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Re: I believe that if a product is not effective for you
thanatos Views: 1,996
Published: 16 years ago
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Re: I believe that if a product is not effective for you

"Maybe they have a buck to loose I reckon."

Or maybe they're sick of the products that companies are putting out based on suppressed Science & will for every day of their lives until a cure is found criticize every single product that aims at revealing telling the truth and hacking cientific studies to produce a desired result in order to make a buck off of misery.

I will continue to knock, knock and knock some more until the field of halitosis isn't being played upon by profiteers. If more people knock, knock, knock like I do, maybe we'd have a cure by now. So long as everyone is willfully misinformed and content with hopping from one cure to the next because some holistic website pointed them to it, then companies will be more than happy to keep selling them.

Maybe I shouldn't be blaming companies for taking advantage of our gullibility and maybe I shouldn't criticize them for capitalizing on the mass majority of halitosis sufferer's who really don't take the time to really understand what the problem is.

You all want to keep running around in circles? All of these "cures" have been around for years and years - some for decades and more yet for most of us they're exciting brand new developments. We're repeating the same old cycles with the same old products that people have been going through for a very long time.

I find our gullible and desperate situation disheartening and I find it sickening that there are people out there who knowingly try to capitalize on them.

I have criticized nearly everyone from Dr. Katz to Dr. Speiser to Professor Tagg and every product with exception to a few. To say that I knock only one product is incorrect.

I'm knocking one thing in general: Products inflated with hacked up science.

And from whom am I making a buck from? What company? Therabreath? Breeze? BLiS? I criticize them all. My main focus is criticizing "replacement therapy bacteria" as a treatment for hlitosis because this is going to start a new trend for the next decade or two that will promise cures just like every other cure that has hit the market. Mark my words, this trend will start booming within 5 years and they will all be as effective in treating bad breath as Breath Assure. Time will prove my points. HOw much time do we have before life completely passes us by?

Many of you have read my posts and I'll keep on posting my findings because new sufferers are finding these boards every single day and posts are quickly bumped. Everywhere they turn on the net they see that such and such product cures bad breath. At least I'm giving the rest of the story.


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