The Fungus Destroyer by Dr. Akara is supposedly some natural fungus cure that only takes about 10 minutes of time per day. It is described as a “secret treatment” in the sales pitch for this antifungal product is very hyped up. But does this product actually work like they claim? Is it really as good as they say? Or is The Fungus Destroyer a scam that is just going to be a waste of your time and money?
Treating toenail fungus can be a pain in the last thing you want to do is waste more money on treatments that don’t work and time trying to treat it but failing. So it is important to answer these questions, which I will be doing in this review. I’ll be covering how The Fungus Destroyer works, the cost, some red flags that show how “scammy” this product really is, and more.
Since you are reading my review here, there is a good chance that you came across the video presentation for The Fungus Destroyer. The guy talking and the presentation was supposedly names “James Dean”, who had suffered from a severe case of toenail fungus himself.
Apparently Mr. James Dean was prescribed Lamisil from a doctor and ended up getting diarrhea, headaches, and vomiting… Which eventually put him in a hospital where he nearly died. On top of all of that, it didn’t even care is fungal infection.
The point of this guy telling you this story is to scare you away from the doctors. He leads you to believe that the doctors are just out to get you… All they do is prescribe you expensive medications and they aren’t even interested in curing your problem. They just want to keep sucking the money out of you day after day. I’ve heard claims like this before with other anti-fungal products I have review, such as Urgent Fungus Destroyer for example.
Now while this might be true to some extent, and I think we all have some distrust for the big pharmaceutical companies, James Dean presents information in a very misleading way. He tells you about the deaths that Sporanox and Lamisil have caused, and how hard they are in your liver, but he does not mention the lives that they have saved. The truth is that these medications, while potentially harmful, do help a lot of people. They are normally prescribed for more extreme cases of toenail fungus, cases that are severe and where it is worth the risk for the person to take the medication.
Of Course The Fungus Destroyer Is The Answer
The spokesman goes on to describe a bunch of different symptoms of toenail fungus and says that if you have any of these then your body is a breeding ground for fungus that is destroying your immune system and will potentially kill you.
Statements like this are intended to strike fear into reviewers. He is telling you that you have the potential to die from your fungal infection and of course this amazing product, The Fungus Destroyer, is what you need to fix it.
Well, throughout the video presentation he really doesn’t tell you all that much. He lead you on and on, telling you about how great this product is, but never really gets to the point in tell you what exactly it is.
For much of the time you don’t even know what you’re getting. Is The Fungus Destroyer a supplement that you take to cure your fungus? What is it?
The Fungus Destroyer is actually an e-book that provides information on curing toenail fungus. It is not a supplement or anything that you will be taking.
Supposedly the information provided in the book is based on ancient Thai medicine, since Dr. Akara it’s a Thai doctor and all.
He explains that the e-book provides information to care fungus and two steps. First it explains what you have to do to attack and cure the problem, then provides information on strengthening your immune system so that you keep the infection away.
The treatments described in this book consist of all natural ingredients, ones that you might already have at your home.
According to what they tell you, you will discover:
As I said, there is not very much information about how this actually works but you are told that it only takes 10 minutes of time per day, which means that the natural topical treatment you will be instructed to use will need to be applied for 10 minutes each day.
The product appears to be very overhyped and not nearly as amazing as they tell you. Luckily, it only cost $37 which isn’t really all that much.
In addition, you will get a bunch of bonuses that you probably don’t even want. These bonus products are also a bunch of e-books, some of them focused on healthy cooking.
There are a lot of signs that point to The Fungus Destroyer being a scam that I came across in the video presentation. Some of the things I think are worth pointing out include…
Over-Hyped Sales Pitch
The sales pitch that they throw at you is obviously way over-hyped. They make this product seem as if it is a “secret treatment” that is going to cure any case of toenail fungus, when this seems to be far from the truth.
I have reviewed many natural toenail fungus treatments like this one and the fact of the matter is that they are usually mild treatments and only work well for mild cases of toenail fungus.
The testimonials of the show you throughout the video presentation are as fake as can be. The one guy below, who they say is named “Andy Crawford”, goes on and on talking about how amazing this product is. But the problem here is that this guy is actually a paid actor that is available for hire on Fiverr. Below you can see a screenshot I took from the video presentation along with his profile on Fiverr…
Dr Akara…. Who The Heck Is This Person?
The person who supposedly came up with this “secret treatment” is a Thai doctor named Akara Rojjanasukchai. The problem with this is that I was not able to verify any of this. I can’t find information on this doctor and it is likely that they are made up list for the purposes of promoting this product.
If you have any information on Dr. Akara then I would really appreciate you leaving it below this post in the comment section, but I wasn’t able to find anything.
Limited Information On How Fungus Destroyer Works
As I mentioned earlier, throughout much of the video presentation you have no clue what is even being sold to you. The guy just goes on and on talking about how amazing this product is but you don’t know what it is. It isn’t until much later that you find out that this product is an e-book, but they don’t really even make that very clear.
My prediction for this product based on my research and many other very similar products that I have reviewed, like Fungus Hack & Myco Nuker, my guess is that it will provide a natural treatment regiment that will do good but won’t be nearly the miracle worker that they lead you to believe it is.
The focus is on using natural ingredients to strengthen your immune system so that your body can better fight off the fungus itself. It’s not like this is going to be some powerful prescription medications that attack the fungus directly.
So is The Fungus Destroyer a scam product? Well, there isn’t really a straight answer to this. I would say it is both a yes and no answer. You could say that yes, this is a scam because of how they mislead you so much in the video presentation. However, you could say that no, this is not a scam because they do provide you with a product that does have some value to it, although not nearly as valuable as the lead you to believe.
The Bottom Line
It doesn’t really matter whether you think it is a scam or not, the bottom line is that this is nothing more than an e-book that provides information on natural treatments that aren’t going to work as good as they tell you. And there is no verifiable proof that these are some “ancient Thai secrets”. This is likely just some more of the misleading sales pitch that they throw at you.
When it comes to fungus treatment products like this one, there seem to be tons of scams and things that are just a waste of money. The people behind these products know that those with fungal infections are desperate for cures so they take advantage of this. They put the big pharmaceutical companies down for sucking money out of people every chance they get yet they do the same thing.
But anyways, I hope you enjoyed my honest review here and found it helpful. If you have any comments, questions, or concerns please feel free to leave them below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂 You can also leave any personal reviews you may have of The Fungus Destroyer below. I am sure other readers find them helpful.
Myco Nuker is claimed to be an amazing solution to curing and keeping rid of fungal infections, such as toenail fungus. But is it really as good as people are claiming? After all… You cannot always trust what you hear. Is it possible that Myco Nuker is a scam?
Well, in this review you will find out. One thing I will tell you upfront is that this product is not as amazing as it is said to be. Yes, it definitely has the potential to rid your body of fungal infections, but it is not the miracle worker that they make it out to be. In this review I’ll be going over what you need to know about this product and I’ll be taking a levelheaded approach on this matter.
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Myco Nuker, which sometimes goes by the name Organic Fungus Myco Nuker, is way over-hyped. I came across this product after seeing an ad for it and landed on a page with a video presentation. The presentation led me on with the typical sales pitch that I usually see for these types of products, like Fungus Hack and Ultra Fungus Fix for example.
There are probably multiple ways to stumble upon Myco Nuker but you can see a screenshot I took of the video presentation below…The spokesperson’s wife (in the video) supposedly had a severe fungal infection that spread throughout her body and into her eyes, almost making her blind. According to him the doctors didn’t help much and didn’t really seem to even want to help, which is what led to him journeying out to find a cure to her possibly life-threatening fungal infection.
He claims that the “money grabbing pharmaceutical companies” are outraged over what he is showing you. They don’t want you to know this information because it will hurt their business. He lead you to believe that they do not want patients to be cured. They want to keep you infected and suck every last penny out of you by getting you to buy expensive medications and paying for hospital visits.
While this may be true to some extent, much of what is told in this video presentation is a lie. I actually came across the same exact video presentation when reviewing another product called Japanse Toenail Fungus Code, which is completely different. This is actually an ebook about curing fungal infections and not a supplement like this.
But anyway, much of it is a lie. I looked into this Dr Hiroki Ishiguru guy and could not find any information on him. There is a doctor with this name by he is not the one from World War II era that they mention. This is likely made up for marketing purposes.
Well it is too early to tell. They do use sleazy and misleading marketing tactics but this does not mean it is a scam. To determine this let’s take a look at the actual product being sold here…
As they tell you this product consists of a 100% natural formula that, according to what they say, forces your body to instantly neutralize all the fungal colonies that have taken your body hostage.
The different ingredients included here are the following…
Now if you look at this list of ingredients you should notice a couple of things. First of all, you probably recognize most of, or at least many of the ingredients on the list. Second of all, you will notice that most of them have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune system boosing ingredients.
This is because they help strengthen your body so that it can do the work of fighting off the infection.
As I just mentioned, the ingredients here help strengthen your bodies defense system. They do not attack the fungal infections directly, but rather strengthen your body so that it has a better chance at fighting them off.
While these ingredients do have a lot of scientific research backing their claims, and do potentially have the ability to increase your body’s chances of fighting off fungus, or not any miracle workers. As far as I see it these ingredients may be good for mild cases of fungus, but for severe cases you are likely going to need strong medication prescribed by a doctor. Contrary to what they tell you, Dr. the not all bad… And there are medications that do a lot of good. They aren’t money sucking vampires that are out to kill you.
So one of the downsides is that this supplement is very mild and probably is not a good choice for more severe cases of fungal infections. However, this is a good thing when it comes to the side effects. Because these ingredients are mild there aren’t any side effects that you have to worry about.
The ingredients contained are non-toxic and widely recognized as being safe. You can easily look any of them up on sites like a WebMD to verify this for yourself.
Myco Nuker can be taken regularly as a multivitamin. In fact, you can take this even if you don’t have a fungal infection and they actually recommend this.
What they recommend is that you take this supplement to help rid your body of the fungus that is destroying it and then continue to take it afterwards to keep your body strong so that future infections do not happen.
This supplement takes what you would call a holistic approach. it provides many different health benefits beyond that of just fungal treatment.
You do not have to worry about any downsides to prolonged use.
The price varies a lot depending on how many bottles you purchase. The more you purchase, the bigger discount you get per bottle. The prices are as follows…
Yeah… To say the least. This supplement does come with quite a hefty price tag. But then again, many of the ingredients it contains are expensive if you were to purchase them individually and then you would have to go through the hassle of mixing them all together if you were due purchase everything by itself.
So it is reasonable that the price would be fairly high, but is it really worth is price? It is hard to say and it depends on your particular situation. I do believe that this supplement is definitely a bit overpriced, but how much? I’m not sure.
For many people reading this Myco Nuker might not even be worth buying. The bottom line is that the ingredients it is made of are not strong enough, or at least probably not, to cure severe cases of fungal infection. They certainly will not hurt, and they could help to some degree, but these are not miracle workers.
This is yet another case of a very over-hyped antifungal product that is not nearly as good as it is claimed to be. Is it good and does it work? Yes, like I said… To some degree. Just not as good as they lead you to believe.
The sales pitch lead you to believe that this is some “cure-all” to any fungal infection of any magnitude, when is far from being such.
I’m not telling you not to buy this product, I am just reviewing it from a level-headed standpoint so that you do not have unrealistic expectations. If you want to purchase it you can click here to do so.
Please feel free to leave any comments, questions, or concerns below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂 If you have tried this supplement out for yourself I would also appreciate it if you left your own short review down below in the comment section. I am sure that other readers would benefit from this.
Ultra Fungus Fix is said to be some “secret formula” that can cure your fungal infection and make it stay away forever… But is it really? After all, you can’t always believe what you hear and when it comes to antifungal supplements there seem to be a lot of ones that do not work near as good as they claim. So is this the real deal or is Ultra Fungus Fix a scam that is just going to be a waste of your money?
In this review I’ll be going over some of the misleading information that you are told, the ingredients that are contained within this supplement, possible side effects, when you should be taking the supplement if you do purchase it, whether or not it is worth the price and more.
Okay, so let’s first talk about how I came across this supplement. I was out searching the web and came across an ad which directed me to the video that I took a screenshot of below… A claim to be some “simple method” and to be honest, it definitely sounded too good to be true, but I decided to watch the video anyhow.
The video started out with a bunch of news clips warning about how dangerous fungus can be and how it kills millions of people globally each year. This was obviously a ploy to strike fear into you, and really make you worry that you could be next. But it didn’t fall may because I have seen marketing for antifungal products like this before.
Sure, fungus can be very deadly, but it is definitely misleading in the way they present it.
But anyways… Ultra Fungus Fix is supposedly created by guy named Gerry Campbell, who you can see a picture of below.
This guy is the spokesperson that is talking in the video and he claims that he once had toenail fungus so bad that is spread through his whole body and nobody could figure out how to fix the problem. Having worked as a biologist for more than 20 years, he dedicated his time and resources to finding a cure, which of course he now is marketing as “Ultra Fungus Fix”.
He claims that this concoction of “special ingredients” eliminated his fungus in record time, but I am hesitant to believe anything this guy says.
Well because “Gerry Campbell” is the same guy who supposedly created another product called Fungus Repair Treatment in the past. Things just aren’t adding up and there is really no information that I can go off of to verify that this guy does actually exist. It more likely could be an entire fake story that was made up for the purpose of marketing.
Misleading Marketing Tactics
And you have all the usual misleading marketing tactics used here. They put a timer below the video claiming that the pages going to disappear in a couple hours, but this is not true at all. You can easily find this out for yourself by leaving the page and coming back and more than a few hours.
Also, I took the liberty of running a reverse Google image search of the testimonial pictures that are displayed below the video presentation and found that these images are fake. They are used on many different websites online and these people are not who they are claimed to be.
So there are a lot of misleading marketing tactics used… but does this mean that this is a scam? Absolutely not. However, I will say that it definitely reminds me of some scammy anti-fungal products I have reviewed in the past, such as Fungus Hack and Urgent Fungus Destroyer.
Lets take a look at the ingredients and see if this really contains a “secret formula” that will eliminate your fungus for good.
On the bottle of the supplements the tell you that it is…
But what are these secret ingredients that are so amazing? Well… there are 14 of them and they include the following…
You probably recognize quite a few of these ingredients and that is because many of them are commonly used in foods. Many of these ingredients do have proven antioxidant and immune system boosing properties but the problem here is that most have not been tested in their ability to fight off fungal infections.
So when they tell you that they are “scientifically proven” this is somewhat misleading as well.
It makes perfect sense that they can increase your body’s ability to fight off a fungal infection but nonetheless this is misleading.
The bottom line here is that none of these ingredients are miracle workers. What I see here is a list of ingredients that are definitely healthy and have benefits, but nothing that is going to cure a severe case of fungus… or at least not likely.
They tell you there are no nasty side effects and this is one of the few truthful things that you are told.
The ingredients are all natural and mild. They are nothing to be worried about which is one of the good things.
Sure, there will be a small few people who will have side effects but there are always going to be some people that do. All of these ingredients are regarded as safe with the proper dosage.
They tell you that this supplement is not just for curing your infection, but also for staying healthy so you don’t get another.
So pretty much you can take this whenever. You can take it to help get rid of your existing infection or to help keep another one from getting to you.This supplement doesn’t attack the fungus directly. It just helps make you a healthier you so that there is a better chance your body can fight off the infection itself.
They tell you that there is an amazing deal going on right now where you can get massive discounts but I am hesitant to believe that this is the truth. Right now the prices per bottle vary depending on how many you purchase, the more the better, and are as follows…
The normal price is supposedly $79 per bottle, which means you are saving tons of money. But like I said… I am hesitant to believe this. It is likely just another sales tactic to get people to buy in. I have no knowledge of this price ever actually being at the “normal” price.
The bottom line here is that this is a massively over-hyped product and it is certainly no miracle worker. They can tell you all the great things they want in the sales pitch but if the ingredients don’t back up the claims then it means nothing.
This definitely has some very good ingredients that I am a big fan of, being a natural health enthusiast and all, but this just isn’t going to work as good as it is claimed to work.
Can Ultra Fungus Fix help your body fight off fungal infections and keep rid of them? Absolutely it can. But will it work like the miracle product they lead you to believe it is? I really don’t think so.
I think that this product is best suited for mild cases. If you have a severe case of fungus you need to consult a doctor… and maybe try out this product if you are running low on options.
Scam or Not?
Do you want my opinion on whether or not I think this is a scam product? Well… I can’t really answer this for you because it seem many people have different definitions of what a scam is or not. It is true that they mislead you a lot with their marketing but this product does have good natural ingredients and does have value…
But anyways… I hope you enjoyed this review and found it at least somewhat helpful. If you have any comments, questions or concerns feel free to leave them below and I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂 Also if you have tried out this supplement for yourself I would really appreciate it if you left your own review down below. I am sure that other readers will be able to benefit from it.
Urgent Fungus Destroyer it is said to be able to cure fungal infections in seven days or less, but is this really true? It’s not like I haven’t heard claims like this before that were far from the truth. So is this the real deal or is Urgent Fungus Destroyer a scam in one way or another that is just going to lead to you spending more money and still having fungus afterward?
In this honest review I’ll be going over a few important things that everyone should know before buying this product. And by the way… I am not affiliated in any way with this product or company so this review is going to be as unbiased as possible. Many of the reviews I have read online make this seem like the greatest thing on planet Earth, but they are just making it seem this way in order to promote it and make more money.
There are a lot of different ways you may have come across this product. You may have been referred directly to the sales page, maybe you clicked on a link on social media, or maybe you came across the video presentation that I did that I took a screenshot of here…
In the video presentation the spokesperson, whose name is “James Larson”, tells you that medical and big Pharma don’t want you to know about what he is telling you because it hurts their business. He claims that he has developed this secret formula that consists of all natural ingredients that is proven to work.
According to him, his brother almost lost his leg due to toenail fungus in this is what led him to conduct research in eventually come across this antifungal formula.
James Larson claims to have worked as a medical researcher for over 14 years on some project for NASA, however this is unverifiable. In fact, his entire story is something that I cannot verify. I cannot prove that it is a lie but I cannot prove that is truthful either, and honestly I doubt it is true. I have reviewed many of these anti-fungal products, such as Fungus Hack and Japanese Toenail Fungus Code, and many of them turn out to be extremely overhyped with many lies in their sales pitches.
But anyways… He claims that his background as a medical researcher coupled with his need to find a cure for his brother led him to discover the “most POWERFUL fungus-destroying ingredients on Earth!”… Which of course is what Urgent Fungus Destroyer is.
He claims that this product is so good that even NASA uses it as some sort of protocol to prevent astronauts from being infected and that it can eliminate fungus in seven days or less, sometimes even within 24 hours.
The company behind it all is PhytAge Laboratories, whos main product is some anti-aging skin care supplement.
I did some research into this company and found that they have some negative reviews on the BBB’s website from customers complaining about being overcharged, making it difficult to get a refund and a few other things. However I will say that there is nothing really that bad the end that you will find negative reviews for every company out there that has at least some popularity.
I do have some concerns however. I went to the PhytAge Labs website and really cannot find much information at all. There isn’t any information about the background of this company, how long they have been in business, the team behind it, or anything. Their website is basically just one big promotion for their products… Not very professional.
As you already know, this product contains all natural ingredients. I am not going to list them all here, but some of the more notable ones included…
The first thing that comes to my mind after seeing all of these ingredients is that there is nothing amazing about them. Sure, they are all natural, healthy, and are proven to have benefits that could potentially help your body fight against fungal infections, but they are not miracle workers. Not by far.
If you have a serious case of fungus then this might not be a very good choice for you. You will likely need a strong medication and it this concoction of natural ingredients won’t do much, if anything.
Because these ingredients are very mild, they can be taken as a multivitamin. And while they may be able to eliminate fungus for some patients, they seem like they would be better fit for keeping fungus from coming back after it is already eliminated.
There is nothing you need to worry about here. All the ingredients are natural and are consumed by people all the time. There is nothing strange or unusual that you have to worry about.
Sure, some people might have adverse reactions, but generally speaking these ingredients are safe and even if you do have a reaction it will likely be mild at most.
That said, it is always best to consult with a doctor beforehand.
This product is pretty darn expensive, I won’t lie. The price that you will pay per bottle depends on how many bottles you order. The more you order, the less each bottle costs as you can see…
So the cheapest you can buy is product for is at $49.95 per bottle and you will have to buy four bottles of them, which totals that $199.80.
That is pretty expensive.
Okay, so is Urgent Fungus Destroyer a scam and is it worth buying? Well, I wouldn’t call it a scam because there definitely is some value here and this product does have the potential to cure your fungal infection.
But let’s recap for a minute: The product is promoted in a misleading way that would make you think that it is a sure cure to any fungal infection, it is manufactured by a company with little information about them, the ingredients it includes are far from being miracle workers and likely won’t cure serious cases, and it is very expensive.
The question of whether or not it is worth buying is something that you have to answer yourself. I cannot answer this for you because for some people it may be worth the price and for others it may not be. My personal opinion is that if you have a case of fungus that is what you would consider severe, I would consult with a doctor in not waste my money on this product.
Anyways… That is all I have for you. I hope you enjoyed this honest review and if you did please share it to get the word out there. Also, leave any comments, questions, or concerns below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂 You are also more than welcome to leave your own review of this product below if you have tried it out. I am sure that this will be beneficial for other readers of this site.
Candida Crusher is claimed to be pretty much a “cure-all” for a number of different fungal related conditions. But is it really as good as people are saying? Or is Candida Crusher a scam in one way or another that is just going to be a waste of your money? You can never be too careful when it comes to e-products like this that claim to cure your problems so these are serious questions that need to be answered.
In this review I’ll be taking a nonbiased approach and going over what exactly Candida Crusher includes, little background on the guy who wrote the book, pros V cons and more. There are some downsides to this product and I’ll be going over them.
Candida Crusher it is said to be an effective natural cure to candida infections. This is because the focus is on boosting the immune system naturally so that your body can work better to fight off the candida.
How do you know if you have a candida infection? Well, on the sales page for this product they tell you that if you have any of the following symptoms, then you do have candida yeast infections…
Now in my opinion this is definitely a bit misleading with the marketing tactics used. There are many different reasons why he could get a rash, or a mood swing, or have difficulty concentrating. To say that if you have any of these symptoms “then you have candida yeast infections” is simply not true.
I’m a bit sensitive when it comes to misleading marketing tactics like this because I often review products, such as Fungus Hack & Japanese Toenail Fungus Code, that lure people in claiming to be miracle products that are not nearly as good as they lead you to believe.
But anyways, other than that the promotional material for Candida Crusher isn’t all that bad.
It is always important to look into the person, or persons, behind the products that you buy, especially when it comes to products that supposedly treat infections, illnesses, etc. In this case the man behind it all is named Eric Bakker who claims that he is a naturopathic doctor.
I looked into this and sure enough, he really is a naturopathic doctor and has been so for almost 30 years. He has been running an international naturopathic consultancy online for almost 20 years. However, it is important to note that is consultancy business does not deal directly with patients. It is all online where he provides and consult people in mass amounts. It is not like he deals one-on-one with clients for intensive treatment.
Below you can see his website (ericbakker.com) and a picture of him…
He has experience treating everything from psoriasis, to candida (obviously), shingles, gout, and others.
As a naturopathic doctor his focus is on eating healthy and living a healthy lifestyle, which is why this product is all about natural treatment and strengthening your body so that it can be the one fighting off the infection.
If you like to read then you’re going to love this, if you don’t like to read then you might want to find a different product. Why do I say this? Well because Candida Crusher it is an e-book that consists of 718 pages. Now of course you will not need to read all 718 pages, you will likely just read a couple sections depending on your condition, but it still helps if you are someone who actually likes to or is willing to read.
The e-book provides information on everything from what causes candida infections, to identifying the type of infection that you have, and of course treating the infection. Some of the information provided includes the following…
There it is no one group of people that this book is for. This book is very broad with the information that it provides and thus can be a good book for a very broad group of people. There is tons of information on many different fungal infections along with the treatment for them.
It is also worth noting that Eric says his treatments have been successful with patients suffering from chronic candida infections, so when it comes to severity of the condition this book can also be a good choice for a broad range of people.
Is 718 pages of information worth $47? Well this is something you can form your own opinion about but I do think it is.
It would be different if this book was written by some random person with no credentials, but these 718 pages are written by a man with plenty of experience and knowledge. He claims that the entire book is based on knowledge from treating over 15,000 yeast infections, which is significant. However, as I mentioned earlier it is not like he is treating these infections directly, he is just providing online consultation.
The product is a little bit over-hyped and I don’t care for the marketing around it too much, but it does provide plenty of value for $47 in my opinion. So is it a scam? Absolutely not.
The biggest downside that I see to this book is information overload. At 718 pages that is one heck of a lot of information to sift through and there is no one that is going to need all of it. For example if you have a vaginal yeast infection you don’t need all the extra information about a hundred other types of candida infections. There is a lot of “useless” information you could say because you won’t be using it all.
And of course another downside to it is that you have to pay for all of this additional information that you won’t even need. It would be nice if there were multiple products are focused on specific types of candida infections instead of one big monster is product that encompasses all.
But anyways, it is a good book it is something that I do recommend. There is plenty of good information provided by someone who actually knows what he is talking about and you very well could find your cure to the candida you have in this book, which would make it all worth it.
I hope you enjoyed my review and found it helpful. If you have a review of your own that you would like to leave you can do so down in the comment section below. I would appreciate it if you would leave any reviews down there as they will be of benefit to other readers.
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If you have toenail fungus then Japanese Toenail Fungus Code claims to be the solution. It is said to be able to “neutralize” your fungus within two weeks and all you need is 10 minutes a day for this to work. It also claims to be free of any harsh treatments or expensive ones, consisting of treatments with products or you can pick up at your local grocery store.
But is it really as good as it claims to be? It seems that every antifungal product out there claims to be the greatest thing that has ever existed, yet most of them don’t work as good as they say. So is this the real deal or will this just be a waste of money? Is Japanese Toenail Fungus Code a scam? These are questions that everyone needs answered before buying a product like this, so I took the liberty of doing some research on this “code” and he is my review. If you’re thinking about buying into this you are definitely going to want to read this over first.
I’m sure you are skeptical of Japanese Toenail Fungus Code, which is probably why you are reading my review now. The video presentation for this product is very overhyped and it just comes off as being somewhat of a scam, or at least that’s what I thought at first glance.
As the old saying goes, if something sounds too good to be true then it probably is. And this seemes like a way overhyped anti-fungal product, kind of like Fungus Hack or Fungus Shield Plus, both of which I have exposed on this site.
In short… This product is not nearly as good as it claims to be. It is nothing more than an e-book that contains a bunch of information on natural and easy solutions to curing turnout fungus. Does it provide good information? Yes, I will admit that it does, but this information can easily be found for free on YouTube or just searching around Google.
I’ll get into the details of this product in a bit, but first I go over some of the lies and misleading sales tactics they throw at you.
There are more than one sales page for this product, but the screenshots below are from the one that I came across.
First of all, they lie to you when they claim that this product has been seen on ABC News, NBC, MSN, etc. It may have been advertised on the sites, but this doesn’t really mean anything because anyone can paid to advertise on the sites. I could advertise a complete scam right now if I wanted to. So maybe this is in a complete lie but is very misleading. This product has definitely not been featured by any of these news channels that’s for sure.
And in the video presentation that I watched there is this guy named “Doctor James Clement” that was supposedly some expert on toenail fungus. However I was already suspicious that this guy was probably fake, because I review scams like this all time, so I did some digging around and found that this guy is actually a paid actor on the freelance marketing website Fiverr. He’s just an actor that the creators of this product paid to make a fake video…
Is The Spokesperson’s Story Really True? = Probably Not
There is no proof that I have of the spokesperson’s story being false, but I’m guessing that is false. The spokesperson’s name is Terry WIlliams supposedly, and he tells you some sob story about his wife Caroline’s liver failing all due to toenail fungus, and her almost dying.
Then of course she came across Japanese Toenail Fungus Code and WALAHH…. Fungus cured, a miracle! All in just 12 days too. Wow.
Don’t Rush Yourself..
In the video presentation Terry tells you that the video could be taken down at any time in that you have to act now if you really want to buy this product. He claims that the “money grabbing pharmaceutical companies” when to stop his breakthrough because it is hurting their business.
This it is nothing more than a clever little marketing tactic called false scarcity, which is when you try to make it seem urgent that viewers buy in right away, because if they don’t they might lose out. But it’s all just a lie.
Very Misleading Information
The the entire video presentation is just a bunch of lies in misleading information for the most part… All designed to sucker people into buying this product.
At one point Terry talks about Lamisil and Sporanox which are two antifungal medications that doctors prescribe. He claims that these drugs only have a 60% success rate and damage your body 100% of the time. Basically what you lead you to believe is that the big pharmaceutical companies are not even trying to help you out. They want the drugs to fail want to get you hooked on them. Now whether this is true or not is another story, but the fact of the matter is that Terry presents this information in a very misleading way.
Both of these drugs are very different than what Japanese Toenail Fungus Code is promoting. Japanese Toenail Fungus Code is promoting natural solutions, which will work in some cases, but in more severe and possibly life-threatening fungus cases, you are going to need drugs like Lamisil and Sporanox. Also, both of these drugs have very good ratings from real users.
Yes, they have been linked to death in some cases, but something else that he doesn’t tell you is that most of the deaths have come from people with underlying systemic conditions, according to the FDA.
Japanese Toenail Fungus Code is just an e-book that is over 100 pages long. It provides information on many different aspects of toenail fungus so that you can tackle it from all angles.
It is important to realize that this is just an e-book. You are buying information here even if you want anything to work you will have to go out and buy products at the grocery store that it recommends.
In the e-book there is information on grooming your toenails, keeping your feet clean and dry, wearing socks that are made of natural material in breathable, and most importantly natural strategies for keeping your nails strong, healthy, and fungus free.
The different natural remedies that are discussed for keeping your nails strong include…
Then in another section of the e-book there are different remedies that you can start using right away, because you probably already have the ingredients needed in your house. These remedies include…
Detoxification is also discussed, where the author talks about taking chlorella to detoxify your body and help rid it of the fungus. Chlorella is something that I have actually taken before and have a lot of knowledge about. It has loads of chlorophyll and is proven to detoxify, so this is some very good information. However I do not have any experience taking it to eliminate toenail fungus nor have I found any studies on it. So I am unsure of how effective it would be in this particular situation.
There is some controversy over whether this guy actually exists or not. I have not been able to find any verifiable information that proves his existence.
I was able to find that there is a doctor with the name Hiroki Ishiguro, but this guy was born well after World War II, so it is the wrong Dr.
Is Japanese Toenail Fungus Code a scam? All in all I would not call a scam because it does provide some good information. However I will say that it is marketed in a misleading and somewhat “scammy” way, with lots of hype and information that just isn’t true.
If you are still interested in buying this product there is another suggestion that I have. Why not just look up how to do the different natural remedies that are discussed in the book for free on YouTube or Google? I mentioned all the different remedies that are in the book, so just do a little bit of your own research now instead of buying this product. You could still purchase it… it is up to you. I mean, it is nice how all the information is all packed together in a convenient ebook. If you are interested in buying it you can do so on the official website here.
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this honest review and found it helpful. Please share if you did. Also, leave any comments, questions, or concerns in the comment section below and I will get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
Fungus Shield Plus claims to be one heck of an amazing supplement when it comes to getting rid of fungal infections, such as toe fungus and fingernail fungus. It is even claims to be able to get rid of your fungus in just a single day. Sounds insane right? Can you really believe statements like this? Is this the real deal or is Fungus Shield Plus a scam that is just going to be a waste of your money?
These are all serious questions that need to be answered before you end up potentially wasting your money on a crap supplement that isn’t going to work. In this review I will be going over the man behind it all (Richard Parker), the ingredients contained, side effects, what customers are saying, and more.
Also is worth noting that I am not promoting this supplement so this review is not going to just be me trying to get you to buy it. I’m going to give you my honest opinion of things.
First off let me say this, this supplement will not cure your fungal infection in one day, nor will any other. This is just one of the many absolutely ridiculous claims made about this supplement. The promotional material that is used in the marketing campaigns for Fungus Shield Plus is very overinflated and much of it misleading and/or a lie. It kind-of reminds me of Fungus Hack in this way.
The only way you’re going to cure fungal infection in a day is through amputation, which no one wants.
The guy who supposedly came up with the formula for Fungus Shield Plus is a graduate of the College of medicine at the University of Florida. He goes by the name of Richard Parker and he claims that big pharmaceutical companies are out to put an end to him because of how he is disrupting their business.
But there’s a lot of uncertainty revolving around his name. Who knows if this guys real or not. The uncertainty comes from the proof that the image shown in the ridiculous sales pitch is not him. Below is the image you are shown of “Richard Parker”…
It looks like a good image and all… A man in a white lab coat with a microscope in the background. This looks like a serious scientist. The problem is that this same exact image was used in the promotional material for another antifungal supplement called Fungus Remover and they are this guys name was Grant Anderson. So obviously the picture is a fake. It’s likely a stock photo that anyone can buy to use online as they wish.
designed to reduce pain, improve immune system so that it can better fight the fungal infections of toe fungus, and also can improve your overall health
The ingredients inside each pill are as follows…
What you may notice is that all of the ingredients are natural, which I think is a plus. You can look them all up if you really want to, but I assure you they are natural. Even the ARA-6 ingredient, which you probably have never heard of, is a completely natural probiotic powder derived from the Western Larch tree.
One of the problems I have with this supplement is that there is not really any good proof that it works. Sure, there are people that have supposedly used this product in had good results from it, but where is the clinical research? There isn’t any as far as I know.
I would like to see some cold hard scientific proof that this supplement leads to the speedy recovery from fungal infections, but is lacking in this area. Of course this does not mean that it does not work, but it is something to keep in mind.
There it is always the possibility that you could have some bad side effects, but that goes with anything. As far as I see them based on my research you really shouldn’t have to worry about negative reactions to the supplement. There are many ingredients included but they are all in low doses that are within suggested ranges.
As with any ingredient, there are going to be people who have side effects but this is nothing that should scare you away.
Take Cat’s Claw for example. This is an ingredient you have likely never heard of and may be concerned with. On DRAXE they state that very “few side effects have been reported” but of course there are some people who have reportedly experienced dizziness, naseau, and diarhea.
Pine black is another ingredient that might concern you but it is nothing to worry about. You likely won’t get any side effects from such a low dosage and if you do they will likely be mild and transient, as described on LiveStrong.com.
Selenium is an ingredient that can have some pretty nasty side effects if you take too much, but this product only includes 20mcg which is enough for a 4-6 year old child to handle according to MayoClinic.
Every ingredient on the list can be consumed safely as long as you don’t consume too much, which Fungus Shield Plus obviously took into consideration.
One thing that I always like to do when reviewing a product like this is look at what other people are saying. It’s always good to do your own research but you should also consider others’ opinions. A few things that I found on the Internet that I think are worth noting include…
Results In Little Over a Week
I have several reviews from people who have claimed to use this supplement and saw positive results in a little over a week. The reviews from these people seems to be realistic, however I found it strange that I found multiple people claiming that they started to see results in 10 days. This might be nothing but I think it strange that there’s more than one person giving the number of 10 days.
There is always the thought in the back of my mind that the reviews might be fake and this is just one thing that caught my eye.
The positive results that people claim to be seeing consist of new healthy toenail/fingernail growth along with reduction of existing fungus.
Doesn’t Work.. Scam
There are also a fair number of people claiming that this product is not work at all and is a scam. One person said to have used it as recommended for over six months and saw absolutely no results.
Again, bad side effects are not something I would be worried about with this product, but I do want to bring to your attention that there do seem to be a few people that have had better reactions to it. One person claims to have had a hive-like skin condition that broke out shortly after beginning to use the supplement and then went away after discontinuing use.
Is Fungus Shield Plus a scam? The answer to this question depends on what your definition of a scam is. At least some of the ingredients included in this supplement are proven to improve immune system health which would have a positive effect on your body’s ability to fight off fungal infections. So, yes this supplement should work to some extent. HOWEVER… There is no way is going to work as well as you are led to believe. These natural ingredients are good and they do have benefits, but they are not miracle workers.
If you consider misleading consumers into buying a product that doesn’t work as well as it is claimed to, then yes I would say this is a scam. But if your definition of a scam is something that does not work, then I would not consider this a scam because I do think it will work at least to some extent, although it may be minimal and unnoticeable.
Personally I would avoid products like this. The people behind this mislead consumers, lie about the “Richard Parker” character who supposedly created it, and have not provided clinical evidence that it works. But if you want but I think there are better solutions out there.
Anyway… I hope you enjoyed this honest review of mine. Please leave any comments, questions, or concerns below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂 Also, if you have your own review of this product than I would appreciate it if you left that down below in the comment section as well. I’m sure other readers could benefit from it.
Fungus Hack claims to be pretty much a cure all for toenail fungus. But is this product really as amazing as people say it is? Will it really be able to stop toenail fungus in its tracks and heal your toenails back to their youthful condition within less than a week? Or is Fungus Hacks a scam that doesn’t work and is just going to be a waste of your money?
I have been seeing a lot of promotions for this product online so I finally decided to check it out and give an honest review of it. I know there are a lot of people questioning whether or not it is a scam because it seems too good to be true. I am right there with these people… I am also somewhat skeptical that this product actually works as good as they say.
Since you are reading my review here I am guessing that you are probably also suspicious of how good this product actually is. You probably watched the video presentation that is pictured above and are thinking that things sounds too good to be true.
The guy in the video presentation is 61-year-old Brett Johnson. He claims to be a survivor of a nasty case of toe fungus which nearly cost him his leg and liver. The fungus got so bad that it infected his home and even his wife’s face. He claims that he tried everything to get rid of it and even ended up taking doctor prescribed anti-fungus pills that took quite a toll on his body and sent him into the hospital. It was in the hospital that he found out that these pills caused him liver damage and that they could have potentially killed him.
Brett puts on quite a show. I’m not sure I believe everything that he says, but I will take him at his word because I have no proof otherwise.
Fungus Hacks is a product created by Nutrition Hacks that is designed to cure toe fungus.
Some of the said benefits to using Fungus Hack over other fungus treatments out there include the fact that it is made of completely natural ingredients, can potentially work within a few days, won’t damage your kidney or liver like some harsh medications can, requires no trips to the doctor, no pain, no prescriptions, no medical procedures, and is cheaper than some other popular medications on the market.
They also tell you that it will benefit your health in other ways besides just eliminating toe fungus. It supposedly is full of natural antibiotics that will boost your immune system, accelerate healing, improve digestion and more.
This supplement is to be taken orally twice per day. It is very easy to take and anyone should be able to do it with a simple glass of water. This is nice to see because cream treatments and other topical remedies can be a problem since you actually have to rub the medication directly onto the infected skin.
They tell you that it works in three simple steps…
The way they tell you that it works is very vague. They just tell you that it targets the infection, breaks down the fungus, and attacks it at its root. However, they do not tell you how exactly it does this. So this leaves me wondering.
At one point in the video presentation Brett tells you that the source of toenail fungus is actually a parasite, called a dermatophyte, and that Fungus Hack the taxing destroys this parasite, but again… There is just not much of an explanation at all here.
Unfortunately I cannot find any information on the actual ingredients inside. I have read and numerous other reviews and have came up short on every one. It seems that most of the reviews out there are just trying to promote the product and make money instead of giving an honest opinion of it.
Not even on the bottles of Fungus Hack does it say the ingredients that are inside it. Instead it says that the bottle contains a “proprietary blend” of natural ingredients. So there is literally no way of finding out what the heck is in these bottles other than taking them to a lab to be tested, or possibly getting your hand on some inside information from the company making them.
Now I am not saying that this is necessarily something bad. There are many times when companies market legitimate products and list their ingredients as proprietary blends instead of actually listing each individual ingredient. The case could be that Nutrition Hacks just does not want competitors to find out their secret ingredient blend and then copy them. But who knows… Your guess is as good as mine.
They tell you that it is 100% natural and therefore it has no side effects. However, just because something is natural does not mean that it won’t have any side effects. This is a common misconception. There are many natural ingredients that can be harmful.
Apparently the ingredients that this product contains are what your body naturally uses to fight against fungus. So from what I understand it basically gives your body an increased supply of fungus fighting ammunition.
You can buy one bottle for $69, three bottles for $59 a piece, or six bottles for $49 a piece. So if you go for the three bottle or six bottle deal you will be paying less than two dollars a day, which would be great assuming that it does work.
However I am still very skeptical. They tell you that this product can work in just a few days so what would be the point of ordering more than one bottle? They tell you that it eliminates toe fungus and since one bottle will last a month then this should be plenty… Shouldn’t it be?
I am definitely not going to call this a scam, but I am still hesitant to believe everything that is said. There are many more questions that need to be answered about this product which I have been unable to find answers to and there is much information that just doesn’t seem to add up.
It would be different if this product were sold in stores and could be easily returned if it did not work, but it isn’t. It is only sold online and they do offer a 180 day money back guarantee if it doesn’t work, but you know how these “guarantees” tend to go.
I’m not a big fan of this supplement and I there is no doubt that the claims are over-exaggerated, but if you do want to purchase Fungus Hack you can do so on the official website here.
If you have tried out this product and have your own review I would appreciate it, and I’m sure other readers what to do, if you left it below in the comment section. Also leave any comments, questions, or concerns and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can :-).