I complain about tonsil stones often, so it was no surprise when I was selected to review the Tonsil Stone Remedy program. I’ve been dealing with these nasty, foul smelling little chunks of disgust for most of my life. To make matters worse, my daughter has them as well.
I’ve Tried Literally Everything…
And have done a ton of research online, most of it telling me to “just deal with it”. Unfortunately, my doctor suggested getting my tonsils removed, something I am pretty opposed to. You see, I’ve also done a ton of research about tonsil removal and as an adult, it isn’t something I’m willing to do. My daily routine consists of flossing, brushing, mouth wash and then grabbing a q-tip and “pushing” the stones out until my tonsils bleed. Every Day. Now I know that may not be the best way to go about it, but it does keep my mouth from smelling like a rotting corpse and I do not have to avoid face-to-face conversations due to my breath. So I approached this test with caution as part of me would hate if something actually worked after trying what seemed like every option for years. I chose not to say anything to my daughter. I didn’t want her to get her hopes up. So I made the $37 purchase and got to work. Let’s check out The Tonsil Stone Remedy.
Let’s Look At The Reviews On The Site – Click Here To Read Them Yourself
There are about 10 reviews on the Banish Tonsil Stone site. All of them praise the program and how it actually got rid of their tonsil stones. Obviously, they wouldn’t post negative reviews on their own site, so as part of the Review Sleuth protocol, I began looking for evidence that these reviews are legit. Each review on the site has a link for “proof”, which leads to a screenshot of an email from these clients. It ads a little credibility, but in the internet age, creating a fake email isn’t totally out of the question, so I wouldn’t count this as 100% proof.
Here’s where it gets interesting. The reviews show the clients full name, the standard review format on most sites is First Name, Last Initial. Using someones full name? This is something I can work with! Before I started the program (and before I even read the book), I hopped on Facebook to see if I can contact one of these clients. A few friend requests and a DM later, I contact one of the actual clients! Bingo! They verified the review and we messaged about tonsil stones. They had used the program back in 2015 and due to the changes outlined in the book they have been relatively tonsil stone free since then. They explained that the information in the program they found most useful was how to adjust your diet, but for them it was slightly challenging to stick to it long term. By being more aware of what certain foods cause tonsil stones, they avoid them for the most part, and usually end up with tonsil stones about 1 or 2 times a year. That’s a hell of a lot better than the every day battle I have!
This was the first time since starting with Review Sleuth that I have been able to contact a real reviewer, it boosted my confidence in the program and I’ll be honest, I was excited to get started.
I Jump In Head First.
I read the whole book and program that next night. Yep, there is a lot of information about what causes tonsil stones and how to remove them, including the q-tip method I have been using for years. I was slightly discouraged when I got to the Q-tip part, as I was looking for “magic” cure. Something like – “Gargle twice with moonlight charged water from the everlasting spring and your stones will be gone forever”. This program doesn’t have that. It does have a lot of information pertaining to draining your lymph-nodes and reducing mucus. This is starting to make a little sense and the program breaks down into a couple sections.
- Safely remove tonsil stones – they cover this in depth so you can totally rid your tonsils of these bastards.
- Clear lymph-nodes and reduce mucus. They give quite a few options on how to do this. Some of them are a little too “new age’ for me, like light therapy, but I went with the methods that seem the most logical.
- Dietary changes to prevent recurring stones. I hate diet changes, but you know what I hate more? Tonsil stones.
That’s the outline of the program. I’m writing this review about 3 weeks after I started and you know what? I haven’t pushed out or coughed up a stone in a week! After clearing the lymph-nodes my tonsils went into overdrive and I was getting out stones about 2 times a day for the first few days. It was disgusting, but man my throat felt so much better. The reviewer was right, I’m not entirely sure if I can avoid everything suggested in the program long term, but it’s not very difficult for the most part. Plus, if they do come back, I now know this isn’t a life sentence of dragon breath.
Oh, one more thing. After two weeks of following the Banish Tonsil Stone program and seeing progress, I had my daughter follow the same steps. Being a highschooler with bad breath is a struggle and I’m happy to say she experiencing the same success I am.
Review Sleuth Results
The Tonsil Stone Remedy reviews seem accurate. The product is promoted as being slightly easier than it actually is, but it works. After dealing with tonsil stones for so long, I wish I found this years ago. It would have saved me a lot of embarrassment and discomfort and the $37 charge would have been more than offset by my q-tip bill…..