Q. What is Tinniticil?
A.*Tinniticil is a non-prescription supplement made up of ingredients that are designed to provide relief of tinnitus symptoms from a variety of different causes.
Q. How does Tinniticil work?
A.*Tinniticil provides relief from ringing in the ears through multiple “mechanisms of action” with it’s proprietary blend of 6 key ingredients designed to safely and effectively address the major causes of tinnitus and ringing in the ears.
Q. What ingredients are in Tinniticil?
A. The formula for Tinniticil is made up of 6 key ingredients.
- Magnesium Gluconate
- Zinc Gluconate
- Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid
Q. How do I take Tinniticil?
A. Tinniticil bottles are manufactured in 1 month supplies. The recommended daily dose is 2 capsules.
It is not advised to take Tinniticil on an empty stomach. Take 1 capsule in the morning with a meal or snack and 1 capsule in the afternoon with a meal or snack. Preferably with breakfast and lunch.
Q. Are there any known side effects?
A. Our 100% pure and safe natural ingredients have been shown in studies and trials to produce no serious side effects.
Q. Who should not take Tinniticil?
A. It is not recommended to take Tinniticil if you are a pregnant or nursing mother.
Q. Does Tinniticil contain any stimulants?
A. The formula for Tinniticil is 100% stimulant free.
Q. Is Tinniticil addictive?
A. Tinniticil is non-addictive and does not contain any controlled substances.
Q. Is there a money-back guarantee?
A. Yes. Try Tinniticil risk free for 6 months with our 100% money back guarantee.
Q. How long does it take to ship?
A. Your order will ship same day if ordered by 2:00pm central standard time (cst). When ordered after 2:00pm cst we will ship the following day.
*Individual results may vary. The statements on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA. Products mentioned on this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and do not replace medical advice. Advice on treatment or care of an individual patient should be obtained through consultation with a physician or trained health care practitioner who has examined that patient or is familiar with that patient’s medical history.