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.
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.