I received a request from a hemorrhoid sufferer asking me about whether the Holly Hayden H Miracle ebook, aka Hemorrhoid Miracle, was a con or not.
First let me say this, H miracle is sold via click bank, which means H Miracle is an ebook that you download to your computer and have access to the secret information straight away. H miracle, by it's association with Clickbank, also means that h miracle has a 100% money back IRON CLAD guarantee for a FULL REFUND if you are not happy with H-Miracle. To make that a bit clearer: There is no loss through postage costs, returning items, restocking fees and so on. For those reasons, I strongly suggest that if you have the money, buy H miracle and see for yourself.
Well, most of the people who have bought H-Miracle through this web site appear to have been delighted with what the ebook has taught them, as only a very few bothered to claim a refund. Which I have to admit, stuns me. You should be aware that I do receive a commission for each ebook sold, provided the ebook is not returned - that's how I know most appear happy with their purchase.
The following review of H Miracle gets really sharp and focused, but I want you to remember, H Miracle is no loss to you if it doesn't work. If H Miracle works, which I suspect it may, the benefit to you will be significant.
I've seen this H Miracle by Holly Hayden information ebook advertised extensively using Google adwords for several months, but never took much more notice of it than that.
I have now found another "original" ebook on the internet, claiming to get rid of hemorrhoids so fast, talking about a secret Chinese remedy.... possibly a blatant rip off of the H Miracle ebook. I've also found other ebooks promising secret stufff as well, that will heal hemorrhoids or bring hemorrhoid relief miraculously, but Holly Hayden's H Miracle is the only one claiming a 48 hour cure, and about the only one you'll find in search engines for the most part.
Reviewing the Holly Hayden H Miracle Reputation
Dr. Davies and H Miracle
Lets start our examination of H Miracle with the doctor that show cased Holly Haydens H Miracle: Dr. Jeffrey P. Davies, a medical director of the St. Lukes Health Alliance.
Dr Davies has a hospital rating of 2 out of 4, which means he is in the lower 50 to 75% of doctors in providing hospital 'care'. He is OK, nothing wrong, his skills are average.
He became a doctor later in life than most.
We find out that he is a Family Physician and Biomedical Engineer. Dr Davies Specializes in foot pain, weight loss and smoking cessation. From what I can gather, he works out of two surgeries, and works in one hospital.
There is no mention of any other doctor in St Lukes Health Alliance, so I gather he is a sole practitioner, but I may be wrong on this point.
He does state he is the Medical Driector of St. Lukes Health Alliance, but I'm not sure anymore if that is an impressive title or not. Obviously it means something if there are other doctors employed, or other allied health professionals - eg physios, OT's, herbalists etc - under his control, but I can find NO mention of such.
Holly Hayden states that Dr. Davies showcased the H Miracle, but doesn't tell us what Dr Davies thought of it, nor what the reaction was to H Miracle when it was showcased, not even the number or type of prefossionals (?) or ordinary people it was show cased too.
However, The fact that a medical doctor decided not to throw H Miracle in the recycle bin, does suggest it may have some value - if he did showcase it as Holly Hayden states.
H Miracle and how the selling page incorporates photos of people in doctors gear
The picture of the 4 doctors on the Holly Haydens H Mirracle website next to Dr Davies name, well, what can I I say, none of them are Dr. Davies! Dr Davies is an elderly doctor, going bald. Dr. Davies has a photo of himself on his St. Lukes Health Alliance web site, that's how I know.
I have learnt that when someone bolsters a site using photo's of people in doctors gear, stethoscopes and so on, that they are frequently attempting to give their site an illusion of medical support and backing, to engender trust from the reader to buy something. Trust that may or may not be misplaced in the site I would add.
You can see why trying to develop trust in H Miracle is so important, as H Miracle is a secret ebook, that you only really find out what you are buying when you buy it. Of course, If she told you what was in the book, it wouldn't be a secret, and we wouldn't buy. So we can see why developing the trust angle is so important to H Miracle sales.
The association of formidable trustworthy sites to H Miracle
What is interesting, is that Holly Haydens H miracle associates alot of formidable sites with her own, but that that association is principally by way of her advertising H miracle on them, or giving money to them, or just mentioning some referrences to articles produced by them.
This type of referencing, advertising and giving association is not trustworthy, in the sense that the businesses and charities are NOT stating they endorse Holly Haydens H Mirracle, it's just that Holly Haydens H Mirracle sales page is bolstering it's reputation (trust) by mentioning them.
Interestingly, not many readers would likely know that CB refers to Clickbank, and that her number 1 rating with "CB" reflects sales etc, it does not reflect on the content of the ebook.
The H Miracle Testimonials
Are the H Miracle testimonials true? H Mirracle testimonials are being solicited by the offer of free gifts for positive testimonials. Meaning that they will be more likely to get positive testimonials from people wanting a free gift, thus possibly biasing the testimonials being given for H Miracle.
Reading the H Miracle testimonials is a minefield. I was going to write about several of them here, but realised that this whole secret business stuff makes the H Miracle testimonials too cloudy and mirky to comment on.
One point worth mentioning though, is that H Miracle is sold via ClickBank, so it stands to reason that if someone was disgruntled with H Miracle, they would opt to pursue a refund rather than provide a false testimonial.
However, it is important to consider that negative testimonials do not appear to be wanted by Holly Hayden, only positives get the free gift, only the positives are being encouraged into the light.
The Holly Hayden Hemorrhoid Miracle Advertising Machine
On the affiliate sign up page for miracle h - affiliates are people who sell products on a commission basis - I found the following, which is a summary of what they state there (if you click on the affiliate link at the bottom of her H miracle page, you can find this information as easily as I did):" * Other Hidden Tricks To Easy Profits: ... MUST READ METHODS!!" Post in blogs, write reviews and articles and post to ezines about H Miracle. Use social media & news sites such as Digg.com or Propeller.com to promote H miracle and the H miracle web site. Write a pre-sell review of some of Hemorrhoid Miracle, letting people know how great it is. Continue to bolster the image/ads of H-miracle by posting something good about h miracle every two weeks. Also, advertise using google adwords and the like to get as many people coming to your review pages or the H Mirracle site as you can.
Ok, so there you have it, H Miracle has got such remarkable positive reviews everywhere, because it is also being promoted everywhere by people trying to profit from convincing you to buy H Miracle.
This sort of promotion makes it almost impossible to find the truth as to whether H Miracle is a con or not.
On another note, I note that most of the ads pointing to this 48 hour miracle cure ebook, are using words to the effect that the report is free, giving the illusion, to me anyway, that their 48 hour cure is free information. Sadly, the free report appears to be to lure people to the site and to spend $37US finding out how to cure hemorrhoids in 48 hours.
Are these types of H Miracle advertising bad?
Yes and No. I believe that most affiliates are only after the quick dollars, the more the better. So falsely presenting H Miracle in a positive light serves their greedy purpose - this is the bad. It also does not argue well for Holly Hayden, nor for H Miracle, as by not controlling their affiliates, and by actively encouraging this sort of behavior, it leads to me to question the integrity of H Miracle.
However, having said that, I also have to say that few online merchants that I have come across do much to stop this sort of affiliate behavior - it brings in sales after all - knock out the immoral affiliates from your product, and they just swap your links for someone elses, giving the sales to a competitor instead.
Anyway, as I stated above, what I can tell you, is that h Miracle is sold via Clickbank, which means if you don't like the Hemorrhoid Miracle ebook, Clickbank gives you the refund, whether the seller wants to or not. So, in this sense, I guess you have nothing to lose by trying h miracle.
Normally I ask people to let me know how the hemorrhoids treatments I suggest works for them, but in the case of H Miracle, it's not going to get to the truth either. There is just too much money tied up with the H Miracle ebook, for me to be able to trust what people tell me. Negatives could come from disgruntled owners of other hemroids treatments, and positives could be just part of the H miracle hype machine.
But, I have so far given you my honest review and will continue to do so, for what it's worth. So, if you do decide to use Hemorrhoid Miracle, please use this link or one of the buy links below.
And remember, if you don't like Hemorrhoid Miracle, just get your money back. If you do like H Miracle, then it's been money well spent. True? So how about giving it a go, and see if it works for you!
What can my review say more definitively about H Miracle
I cannot, in all conscience, read the secret ebook and tell you what's in H Miracle, that would be shameful to do and ethically wrong.
Can we learn anything from their advertising for H Miracle? A little.
H Miracle mentions how to never strain when using the rest room ... straining is described as the "root cause" of hemorrhoids, so this must be the key to Holly Haydens H Miracle - Perhaps? To avoid straining there are several things we know that can help alot - using a squat toilet or the toileting position we describe on our causes of hemorrhoids page, or some dietary food or supplement that keeps the bowel motions soft, without causing diahrrea. However, these will not guarantee the 100% no straining on the toilet that H Miracle claims to achieve. Maybe they know something the rest of the world doesn't seem to understand. That's what is claimed anyway.
The holly Hayden of H Miracle also claims that if you do a 60 second exercise each day, that you will never be constipated again. This seems an incredulous statement, as constipation has such a myriad of causes, that I cannot see how any exercise could stop it from happening forever. If you don't eat enough fiber and drink enough water, or you eat too much fiber and don't drink enough water, stools can become extremely hard resulting in constipation. Likewise, if you don't eat enough solid food, constipation can often result, as the bowel removes water from the stool as the stool passes on the way through, with little amounts of solid food going in the top end, it often takes the food a lot longer to pass through, causing the stool to become hard and difficult to pass. What about hard stools caused by medication? Hard stools caused by lack of exercise? Can a 60 second exercise really soften or prevent hard stools?
On the subject of some exercises causing hemorrhoids. Any exercise, sport or occupation that places pressure on the bottom end - eg, dirt bike racing, snow shovelling, squat lifting - can also cause hemorrhoids to develop.
Holly hayden in her sales pitch for h miracle talks of a secret chinese fargei remedy - don't know what the Fargei remedy is, but fargei are a wasp.
The H Miracle is suppose to reveal the raw truth on why hemorrhoids creams don't work? Why do 99% of them never work? Well, for a start, the vast majority of hemorrhoids creams are for relief, not for cure, so of course they don't work as a cure. In terms of symptom relief, for the most part, a hemorrhoid cream is designed to work on certain symptoms - not all symptoms, so if you don't know that, and many people don't, and you choose the wrong cream for your symptoms, it wont work.
The adverts about H miracle sometimes also talk about an average digestive feeling and a great one. If that assertion by H Miracle makes any sense to anyone, you might like to enlighten me, that seems more gobbledy gook to me.
H Miracle also claims 5 secret root extracts that when combined increase veinous flow by 300% and decrease inflammation? What is this all about? How can an "Independent Remedy Researcher & Official Article Columnist" who provides us with no academic qualifications and who herself states is " NOT A HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL", have come up with a secret combination AND BE ABLE TO MEASURE THE IMPROVEMENT? Who exactly did the study? Did she really come up with the a list of 5 secret root extracts herself? and she then paid for an extremely expensive study to be undertaken to measure veinous blood flow in a cross cultural representative sample of the general population? Hard to believe a nonhealth professional would do that isn't it? 5 secret root extracts is the claim H mirracle makes. If it's a secret, how does she know 5 of them when the rest of the world doesn't know even 1? Who told her? and how did that person or persons know? Why was it kept a secret?
Hemorrhoids are NOT contagious by the way, and sugar is not the cause of hemorrhoids, though being overweight can certainly be a cause of them, by virtue of the pressure those fat deposits are putting on your lower end and on your veins and cardiovascular system.
There appears to be an oversight (?) in their H Miracle FAQ page, as to the 2 questions on suitability for pregnancy and after, it isn't clearly explained. Morally, you cannot test things on pregnant people - the baby cannot give informed consent - like wise, a breast feeding baby cannot give informed consent to be tested on via the effects on breast milk when the mum absorbs something into the blood stream. Yet Holly Haydens H Miracle web site gives no warnings at all on this FAQ page. Very odd that, very dangerous too I would assume.
Then there is the H Miracle supplemental remedies, yep, having bought the H Miracle ebook, you will be asked if you want to buy any of their supplemental remedies, that can be shipped to you.
If you read the disclaimer at the bottom of the H Miracle page by Holly Hayden, you find that Holly Hayden tells you that H Miracle is NOT a miracle cure, they just named it H Mirracle because they thought that was a good name for it. OK, I'm being a little harsh, but they tell you it's not a miracle cure then tell you they are calling it a miracle cure because it is one.
I could probably do this type of analysis for each and every point that is raised on the H Miracle site.
Is H Miracle really a 48 hour cure?
Doesn't appear so. Even the testimonials on their site are often in disagreement with this being a 48 hour cure. The ones that aren't in disagreement, also don't tend to be clear about whether it's the hemorrhoid thats cured or a symptom of the hemorrhoid that's been relieved.
One lady took 7 days just to notice an improvement in her itchiness from an external hemorrhoid - now that is SLOW hemorrhoid relief - note that - that was just one type of symptom relief, that was not for a cure.
Is H Miracle Safe?
The H Mirracle testimonial (Preeti 2) really scares me, as I consider it to be unethical to treat a pregnant women without medical supervision and approval, as the baby can't give informed consent to the treatment, a treatment that may later be found to have harmed it. H Miracle supports the use of hemorrhoid shrinking procedures in pregnant women, but doesn't tell you what those shrinking procedures are.
Any process or method that shrinks hemorrhoids is acting on the blood vessels ( a hemorrhoid is a swollen blood vessel as you well know), most likely through the blood stream - even it is a topical application being used, it is still being absorbed into the blood stream.
Anything absorbed into the blood stream is potentially dangerous to a baby or breast feeding toddler.
Anything that is eaten, whether food or herbs or drinks, is absorbed into the blood stream, and if you are eating foods that reduce the size of hemorrhoids, then they are probably not healthy for your baby nor for your breast feeding toddler.
If H Miracle is just talking about using something as benign as sitz baths or ice to shrink hemorrhoids during pregnancy, then that's just common knowledge, that's not a secret, certainly not something you would want to pay for, when it is free on so many web sites.
If you have a cardiovascular problem, then there are obvious health dangers in taking anything to alter your hemorrhoids, as such hemorrhoid treatments may interact with your medication, or may affect your entire cardiovascular system.
Is H Miracle a con?
If you read H Miracle and find that any or all of that secret information can be found elsewhere, then that would make it a con, whether it helped you or not.
If they don't scientifically prove a 300% increase in veinous flow, then that too would certainly make me suspicious that H Miracle was a con.
If the 60 second exercise did not stop constipation, then that would suggest H Miracle was a con.
Review of Holly Haydens H Miracle in Conclusion
H Miracle adverts can make some incredible claims, that really push the limits of believability, at least for me anyway.
H mirracle by Holly Hayden makes some bold dramatic assertions also, but when you think about why hemorrhoids creams often don't cure or bring relief, it's not so much new information that is being put forward perhaps, but sometimes more a rehash of information that can be found on hemorrhoid web sites, including this one, but in a more dramatic form that may entice you to trust and buy H Miracle.
Many people may find the information helpful in H Miracle, simply because it may include good information, that they haven't yet read about. H Miracle may also contain some hemorrhoid information none of us have read about - that, after all, is what Holly Hayden is claiming and is the reason most of us would want to buy it for.
Then there is this thing about a cure in 48 hours that appears in just about every one of their ads, one of it's biggest pull cards, but their own published testimonials don't seem to support this contention. Though a number of them suggest it can work incredibly fast for some people.
BUT, there is that money back guarantee that Clickbank provides, so unbelievable or not, why not just find out for yourself? Buy the H Miracle ebook and see for yourself. It could truely be a hemorrhoid miracle for you.
When I see the H Miracle page, I see a work enticing one with offers of secrets that cannot be found anywhere else, secrets that Holly Hayden says will cure hemorrhoids in 48 hours or so - unless you read her disclaimer of course, then it's not a miracle cure after all. H Miracle is the name of an ebook on hemorrhoids.
The whole H miracle web site appears designed to try and get you to trust them, because they are not telling you exactly what you are buying - it's all mystery and secrets and smoke - cloudy testimonials - that are all part of the H Miracle.
However, my personal suggestion is to buy H Miracle because there is that money back guarantee provided by Clickbank. Honestly, what are you going to lose by reading it? If it does what it says, and has all those secrets for fast hemorrhoid cures, then it would be a shame for a hemorrhoid sufferer not to know about them.
You can always come back to my site here at www.HemorrhoidsHemroids.com and buy the hemorrhoids treatments, if H Miracle doesn't work.
For your information, all information that was gathered for this H Miracle review, was obtained from public accessible information - no secret stuff here.
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