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This product claims to be the last product you’ll try to get rid of your tinnitus. It promises results as quickly as 1 week and has a 30-day customer satisfaction guarantee. It’s made in the USA in an FDA inspected lab and is GMP certified. All in all, it seems to be a quality product that narrowly missed our top spot.
Ring Free has a clear label that lists all the ingredients and their dosage amounts. It has a few of the active ingredients on our list and a few more that weren’t. The inactive ingredients include bovine gelatin, which means that this product is not vegetarian or vegan-friendly.
These capsules are taken 1 to 2 times a day with food in dosages of 1 pill. It appears that Ring Free is only sold by companies selling supplements and that the manufacturer of the same name does not have a website for their products. This means that the return policy is subject to the seller. However, on Amazon, the product claims to have a risk-free trial. While researching Ring Free on Amazon, we also checked out what people were saying about the product. There were many positive reviews on this product but also a fair amount of negative reviews that made us raise an eyebrow. Read the full review for our full assessment of this product.
GIV Health Tinnitus Guard
Promoted as a product to relieve tinnitus and improve hearing, Tinnitus Guard is our next product for review. At first glance, this appears to be a good tinnitus relief supplement. It has nice packaging and makes many claims that you want your tinnitus supplement to make. We tried to look beyond the surface to really understand this product but found doing so to be uncommonly difficult. The more we looked, the less we came to believe that Tinnitus Guard is as good as it pretends to be.
Some of the things we liked about this product are that it is said to be 100% natural and manufactured in the USA. It has some of the ingredients that we found to be beneficial for reducing tinnitus, though the amounts and potencies are not available. The use of proprietary blend created a lack of transparency which was only the first strike in our books when it comes to this product.
There were a few other negatives we found while reviewing this product. In addition to a lack of transparency, one of the ingredients included in this tinnitus relief supplement can actually cause tinnitus. Would you really want to manage your tinnitus with a product that might cause tinnitus? This is strike two. Lastly, this product does not come with a customer satisfaction guarantee and says nothing of returns and refunds. Strike three! Read our full review to discover how we were able to discern that this product is using misleading marketing, and how you can avoid falling for these schemes.
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