Restore My Hearing is a hearing restoration report produced by an aeronautics engineer who has established a legal defense fund to protect his inexpensive hearing loss product from being shuttered by lawyers.
The hearing loss industry in the United States is a massive, multi-billion dollar business and the new product from Ben Carter, the man who reveals “Navajo Hearing System” secrets that can restore hearing is such that he has protected his best-selling product by keeping the lawyers away.
Eliminate Hearing Aids
The system he has produced claims to eliminate the need for hearing aids or for cochlear implant surgery, both of which cost those suffering from deafness or hearing disability multiple millions of dollars annually.
The video outlines the development of the system that has seen extensive research undertaken not just of the “Navajo cure” for hearing, but also other research undertaken.
Ben Carter immersed himself in the research involving the chemical makeup of ingredients in the Navajo remedy, including researching experiments conducted by the Isrsaeli military on their recruits.
He investigated the “hair cells” which actually have nothing to do with hair but are small, protein-filled protrusions. The cells line one part of the cochlea, which is the snail-shaped structure in the inner ear and the protrusions, which bunch together like microscopic tufts of grass, are mechanical receptors that vibrate when struck by sound waves.
The hair cells turn those vibrations into electrical nerve impulses, which travel into the cochlear nerve, where those impulses are sent into the brain and processed as sound.
Ben Carter explains in his video about his hearing cure product that there are many kinds of hearing loss, including those that are age-related, congenital, or environmental (like repeated exposure to a loud noise or ear trauma), are actually due to loss of hair cells.
“And from everything I’ve read, the loss in hair cells has always been thought to be permanent,” he says.
A little more than a decade ago, Dr. Edwin Rubel, professor of otolaryngology, physiology and biophysics at the University of Washington’s Virginia Merrill Bloedel Hearing Research Center and his research team made a major discovery.
They found that hair cells do actually regenerated on their own in the ears of birds. There may be the ability in coming years to entirely regrow hair cells. However in most cases of hearing loss, there is ample hair cells, but the issue has been that the cells are weak.
But experiments yield amazing results
There are experiments that have yielded remarkable results, including the Navajo remedy which repairs and strengthens the hair cells that you have now.
Fact is, the vast majority of the funding of these projects come from the medical device industry… the same people who create the hearing aids and the cochlear implant devices.
And from what was carefully, quietly and cautiously leaked to me is that these companies make the funding contingent on them owning the legal rights to any findings that are made. If they are able to turn the findings into a product that they can make money on, they do it… and that is fine…
The Hearing Loss Statistics
In the US one in almost six people suffers hearing loss. But the multi-billion dollar hearing loss industry involves hearing aids on a per-person basis costing around $2000 each, which is massive when accumulated.
Further, if there is something like cochlear implant surgery there is a costing of around $100,000.
There are numerous ailments cured by ancient Navajo medicines that the book reveals. There is also a legal defense fund set up as lawyers attempted to close down the report and preserve the hearing loss industry.