnitus Claim to Work?
Up until now, it’s been thought that this myelin could never be repaired. However, according to Dr. Phillips, some studies have found that a human antibody administered in a single low dose can repair this myelin through a process known as remyelination. As such, Alan claims that Dr. Phillips discovered how to get the human body to naturally produce this antibody using simple ingredients from your grocery store.
After hearing this news, Alan claims that he immediately contacted Dr. Phillips who willingly sent him the list of compounds needed to cause remyelination. After receiving it, Alan then claims that he put together a list of natural foods containing these compounds, and purchased them from the grocery store for less than $10. And after 3 weeks of taking these compounds daily, his tinnitus was miraculously cured.
Because of this success, Alan claims to have put all this information into the Reverse My Tinnitus guide, which he claims has cured more than 105,000 people of their tinnitus, regardless of how long they’ve had it or what originally caused it.
At this point, you’re almost certainly worn out by the constant ringing in your ear, and you just want life to be normal again. But can the information contained in Reverse My Tinnitus help get you there? Probably not, and here’s why:
Same Story, Multiple Products
First and foremost, e-books like Reverse My Tinnitus, Blackout USA, Erectile Dysfunction Protocol, Ultimate Herpes Protocol, Navajo Restore My Hearing System, and many more, all have nearly identical storylines; only the names and minor details are changed.
For example, they’re almost always described as “weird tricks” that were discovered by an Average Joe (or Jane), often with the help of an obscure scientist of one type or another, and that offer simple cures to widespread diseases using simple ingredients found at your grocery store. These cures are always claimed to be scientifically proven (we’ll talk more about this in a moment), although the information has been purposely covered up, whether by a corporation, physicians, the media, or something else altogether.
However, once you scrutinize these stories, they often quickly fall apart. For example, in the instance of Reverse My Tinnitus, Alan claims that Dr. Phillips released this information to him because the doctor had to follow protocol, which entailed waiting 8 years for the treatment to be approved. But instead of following this protocol, he quickly handed over all of the information to the first stranger who called. Does this make sense to you? After all, if Dr. Phillips really did find a cure for tinnitus, it would potentially be worth hundreds of millions of dollars, so this raises a lot of questions, not to mentioned the potential professional implications for releasing this information to the public. Also, even though Alan wanted everyone to experience the same joy he did when realizing that his tinnitus was cured, he ultimately decided to sell it through Clickbank instead of giving it away for free?
In the end, these stories really aren’t intended to be held up to such intense scrutiny, so they’re flimsy at best.
Who is Dr. James Phillips?
Despite his apparently groundbreaking research, other than sites directly related to Reverse My Tinnitus, we were unable to find any information about this specific Dr. James Phillips online. There was some promise for a Dr. Phillips in the UK who is a lecturer in Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, although according to text on the site’s contact page, “Please DO NOT contact us about tinnitus, this is not something we are involved in.”
Is Reverse My Tinnitus Really Scientifically Proven?
Even though there doesn’t appear to be a popularized Dr. Phillips in the UK who specializes in tinnitus research, is the information contained in Reverse My Tinnitus scientifically proven? As it turns out, it’s difficult to say. Why? Because other than telling us that special compounds in foods (such as choline) can help the process of remyelination, it’s not really made clear what information the e-book contains.
During the Reverse My Tinnitus presentation, we’re told that, “Recent February 2014 research released in the peer-reviewed Journal of Neuroscience has confirmed that damage to myelin – the protection sheet around cells – alters the transmission of auditory signals occurring during hearing conditions.” However, myelin loss is a well-known cause of tinnitus, so this isn’t necessarily anything that’s not already established within the scientific community.
The Reverse My Tinnitus website also references a Mayo Clinic study completed in 2007 titled “Antibody leads to repair of myelin sheath in lab study.” We were able to find a copy of this study online, although it’s important to keep in mind that it was conducted using mice, and the human antibody was directly injected. In other words, while this antibody appears to be valid for the remyelination process, there isn’t any evidence available that certain compounds in food can cause this antibody to be produced by the human body.
What Kind of Reputation Does Reverse My Tinnitus Have with Consumers?
As a Clickbank product, Reverse My Tinnitus is sold only through affiliates, who earn commissions from each e-book sale they generate. This, in combination with the fact that Reverse My Tinnitus appears to be a fairly new product, means that the only online information for the product is found through fake review websites that just want to get your hopes up on the book.
Reverse My Tinnitus Pricing & Refund Policy
Reverse My Tinnitus is priced at $39 and is available for immediate download. Important note: If you attempt to click off the ordering page, Reverse My Tinnitus’s price will immediately drop to $27 after entering your email address.
Like all Clickbank products, Reverse My Tinnitus comes with a 60-day refund policy. In order to initiate the process, you’ll need to contact customer service at 800-390-6035.
Will Reverse My Tinnitus Finally Release You From the Pain & Noise of Your Tinnitus?
Chopping to the Point: Considering the fact that the Reverse My Tinnitus backstory doesn’t hold up to much scrutiny; that we’re not informed exactly what type of information it contains; and that there is no clinical evidence showing that tinnitus can be cured or reversed, we’d recommend saving your money and speaking with your physician about more effective tinnitus treatments.
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It's the same old with this crowd. They make a decent sounding pitch but have a book you are going to have to read that contradicts everything the video says and offers nothing in return.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend