Silencil – A BuyGoods Tinnitus Supplement
Silencil.com was created by 53-year-old Henry Sanders, a tinnitus sufferer, and pharmaceutical research analyst. Sanders tells his story, which he says began with a tinnitus diagnosis and ended with the discovery of Silencil.
The last 18 months before his discovery of Silencil, Sanders claims was torture, pushing him to the brink of suicide.
Silencil – What Is It?
Sanders claims he got the idea for Silencil from a 1953 tinnitus study conducted by Bergman and Heller. The study’s 80 participants, including a few deaf people, spent 5 minutes each in a soundproof room. The researchers were trying to determine if tinnitus was related to the ears and/or brain.
The 80 participants, including a few deaf people, spent 5 minutes in a soundproof room. The researchers asked the participants to explain their experience, hoping to find out if tinnitus was linked to the ears and/or brain.
The study revealed that tinnitus could impact anyone, including deaf people.
Silencil – Ingredients
The blend of ingredients found in Silencil include:
- Potassium and vitamins b1, b2, b6 – antiinflammatories
- Gamma-aminobutyric (GABA) – minimizes the risk of memory loss
- L-theanine – enhances focus and memory
- Ashwagandha – reduces anxiety and stress
- Mucuna pruriens – improves mood
- Chamomile – boosts immunity
Silencil contains a total of 28 ingredients in all.
Silencil – Is It Effective?
Sanders claims after 4 weeks of Silencil, his tinnitus symptoms were “gone.” He also claims Silencil was the focus of a study, in which 40 participants with tinnitus were administered the supplement for up to 30 days.
At the end of the study, the participants were asked about their condition. All the participants reported asymptomatic (symptom-free), according to Sanders.
Silencil – Buy More And Save More
A 30-day supply of Silencil will set you back $69. Buy three bottles and save $30, buy six bottles and save $120.
Silencil.com – Domain Information
The website was registered on June 29, 2020.
About The Manufacturer
BuyGoods is the manufacturer of Silencil. The company registered in Delaware on June 20, 2017.
BBB-Accredited – A+ Rating
BuyGoods is accredited by the BBB. While the company still maintains an A+ BBB rating, it has dealt with 22 complaints over the last year. It appears BuyGoods also owns Steel Bite Pro, Sight Care Natural, Outback Vision Protocol, and Organic Fungus Nuker as well. In addition to these products, the company has a book called “How To Correct Your Vision.”
The complaints are related to overcharges, non-delivery of purchased items, and unexplained charges.
Afterword – Silencil Scam
You only need one word to describe BuyGoods. This word is “genius.” While BuyGoods is registered with the state of Delaware and accredited with BBB, there is no evidence its products are legit. In fact, there is not one ounce of evidence that says BuyGoods’ products are legitimate.
Hundreds of consumers have purchased products from BuyGoods. Out of all these consumers, it is likely that none of them did their homework. The reason these companies get involved in supplements is no FDA oversight. They can make all of these promises, tell unfathomable life stories, scam vulnerable consumers, register as a business, and enroll in BBB’s accreditation program, without the worry of retribution.
Before purchasing this snake oil, you should ask yourself are the manufacturer’s claims real. Of course, they are not real. These are all fake people and fake stories, as well as false claims.
If there was a cure for tinnitus and poor eyesight, big pharma would have jumped on the bandwagon a long time ago. It is a shame the FDA does not do more to protect American consumers from these snake oil salespersons.
We recommend reading the many FDA reports on tainted over-the-counter supplements. The agency claims to have found “harmful” ingredients in sexual enhancement, weight loss, Black Salve, and other supplements.
There is no guarantee these products do not contain ingredients that could be contraindicated in people with hypertension, heart disease, asthma, diabetes, and other conditions.
While the ingredients found in many supplements appear safe, there are no guarantees. Even scarier, the ingredients that were omitted from the supplement label.
Is Silencil a scam? Is Silencil effective in combating tinnitus?
2 thoughts on “Silencil – A BuyGoods Tinnitus Supplement”
I suggest that you search Bing using “buy goods scam”. There are dozens of reports and warnings about them. They own other companies and sell lots of products – they’re all alleged to be a scam.
thanks for the info. Share your story!