Welcome to my review of Tinnitec!
Does this stuff really work or is Tinnitec a scam? This is the big question that needs to be answered before buying into something like this. I'm sure you have seen your fair share of scam supplements out there, just as I have, so you know that you have to be careful what you buy.
In this review I'll be going over what exactly Tinnitec is, the ingredients and if they actually work, the cost, complaints and more so that you can make a more informed decision as to whether or not you should buy it.
A 100% natural supplement that can cure even chronic cases of tinnitus within days?? Can it really be true?
I'm sure I'm not the only one that was thinking that this sounds a little bit too good to be true after watching the video presentation.
There or several different presentations out there. Two that I came across look like this…
The guy that supposedly created this supplement is named Anthony Romano, as is shown here...
He claims to have discovered a 100% natural and "proven" method to beating tinnitus, and it can "have soothing tinnitus relief FAST"… Within just a couple of days.
We are also told that it "works like nothing you've used before"... But it seems like just about every promotion for supplements out there tells you something like this.
You are reading this review now I am guessing this is because you were suspicious that this could possibly be a scam. I was as well. There were quite a few red flags I came across which seemed a bit "scammy"…
First off, they tell you that "big Pharma" doesn't want you to have this because it gets to the root cause of your tinnitus. They lead you to believe that "big Pharma" doesn't want you to get better because they want to suck every penny out of you that they can.
They also hint that the pharmaceutical industry has been hiding the truth from us… And even say that they will likely try to take down this presentation off of the web.
Although I am a big fan of natural health supplements and do not really agree with many of the things "big Pharma" does, I don't believe what they're telling us here.
I see no proof that the pharmaceutical industry is hiding this information from anyone and I have heard this sort of "big bad Pharma" sales pitch before with other scams I have reviewed in the past, such as Diabetes Destroyer and Memory Repair Protocol. It is typical fear mongering. It seems that they are just trying to scare us into buying into this supplement.
But anyways… Enough about the sales pitch… Let's talk about the actual product and see whether or not Tinnitec actually works…
Tinnitec is a 100% natural supplement sold for the treatment of tinnitus similar to Tinnitus 911 and Ring Ease, which I have reviewed in the past. It consists of a mixture of 20 different ingredients.
While it definitely does have some potential to improve tinnitus and overall health, this is something I don't really recommend all that much just because it is rather expensive and I do not like how it is being marketed, in a very misleading way.
Of course if we really want to know whether or not this stuff works, we have to take a look at the ingredients. As mentioned, there are 20 in this and they include the following…
Now obviously I did not list all 20 ingredients. The reason for this is because I CAN'T FIND THEM ALL. I have searched all over online and cannot find all that much information, besides that listed above.
This is unfortunate but we will do with what we have.
Below the video presentation I noticed a bunch of "scientific references" that supposedly "prove" that Tinnitec works...
HOWEVER, they definitely do NOT offer concrete proof that this is going to work. Most of the "proof" is theoretical, and while "could" be true... there just as in any hard proof of it being so.
I took the liberty to look up some of the studies they have listed and below I briefly summarized them so you can see what their findings were…
It's still mostly theoretical
There is far from concrete evidence proving that Tinnitec is going to be some magical cure for tinnitus.
Also, did you see listed above that the one study they referenced was performed on fruit flies? Yes… On fruit flies.
Now I have no problem with animal studies, such as those performed on rats and mice, being referenced because rats and mice are both mammals that are very similar to humans. However, fruit flies are incredibly different and I can't believe they even mentioned the study. It is very irrelevant.
But anyways... The "proof" I see here is pretty disappointing. This concoction of 20 natural ingredients definitely has potential, and definitely can benefit your health, but it seems that this product is over-hyped.
Much of the focus in the video presentation was on dopamine, which scientists believe may help with conditions like tinnitus. Tinnitec "may" be able to have some benefit in this area.
Potential = Yes
Proven by hard science = No
The cost of Tinnitec depends on how many bottles you purchase. The more you purchase, the better deal you get. At the time of me writing this the options are…
It is pretty expensive, but the good thing is that they do have a 100% moneyback guarantee, no questions asked…
Now how difficult or how easy it is to actually get your money back is something that I do not know. But this money back guarantee still offers some comfort.
The fact that this is all natural is definitely something that I, along with many others, like. Just because something is natural doesn't necessarily mean it is healthy, but generally speaking this does seem to be the case many of the times.
Also, there aren't really any side effects you have to worry about. Sure, you should definitely consult with your doctor before taking anything like this, but most people aren't going to have any problems.
Can Potentially Help from Many Angles
There are many different ingredients that work in many different ways. This is nice to see because there can be different causes of tinnitus that may respond better to different treatments.
The product is definitely marketed a little bit over-the-top. It is marketed as some "miracle cure" that is going to magically cure anyone's tinnitus, but I highly doubt that it will actually work like this.
Obviously it is pretty expensive. I think that is a downside for everyone.
Not Very Transparent
As I went over earlier, I wasn't even able to find a complete list of the ingredients.
You would think they would make this information easily available, but I guess not.
Also, I have no idea how much of each ingredient is included in the bottle. Dosage is important if you want certain ingredients to work as well as possible, so I guess we just have to trust that they put in the right amounts.
I would not call Tinnitec a scam, but I also would not say that it is as great as many people are claiming it is. You have to be careful with what you read on the Internet. I have found many fake reviews out there that just promote it as the greatest thing to have ever blessed this earth, which is not.
Will it work? It could potentially have some positive effects, but I certainly am not going to guarantee anything and there is definitely not concrete proof that it will work. But yes, it could have some positive effects.
Anyhow... I hope you enjoyed my honest review and found at least somewhat helpful. If you do want to purchase Tinnitec you can do so on the official website here.
Take care. And if you have any comments or questions just leave them below and I'll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
Kyle is an avid health enthusiast that believes in nature as a cure-all. When he's not drinking spirulina smoothies or dealing with the horrible aftertaste of stevia, he is probably working out, researching healthy herbs, or dealing with hand cramps he gets from writing articles like this.