Don’t waste your time and money trying Neuro Calm Pro tinnitus supplement by ‘Gerade Watson’ because it is a scam! In this short review, you’re going to find out why using this supplement is an absolute waste of time, energy, and money so without wasting any more time, let’s get on with it, shall we?
Neuro Calm Pro was launched in September 2020. It claims to be the supplement that will give you ‘quick relief’ from your tinnitus. According to Watson, he has uncovered a scientific discovery that will instantly ‘mute’ the uncomfortable tinnitus sounds in your ears forever. As proof, he claims that he himself used the supplement to get rid of his own tinnitus. Since then, ‘more than 47,000 people’ have used his supplement to get the relief they desire.
So how did he make this incredible discovery?
Backstory of Neuro Calm Pro
Gerade Watson begins by telling us how bad his tinnitus was. According to him, it was so bad that he had to undergo surgery because the chief surgeon said that his tinnitus ‘was as a result of broken bones.’ Unfortunately, the surgeons ended up finding ‘nothing’ after cutting his ear open. Instead, they made my tinnitus worse and even complicated matters by cutting his facial nerve, leading him to lose ‘all taste’ in his tongue.
Frustrated, Watson decides to go on a mission to find the cure for tinnitus. His research efforts eventually paid off when he discovered that Neuromonics, a type of sound therapy, can be reverse-engineered to cure tinnitus for good. Of course, he made this ‘discovery’ after dismissing every other known remedy for the condition as ineffective.
Watson eventually teamed up with an unnamed ‘one of the major symphony composers of all time’ who also suffered from tinnitus to recreate these cheap healing sound recordings. Then he tested them out on himself and a group of people he gathered, to great success. To make the cure permanent, he created an online support group with ‘more than 2000 people’, and together, they tested a variety of natural ingredients that will ensure that your tinnitus never comes back. Of course, they succeeded. Now he wants you to buy this permanent cure in form of a supplement called Neuro Calm Pro.
Science Behind Neuro Calm Pro
Gerade Watson begins by repeating the same old talking point of tinnitus having nothing to do with your ears and everything to do with your brain. Next, he mentions Neuromonics, a type of sound therapy, as a proven cure for reversing tinnitus. He, however, points out that the cure offered by neuromonics is not permanent, as it merely ‘retrains’ the brain to get rid of the unwanted ringing in the ears instead of actually ‘repairing’ the brain.
To repair the brain, Watson claims that the answer is a natural compound called digoxigenin. According to him, scientists from the German Research Foundation found that digoxigenin ‘quiets the roaring brain cells in your head.’ He goes on to claim that Japanese researchers also confirmed the efficacy of this compound by conducting a successful human trial involving 28 people with tinnitus. Of course, he provided no citation of the research he was referring to.
Basically, Neuro Calm Pro will flood your brain with dioxigenin, which will then repair your brain. So what are the ingredients?
Ingredients of Neuro Calm Pro
The ingredients of Neuro Calm Pro include:
- FenuGreek Extract
- Saw Palmetto
- Fennel Seed
- Mexican Yam
- Pacific Kelp
- Dong Quia
- Mother Wort
- Black Cohosh
- Oat Grass
- Blessed Thistle
- Hops Extract
Watson claims that these ingredients will supply your brain with dioxigenin and other materials required to ‘repair’ your brain and make it tinnitus-proof. But he didn’t bother providing any studies to back up his claims. This is because there isn’t any, of course!
How Much Does It Cost?
A bottle of Neuro Calm Pro costs $69. There are two other options:
- 3-bottles at $59 each
- 6 bottles at $49 each
Each option comes with ‘free shipping’ and what Watson calls a ’60 Days “100% Healthy Or Money Back” Guarantee.’ If I were you, however, I won’t hold my breath that he’ll actually refund your money.
Now to the fun part. Why is Neuro Calm Pro a scam?
The Author is A Paid Actor (Does NOT Exist)
Gerade Watson calls himself a 55-year-old ‘researcher’ who lives near Denver, Colorado. That’s all we know about him. Don’t bother finding out though, because the man in the video calling himself Gerade Watson is clearly a paid actor reading a script stolen from another older tinnitus scam!
Uhh…what do you mean by ‘older tinnitus scam’? Let’s talk about it!
2. Copies The Script of Older Scam Tinnitus Terminator
The bulk of the video presentation of Neuro Calm Pro is dedicated to telling us about how Neuromonics is the answer to your tinnitus problems. The fact, however, is that Neuro Calm Pro lifted all its claims about Neuromonics, word-for-word, from failed tinnitus scam Tinnitus Terminator!
In fact, Gerade Watson’s claims about the surgeon cutting his facial nerve were also lifted from Tinnitus Terminator. Everything he said up to the part where he started talking about dioxigenin is taken verbatim from Tinnitus Terminator. Just read the text version of Tinnitus Terminator while watching Neuro Calm Pro’s video to see the connection. As you can see from the screenshot below, even Gerade Watson’s profile is lifted from Tinnitus Terminator!
Now do you understand why I said that Gerade Watson is just an actor reading a stolen script? Good. On to the next finding!
3. Fake Facebook Testimonials With Stock Photos, Paid Actor
All the testimonials featured on Neuro Calm Pro are fake. Here is the proof:
- ‘Jeremy Seaton, 45, [from] Pennsylvania’ is actually a paid actor. Here he is in another video calling himself ‘Tony’, a small business owner ‘in Vancouver, Washington.’ This is the type of guy you can hire for a few bucks to say whatever you want them to say about your product or service. In other words, fake!
- ‘Sarah M.’ is just a stock photo you can buy from Dreamstime.com;
- ‘Val T.’ is just another stock photo you can buy from Adobe Stock, Getty Images, Deposit Photos, Dreamstime…
4. The Scientific Basis is Nonsense
First, Gerade Watson began his video by hyping up sound therapy (Neuromonics) – which he stole from Tinnitus Terminator, of course – as the cure to tinnitus. The problem, however, is that the developers of Neuromonics NEVER said that their technique will cure tinnitus. It’s just a palliative measure designed to mask tinnitus and make it more tolerable to the sufferer. Sometimes this results in the total elimination of mild forms of tinnitus. But it’s an exception. not the rule.
As for his claim about digoxigenin’s ability to ‘repair’ the brain and make it tinnitus-proof, there’s simply no evidence whatsoever to back up this claim. Watson didn’t even bother to provide the citation he was referring to, and I was unable to find any study corroborating his claims. From what I can understand, digoxigenin is currently being used in neuroscience laboratory experiments and not in medicine yet.
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Neuro Calm Pro Tinnitus Supplement. It is A SCAM!
If you have made the mistake of buying this supplement, your best bet is to file a credit card dispute with your bank. Don’t bother going through Watson because you’ll never receive your money back from him!
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[Some information based on reporting by ‘contrast’ at Tinnitus Talk ]