SoS Pain Review: 60-Second Summary
While a trip through SOS Pain’s website gives the reader a few blips of hopefulness, overall the outlook is grim. While the claimed intention of helping those with pharmaceutical drug dependency is noble, there’s no avoiding the fact that all the talk of laboratory testing and source material is just that — talk. If consumers don’t know where products are from, and also don’t have a clue what is in them, there is little reason to purchase them — and a lot of risks.
SoS Pain Brand Review
Synaptic OTC Sciences (SoS) is an allegedly innovative company that recognizes the paradigm shift happening all over the world: Increasing numbers of people are growing tired of orthodox medicine, as they become increasingly sick, tired, and angry with each additional prescription. SoS has their sights set on the pharmaceutical companies that seem to be actively manufacturing addictions to potent opioids while knowing that safer, and better alternatives are readily available (but cannot be patented).
The only two items available at this time for purchase from SOS PAIN — the CBD nutraceutical arm of Synaptic OTC Sciences — are a rapidly-dissolving sublingual CBD tablet and a topical pain-relieving cream. Developing alternatives to highly addictive opioid therapy is clearly an important mission for these folks. Unfortunately for consumers, prices remain a mystery to the public; one must contact the company in order place an order.
There is little information about the source material for said SOS PAIN products, as well as any discernment between organic/non-organic source materials. Therefore, the consumption or use of supplements sold by SoS would be at the consumer’s risk, as there is not only a lack of any published Certificates of Analysis but also not even a whisper of laboratory testing anywhere on the site.
There is much hope for the future, though, as a simple browse through the “Product Pipeline” category of the site yields a page reminiscent of the Domino’s Pizza Tracker. Viewable there are the supposedly updated “progress meters” for several different products in the works, including those for:
– Brain Health
Keep a watchful eye on this business, as they could very well roll out some interesting formulations in the near future (pizza tracker notwithstanding).
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