Aural+ Natural Hearing Recovery Review
Aural plus Review | Is it a scam?
@healthbiztips by Arlene Gentallan | health blog
Aural + is a health product with a very strong claim to astonishingly cure deafness, but does this thing really works? Let's find out on this review.
First of all, before anyone gets tempted to purchase Aural+, wouldn't it be wise to first check out what's on this thing? Anyone who thinks that this natural hearing loss aid is made up of anything extraordinary will definitely get disappointed to find out that it's composed of mere maltodestrin (a sugar with high glycemic index), unspecified herbal extracts, B vitamins, and good ol' vitamin C.
The formulation of Aural+ resembles a typical food supplement, yet it claims that in just 19 to 21 days of use you will have "Complete recovery of 100% hearing. You abandon your hearing aid forever, and receive maximum quality of life."
While there are positive testimonies online hailing the effectiveness of this product, there are many who finds this supposedly hearing miracle as a scam. What can you expect from a combination of sugar, vitamins, and unstated herbs?
The fact that this product is marketed as having the ability to restore 100% hearing without the need of surgery is a big take away. It's very suspicious.
What's so special about this product such that it can cure hearing impairment? Any special ingredient? They don't mention any specifics about what makes it effective.
One of Aural plus' constituent, maltodestrin is portrayed in their website in a positive light yet is is a highly processed sugar additive that is more potent in shooting up blood sugar level than your typical table sugar.
Another distressing stuff about Aural+ is that you need to purchase not one, not two, but 3 boxes of it in order to complete using this Aural plus for 21 days.
There's even this countdown timer on their website that alerts customers to purchase the product right away within 10 minutes, otherwise their 50% sale will close. Here's a spoiler--it won't. Once the timer hits zero second, it will revert back to the 10 minute period. I have to say their marketing strategy awfully looks like that of OptiVisum.
Of course, everything in their website is meant to lure people into buying this product, with their overrated claims and promises. They even mentioned that you get a "100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE If you’re not satisfied with the product, return it and we will give your money back – no questions asked." However, according to the reviews and feedback I've seen, they don't respond to messages nor issue a refund.
Aural+ even have a disclaimer that "This disclaimer states there is no guarantee of specific results and each person results may vary. The information contained in this website is not intended to be interpreted as a promise or guarantee." So, in the end, they are their own contradictory statement to their supposedly 100% claim.
You see, there's no such thing as 100%!
If you want to buy Aural plus out of sheer hope of finding a cure, then bewarned. That hope can cost you more. If you have a hearing problem, then why hesistate to spend the money instead to seek professional help from a doctor or a physician. Consulting with an otolaryngologists or an ENT doctor will cost you money but so is Aural plus. By the way, why don't you ask your own doctor about Aural+ and see if they actually recognize this thing.