1. Does it really work?
TinnaRex has been very effective with a very high success rate. We get an extremely high reorder rate on the product, indicating that our customers are very satisfied with it. In fact, it has been sold to literally thousands of customers in virtually every country around the world!
2. How long has this product been on the market?
All of our products were created by a Clinical Psychologist in conjunction with homeopaths and naturopaths. Our psychologist has provided them to her clients, with great success, for over ten years. At Native Remedies, you will find the highest quality natural medicine for your health, professionally formulated in therapeutic dosages by a leading clinical psychologist and that is why we are "The Psychologist's Natural Choice".
3. What does Tinnarex do?
TinnaRex is a proven, effective 100% natural and safe herbal and homeopathic remedy for relieving tinnitus and symptoms and addressing the various causes of this condition. TinnaRex reduces ringing in the ears and other noises of tinnitus, treats circulatory disorders often implicated in tinnitus, counteracts the negative effects of aspirin use and reduces fatigue and stress contributing to the symptoms of tinnitus.
4. What does TinnaRex contain?
TinnaRex contains the following ingredients:
- Maidenhair Tree (Ginkgo biloba) is derived from one of the oldest trees on earth and has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries. Its beneficial properties have only been discovered by the West during the last 20 years, where clinical studies have indicated its effectiveness in supporting the functioning of the circulatory system and improving common conditions associated with the normal ageing process. It has been researched for its ability to support healthy hearing. (Hoffmann, F., Beck, C., Schutz, A., and Offermann, P. "Ginkgo extract EGb 761 (tenobin)/HAES versus naftidrofuryl (Dusodril)/HAES. A randomized study of therapy of sudden deafness". Laryngorhinootologie 1994;73(3):149-152.)
- Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinale) is often used to support health and strength in blood vessels and is also an excellent circulation tonic. Rosemary acts as an invigorating herb, promoting balanced mood and imparting energy and a zest for life.
- Oatstraw (Avena sativa) is made from the wild oat plant and is a well known restorative and nerve tonic. Avena sativa is also effective in maintaining healthy circulation.
- European vervain (Verbena officinalis) is well-known for its ability to relieve common tension and stress and to promote balance and harmony in the nervous system, supporting feelings of well-being.
- Salicylicum acidum (30C) is remedy indicated for those who need to support balance, clear and undisturbed hearing as well as the health of the circulatory system.
5. Is TinnaRex approved by the FDA?
The FDA oversees all food and drug products. Since TinnaRex is a herbal dietary supplement, it falls under the ambit of the FDA. In 1994 the FDA set up guidelines for dietary supplements, including labeling requirements, and created the Dietary Supplement Health Education Act (DSHEA). TinnaRex follows all of DSHEA's guidelines. In addition, Native Remedies is an FDA-registered Food Facility, and all of our products are manufactured in a Pharmaceutical Graded, GMP-certified facility to guarantee the highest degree of consistency, reliability and potency.
6. What is the proper dosage?
Dilute drops in a small amount of water, juice or milk.
Adults & Children 10+: Take 0.25 mL in 1/4 cup of water 3 times daily.
Caution: If symptoms persist or worsen, a healthcare professional should be consulted. Safety during pregnancy and breastfeeding has not yet been established. Do not use concurrently with Warfarin or other blood thinning medication.
7. In what form does TinnaRex come in?
TinnaRex comes in convenient tincture form.
8. How do you properly store this product?
Best storage is in a cool (not cold) dark place out of direct sunlight such as a cupboard or closet. The product does not need to be refrigerated.
9. How long until results are seen?
Relief is generally felt within minutes of taking TinnaRex, although stubborn cases may take a little more time to respond. Over a few weeks of using this natural remedy regularly, the sounds of tinnitus will be significantly reduced and heard much less frequently.
10. How long will a bottle last?
One 60 mL bottle of TinnaRex will last approximately 80 days.
11. Is TinnaRex habit forming?
TinnaRex is 100% natural, safe, effective and is not habit forming and has no side effects. You can quite safely take TinnaRex daily without fear of addiction.
12. Can I take it with other medications?
DO NOT use TinnaRex concurrently with Warfarin or other blood thinning medication.
13. Can I take it if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
Caution: Safety during pregnancy and breastfeeding has not been established.
14. How common is tinnitus?
Nearly 36 million Americans suffer from tinnitus and it is estimated that almost one in five people will experience tinnitus at some time in their life. Over seven million people have tinnitus so severe and resistant to treatment that it prevents them from leading a normal life.
15. Can other people hear the noise of tinnitus?
Although the noise of tinnitus can not usually be heard by others, in cases where it is caused by abnormalities of blood flow, your doctor may well be able to hear the noise - especially with a stethoscope.
16. Why is my tinnitus worse at night?
When you are busy during the day you may be more distracted by your daily activities and also the everyday sounds that surround you. At night, when your surroundings are quiet, the noise of tinnitus may become comparatively loud and constant. Tiredness and fatigue also tend to make tinnitus worse.
17. When should I consult my health care practitioner?
Tinnitus rarely indicates a dangerous condition and, apart from the annoyance and detrimental effects on your lifestyle, is not harmful in itself. However, if tinnitus is persistent, worsens over time or is associated with hearing loss or dizziness, it is important to consult your health care provider.
18. What else can I do?
There are a few things you can do to help cope with your condition by decreasing the noise of tinnitus and increasing your tolerance to it:
- Avoid any prolonged exposure to loud music and noise.
- Substances that are known to have negative effects on tinnitus include nicotine, caffeine, tonic water, alcohol and aspirin. Try to reduce your intake of food, drinks and medications containing these substances.
- Prescription drugs such as anti-inflammatories, sedatives, antidepressants and antibiotics all have the potential to trigger tinnitus. Speak to your health care provider about an alternative treatment if you use any of these drugs regularly or see our range of natural remedies for a wide variety of conditions.
- As tinnitus is usually more noticeable in quiet surroundings, a competing sound provided by a “white noise” producer, music, a ticking clock or radio static at low volume may be useful in masking the noise. For people with hearing loss, a hearing aid may help tinnitus by amplifying outside sounds and making the tinnitus noise less noticeable.
- Stress and fatigue can both worsen the symptoms of tinnitus so try to get adequate rest and investigate methods of stress management that appeal to you, whether regular exercise and leisure activities or relaxation therapy.
- There are therapies available which train the brain to 'screen out' the sounds of tinnitus. Speak to an audiologist or your health practitioner for more information.