Where are the double-blind trials for NANO SOMA?
Some people ask, “Where are the double-blind trial results?”.
This question arises from the assumption that we readily make in our modern world, that everything that treats disease or infection has to be a pharmaceutical or treated as such.
NANO SOMA is made from food and water we eat and drink every day, has no known side effects, has been in use for 10 years for treating many health conditions as demonstrated in this 60 pages of testimonials and is safer than salt and sugar. This is a very different scenario from a vaccine or other pharmaceutical product.
There is, perhaps, no known pharmaceutical product which does not have side-effects and, to my knowledge, none of them have a 100% efficacy. In essence, this arises because these compounds and often complex mixtures of ingredients are not natural to the body, and so, we see these mixed responses as these materials try to persuade the body to behave in an unnatural way. NANO SOMA is a completely different proposition, being made mostly from pristine Swiss water and with a small percentage of a nanoemulsion of policosanol, along with some other minor ingredients to ensure its stability. We consume all of these ingredients as part of our daily food intake, and all the ingredients are GRAS (Generally Regarded as Safe) by the US FDA. And so, there is simply no reason to consider conducting double-blind trials for NANO SOMA. Double-blind trials are never run on food or water, and this is what NANO SOMA is.
Further, there is a strong argument that these so-called double-blind trials that are run by the pharmaceutical industry do not actually provide the protection and the evidence that is claimed for them. This paper from Nature illustrates this very well, and this article adds to the questions surrounding this hallowed practice.
And so, there will not be any double-blind trials run for NANO SOMA. It’s food.