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An herbal supplement claiming to do something not supported by science confirmed by some random people on the internet with no scientific methodology seems terrible.
I mean, this homeopathic flu remedy has 400 reviews giving it 4.5 stars on Amazon but that's not going to make it work.
There are also 15,000 people on amazon saying that duck liver and heart diluted to the point where it is just sugar pills works to treat the flu. There's a reason we put things through rigorous studies to prove if they work rather than just asking a bunch of people if they think it works.
This is not to say that it doesn't work, just that it hasn't been proven under those circumstances, and it hasn't been shown how well it works and how often.
This is a product on Amazon with 1209 customer reviews. 92% of the users claim it works.
To be honest, you don't see results like that with FDA approved medicines, even when testing against a sugar pill.
So either all these people are crazy or maybe they work some of the time for some of the people.
There's loads of proper bullshit on amazon with five star ratings.