H86; Myth Or Real?

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Ken Says:

The HSI website is SOOOOO...classically laid out in the 'push' format that doesn't let you see where' its going until you get to "Order Now."

I have no genuine knowledge about what they're selling or saying - in terms of validity - but I can definitively state this: Whenever I've seen a website set up like HSI's (usually its for financial services of some sort), it's been designed to lure people into making impulse purchases. The method used is always the same. The site discusses case after case from semi-anonymous testimony givers, indicating great success, but almost always using only initials or first names.

Another indication is when the price of the product(s) is unusually high, but bears no reason for being so (except, perhaps amassing a future fund for legal cases and criminal prosecution). Unusually high priced products carry one or more reasons that justify the price. They might be truly unique, protected by patents or prescription requirements, or have a 'wow' factor like the iPhone. If the product is just expensive, but not proven to have any value, then high pricing should be considered suspect. It may be that the company is trying to 'get in' and 'get out' in a very short time, make a lot of money, avoid getting caught for false or illegal claims, and then move on to another venture under another name, or in another industry.

When an individual, or company, intends to make sales their main (on only) objective...as opposed to methodical R&D or other legit pursuits...they can buy a prepared site that looks just like HSI's. Conversely, when a company wants to impart REAL information that can genuinely help humanity, the chances are that the website will NOT be a per-packaged series of templates from a web-marketing company that the site 'owner' fills-in, but something far more informative with far LESS of a "push" to make an impulse-buy. If a cure works, or even helps a lot, the news will get around. It always does. Stay alert, stay careful, stay calm. Read and research till you drop. Look for true validation, wherever you can find it. Best of Luck to All!

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Ken Says:

Check out: "AWGE (Original from Hungary)". It seems to be an evolution of the product that HSI is selling. Also look at avemar.com. This seems to be the same, or similar product.

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David Says:

Hi Ken,

Thanks for all the info on HSI. You put into words everything I was feeling about their website coming off as some sort of sketchy company. The way they designed it to lure people in is indicative of many other scam sites I've come across over the years. I think H-86 (avemar) is real and may very well work for cancer. However my research and experience leads me to believe that there are a plethora of natural cancer treatments/cures out there, namely in the form of plant-based supplements. It's just that our country has turned cancer into a profit driven business (e.g. walk for breast cancer, wearing pink ribbons, etc) and refuses to educate people about how to cure themselves. I'm not going to get into all the details with that now, but because of this, we as individuals should take some time to inform ourselves if we don't want to buy into their schemes.

I'd strongly encourage anyone who may be seeking treatment options for cancer to go ahead and research "natural cancer cures". With anything from raw fruit/vegetable juice, the THC/CBD found in marijuana, to a simple essential oil (frankincense), an alkaline diet, or even baking soda, cancer can't survive as long as we continue to educate ourselves on the things that doctors wont. For if they did, my theory is that they wouldn't have any returning customers, which makes for bad business.

Anyone else have thoughts to share on this?

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Caramelo Says:

I have used several products from HSI and they all worked for me and a few others. I also worked with the health care reform and I know that the culprits are the medical doctors and their prescriptions and I believe the pharmaceuticals are the worst scam around. It's all about the money and not the health of an individual. I have over 20 years of a holistic lifestyle; it all boils down to you putting your health first and eating natural foods instead of chemical laced processed food! Our bodies were made from the ground; we are naturally made not chemically made! The world is finding out the two don't mix!

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