About Silencis Pro
Silencis Pro is a dietary supplement formulated with a carefully balanced blend of 13 powerful, all-natural ingredients, which are designed to address tinnitus symptoms, regardless of its severity, your age, or other medical conditions.
Specifically, the website indicates that the B vitamins and phytonutrients found in the supplement can help oxygenate your brain cells and thereby support healthy, normal communication between synapses—the root cause, they claim, of tinnitus.
The American Tinnitus Association says that, according to stats compiled by the Centers for Disease Control between 2011 and 2012, fifteen percent of the U.S. population experiences some form of tinnitus. On top of this, 20 million struggle with “burdensome chronic tinnitus,” while “two million have extreme and debilitating cases.”
Wherever you find yourself on this spectrum, you’re here because you want to know if Silencis Pro really is a breakthrough formula that can finally deliver quietness. Or, should you save your money and continue looking? Let’s start by building a solid foundation.
What Causes Tinnitus & Is There a Cure?
The ATA also informs us that tinnitus involves a constant ringing, buzzing, roaring, clicking, or hissing in the ears, even without an external sound source. But they note that “Tinnitus is not a disease in and of itself, but rather a symptom of some other underlying health condition.”
Specifically, they report that there are about 200 different conditions that can cause tinnitus, including hearing loss, middle ear obstructions, head and neck trauma, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, traumatic brain injury, and even psychiatric disorders and metabolic disorders.
"Worldwide research continues, but the actual mechanisms, or processes, of tinnitus are not yet fully understood. We do know that tinnitus is real, not imagined, and that it is a symptom of a malfunction, usually somewhere in the hearing system (includes ear and brain). The inner ear, or cochlear, is involved for many people.”
What about Silencis Pro? What ingredients does the supplement contain and are their tinnitus-related benefits backed by clinical evidence?
Taking a Closer Look at Silencis Pro’s Ingredients
While there wasn’t a supplement facts label listed, including dosages, on the Silencis website (we reached out for a copy but hadn’t heard back as of this writing), the following ingredients were referenced:
- Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)
- Hawthorn Berry
- Olive Leaf Extract
- Vitamin B3 (Niacin)
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin B6
- Buchu Leaves
- Green Tea
- Juniper Berry
- Uva Ursi
- Vitamin C
The bottom line is that we’re not medical experts at HighYa. As a result, when addressing whether or not an ingredient is ‘effective’ for a given claim, we rely on the summarizations of the available clinical evidence provided on sites like the Natural Medicines Database, Examine.com, and WebMD.
With this in mind, these sites indicate there’s insufficient clinical evidence that any of Silencis Pro’s ingredients will beneficially address aspects of tinnitus.
What about the study conducted by Winfried Schlee of the University of Konstanz in Germany, which was mentioned in the supplement’s promotional video?
While they don’t provide any exact citations, we found Winfried’s name referenced in quite of bit of published tinnitus research on the National Institutes of Health’s PubMed. He is also closely associated with the European School of Interdisciplinary Tinnitus Research.
After some digging, though, it appeared the Silencis video was referencing this 2009 study titled “mapping cortical hubs in tinnitus.” The full text wasn’t available, although it noted that long-range information transmission was studied between both regions of the brain (specifically, the auditory cortices) to better understand the tinnitus. None of the above ingredients were noted.
Could Silencis Pro’s Ingredients Cause Any Side Effects?
These same sites tell us that most individuals won’t experience any side effects with Silencis Pro’s ingredients, other than perhaps mild, temporary digestive upset (no circumstances or specific dosages noted).
Speaking of which, without a copy of the label to review, there’s no way to know exactly how much of each ingredient is contained in Silencis Pro, or whether or not they’re likely to cause any side effects. For this reason alone, we’d strongly recommend speaking with your doctor in advance.
With this said, the most common side effect reported for niacin is flushing, while the natural caffeine content in green tea could cause nervousness and jitteriness in those sensitive to stimulants.
It’s reported that hibiscus’ possible side effects aren’t known, and the same goes for hawthorn’s safety when used long term.
Finally, WebMD indicates that “Buchu may irritate the stomach and kidneys and increase menstrual flow. It may also cause liver damage, so liver function in people who use buchu should be monitored by a healthcare provider.”
How Much Does Silencis Pro Cost?
Silencis Pro is priced as follows:
- 1 Bottle (30 capsules): $69
- 3 Bottles: $177 ($59 per bottle)
- 6 Bottles: $294 ($49 per bottle)
All orders come with free shipping within the U.S., along with a 60-day, 100 percent satisfaction guarantee, less S&H charges.
In order to request one, you’ll need to contact customer service at (800) 986-2180 or email@example.com.
What Do We Know About the Company Behind Silencis Pro?
Silencis Pro is manufactured by Functional and Restorative Medicine, LLC, based out of Dover, DE, which has been in business since 2015. They also manufacture another supplement named Dermafort.
However, while the company did host a standalone website at the time of our research, they weren’t listed with the Better Business Bureau.
Silencis Pro vs. Other Tinnitus Supplements
A quick Google Shopping search for tinnitus supplements displayed dozens of results at the time of our research, most of which ranged in price between $10 and $35. Some of these included several of the same B vitamins found in Silencis Pro, while others featured completely different formulations.
Based on the sheer number of choices, is it possible to pick the best option?
Perhaps the most important thing to consider: According to organizations like the National Institutes of Health and the American Academy of Family Physicians (to name just two), otherwise healthy individuals do not need to take dietary supplements.
For this reason alone, if you’re attempting to address any condition with a nutritional supplement, the first thing you should do is make an appointment with your doctor. Based on their questioning and/or testing, they might be able to recommend a science-based approach formulated around your specific diagnosis.
If your doctor recommends proceeding with the supplement route, you’ll want to focus on companies that:
- Don’t require you to sign up for a trial or enroll you in a recurring shipping program
- Provide a complete supplement facts label, including all ingredients and dosages, with no proprietary formulations
- Price their products competitively, with reasonable S&H charges
- Offer a clear-cut refund policy, with no restocking fees
Do these factors bode well for Silencis Pro?
The Bottom Line About Silencis Pro & Tinnitus
While we found multiple references on sites like the New York Times and The Telegraph that limited research indicates tinnitus may represent the beginning stages of brain deterioration, which could later lead to Alzheimer’s and some other forms of dementia, we didn’t encounter any sites that indicated it’s a foregone conclusion that the two are firmly linked, as claimed on the Silencis Pro website and promotional video.
And as we learned from the Mayo Clinic and the Australian Tinnitus Association earlier, the exact cause of tinnitus isn’t fully understood by the medical community, In fact, since the disease is a symptom, it’s thought that there can actually be more than 200 different causes.
With this said, sites like the Natural Medicines Database and WebMD reported there isn’t enough clinical evidence to indicate that the supplement’s B vitamins—or any other ingredients—will address any of these causes.
As such, if you’re looking to get the most bang for your buck (not to sound like a broken record), it’s recommended that you start by speaking with your doctor. Then, if they suggest placing an order for Silencis Pro, the company stands behind it with a 60-day guarantee, so you won’t be out much more than return S&H charges if it doesn’t deliver the results you were expecting.
4 out 4 people found this review helpful
Suckered in again
I have had tinnitus on the left side for 35 years without one SECOND of relief. My tinnitus is a buzzing, like an electrical buzz. A year ago I got tinnitus on the right side, like a clicking. This makes me desperate and susceptible to products that claim relief.
I spent $171 on bottles of Silencis Pro. I just completed all of them with ABSOLUTELY NO change. I hope one day to experience silence.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
4 out 4 people found this review helpful
Just received my order
I just received my order and in one of the bottles the seal was broken and there were only 32 pills inside. Probably returned because the first seal was intact but the inside seal was broken. I am going to give these a 50-day try; I have to. My tinnitus is terrible and the masking with hearing aides only does one thing mask the high pitch noise, but it seems better for my brain to hear this mask than the high pitch.
I am hoping this is not just another company hitting on my weakness to make a buck.
I will return them within 60 days. These companies live off the fact that we do not make the return. Anyone that tries this kind of hope please be sure to return on time.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend