This dumb email starts with a story
“It’s the winter of 2016 and two archaeologists are digging outside the town of Hebron in the West bank of Israel.
Suddenly, they discover a small room 20 feet beneath the ground
And inside are jars of ancient herbs that date back 3,000 years”
The story goes on about how wonderful the herbs are and the magical improvements they can make to your memory.
“Could these even be Kong Solomon’s secret? He was regarded as the wisest man in history.”
So, that sets the scene for the ‘magical’ properties of these concoctions, then comes the fake science claims.
“These ingredients have been reviewed in dozens of double-blind randomised ad placebo-controlled clinical studies and …”
Any kind of proper trials cost a lot of money and take a long time so no-one would repeat such trials. The scammer is just chucking in words to try to make something appear genuine but it obviously is just a ridiculous scam. This is a criminal preying on people’s hopes.
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