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have fibroids and am considering using a natural herbal medicine called fibroclear. Please do you have any information on fibroclear. Thanks

By August 27, 2010 - 10:56pm
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Hi ykas

Thanks for your question!

The only information we have on Fibroclear is what's publicly known. The website (and other connected to it) is very basic - with no information other than what herbs are used, glowing endorsements from people with no contact information and the recommendations are from two 'doctors' who are not working as doctors - one is a beauty consultant (who says she dropped out of her residency but managed to do beauty and make-up gigs in between her hospital shifts - seriously?) and there is no professional information on the other 'doctor'. That's very rare, these days - almost impossible.

The owner (a 'master' herbalist and 'medical researcher' whose credentials are nowhere to be found), claims to use "witchcrafted herbs" in her products. Nothing is FDA approved although to be fair, most supplements are not. All the websites, "testimonials" (who all sound like the exact same woman on the Firboclear site) claim to cure everything from infertility to any reproductive condition to hawking fat burning "teas" (and trying to link her products to Oprah Winfrey which is illegal as Winfrey does not allow these fake endorsements and once found, these websites face lawsuits). Their "live help" is inactive and works as an email service.

I don't know whether these products work. Perhaps others can give their input here. But take these "witchcraft" medications at your own risk and advise your doctor first. Do your own research into this company and act accordingly. You may be happy with the product; you may not. That's a risk everyone takes when ordering from websites.


August 28, 2010 - 3:37pm
(reply to Susan Cody)

Thanks, really appreciate your candid opinion.

August 29, 2010 - 1:29pm
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