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Neophyn – Parkinson’s Relief


Neophyn – Parkinson’s Relief


– 1 Bottle = 30ml

– 200 Sprays Per Bottle

– Serving Size: 3-4 Sprays

– Equivalent To A One Month Supply

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Trademarked and patented worldwide as a New Combination of Matter that binds nicotine with amino acids and alkaloids toward the effective relief of Parkinson’s disease symptoms, Neophyn™ is a natural product with no side effects that is the key to a better life for sufferers of Parkinson’s Disease. This product contains FDA approved ingredients.

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Very interesting. Will you give it a try?

akgirlsrock in reply to Despe

I just saw it on Facebook, wondering if anyone has tried it.

Despe in reply to akgirlsrock

I have no Facebook account and never heard of it until now. I would like to read more about it.

akgirlsrock in reply to Despe

Just Google name info will pop up🙂

It looks too new to have a reliable track record. The website has been under construction until very recently. The information on the website is vague. And a report on Manta (which may or may not be reliable) says the company has one employee.

And $90 for 30 ml seems high.

In my opinion, lots of red flags on their Website:

- no ingredients listed

- no photo of product bottles

- describe themselves as high tech neurological research but this is what is found in their return policy:

If your clothing item is in like new condition, you may exchange your clothing item for a different size or color. You will not be subject to a restocking fee in this case, but you still will have to pay return shipping.

Mail your returned item to:

YourStore Name

Returns Department Tracking #

123 Your Store Road

Store City, Store State Store Zip Code

Personnaly, I would not enter my credit card number in there... but that's just my impression.

People, people, people. Time to get your bull sh*t meter back to the shop for recalibration.

I pronounce this a blatant, unadulterated fraud -- based on; 1) the description, "...the key to a better life...," 2) I have not ever seen a Google search produce effectively zero results. All of the relevant ones are trademark registration, 3) price, and lastly and most important, 4) it has never been mentioned on this forum or on Science of Parkinson's.


We've made a lot of suggestions on this forum such as creating an informational database about thiamine, a more efficient search tool for HU, surveys, etc.

I think we ought to create a scam award competition. People can nominate contenders, present rationales, and vote on first-place, second-place, and third-place.

It would help tap down the collective vulnerability.

I nominate Anthony Williams the medical medium, celery juice guru. :)

Rwor in reply to MBAnderson


Another red flag: "patented worldwide as a New Combination of Matter.... This product contains FDA approved ingredients" - It cannot be both short of going through a lengthy and expensive approval process.

Juliegrace in reply to park_bear

"FDA approved ingredients" just means it could have one or two ingredients such as cellulose or another filler. It's a way to fool people into thinking it's an FDA approved product.

Beware of snake oil salesmen



I found this website which actually has content. It's very generic and looks like the site was put together in 15 minutes. The company is registered out of Las Vegas and I found that the founder of the company has filed patents. I wouldn't risk my wife's health by trying anything which doesn't have proven 3rd party clinical trials though.

Today he requested Join the Facebook group Parkinson’s thiamine hcl. I asked him, do you have Parkinson’s? I am going to turn him down.


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