Anyone with Neuropathy Tried Neuracel? Looks like another scam product to me.

By imjohn Latest Reply 2016-03-05 12:53:51 -0600
Started 2014-07-04 13:56:01 -0500

It has a few flowery herbs, high price tag and slick marketing so I'm highly suspicious. There are testimonials from people that say it works, but they may be phony. Please share either way - if it helped or is bogus.

I also don't trust these guys because they have a "free trial" where they send a bottle (but you pay the postage.) If you forget and don't cancel within 14 days, they send another bottle and charge a high price on your credit card. I suspect their return policy also says you have to vomit and return the pills you took plus pay the return postage.

Maybe I should be more trusting, but when I do return things I usually pay for a delivery receipt so the company can't claim they never received it.

Sorry about the rant, but please let me know if you've tried this product or found help for neuropathy.

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Lilyhannah 2016-03-05 12:53:51 -0600 Report

Neuracell really worked for me. I was able to sleep at night, work and exercise, and walk distances. I was trying to order them again, however I haven't found them again. I wish they would have kept sending the pills.

mcmbkk 2016-01-23 20:24:44 -0600 Report

No you're Right. They still get your credit card number and that starts a problem. Lots of people have been charged for all sorts of things like monthly charges for the product, etc. don't do it! Ask your Doc.

WASHED OUT 2016-01-23 11:15:30 -0600 Report

Well I am not so sure I want to feel more pain or have to take more pain killers to keep from hurting. It seems that this drug enhances the feeling in the nerves and may cause more pain, and as it says should be accompanied with pain killers.

Seanile 2015-07-16 17:44:48 -0500 Report

I have been using Neuracel in conjunction with Lyrica 150mg 4x daily for over a year and have noticed significant reduction in my neuropatic pain.

Eagleman777 2015-07-02 23:16:03 -0500 Report

Hi does anybody know if there is anything that I can do for peripheral neuropathy. Im in lots of pain all the time. Ive tried .everything help.

Jazzdoc1 2016-01-23 09:53:08 -0600 Report

7 mos later I find your post. Peripheral neuropathy is most likely Epstein-Barr or shingle virus that is either attacking or creating inflammation of your nervous system. This is true for diabetic or any other type of neuropathy. Mainstream medicine has not recognize this as a possibility as of yet. I am an alternative health care Doctor Who is only recently discovered this if you're interested in more information you can reply back

kenholmz 2014-10-24 13:31:54 -0500 Report

I want to offer you this link. This is for your information and research; it is not an endorsement. I just think it is worth researching.

imjohn 2015-01-04 13:50:13 -0600 Report

thanks Ken,
I'm always looking for something that actually works with us real people, since there's so much BS in print. I didn't see anything In the study about this helping peripheral neuropathy, but neuropathy in general, so it may help and seems worth trying.

jayabee52 2014-10-25 03:04:11 -0500 Report

Howdy Ken
Thanks for sharing.
This looks promising, but human trials are needed for the oral method of delivery of this suppliment.

God's best to you


midnightflash 2014-09-10 14:18:38 -0500 Report

There's always a "Hook" out there to make money, more so than really trying to help anyone. While I do not at this point have diabetes, my mother did (Passed away) and I have two brothers with diabetes. I do however have neuroapathy. Homeopathic remedies and essential oils haven't worked for me. I have found that LYRICA (Pregabalin) made be Pfizer does help. You are supposed to take it every day. I take it once or twice a week to save on my supply and or future costs, but it does help. Is it a cure-all? I don't think there is any true cure-all out there. But this works for me. I just asked my doctor for some samples and that works for now.

Cajunheart54 2015-02-23 09:47:03 -0600 Report

As far as oils, I've used Spikenard for myself and my husband (on our feet) and it's the only thing that gave us relief. It's expensive but well worth it for us and it lasts a long time because it's used in a carrier oil. I just wondered if you had used this one oil.

Timbo in Tuttle
Timbo in Tuttle 2014-08-08 12:30:28 -0500 Report

I did try it and honestly I think it worked to some extend but not 100%. I canceld the second shipment befor they could charge me $45+ for the next bottle. I have two more pils to take and then I'm finished with the "trial". I'm going to wait to see what happens after a week or so. I thought it was a scam too but I figured what the hell, my feet where killing me. I was very cautious because when I goggled it what came up seemed to be 95% self advertisement for it. Also, when I called to cancel it seemed like I was talking to somebody at hoe (which it could have been). He told me I had to call another number to cancel. I called that numbers and got a voise message. Then the guy from the number I called first called me back to say he could cancel me. It just seemed odd but I haven't been charged for any other shipment. That's my story with it. If my pain comes back I "might" give it another go but the price is really high and I DON'T want to pay that.

Hope this helps

Just Joyce
Just Joyce 2014-07-04 17:16:37 -0500 Report

It is a scam. Anything that claims to be a cure usually is and people are actually paid for their testimonials. When I bought my last car, the dealership wanted to pay me for a testimonial about how easy it was to purchase my car.

If it says free trial but pay for postage, think about it, the product is probably no good or they would not be trying to give it away. I live in the city when a new drug dealer moves into an area, the first thing they do is give a way samples. The first few days the drugs are good but eventually they cut them even more and the end results only keeps people coming back more frequently.

My neuropathy got much better once I got my blood sugar under control. I never had to take any kind of medication for it.

haoleboy 2014-07-04 14:38:30 -0500 Report

interestingly enough it was featured here on Diabetic Connect as an "emerging product that has shown success in treating diabetic neuropathy "

jayabee52 2014-07-04 14:11:26 -0500 Report

Howdy John
I believe that I can safely say that this is a SCAM. I have learned the hard way when ordering things from the TV or Internet. I have learned to "just don't do it"!

Unfortunately of all the things I've tried for neuropathy nothing has worked for me.

God's best

imjohn 2014-07-05 12:30:49 -0500 Report

Hi James,
Have you tried taking B vitamins and ALA? These are cheap and seem to help some.

Timbo in Tuttle
Timbo in Tuttle 2014-08-08 12:31:34 -0500 Report

What's ALA?

Pegsy 2014-08-08 16:54:35 -0500 Report

Alpha Lypoic Acid. I take R Lypoic Acid because I heard it works better. I used to have a lot of numbness in my feet. Now the numbness is only in my toes and very mild. Not sure if it's the RLA or just better control or both.

Pegsy 2014-08-11 13:44:05 -0500 Report

It does take time. I've been taking it for about a year. Still just a little numbness in my toes but gradually disappearing.

imjohn 2015-01-04 13:51:44 -0600 Report

I'm just curious if you're taking anything else for neuropathy? If not this may be a good supplement.

kaseycs 2015-01-03 21:41:27 -0600 Report

What milligram of R Lipoic Acid are your taking and how many per day. I have been taking ALA and not helping numbness but am taking 300 mg twice daily.

jayabee52 2015-01-04 03:39:41 -0600 Report

Howdy kaseycs
I was up to 1600 mg per day and I didn't notice a reduction in the burning pain in my legs. Nothing I have tried so far has helped.

I pray that something will help you.


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