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    Candida Cell Wall Suppressor review: Scam!

    Candida Cell Wall Suppressor is Chinese pesticide-grade Lufenuron, shipped from Thailand by a criminal. The Thai or Chinese person behind the site claims that all cancer is caused by Candida:

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    “Candida Cell Wall Suppressor” scares people into the idea that they will get cancer if they don’t quickly cure their Candida (with their pesticide-grade Candida Cell Wall Suppressor of course):



    CandidaCellWallSuppressorScam-BadReviewIt is apparent that the person behind this site is neither a responsible person, nor a native speaker of English. The site is rife with basic errors such as using “Copywrite” instead of “Copyright”. But the real problem with Candida Cell Wall Suppressor is not that it tries to scare people into buying this expensive product. The real problem is that there is no publicly available source for human/veterinary grade Lufenuron. None of the producers on Ali Baba, in spite of what they sometimes claim, produce veterinary grade. It’s all pesticide grade, made in China for agricultural use. We know this because we have been selling this product for nearly a decade and we’ve spent thousands of dollars testing the output of all manufacturers we could find. They all submit fake analysis reports and when you do an analysis in a Western lab, the results are always the same:  Heavy metals, fluoride residues and organic solvents. Heavy metals may cause neurological damage, the fluorides cause osteoporosis and the organic solvents can cause cancer. The levels in pesticide-grade Lufenuron vary with the batch and manufacturer and won’t kill a person – if the contaminant levels were that high, the substance wouldn’t even pass China’s pesticide-grade certification. But usually, people who buy Lufenuron are ill and the last thing they need is more poison in their bodies. The spelling mistakes made all over the site show that the person behind it does not have a western background. The person obviously does no quality control, not even on his own site where he sells an extremely expensive product:


    Now, with all that cheap Chinese pesticide-grade Lufenuron around, do you trust an anonymous Chinese or Thai person with no interest in quality with your health and money? Someone who claims that all cancer is caused by Candida? This person claims that Mesothelioma is caused by Candida, not asbestos. This person claims that infant Leukemia in Iraq is caused by Candida, not Depleted Uranium. This person claims that chain smoker’s lung cancer is caused by Candida, not by cigarettes. This person suggests you are at great risk of getting cancer if you have Candida and you do not buy his Candida Cell Wall Suppressor for $117,-. Absolutely disgusting!

    Because we sell veterinary grade Lufenuron, tested to be EU-veterinary grade, conforming to identical requirements as human grade medicines, and because we are much cheaper as well as being the only ones that have non-toxic Lufenuron, he does his best to hide what’s in his capsules. But it’s Lufenuron:


    Candida Cell Wall Suppressor Review

    The person behind this product is a criminal and the product is a scam. There is no email address, phone number, (company) name or address on that amateuristic site, so there is no way of knowing the identity of the person behind that site. They do not publish test results from a reputable lab and the customer testimonial video they put on YouTube is produced by one of those shady Internet marketing companies, offering their services on the “Make Money Online” part of the web. Those companies offer people money to record a fake review. In the nearly a decade we’ve been selling Lufenuron, we’ve hardly ever seen a review video, positive or negative. It’s extremely rare that people bother with that. But CandidaCellWallSuppressor is bombarded by them! In reality, such fake video reviews are made by companies such as vustudios.com. Here you can see an example of their service. By using such unethical marketing tricks, the person behind the site can uphold a veneer of legitimacy. They must be making a bundle because their ads cost thousands of dollars a month. That Rense ad for example runs for around $1800,- a month. The shady character behind CandidaCellWallSuppressor can afford to pay top dollar for advertizing because his gullible customers are paying through the nose for pesticide grade Lufenuron:


    Pesticide-grade Lufenuron costs between 1 and 10 dollars a kilo.
    Do you trust an anonymous, provably lying Chinese or Russian guy with your health?

    Our Lufenuron is made for us only, in a western production facility. We ship from Europe. We pay very much more than the price for Chinese pesticide grade. Every batch of our Lufenuron is tested by a reputable, independent western lab such as Exova. We do not want Lufenuron getting a bad name due to the many unethical copycats out there.

    Candida Cleanser review: Same scam!

    All online scammers work with affiliates because it is the fastest way to make as much money as possible. It makes the product much more expensive for the customer, because the affiliate wants a hefty commission, and of course the supporting advertising infrastructure costs a lot of money as well. The only way to make this pay off is to have a two dollar product and sell it for a hundred dollars.

    The SE Asian scammer behind the Candida Cell Wall Suppressor has found a few experienced, English-speaking online marketeers to drive sales to him. CandidaCleanser is such an affiliate, and they use the same “Cancer is a fungus” scam:


    Source: CandidaCleanser.com

    The big danger with these kind of lies is that the FDA will act against those people. When you claim that all cancer is caused by Candida and that Lufenuron cures Candida and thus cancer, you’ve made yourself guilty of just about the most severe crime in the eyes of the FDA, and they will shut you down and you will go to jail, as Kevin Trudeau can attest to. Cancer is not caused by Candida and anyone who says so is out for your money. I do not exclude the possibility that a vanishingly small percentage of cancer is caused by Candida, but I have seen no evidence or logic reasoning of any cancer ever been caused by Candida.

    Also these affilliate sites have great difficulty with the English language, writing “irradicate” instead of “eradicate” and using an apostrophe behind the word “diets”, which would mean: “Of the diets”:

    Candida Cleanser review scam

    Candida Cleanser does not shy away from bold-faced lies to make their customer feel safe:


    Natural oils have nothing to do and can not have anything to do with any Lufenuron synthesis process! This lie alone fully exposes “Candida Cell Wall Suppressor” as a scam.

    Clare Davidson does not exist

    As with CandidaCellWallSuppressor, it is impossible to ascertain the identity of CandidaCleanser’s site owner. No address, a fake name “Clare Davidson”, no phone number, no email. All we have is the same lies about Candida and Cancer, and the same infantile spelling mistakes, mixed with information cut & pasted from our site. If the “make money online” scammers keep claiming that “Cancer is caused by Candida” and that Lufenuron thus prevents cancer, the FDA will shut down all Lufenuron imports – especially because the scammers sell pesticide-grade – and Candida sufferers will again be left without real options. Selling things on the Internet is an uphill struggle and honest vendors don’t stand a chance if they don’t fight back.

    Candida Cell Wall Suppressor’s useless “test”

    The scammers published a “test” but it only shows the purity – not what the impurities are:


    The whole point of testing is to analyze what the impurities are. What is that remaining 0.7%? When you look at OwnDoc’s Lufenuron test, you’ll see that the substance was subjected to more than half a dozen tests to exclude all possible harmful impurities from the production process. The test we obtained certified our Lufenuron as acceptable veterinary quality for the EU. And EU veterinary standards are identical to human standards. Our tests tell us that our impurities are harmless ashes and not heavy metals, organic solvents or fluorides (Lufenuron has Fluor in its molecule where it is totally harmless but residual fluorides should not remain in the final product. For pesticide purposes in China, no one cares).

    Candida Cell Wall Suppressor lies about trials

    A customer forwarded us this email, in which this fake persona “Clare Davidson” claims that multiple clinical trials with Lufenuron against Candida are close to completion in the US:


    The funny thing is that one single clinical trial can take ten years and cost hundreds of millions of dollars. And this dodgy company with a dispatch center in Thailand, spelling mistakes all over their site and “testing” done in China claims they’ve spent the past years and countless millions of dollars on US clinical trials – wow! For a company that can’t even spell, that’s an amazing feat! The good thing is that all clinical trials in the US must be approved by the FDA. Let’s see what the FDA says about where we can verify approval status for clinical trials. The “trial” is at the moment of writing still ongoing, claims “Clare”:


    OK – we have to go to clinicaltrials.gov, but they have no record on Lufenuron being approved for clinical trials:


    Neither for Candida Cell Wall Suppressor:


    “Clare Davidson” is Russian or Chinese

    There are a many typical mistakes in the short email that “Clare Davidson” sent in response to a concerned customer. Mistakes that a native speaker of English, with a name like hers would never make: “The website that you found is selling [the] same product as ours” and: “..be complete by [the] end of February. She forgets the article a third time in “[The] Attached file is the test results”, where she also erroneously uses “is” instead of “are”. And she forgets the article a fourth time in “of [the] pharma grade we are using”. And a fifth time in: “clinical trials in [the] US”. Consistently omitting articles points to the writer coming from a linguistic background where no articles exist in the language, such as in Slavic languages. It is very common for Eastern Europeans never to fully master the use of articles, not even when they’re otherwise very proficient. Also, for a person running a major pharmaceutical company (of which the name and adress remains a mystery. All we managed to discover is a P.O. Box in a Thai post office, mentioned on their Lufenuron “test”.), as “Clare” pretends to be, she makes many childish errors in using apostrophes, writing “its” when she means “it is” (“when its done”) and forgetting the comma in “pharmacautical, not pesticide”. There is no shame in being Russian but please don’t call yourself Clare Davidson in that case. That short email was definitely not written by a native speaker of English.

    Candida Release review: Same scam!

    The most idiotic and downright criminal sales technique is used by the same scammers on one of their sites CandidaRelease.com, where they tell you to give toddlers a dose that would correspond with an adult taking five times the recommended dose! A typical weight for toddlers is 10 kg. We calculated that a very heavy adult should take 9 grams of Lufenuron. The CandidaRelease scammers say you should give any child, regardless of weight, “half a dose”. But a small child weighs ten times, not two times less than an adult! So if you give an infant, a toddler or a small child half a dose, they end up with a gigantic over-dose! These scammers have no idea what they’re doing, and they don’t care.

    The CandidaRelease scammers use every dirty trick in the book to push their product. One of the things they did was commenting on a YouTube video of one of our customers who made a series of videos about using our Lufenuron. The Candidacleanser spammers/scammers posted 15 times a link to their product, pretending that what she was reviewing was in fact their product, not ours:






    Lufenuron is liver-safe, but no one knows what happens to the undeveloped liver of a small child when bombarded with a massively higher dose than has been used in animal experiments. And don’t forget that these criminals use pesticide-grade Lufenuron from China, full of pollutants!

    Because existing sites are being exposed as scams, the scammers are aggressively branching out to many names and sites and have started to make French, German etc. versions of their Candida cure scam sites:

    CandidaSolution.com: Same scam!
    Candida Cell Wall Dissolver: Same scam!
    Candida Cell Wall Suppressor: Same scam!
    Candida Release review: Same scam!
    Candida Cleanser: Same scam!
    Candida Cure Center (candidacurecenter.com): Same scam!
    Candida Release (candidarelease.org): Same scam!
    Candida Capsules (candidacapsules.com): Same scam!
    Candida Protocol (candidaprotocol.com): Same scam!

    They now operate as “Candida Cleanser” – more info on their scam here

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    eyes open:

    Thank you for your hard work. Having exposed a fraud in another field, I understand how convincing a diligent determined scammer can be, especially with creating fake names and fake testimonials. I won’t order it.


    Thanks for the insight; some of the arguments in favor of “Candida Cell Wall Suppressor” seemed convincing to me, to the point that I had begun to share some of the observations made on the site with friends. I came across this “Wellness” site in an effort to cross-examine those claims; though I have seen both spelling and grammatical errors Here, the points made shed light on the seeming exaggerations of those other folks, obviously involved in a fraudulent campaign. They’re selling a bottle of poison as a miracle cure and the FDA probably has a long list of imposters to deal with before they get around to these crooks…corruption has run rampant

    Lillian Killingbeck:

    So sickening. I found this BS while I was on a site and I got curious to what medication/cure a poor sucker would be duped into shelling out their money to these human scum.I knew it was scam and it was confirmed it was a scam as their Facebook page had some errors. (yeah, these bad comedians made a Facebook page!) I can’t believe how ignorant some people are.


    I feel sorry for the unlucky dope who doesn’t look more into these stupid “cure-all” bullshit scams.

    I hope more people see this website and get more informed to do research on things they see on the Internet. Or worse yet, suggested by a friend. Thank God for the Internet.

    If people are smart they’ll look into these scamedications and research more up on them. However, far too many people get too anxious and will desperately try anything. Even if it’s expensive.

    The thing to do is continue to post up website warnings such as this one. They can make their websites as fancy as they want but the truth will always be revealed in the end, and I believe these people will be apprehended and SUED. Because they should get sued for something so disgusting such as this.

    I am going to do my best and warn people who have cancer to stay away from this drug. Make it more aware about this “cure-all is a “scam-all.”

    I am not in any medical field at all, but I know a lot about these phony drugs scum like these people are shelling out to ignorant cancer patients. And it just makes me sick to my stomach. Anyone who even thinks of trying this drug I shall refer them to this page.


    Thanks for this link, but I am starting to wonder what I CAN trust on the internet – with respect, how do I know you and what you are selling is trustworthy and the others not?
    Sarah’s reply:

    There is no way you can or should just plainly believe any claim anyone makes, ever, on the Internet or elsewhere.

    As the saying goes: “Trust but verify”.

    So what you do is you look at the arguments both parties present and you verify them using independent sources. Please note that the scammers simply “copied” our product, but that their claims, contrary to ours, are provenly false.

    You can also in many cases use logic and knowledge of scientific principles.

    We always provide independent 3rd-party evidence for our claims. In case of Lufenuron, our instruction manual for the product contains links to scientific publications that the product cured fungal infections in mammals.

    Also, we provide a link to a PDF with test results of our Lufenuron.

    It is of course impossible to 100% verify many claims. When in doubt, and you think you may be at risk, always try to err on the safe side.

    You are right – nearly ALL such products are fake, a scam, etc. The likelihood that what we sell is “the real thing” is, based on pure statistics, close to zero. The only things you have to guide you are logic, knowledge, common sense and verifying the arguments and data of the vendor.

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