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Is Quietum Plus Tinnitus Relief a Scam – Here Are The Facts

Is Quietum Plus Tinnitus Relief a Scam? In Case you are wondering – Before you Decide to Buy This – Here Are The Facts!

If you are reading this now then perhaps you have heard of this Tinnitus Relief Supplement before.

This is just one of the latest Hearing Health Supplements being sold online including  Sonovive and Tinnitus 911.  

Many desperate people look to these products as a long-awaited solution to their troubles but with each new product, a worrying trend seems to continue.  

Like really I have never seen as many scams and supplements that don’t do as they are supposed to as those within the Hearing Health and Tinnitus Niche.  

It seems that even though the science behind these products makes sense the results don’t seem to back these claims up.

I mean I think we can agree that any treatment is worth the money to get rid of something like tinnitus.  

It’s much like hiring a babysitter for the night or taking a vacation away from work.  When Just getting a few hours (or days) away from all the headaches is a feeling that is most welcome when peace and quiet are so hard to come by.

So It must be said that anyone living with tinnitus, should know exactly what I’m talking about.  

But is Quietum Plus Just another Tinnitus Scam or the long-awaited solution, from where so many similar products have failed before?  Let’s dive in and try to find out a bit more.


Is Quietum Plus Just Another Tinnitus Scam?


Product Name:Quietum Plus
Manufactured ByUnknown
Creator:Patrick Bark (Fake Persona)
Website:QuietumPlus.com
Directions For Use:Take two a day in the morning with an 8 oz Glass of Water
Things To Note:Formulated with Organic Herbal Extracts
Made in an FDA-regulated facility
Non-GMO
Veggie capsules
Made in the USA
GMP Certified
Ingredients In Short:Vitamin A
B-Vitamins
Zinc Oxide
L-Tyrosine
L-Arginine
Bioperine
Plus Proprietary Blends of herbs and plant extracts
How Much To Buy:$69 for 1 Bottle
Warranty:60 Days for Order Date
Do I Recommend:No – Too Many Red Flags but keep reading if you’d like to learn more.
Rating Out of 5 Stars1 Out of 5 stars

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The Truth About Quietum Plus and Tinnitus


I’m guessing many people reading this have likely already made their minds up in regard to Quietum Plus.  Thus Including Its actual effectiveness and its legitimacy compared to other products.

Personally, I have kind of made my mind up too and I feel that just writing this review is pretty pointless considering I’m not going to write anything really good about this product (I don’t think).  

Although, I know people will see this product advertised and they will want to know why they shouldn’t buy it – because after all this is marketed as something that can make a huge difference in people’s lives.    

As It goes without saying that Tinnitus and Ear Ringing can be unbearable. 

Exactly why anything that might even have a small chance of making it stop is worth taking a look at. Surely?   

And I’m guessing many people will think this – and even though I don’t really trust this supplement to do the job I’m sure people will still like to know what this is all about.

Because I mean I could be wrong about this!  and  If I am – then I’m sure that those of you struggling with the constant sound of ear ringing will be keen to explore all possible avenues.  

Even taking supplements like Quietum Plusso how about this?


What Is Quietum Plus?


what is quietum plus tinnitus relief supplement

So Quietum Plus we will already know is a dietary supplement marketed as a solution to help relieve tinnitus and ear ringing.  Inside each bottle of this supplement is a blend of ingredients including a formula of Vitamin A, Various B Vitamins, Zinc, Bioperine, L-Tyrosine, and L-Arginine as well as an extensive proprietary blend of herbs and plant extracts. 

I will come back to this blend further down but besides this.

Each bottle of Quietum Plus contains 60 capsules.  The recommended dose is 2 capsules a day.  It is recommended for best results to take these for no less than 8 weeks with light exercise and a sensible diet.

The formula is vegan-friendly made with veggie capsules and according to the Quietum Plus website, it is made with all-natural ingredients.  These appear to work in a number of ways but among these is helping to improve blood flow to the brain and for improving cognitive function. 

I really can not confirm this but this seems to be the case.

Basically, this is my assumption based on the ingredients.  I will explain more about this shortly but anyhow… 


Who Makes Quietum Plus


There is no proper website for the Quietum Plus Tinnitus Relief Formula only the sales page.  The name Patrick Bark is mentioned, who they say is a long-time researcher of plant medicine but if you read the small print you will see that;

who makes quietum plus patrick bark is a pen name used for marketing purposes.  This is a fake persona.

So Partick Bark is a fake persona! – At least Quietum Plus is honest about this but I do wonder why this is necessary. 

Plenty of dietary supplement brands I’ve reviewed now aren’t this shady and secretive.  In fact, some of my top recommended brands for dietary supplements list not just the creator of their products but even the scientists who help produce their products   

Quietum Plus doesn’t list even one person that works for their company xx

Like really what do they have to hide?  Surely if this product is effective as they say what do they have to worry about?

I don’t know! really!  but for those interested in what Quietum Plus Tinnitus Relief potentially has to offer here is a bit more info. for you…


What Are The Claims That Quietum Plus Makes?


The information that is made available about this product really is a joke.  The sale page is probably no longer than 5 or 600 words.  It’s lazy really – not even a video but mostly what it does say is this;

All Quietum Plus Tinnitus Relief users must first follow 5 important rules for better hearing health.  

  • 1.)  Learning more about how the ear works and how to prevent potential harm.
  • 2.)  Training your brain to become a better listener.
  • 3.)  Not putting things in your ear.  Not even earbuds (q tips).
  • 4.)  Not playing music too loud.  Especially through headphones on portable devices.  And…
  • 5.)  Regularly visit your doctor’s surgery (GP) for checkups.

Which is fair enough really.  These things can help improve hearing health I’m sure but how about the actual Quietum Plus Tinnitus Relief supplement?

They say these are all-natural ingredients including some which are quite rare to find.  Of course, they say that Quietum Plus can help improve hearing health but otherwise, the people behind this product just start banging on about what a good deal this is.

However, as I’ve already said I am not convinced this is.  They say you need to take Quietum Plus for at least 8 weeks but then only offer a 60-day warranty. 

Like – what is up with that 🤨 Very suspicious.

So, I wouldn’t blame you if you wanted to stop reading this review and continue your search for a better more reliable product elsewhere BUT just in case you are interested here are the ingredients…


What’s Inside Quietum Plus?


So this might actually be enough to persuade you to give Quietum Plus Tinnitus Relief a try.  I don’t recommend this product really but still, these ingredients are basically why this supplement is supposed to do what it says it does. 

Maybe you could try purchasing these ingredients from other sources.  I think this could be a good resource at least.  You will see these probably in other supplements and it might give you an idea of what to look for in other Supplements but this product’s branding is what I don’t trust.

So, we shall start with…


i.) Vitamin A for Hearing Health


In two studies taken by Lobel in 1949 and 1951, it was found that Vitamin A positively affected both hearing loss and tinnitus [R]

Then further to this, it was found that Nepalese children with a history of ear infections that took Vitamin A supplements were able to prevent hearing loss in later life. 

Quite Interesting considering that Vitamin A deficiency and hearing loss in later life are both said to be very common in Nepal [R]

Also, it is worth noting that Beta Carotene which the human body converts into Vitamin A alongside other Carotenoids (from Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and Folate) can help protect against cochlear damage from vascular compromise and oxidative stress. [R


ii.) B Vitamins for Hearing Health


One incredible claim made by some researchers is that around 50% of elderly Tinnitus sufferers have a Vitamin B12 deficiency. [R]

Inside Quietum Plus this contains Vitamin B1 (as Thiamine Mononitrate), B3 (Niacin), B5 (D-Calcium Pantothenate), B6 (Pyridoxine HCL), and B12 (Cyanocobalamin).  I think there is a notable absence of Vitamin B9 (Folate) but anyway.

So, Vitamin B12 or Cobalamin is believed to help protect the auditory pathway, and taking this in supplement form may help prevent further damage.  It has also been found that supplementation with B12 may provide relief for chronic tinnitus and a suggested dose of 1000 mcg every day should help keep B12 levels in check.  

Other than B12 of course other B-Vitamins can be beneficial so one alternative to try instead of Quietum Plus Tinnitus Relief could be a good quality Vitamin B Complex Supplement

I would suggest taking this alongside Magnesium and Zinc.


iii.) L-Tyrosine and L-Arginine


L-Arginine is often used as a treatment for sensorineural hearing loss. Low Nitric Oxide levels can affect blood flow to the brain which may be a reason for tinnitus and hearing troubles.

So, L-Arginine is an amino acid that creates Nitric Oxide in the body.  Nitric Oxide is a vasodilator that relaxes the inner muscles of our blood vessels, which causes these blood vessels to widen.  This in turn helps to improve blood flow and circulation throughout the body.

Whilst, on the other hand, L-Tyrosine is another amino acid that helps by enhancing the brain-ear connection that helps to maintain healthy hearing.  Taken together these can apparently help relieve Tinnitus and improve hearing health.

Read More:  >>>Related Post:  L-Arginine Plus for Poor Blood Circulation Review<<<


iv.) Zinc Oxide and Hearing Health


Clinical studies have shown a correlation between zinc deficiency, tinnitus, and sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL). [R]

One incredible fact in relation to this is that the inner ear has the highest concentration of Zinc in the whole human body.  For this reason, it definitely appears that this electrolyte and essential mineral is very important for hearing health.

Results-wise several studies have been taken to find out how Zinc supplements affect Tinnitus.  The studies are quite a mixed bag but considering the role, Zinc has to play in our auditory system it is generally safe to assume that it can be beneficial.


v.) Bioperine


Really I can not find any information that Bioperine has any kind of effect on hearing health or tinnitus.  Other than increasing absorption of other ingredients that otherwise may be helpful. 

Bioperine is a patented black pepper extract. Piperine and Capsaicin (found in chili peppers) are very popular in Turmeric Supplements. These ingredients are added to increase the Bioavailability (absorption) of Curcumin.  

I don’t know if this is the case with Quietum Plus and its other ingredients but this does appear to be why it is added. I’ve not found really any info. on this at all.

I will let you decide.  And the other ingredients from the proprietary blend- I will briefly summarize them below. So…


The Quietum Plus Tinnitus Relief Propietary Blend


This I think is quite strange – on the sales page, it mentions Yam, Fenugreek, Dong Quai, Motherwort, Black Cohosh Oat Grass, Pacific Kelp, Blessed Thistle, and Hops Extract... 

quietum plus ingredients label

But when you look at the ingredients label beside Dong Quai, it doesn’t list any of the above ingredients. I have seen a Quietum Plus label with these ingredients but the above is the one from the website.  {Check out this link here to read this label a bit more clearly – it’s at the bottom of the page}


Not sure if any of the following correlates with any of these above but anyhow so; 

  • Tribulus Terrestris:  Several reports claim T. Terrestris can help with Tinnitus. 
  • Epimedium: also known as Horny Goat Weed.  Often used to treat erectile dysfunction. 
  • Catuaba Powder: South American plant with Aphrodisiac properties
  • Dong Quai: Chinese herb that may help treat hypertension.
  • Damiana:  Mexican plant with several possible health benefits  
  • Ashwagandha:  African & Asian shrub that helps calm the brain and lower blood pressure.
  • Muria puama:   Amazonian Shrub used for herbal tonic.
  • Mucana Pruiens: also known as the velvet bean.  Tropical legume.
  • Sarsaparilla Root:  Medicinal root popular with Native American tribes. 
  • Maca Root:  aka Peruvian Ginseng used to make an energy tonic to boost libido. 
  • Ginger and Asparagus:  Natural detoxifiers

Note:  So going through each ingredient I see quite a lot of these are used medicinally for erectile dysfunction, increasing libido, and sexual performance.  If you struggle in these you might be on to a winner xx

But jokes aside there is a possible link between erectile dysfunction and tinnitus.  Mostly because both can be attributed to blood flow and circulation. 

Restricted blood flow is responsible for ED for obvious reasons but why it might cause tinnitus is that restricted blood flow can result in a kind of burst dam effect.  So a sudden rush of blood can cause tinnitus.

I am no expert but this I think is why Quietum Plus could possibly help people.


So… Does Quietum Plus Really Work


Now what I mean here is that these plant extracts, vitamins, and amino acids that are (apparently) found in Quietum Plus may help as a remedy for hypotension (low blood pressure).  This is actually surprisingly common with sufferers of Tinnitus.

>>>Related Post: [Tinnitus with Low Blood Pressure – How Are They Linked!]<<<

Many say that resolving hypotension has helped subdue their ear ringing.  Really this does make sense considering that Tinnitus can be worsened by blood moving through our veins and arteries with more force.  [R]  As I have mentioned but also Tinnitus might be caused by a deficiency of certain vitamins and minerals that the blood needs to transport.

I will let you think about this.  One good idea if you suffer from tinnitus is to invest in a blood pressure monitor.  Your normal range should be around 120/80 but if it is considerably lower than this then this will indicate low BP (hypotension).

I am definitely quite skeptical about whether this product can help or not but if you have tinnitus and low BP maybe this could help.  Just try it and see and if you have no improvement in 7 weeks from your order date – contact Quietum Plus for a refund.  Ask them if they will extend their warranty even if you can as they do so 8 weeks is how long you should take these.


Is Quietum Plus Safe?


OK, straight up – whilst I can not answer this question with a lot of confidence I would assume that as long as you don’t exceed the recommended daily dosage you should be fine.  On the label, it says do not take more than 4 capsules daily.

However,  contrary to this some ingredients within Quietum Plus do seem as if they could cause side effects.  

I can not be definitely sure about this – Horny Goat Weed is one but I’m sure there could be others.  It seems to me that by taking Quietum Plus to the letter you would not be exceeding these dosages by too much so probably nothing to worry about.  

Although, if you have allergies you should be aware that this supplement could be produced in a factory with ingredients that can cause allergies.  If you are allergic to gluten, dairy, soy, shellfish, nuts, tree nuts, etc.  Proceed with Caution xx

Also, it is recommended not to take this supplement if you are under 18, pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking medication.


Directions for Usage


Another thing I don’t like about Quietum Plus is that it doesn’t have any clear directions for usage – either on the bottle or on the sales page but based on my own experience with other supplements I would say either before breakfast or dinner take 2 capsules with a glass of water. 

It does say on the bottle don’t exceed 4 capsules so you can try taking 3 or 4 a day but just be careful as this can increase the risk of negative side effects.  As explained in the last section.


My Verdict


Do I think Quietum Plus is a worthwhile solution for Tinnitus or improving hearing health?  I actually wouldn’t dismiss it completely.  Taking supplements is good but not all of them are good products.  Really I think if you sourced the ingredients individually that I’ve listed above – a good source of Vitamin A, B Vitamins, Zinc, L-Arginine maybe Bioperine, and some of these exotic plant extracts such as Horny Goat Weed, Ashwagandha, and Dong Quai.

However, as Quietum Plus is such an amateur brand with little to instill any confidence about its legitimacy I would definitely look elsewhere to other possible solutions.  Supplements I think really could be the solution but look for those with good reviews.  I can not guarantee any of these will work but here are my suggestions if you also have low BP / Poor circulation.

Alternative Treatments To Consider

 

i.) L-Arginine Plus By Elements of Health Care


If you do have low blood pressure (hypotension) as well as Tinnitus then this I think is a really good product to try out instead of Quietum Plus.  I’ve discussed above a bit about how L-Arginine helps the body create Nitric Oxide which helps blood vasodilation (widening of the arteries).  Well, L-Arginine Plus is great for this. 

Also, not only this but it also contains several B-Vitamins, Magnesium, L-Citrulline, and Reservatrol from Red Wine Extract.

It does not contain the exotic plant extracts apparently found inside Quietum Plus but still has many positive reviews and of course, as this is a proven treatment of low blood pressure it may also be good for tinnitus.

ii.) HFL Solution Blood Flow Optimizer


In theory, I would apply the same logic to this product as L-Arginine Plus.  HFL Solutions is a trusted company with numerous positive reviews for its various different products.  Their Blood Flow Optimizer is another product that looks good for poor circulation.  It is almost completely different from both products ingredients-wise but over 14K reviews so…

 

iii.) Other Possible Treatments?


Another thing that I’ve read about Tinnitus and especially hearing loss is that this can be caused by the brain-ear connection.  It’s kind of complicated to explain but when our ears receive sounds they then transmit them to the brain via an electric signal and when we lose hearing we experience tinnitus this is not caused by the ear’s transmitters (stereocilia) but rather our brain’s neuro receptors.  Tinnitus by this logic could be like white noise.

So by this logic treating tinnitus may be achieved by nourishing the brain with the nutrients it requires to resolve issues like brain fog and inflammation.  We may find that the right Nootropics might actually be the solution here – Ginko Bilboa is quite often mentioned here and NAC (N-Acetyl L-Cysteine) too.   I will share a few links in a table below – see what you think…


Final Word


Is Quietum Plus Just Another Tinnitus Scam?  I would say it probably isn’t but if you are considering giving it a try don’t get your hopes up too much.  I could be wrong but too many red flags for me. 

Shame as I would like to find a good tinnitus relief treatment but still yet to find one.  I definitely think these supplements are onto something with their ingredients but still, I am yet to find any with good reviews or verifiable company information.

Once I do I will definitely follow this review up with another post but till then any suggestions would be great to hear from you.

Drop me a message in the comments below and I will get back to you ASAP

If you have read this far thanks for reading ~ hope this has been helpful!

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Alexander B. Chivers
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