I have not tried the service, did not buy anything, all I did was sit through that time-consuming video. In fact, about two years ago I had sat through the same kind of video from the same kind of people, I don't remember if they had the same name as they do now.
The video tells you that it's going to give you access to a book for FREE, and it stresses this. It spends a whopping probably 30+ minutes telling you about all the health secrets and cures to be found in the book. Continues to soothe your wariness of a possible scam by throwing around the word free like candy to the point where you can't help but stay and finish the video. I'm a smart guy, so I was expecting a sales pitch near the end like those webinar things are doing now on YouTube. That is what I got.
The video begins to fear-monger in the middle even though what it's saying is mostly true, but combined with the repetition of its "secret cures" rhetoric it creates a sense of desperation in the viewer to get to the end-.. to get that SWEET FREE book. Then it happens, the sales pitch, I'll paraphrase. 'This book and life-saving information can be available to you and your family if you donate a bit of money to us for the printing and distribution costs.' THEN SOON AFTER it says that you will get the information and book if you subscribe to their monthly magazine or whatever. Flip flops around like a fish and IT STILL DROPS THE WORD FREE LIKE CANDY even after it is becoming increasingly evident that the book and information is NOT free. Then they change it up and start talking about it being "risk-free" and "completely refundable if you're not satisfied, and you get to keep the free gifts." The free gifts are the book they pitched you in the beginning AND the two other books they pitch you at the end(which come out of nowhere as they were never mentioned before) to sweeten the deal. Then they FINALLY after finishing that video where they play with your mind AND possibly your emotions if you suffer from ailments, give you a button at the bottom which directs you to a page in which you can order the subscription, one year for 49.00 dollars and two for 89 dollars, of course the say this is a drop in price from their original only for a limited time. ON TOP OF THAT ALL, THERE IS A TIMER AT THE TOP OF THE ORDER PAGE URGING YOU TO BUY IT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, GIVING YOU A WHOPPING 14 MINUTES TO MAKE A CHOICE!
At this point a smart man knows this is a fraud or at least highly suspects it. The top of the page offers a customer service number which I called after doing some digging around the internet on this so-called "Natural Health Response." There seems to be a cover up of anything negative being said about said company, I found good reviews of the company, but something in my intuition told me these were reviews paid for or written by somebody with an interest in "Natural Health Response." I didn't stop there and sought out negative reviews and I found them, people saying they'd been conned out of their money by these immoral fraudsters, banking off the fear of the sick and weak, when they find no hope in anybody or anything, so they end up paying for anything that seems to work or claims to. It is criminal and I dare say if these folks do not repent they should burn in hell. Taking advantage of the fear of disease for profit is one of the most disgusting and sick things a human being can do to another. This company is also known as Laissez-Faire Books, avoid them at all costs, I tell you this from what I've seen, not from experience because I do not want to be scammed.
Thank you, best wishes for anybody reading this.