Don’t waste your time and money trying Sharp Ear supplement by ‘Sam Olsen’ because it is a scam! This scam is owned by the same people behind the fake diabetes supplement called Gutamin 7 so don’t think for a second that you are dealing with a legit supplement that will help cure your hearing problems. So sit back, relax, and read this review to the end so that you can find out the truth about this supplement and why you should keep your distance from it. So let’s begin, shall we?
Sharp Ear tinnitus supplement was launched in June 2020. According to Olsen, this supplement completely reversed the tinnitus of his wife Daisy. Just like other tinnitus scams we have exposed on Contra Health Scam, Olsen claims that the real cause of tinnitus has nothing to do with your ears, but you’ll never know that because of you guessed it, Big Pharma. But thanks to him, you now have the ‘secret’ to reversing tinnitus in Sharp Ear.
So how did he discover this tinnitus secret?
Backstory of Sharp Ear Supplement
Olsen tells us a sob story of how his wife Daisy got involved in an almost fatal accident due to her treatment-resistant hearing problems. For reasons best known to him, he allowed his wife to drive their truck with him inside … but due to her tinnitus, she couldn’t hear the traffic, her husband’s warning, or car horns. So she drove into the wrong lane and almost collided with a monster truck…
On another occasion, she was crossing the road but again due to her hearing problems, she couldn’t hear the warning screams of her granddaughters about an oncoming car. Subsequently, she was sent flying several meters onto the pavement. She survived, but she caused the car to crash into a tree. No one knows the condition of the car’s driver. Also, this ‘accident’ made the local news.
Understandably, Olsen was sick and tired of his wife’s constant brush with death due to her tinnitus. So he went on a quest to find a cure that will permanently get rid of the problem for good. His research eventually led him to the discovery that Big Pharma has been lying to us all along in order to sell us ‘useless’ and ‘expensive’ hearing aids. He eventually came to discover a ‘completely natural inexpensive method’ to permanently reverse tinnitus and memory loss. He got this ‘solution’ from a colleague who essentially stole it from Big Pharma…
In collaboration with this unnamed colleague, Sam Olsen was able to manufacture a supplement, which he first tested on his wife Daisy. Of course, it worked after only ‘a few days.’ Then he tried it on 54 volunteers. Sure their tinnitus was totally reversed. Since then, ‘over 201,533 people’ have successfully used it to reverse their tinnitus. Now he wants you to buy it.
Science Behind Sharp Ear Supplement
According to Olsen, the cause of tinnitus has nothing to do with your ears. Instead, scientists have supposedly discovered that tinnitus has to do with ‘something deeply peculiar and dangerous’ happening in your brain. He even makes the bizarre claims that most Americans suffering from tinnitus have perfectly normal ears.
To prove his point, Olsen then references two studies from the Chicago College of Medicine (2012) and Karolinska Institute Sweden (2018), which supposedly prove that the brain, NOT the ears, is responsible for hearing. According to him, Swedish researchers just discovered the ‘previously unknown brain cells’ called ‘cochlear neurons’ which are responsible for taking the sound from the ears and transmitting them to the brain.
In summary though, Sharp Ear is based on the assumption that the brain plays a bigger role in your hearing than the ears, and that two newly discovered brain pathways are responsible for hearing restoration. This discovery, says Olsen, explains why many people have tinnitus despite having perfectly normal ears. To him, restoring the functionality of these newly-discovered brain pathways is the key to defeating tinnitus … and he has the perfect supplement that will do just that.
So what are the ingredients?
Ingredients of Sharp Ear Supplement
The ingredients of Sharp Ear supplement include:
- Gingko Biloba
- St John’s Wort
- Huperzine A
- L-acetyl L-carnitine
Olen spent a significant part of the video presentation hyping the effectiveness of these ingredients (especially Gingko Biloba) in treating tinnitus. But this is not my first rodeo … and I confidently tell you that none of these ingredients (except Vinpocetine in intravenous form) have been shown to be of benefit to those battling tinnitus. In fact, some tinnitus patients have reported that some of these ingredients (L-Glutamine) worsened their symptoms. And if you’re on prescription drugs, beware of St John’s Wort as it is well known for interfering with other drugs.
How Much Does it Cost?
A bottle of Sharp Ear supplement (equivalent to a 30-day supply) costs $69. There are two other plans:
- A 3-bottle plan at $59 per bottle
- A 6-bottle plan at $49 per bottle
All plans come with ‘free shipping’ (if you live in the USA) and what Olsen calls a ’60-day moneyback guarantee.’ Luckily though, you can easily bypass Olsen to get your money back…
Now to the fun part. Why is Sharp Ear Tinnitus supplement a scam?
1. Sam Olsen is A Paid Actor (Does NOT Exist)
Sam Olsen calls himself a 65-year-old retired chemist with 40 years of experience, who lives in a small town near Philadelphia, PA. Apart from that, there’s no other information about him. Don’t bother finding out though, because the man calling himself Sam Olsen in the video presentation is just a paid actor from Fiverr!
And for those wondering, the paid actor is NOT standing inside a chemistry lab. He’s standing behind a green screen projecting a photo of a cannabis chemistry lab. This is the same photo used as a background in the video presentation of Gutamin 7 weight loss supplement.
I have no doubt in my mind that Sam Olsen does NOT exist!
2. Fake, Stock Photo Testimonials.
The testimonials featured on Sharp Ear tinnitus supplement are definitely unverifiable and fake. Olsen provided one photo to accompany one of his testimonials. That photo supposedly belongs to a 60-year-old man called ‘Thomas Wallis.’ But in actuality, you can buy that same photo from Adobe Stock, Deposit Photos, and PantherMedia.
So yes, fake testimonials!
3. Dishonestly Twists Scientific Information to Sell Scam
In a bid to sell you his scam, Olsen made several outrageous claims about hearing loss and used scientific information to back them up. For example, he argues that we ‘hear’ with our ‘brain cells’, not our ears and therefore, hearing loss has nothing to do with your ears. This claim doesn’t make any sense. The fact remains that the brain merely interprets sound signals from the ears and if the ears don’t function properly, the brain will have no audio signal to work with. In other words, you can’t hear without your ears!
Secondly, Olsen rightfully points out that damaged hair cells in your inner ear (cochlea) lead to tinnitus, and that the brain tries to compensate by increasing its sensitivity to noise. However, he bizarrely argues that this phenomenon (called auditory central gain) is actually good for you and that it’s a cure for tinnitus. The reality though, is that no scientist in the field thinks that the brain amplifying its sensitivity to sound due to defective hair cells is a good thing or a cure for hearing loss. This is because it leads to sound distortion and extreme discomfort to the patient. Besides, this only happens in some mild/moderate forms of hearing loss and doesn’t occur at all in deaf patients. And finally, auditory central gain doesn’t lead to the regeneration of dead hair cells and so, cannot improve hearing.
In summary, Olsen just used scientific information to spin a narrative that is suitable for marketing his scam. It has NO basis in truth!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Sharp Ear Tinnitus Supplement. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: ExtraSharpEar.com
Clickbank is the retailer of this supplement. So if you have made the mistake of buying it, ask for your money back by contacting Clickbank directly. Don’t waste your time asking Sam Olsen for your refund because you’ll most likely be ignored!
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Part of this review is based on research by ‘contrast’ at TinnitusTalk.com.