If you, your partner or someone close to you contracts herpes, the first course of action needs to be seeing a specialist and getting to know about the situation as much as possible. Naturally, you will probably be provided with medications that will absolutely help you lessen the chances of having outbreaks every now and then. While there are many herpes patients who are following this entire process and finding help, there are also many who are dwindling towards certain so-called herbal preparations and supplements which are not helpful.
Yes, to the absolute horror of many, there are several drug/pharmaceutical companies that love to dupe actual patients who require the instant help of the right medications! While promising that the wrong drug will cure a certain patient’s problem is terrible, swearing that your own drug will cure a patient of a disease that is not curable is a whole other level of wrongdoing. For instance, herpes is a condition that you will have for the rest of your life, if you manage to acquire it. Although many people who have just heard of it assume that horrific disease that guarantees an early death, others understand that herpes is not deadly. They also understand that having herpes could certainly test your patience if you happen to contract it somehow. This is why a heinous lie such as completely helping a patient get rid of their herpes problem with a mere drug, is unacceptable.
During the month of May in 2011, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued notices to several drugs that promised impossible treatments and cures for herpes, namely:
- Never an Outbreak
The FDA also handed out letters to the companies mentioned below:
An example of herpes medication scams, this product’s company actually spent their time till the year 2012 claiming that they can not only reduce the seriousness of their herpes and the sores due to it, but could also lessen the overall outbreak time periods. Apparently, their Phase III trials were the key to this unbelievable lock.
During the year of 2010, the Complaint Resolution Panel clearly asked Dynamiclear to remove certain claims, such as:
- the product can start producing instant results;
- the product provides with instant relief;
- the product makes sure that its treatment for herpes 1 cold sores is better than normal herpes 1 sore products;
- the product makes sure that its treatment for herpes 1 cold sores is far more quicker than herpes 1 sore products;
- the product has been proven clinically;
- the product has been proven clinically as a method to reduce sore healing time;
- the product has been endorsed by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA);
- the product is so useful, the patient need not make use of other herpes 1 sore products;
- the product is at least 70% more successful and efficient than other cold sore items;
- the product has no side effects whatsoever;
- the product gets you rid of all of your cold sores in the matter of just three days;
- the product has been proven clinically safe and effective for cold sore burning, itching, redness and blisters;
- the product has been shown to have noteworthy positive effect on the cold sores in a matter of just one day.
Dynamiclear not only failed to act on the issued warning, they still have not even acknowledged the fact that they have been cheating patients. Since this product was made in Australia, the United States does not have any say over this case. Unfortunately, Dynamiclear is listed in Australia as a medicine, but is not officially registered. Apparently, as long as your product is considered as “safe” by the board in Australia, your medicine will appear as listed. However, the board does not take into consideration that the drug may not even be effective at all! Despite the fact that Dynamiclear does not cause harm to the patients, it sure costs them unnecessary money.
Even though there are several people who are desperate for remedies that will work “a 100%”, despite the treatment they are probably already receiving. These individuals may purchase the products in a moment of naivety. However, there are others who require a little persuasion, which is where drug review sites come in. There are a bunch of websites that have promoted Dynamiclear and other similar drugs, a clear indication that they are being operated by the people of these medications’ companies. Some of these fake sites are as follows: