** Originally posted by intensity **
This product called QuickRelief claims to PERMANENTLY CURE Psoriasis completely in 98% of those who use it for 90 days. And it claims that after the 90 days, you don't even need to take it anymore.
I'm not going to post their Web site address here, just google it to find it.
Remember that old adage "If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is?"
Well if there was ever a test of that warning, here it is.
Their claim is unequivocal and clear: It CURES Psoriasis.
From the QuickRelief Web site:
"The cause of psoriasis and eczema is still yet unknown, but we have discovered the perfect cure ...."
You can't get an more up in your face against an entire industry built around psoriasis research -- not to mention the federal government -- who clearly state that THERE IS NO CURE FOR PSORIASIS.
Which do you figure is more likely to be accurate about whether of not there is a cure for psoriasis: the entire scientific community, or some unknown persons selling an unevaluated pill online who deosn't even post the company name or contact information?
I have my own guess at that one.
I wonder if anyone here has used this product and what they experienced. Apparently someone has used it since they claim on the site that it has appeared on just about every news outlet, billboard and junior high school newsletter in the country.
Here is the question...
Is this just another psoriasis scam that the FDA has not had a chance to prosecute yet?