Product: Has anyone tried Vision Alive Max capsules?
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JJ • 100
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The commercial below for Vision Alive Max capsules says they lower the eye pressure by about 4 mm and protect the retina from free radical damage. It would be helpful if someone who has used it could share their experience. They are pricey at almost $50 a month. Have they lowered anyone's eye pressure?

https://visionalivemax.com/video/eduvideo-glaucoma.html?aid=89&campaign=vmax-glaucoma-ad17se1107&pl=fornix-based%20systems%20glaucoma&msclkid=9772c89741c6138a119da921e01638be

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david 3.9k
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This answer is based on my review of the link provided in the question.

I would encourage everyone to avoid companies that use misleading advertising tactics. This company labels their advertising video as follows: "Important Public Message For Your Eyes". I'm sorry, but an advertisement is an advertisement, not an important public message for your eyes! That's strike one against this company.

Strike two is using fear against you. In the section below the video, the first words are "Is your vision at risk?" I don't like that tactic, but I like it even less when they allude to "serious, irreversible and permanent damage to your eyes" and "increasing your risk of age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma & total blindness." And then they do not provide any factual evidence related to those statements. That's pure fear mongering.

The third strike is the overall strategy of marketing a dietary supplement as a treatment for any disease -- and doing so in the manner used in this video. The video includes a very medically questionable message that I think is harmful to glaucoma patients. In fact, I think this video is possibly illegal in the context of this website.

Bottom line: I recommend you avoid this company's products. The company is using unethical tactics to sell you products. If their marketing is unethical, their products should not be trusted either.

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Thanks for your wise insight. You are probably right. I went to them and asked if I can see certificates of analysis of the purity and contents of their capsules and they said I could not. This was the last straw as far as I am concerned. I don't trust them.

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Of course, this is just my personal opinion, Other people can do their own research to find out if they should take their capsules.

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asked if I can see certificates of analysis of the purity and contents of their capsules and they said I could not.

I agree 100%. We should be able to see the COA for all supplements we take!

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