Below we take an in-depth look into Green Valley Natural Solutions Genesis, to see whether this pricey anti-aging pill works as it’s supposed to.
Green Valley Natural Solutions Genesis is an anti-aging product that claims to work by lengthening the body’s telomeres, an action which then supposedly reduces aches, wrinkles, and elderly brain fog. Genesis is sold on a strange website that claims that the science of telomere lengthening is a “secret” that is regularly utilised by Hollywood and Silicon Valley elites, with the manufacturers name-dropping dozens of celebrities and business leaders who supposedly use the technique. This “infomercial” approach to advertising products appears to be the hallmark of the manufacturer’s founder and leader, Lee Euler, an infamous scam artist and snake oil salesman with a history of selling overpriced books and supplements to cure cancer, defeat Alzheimer’s Disease, and now, to reverse aging.
Some of the active ingredients used to boost telomerase levels and lengthen telomeres have been found to have some significant drawbacks that could pose serious threats to health. Cycloastragenol has been shown to cause cancer in animal studies, and researchers familiar with telomerase believe that elevated levels could also lead to brain tumours and melanoma. We recommend caution when using this or other similar products.
Each bottle of Genesis costs an astronomical $99.95 for 30 capsules. Customers initially interested in buying a bottle will be sent two packs for just $9.95. They will also be signed up to a subscription service, which they must cancel in 30 days to avoid charges. Failure to cancel means that customers will end up being charged retail price for the two “free” packs, plus the price of two more packs which will arrive by post. Therefore, the price of failing to cancel in the first 30 days will lead to a bill of just under $400, making this supplement potentially the most expensive that is available to buy online.
Green Valley Natural Solutions Genesis is a supplement that claims to reverse the effects of aging. This supplement is sold on an odd website filled with a seemingly endless stream of text hyping up the supplement as a hidden cure for aging, which has apparently for years been jealously guarded and kept off of the market by Hollywood elites. This expensive herbal product is supposedly built off of the Nobel prize-winning work of Dr Elizabeth Blackburn and her work on telomeres, although anyone familiar with Dr Blackburn’s work will fail to understand the stated connection!
Genesis is produced and sold by Green Valley Natural Solutions, a supplement manufacturer based in Lexington, Virginia. Green Valley Natural Solutions seem to be experts at marketing to elderly customers who are tolerant of infuriatingly designed websites, filled with endless text and little important information. The company was founded by a known scam artist called Lee Euler, who is famous for selling incredibly expensive products designed to exploit the elderly and naïve. His previous accomplishments include designing a 12-part video series called Awakening from Alzheimer’s (which costs more than $300 to purchase and view), as well as authoring various books designed to hoodwink readers into believing they can cure or avoid cancer, with titles such as ““How to Cure Almost Any Cancer at home for $5.15 a Day” and “The Missing Ingredient” (which claims that a single dietary ingredient can protect against cancer). His schemes tend to follow the same basic structure every time, always encouraging customers to imagine that the wealthy know something that they don’t, before forcing them to part with a huge sum of money in order to uncover the “secret”. For the record, the “secret” is always the invention of Lee Euler himself and is consistently useless.
The directions for use are as follows:
Take 1 capsule daily with food and water.
The products sold by Green Valley Natural Solutions often involve signing up to “free trials” that invariably turn into hugely expensive subscription services. For this reason (amongst others), we recommend avoiding them entirely. The company can be contacted by email ([email protected]) or telephone (800-893-1694).
The question of what Genesis actually claims to do is remarkably hard to answer, as the website promoting it has to rank as one of the most bizarre, confusing and deliberately obscure pages on the Internet. It reads like the script of an infomercial, waffling on over thousands of words about how everyone from Amazon’s Jeff Bezos to Hollywood’s Will Smith uses this “remarkable breakthrough” to stay young.
In a nutshell, Genesis is said to reduce the effects of aging. Its ingredients reportedly “genetically reprogram” your cells to a younger age, which has the effect of removing wrinkles, helping the brain to work faster, supercharge physical stamina and energy, and ease aches, pain, and illness. Most of all, the website promises that customers will simply “feel better” after taking this supplement.
According to Green Valley Natural Solutions, the mechanism that causes the supposed benefits of Genesis to take place is related to telomeres, which are a kind of “protective tip” located at the end of our chromosomes. As we age, our telomeres tend to shorten, causing cells to malfunction. This leads to the problems and diseases of aging, including a weakened immune system, diabetes, cancer, and more. The basic principle of Genesis is that it can supposedly use herbal ingredients to lengthen telomeres, which is intended to reverse the ill health and weaknesses of age.
As the sales website breathlessly states, the ideas guiding this “breakthrough” are taken from the work of a Nobel prize winner called Dr Elizabeth Blackburn. However, it is by consulting her original work that we see how wrongheaded Genesis’ approach is; Dr Blackburn never recommends supplements or drugs for lengthening telomeres, instead encouraging the elderly to mindfully meditate, relax, engage in exercise, and eat a healthy diet. When asked about the various supplements that claim to lengthen telomeres, Dr Blackburn actually cautioned against their use, claiming that the evidence supporting their use was suspect and that their active ingredients may lead to “higher risks of brain tumours, melanoma and non-smokers’ lung cancers”.
Many of the other ingredients are little more than antioxidants, which can improve overall health to a point but cannot be expected to reduce the effects of aging. Overall, this product could work to make certain customers feel better, but cannot deliver on many of the specific benefits advertised (such as reducing aches, wrinkles, or brain health).
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The ingredients found in Green Valley Natural Solutions Genesis are listed below. The quantities listed below are correct for 1 capsule.
The most significant concern associated with using this product is related to the telomerase boosters, Cycloastragenol and Telos 95. The telomere-lengthening properties that these ingredients supposedly present are not hugely well-understood at this point, and many researchers warn that tackling aging problems via this mechanism could lead to a higher risk of brain tumours, melanoma, and cancer. The cancer-causing risk associated with using Cycloastragenol has already been demonstrated in animal studies.
The use of Co-Enzyme Q10 can also sometimes lead to some mild side effects, which may include loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea. It may also lower blood pressure in some people.
We were not able to find any customer reviews discussing Genesis, although we were able to find a handful of comments on the website of the Better Business Bureau or Revdex discussing Green Valley Natural Solutions in general. Most of the comments posted to this page expressed confusion with the subscription service, with some ending up with unwanted charges. It appears that the company sometimes refunds customers who complain, but many others have been lumped with huge bills.
They refused to refund any money stating that when I placed the order, I was put on automatic ship and that I had not cancelled further orders. He did say that they would refund the charge when the one I refused came back to them. They also claimed it was clear that I was signing up for auto ship when I agreed to the trial bottle. I am pretty good about checking for those kinds of things and did not pick up on that statement. If you do any business with this company, be VERY careful to read the fine print. $67.85 is a LOT to charge for one bottle of capsules which apparently did nothing but pad their accounts. I do NOT recommend doing business with this company!
I sent several emails saying that I do NOT want this product to be automatically ship to me in 2 months’ time and to acknowledge receipt of my email. They NEVER bothered to answer me back… This principle to automatically repeat an order is NOT user friendly and should not be the norm. I regret to have ordered with them and will never do it again.
Customer service is incompetent. Been trying to get a refund for 3 months, contacted them by email and phone. Was assured the refund was in progress, yet never arrived. Contacted customer service never updated my change of address though I emailed it to them and gave it to a customer rep. Their business practice is less the favorable. I urge you not to do business with them.
I decided to try Genesis and signed up for the free trial in May, 2017… yesterday, August 03, 2017 from nowhere I get 2 more bottles in my email. When I checked my bank account I saw they charged $400. I called immediately to the customer service and was told If I send all bottles I have recieved intact then will be refunded fully. Of course the last shipment I can do that but how I can send first 2 bottles intact if I supposed to take, try them to see whether it is working?… I am very frustrated and angry how any business… can treat and scam my money if I followed all the rules.
Green Valley Natural Solutions do not offer anything resembling a money-back guarantee, and we recommend reading their fine print before purchasing any products.
When customers sign up for a “free trial” of Genesis, they are able to cancel their subscription to the service within 30 days. It seems that the bottles do not have to be returned, and customers will not be landed with a bigger bill.
If customers neglect to cancel, a bill for $400 will arrive after one month ($200 for the first two bottles, and $200 for the next to arrive). At this point, customers can return the unused bottles for a full refund, although the first two will likely be un-returnable. It must be noted that this arrangement seems to differ depending on whether customers complain or not (leaving a bad review on the Better Business Bureau appears to be effective).
Green Valley Natural Solutions Genesis can be purchased from the official Genesis sales page. Green Valley Natural Solutions will offer to send a 60-day supply for the price of shipping and handling ($9.95). Customers then have 30 days to cancel, before they are charged the normal price of $99.95 per bottle. Failure to cancel within 30 days will mean that customers end up with a huge bill of up to $400 for the first and second shipments, so pay close attention to the fine print before signing up!
Green Valley Natural Solutions Genesis is a kind of legal scam, relying on the naivety and poor memory of elderly customers as a key component of its business model. Customers cannot buy a pack in a normal way, instead signing up to a dangerous subscription service that could cost them hundreds of dollars in charges if neglected or forgotten about.
This insidious tactic is made worse by the nature of the product itself. There is no reason to believe that these cheap pills can deliver on the many ridiculous promises made on the sale page (with the manufacturer falsely implying that the product can reduce wrinkles, or even aches and pains).
In fact, much of the information provided on the official sales pages is designed to confuse and obfuscate, with thousands upon thousands of words wasted on strange conspiracy theories about “elites” instead of describing basic details like the product’s ingredients or properties. The official website seems to present hundreds of basic falsehoods as facts, even claiming an association with a Nobel Prize-Winner who has spoken out against supplements like the one they’re trying to sell!
Products like these represent the absolute bottom-of-the-barrel when it comes to quality and business ethics, and we recommend avoiding it at all costs.
Overall, we do not recommend Green Valley Natural Solutions Genesis to our readers.
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