Tinnitus is a horribly stressful condition that plagues millions of Americans every year. Clarity2 is a nutritional supplement (not a drug) that claims to relieve tinnitus, also known as ringing in the ears. Find out if Clarity2 actually works today in our review.
What is Clarity2?
Clarity2 is a tinnitus relief formula that promises to use natural ingredients to relieve ringing in your ears. Its herbal formula promises to be safe and effective at treating tinnitus caused by all different things – like ear infections, wax buildup, and nasal allergies.
If your tinnitus has become bothersome, and if you have a constant ringing in your ears, then Clarity2 promises to help you using a safe and effective herbal remedy. In addition to herbs, the formula contains amino acids, antioxidants, and vitamins and minerals that promise to make it an extremely effective at-home tinnitus remedy – at least, that’s what the Utah-based manufacturer claims.
What is this herbal remedy and how does it work? Let’s take a closer look.
How Does Clarity2 Work?
Clarity2 calls itself a “hearing and tinnitus supplement”. It won’t just treat your tinnitus, but it will also improve your hearing. Basically, the makers of Clarity2 have just mashed a bunch of herbs, amino acids, and vitamins together. Each ingredient has been connected to improved hearing symptoms in some way or another.
Here’s a breakdown of each ingredient:
Ginkgo Biloba: This popular herb can be found in everything from nootropics to tinnitus relief supplements. The makers of Clarity2 cite one 1986 study where 35% of patients taking ginkgo biloba cured their tinnitus in 70 days. Other than that, there’s little evidence that ginkgo biloba can affect your hearing in any way.
Vinpocetine: This is another popular nootropic ingredient that, for some reason, has been included in Clarity2. The makers of Clarity2 admit that vinpocetine improves cerebral blood flow (the amount of blood going to your brain). They say that vinpocetine “Helps boost the cerebral metabolism”, which then increases serotonin production and improves glucose levels within the brain. It’s unclear how this is related to curing tinnitus.
Vitamin B12: Vitamin B12 is typically added to supplements to improve absorption. However, the makers of Clarity2 cite one study where 12 patients experienced improved tinnitus symptoms after undergoing vitamin B12 replacement therapy.
Ginger Root: Ginger root helps boost circulation, reduce inflammation, and relieve symptoms of dizziness. The manufacturer claims that this doesn’t actually treat your tinnitus, it just helps you deal with the dizziness some people get with tinnitus.
Niacinamide: This creates a temporary flushing effect that helps boost circulation of more oxygen into the inner ear, which thus reduces ear noise.
Cinnamon Bark: Increases blood circulation and “breaks up stagnation”.
As evidence for these benefits, Clarity2 cites just 4 studies on its “Why It Works” page. Most of the studies didn’t give impressive results: the gingko biloba study, for example, had a failure rate of 65% (only 35% of patients relieved symptoms).
There’s another big problem with all of these ingredients: the makers of Clarity2 don’t list any dosage information.
Despite the lack of dosage information, the makers of the supplement repeatedly link to studies that “prove” each ingredient improves your hearing and cures your tinnitus. In reality, those studies only show that each ingredient improved symptoms at a specific dosage. There’s no evidence that the dosage in Clarity2 (whatever that dosage is) will improve your tinnitus symptoms.
Typically, when manufacturers don’t list their dosage information, it’s because they’re hiding weak dosages and hoping you don’t notice. That may be the case with Clarity2.
Clarity2 is available at a few different prices, including a free trial as well as a 30, 60, or 120 day supply. Here’s how pricing breaks down:
- 15 Day Trial: $4.97 for the first 15 days, then $79.95 per month after that for a 30 day supply.
- 30 Day Supply (2 Bottles / 120 Capsules): $67.96
- 60 Day Supply: $112.00
- 120 Day Supply: $179.20
Shipping is included in all of the prices listed above (except for the trial, where you pay $4.97) for shipping).
Purchases come with a 75 day, 100% money back guarantee. They’ll actually refund your shipping costs as well, which is a nice touch that we don’t typically see with other manufacturers.
Who Makes Clarity2?
Clarity2 is made by a company named Ultra6 Nutrition. That company calls itself “first and foremost a product development company” that was established “with its core focus of finding unique ingredients that are effective and have the ability to change people’s lives.”
Today, Ultra6 Nutrition is based in Orem, Utah.
You can get in touch with the makers of this supplement by emailing [email protected] or by calling (800) 520-9806.
Should You Take Clarity2 to Treat your Tinnitus?
Tinnitus can be caused by serious health problems. You should see a doctor if you have tinnitus – not take some shoddy, overpriced supplement with unlisted dosages and weird ingredients.
Most of the ingredients in Clarity2 are not backed by any scientific evidence. The manufacturer appears to have just picked ingredients that improve blood flow while hoping that you blindly take it to relieve tinnitus symptoms. We don’t even know the dosage of any ingredient inside. That’s downright dangerous – especially when the ingredients promise to affect your blood flow in some way or another.
For all of these reasons, Clarity2 is one nutritional supplement you should probably avoid – especially at its ridiculous price of $70 for a one month supply. You can buy all of the ingredients separately (at a higher dose) for a much lower price.