Don’t waste your time, energy and money trying Serenity Prime for your tinnitus because it is a scam! This supplement by ‘Adam B. Davis’ is one of the most hilarious scams I’ve ever had the displeasure of reviewing and you’ll soon understand why. So without wasting much time, let’s begin!
Serenity Prime was launched around April this year. It claims to be the answer to your tinnitus woes. According to Mr. Davis, this supplement is a ‘100% natural and inexpensive method’ that he used to clear his debilitating tinnitus. He even claims that his tinnitus was ‘God’s plan’ for him, saying that God chose him to reveal this tinnitus solution to you.
So how did he discover this supplement?
Backstory of Serenity Prime
Adam B. Davis tells us the basic story we have heard a thousand times before. First, he spends a significant time telling us how bad his tinnitus was, how it affected his life and his family, and how he tried everything possible to stop it to no avail. Next, he tells us that he conducted several tests from doctors and other medical establishments only to be told that there was ‘absolutely nothing wrong with my ears.’ Eventually, he had to resort to doing the research for a cure by himself.
One day after a particularly bad episode, Davis finally agrees to meet a ‘healer’ his wife Mary recommended. This healer, identified as ‘Father Simon’, laid his hands on Davis’ ears, and guess what? He got healed. Wow!
Father Simon later informs him that they don’t allow ‘technology’ in their neighborhood because ‘it physically hurts people’ (more on this in the science section). He then proceeds to lecture us on what he says is the true cause of tinnitus.
Long story short, Davis returns home and with the help of his researcher wife, he gathered some herbal ingredients ‘found in the Bible’ and formulated it into a supplement called Serenity Prime, which he used to permanently rid himself of his tinnitus. Now he wants you too to get cured by buying his supplement.
Science Behind Serenity Prime
Remember the ‘healer’ Father Simon? It turns out that when he placed his hands on Davis’ ears, he didn’t actually heal him. Instead, we are told that his tinnitus went away because of the new, technology-free environment he spent the night in.
Now according to Davis, tinnitus has nothing to do with our ears, but it has everything to do with the brain. This is the same claim made by the many tinnitus scams we have exposed here at Contra Health Scam. Going further, Davis claims that the real, root cause of tinnitus is ‘electromagnetic fields (EMF)’ which all our modern gadgets and household appliances emit. Davis claims that our bodies ‘can’t withstand’ EMFs for long, and constant exposure to them causes a plethora of health problems, including tinnitus. He then goes ahead to theorize that EMFs disrupt the body’s ‘natural electricity and vibration.’ Initially, he continues, the vibrations sync up in the same frequency, but will eventually fall out of sync. And when that happens, the EMF ‘will practically explode in your brain’, causing sound and even more vibration. This is what he claims is the real cause of tinnitus.
Does it make sense to you?
Anyway, Davis claims that his supplement can prevent this tinnitus-causing ‘explosion’ from happening in your brain. In fact, you don’t have to stop using your favorite home gadgets or modern technology in order to protect yourself from EMF, as his supplement will do the job for you. Okay, I’m curious now. What are the ingredients?
Ingredients of Serenity Prime
The ingredients of Serenity Prime tinnitus supplement include
- St John’s Wort
- Lemon balm
- Vitamin B6
Davis spends a chunk of the video presentation telling us how effective these ingredients are in curing tinnitus and brain fog … but I’m not going to waste my time analyzing the ingredients of a scam. Besides, none of these ingredients have been scientifically proven to cure tinnitus.
How Much Does It Cost?
A bottle of Serenity Prime costs $69. Two other plans exist:
- 3 bottles at $59 each
- 6 bottles at $49 each
Each plan comes with ‘free shipping’ and a ’60-day money-back guarantee’ but if I were you, I’d rather go directly to the retailer (Clickbank or Buygoods) to get my refund. Don’t bother going through Adam B. Davis because it’s a waste of time!
Now to the fun part. Why is Serenity Prime a scam?
1. The Author is a Paid Actor (Does NOT Exist)
Adam B. Davis calls himself a 49-year-old electrical systems engineer who lives with his wife and son in Boston, Massachusetts. And that’s all we know about him. He is nowhere to be found on social media, and from his job description, it’s clear that he knows next to nothing about medical science (even though he tried to use his wife’s job as a plant breeder in a ‘homeopathic facility’ to make up for it).
Anyhow, I’m 100% sure that we are dealing with a paid actor, as his profile fits that of the authors of many other scams that I have exposed on this website. So don’t think for a second that that man in the video is really Adam B. Davis!
2. Fake Facebook Testimonials with Stock Photos
Just like numerous other scams before it, Serenity Prime features testimonials supposedly from Facebook. But believe me when I tell you that they are fake and made with stock photos. For example, ‘Steven T.’ is actually a stock photo you can buy from Dreamstime, Adobe Stock, or 123RF. This proves that those Facebook testimonials are doctored and not real!
Of course, this is not the first time I’ve seen this happen. Check out my reviews of ReVision and Neuro Calm Pro supplements for more examples.
3. The Scientific Basis is Nonsense
Adam B. Davis claims that tinnitus has nothing to do with your ears and everything to do with your brain. This is yet another cliche often repeated ad nauseum by tinnitus supplement scammers and of course, it is absolutely false. The fact remains that tinnitus has everything to do with your ears. In fact, most cases of tinnitus are as a result of problems with the middle and inner ears!
Secondly, Mr. Davis claims that the root cause of tinnitus is electromagnetic fields (EMF) emitted by modern technology. This is of course, false. First of all, noise is the cause of most cases of tinnitus. Secondly, there is no evidence that EMFs cause tinnitus. Studies on this subject only found that people who are ‘subjectively hypersensitive’ to EMFs are at risk of developing tinnitus. This does NOT mean that EMFs cause tinnitus!
So all the talk about EMFs causing vibrations that eventually ‘explode in your brain’ is exactly what you thought it was: Nonsense!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Serenity Prime Tinnitus Supplement. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: SerenityPrime.com
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