Nerve Control 911
A supplement that will supposedly stop your neuropathy for good by blocking ”the enzyme behind all neuropathies.’
Owned by a shady company behind known scams Tinnitus 911 and Urgent Fungus Destroyer
Author is unverifiable (does NOT exist)
Misrepresents scientific research to sell scam
If you’re suffering from any form of neuropathy, don’t waste your time and money trying Nerve Control 911 by Phytage Labs because it is a scam! This product is targeted at anyone with neuropathic pain but by the time you finish reading this review, you’ll realize that you were better off not hearing about this supplement in the first place. So without wasting much of your time, let’s begin with the review!
Nerve Control 911 was launched at around November 2019. According to its author ‘Maxwell Conrad’, this supplement helped his mom to overcome her debilitating neuropathy. In fact, Mr Conrad claims that his mom’s nerve pain was so bad that doctors considered amputating her leg. But thanks to his research and Phytage Labs, his mom’s leg was saved and she was set free from her chronic pain.
Conrad goes on to claim that he has found the ‘true root problem of nerve pain’, which his supplement completely annihilates. He promises that Nerve Control 911 is the ‘breakthrough that emancipates you from your numbness, tingling, burning and yes, even the nightmare of losing a leg.’ To prove it, he boasts that ‘over 13,093 Americans’ have used his ‘tried and true remedy’ to get rid of their neuropathic pain.
We’ll see about that but first, let’s briefly look into the backstory, shall we?
Backstory of Nerve Control 911
Mr Conrad tells us a sad story about how his mom suddenly collapsed from pain during one family get-together. Weeks and countless pain pills later, the pain got so bad that he had to take her to the ER. There she was told by a doctor that she was at the point where she must learn ‘to live with it’. The doctor then prescribed her an ‘insane dosage’ of ‘highly addictive Tramadol’ in addition to the ‘disgusting’ pain meds she was already taking. Not only that, she now has to pop her pain pills ‘every 90 minutes.’
Not surprisingly, his mom ended up suffering greatly from the insane cocktail of pain meds prescribed to her. Conrad then quickly reminded everyone that Americans have a serious problem with drug abuse and doctors are to blame for it, before informing us that his mom eventually developed an infection on her feet. They again went to the ER, where a doctor informed them that she risks getting her foot amputated if they don’t ‘get the nerve damage under control.’
Spooked and frustrated by mainstream medicine, Mr Conrad says he poured himself into research to find evidence to his ‘theory’ that nerve pain has one root cause. His research eventually paid off when he discovered what he calls ‘the enzyme behind all neuropathies.’ What’s this enzyme? MMP-13. Stopping this enzyme in its tracks will reverse all types of nerve pain!
Excited by his finding, Mr Conrad contacts his ‘colleague’ called ‘Albert Prince’, who informs him that he himself had been doing his own ‘research’ on MMP-13 for the past 3 years. It was this Albert Prince who told him that he has discovered ‘the combination of herbs’ that will not just block this enzyme, but 7 other pain-inducing enzymes. Now if only they can find a lab that they can use to combine these herbs…
Enter Phytage Labs. Nerve Control 911 is born. Conrad gives it to his mom and 11 days later … her debilitating pain is gone. Now he wants to help the world by selling his supplement.
Cool story bro.
Science Behind Nerve Control 911
According to Mr Conrad, the ‘root cause of all neuropathies’ is this enzyme called MMP-13 (matrix metalloproteinase-13). For those who don’t know, MMP-13 is an enzyme which is involved in breaking down various body tissues that consists of proteins (like collagen) in normal or disease conditions. Mr Conrad claims that this enzyme ‘is toxic to the nerves’ and too much of it ‘eats away at your nerve endings.’
To prove his claim, he cited this study which found that increased MMP-13 activity isn’t really good for collagen and wound healing in zebrafish given cancer drug paclitaxel. He also cited this study to prove his claim that MMP-13 activity also causes diabetic neuropathy in zebrafish and mice. The researchers also found that inhibiting MMP-13 reversed the neuropathy to a significant degree.
And with this, Mr Conrad thinks that he has found the ‘root cause of all neuropathies’ and how to solve it: Simply inhibit MMP-13.
So how does he plan to do that?
How Nerve Control 911 Works
Nerve Control 911 supposedly works by, of course, inhibiting MMP-13. Not only that, Mr Conrad claims that the ‘components’ of his supplement also ‘block the pain-triggering enzymes of what are referred to as,”The 7 Pain Pathways”. Now what are these 7 pain pathways?
- COX-2 (cyclooxygenase-2 enzyme)
- PGE-2 (prostaglandin E-2)
- 5-LOX (5-Liopooxygenase)
- TNF-alpha (tumor necrosis factor-alpha)
- iNOS (inducible nitric oxide synthase)
- Reactive nitrogen species (RNS)
- NF Kappa B (NF-kB)
These are well-known enzymes, chemicals and cytokines that cause pain in various parts of the body.
So what are the ‘components’ Mr Conrad is referring to? Let’s briefly talk about them below.
Ingredients of Nerve Control 911
The ingredients, or ‘components’ of the Nerve Control 911 ‘formula’ include:
- California Poppy
- Corydalis Yanhusuo
- Passion Flower
- Prickly Pear Cactus
- Marshmallow Root
These are the supposed ingredients ‘Albert Prince’ allegedly spent 3 years of his life researching on. But I’m not going to waste my time telling you how effective these herbs really are for treating neuropathy because there’s no point. Now to the part you all have been waiting for. Why is Nerve Control 911 a scam?
1. The Author is Unverifiable (Does NOT Exist)
Maxwell Conrad introduces himself as ‘the guy unanimously hated by every pharmaceutical company in America’ because he’s destroying their business driven solely by greed and profit. Later on, he informs us that he’s a ‘senior project manager in the local biology lab’ near Santa Fe, New Mexico. But looking at his supposed photos below, it’s clear that we have a problem in our hands:
As you can see, it’s clear that we are looking at two photos of different people – or are my eyes deceiving me? Either way, good luck verifying the identity of this man!
2. Fake, Unverifiable Testimonials
The scammers behind Nerve Control 911 did a wonderful job by using untraceable photos in their testimonials. But does that mean that those testimonials are legit? Absolutely not.
Given the fact that all the products pushed by this company (Phytage Labs) are scams and they have been caught using stolen or stock photos as testimonials, how do you expect me to believe that these testimonials are genuine now?
Speaking of the company:
3. Nerve Control 911 is Owned by A Shady Company
Nerve Control 911 is owned and marketed by Phytage Labs. I did a detailed background check of this company, which you can see in my Prostate 911 review. Yes, this company is behind some scams that I’ve already exposed here:
If I were you, I’ll never deal with companies like this one … as they are crooks who will disappear when the law catches up with them. Don’t get caught in the crossfire!
4. Misrepresents Scientific Research to Sell Scam
Earlier, we discussed the science behind Nerve Control 911, where Mr Conrad claimed that the uncontrolled activity of the enzyme MMP-13 is the ‘root cause of all neuropathies.’ He cited two studies that seemingly confirmed his claim, but on closer scrutiny, it’s clear that Mr Conrad is not telling you the complete truth.
You see, Mr Conrad conveniently left out the part in the studies where the researchers stated that MMP-13 was activated by two substances: Paclitaxel and glucose. This is significant because it proves that MMP-13 cannot be the ‘root cause’ of neuropathy. It’s just one of the mechanisms of neuropathy development.
Secondly, not all neuropathies are ’caused’ by MMP-13. There are many other causes of neuropathy which do not depend on MMP-13 to wreak havoc on your nerves. That’s why it’s important to see your doctor whenever you develop any neuropathy symptoms. Don’t ever think that one supplement will instantly cure you in less than 30 days!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Nerve Control 911. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: NerveControl911.com
If you have made the mistake of buying this product, quickly file a credit card dispute with your bank. You are also welcome to try asking Mr Conrad for your refund but I wouldn’t hold my breath on that one. Scammers never honor their moneyback guarantees.
Alternative to Nerve Control 911: Nerve Renew
This supplement by the Neuropathy Treatment Group has been around for a long time, and there are many genuine, positive testimonials out there affirming its effectiveness in relieving neuropathy symptoms. I recommend this supplement especially to those with diabetic neuropathy so don’t hesitate to check it out. Get it on Amazon or read my review for more details.
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