Report: #1368486

Complaint Review: wonderhearingaid

  • Submitted: Wed, April 19, 2017
  • Updated: Wed, April 19, 2017
  • Reported By: Auro Gold is a SCAM — New York New York USA
  • wonderhearingaid

    Internet
    USA

Auro Gold / Auro Liquid Gold & Adya Clarity, (Black Mica) SCAM, Deceptive Product, Trick, Rip Off, Unsafe for Consumption Sacramento, CA Internet

*UPDATE Employee: This is a smear campaign we rebutted 7 years ago

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Auro Gold, Auro Liquid Gold is a **repackaging** and RENAMING of Adya Clarity.  

They are the SAME product! Both are proposed miracle water purifying products with absurb claims of what they can do.   

The claims state that this product can "NEUTRALIZE" Fluoride, Remove over 250 contaminates and all sorts of other ridiculous claims such as turning a $5 bottle of wine int an $80 bottle and turning your hot tub into a "hot Spring"....

Municipal Water Supplies also use Aluminum Sulfate but this is then filtered out... the people that are promoting and selling Auro Gold and Adya Clarity are stating that it's OK and SAFE to drink this accumulated sludge at the bottom of the bottle once it settles stating that it is no longer harmful.  This should only be used in absolute emergency situations and not in everyday drinking water!

Even scarier... most people filtering their water are trying to stay away from heavy metals!  Auro Gold and Adya Clarity have ALARMINGLY high levels of Aluminum and Iron which are not stated in levels on the label! See below:

http://www.naturalnews.com/036012_Adya_Clarity_FDA_lab_tests.html 

These Scam artists are PREYING on people concerned with the purity of water they are drinking.  They use "Truther Topics" to gain trust from their "Followers" and use this trust to sell a deceptive product.  This product is NOT safe for consumption!

Please do some research and here are a few excellent sources:

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http://www.naturalnews.com/034022_Adya_Clarity_Health_Canada.html

Imported as "battery acid"

One of the tips NaturalNews received on this story claims that Adya, Inc. was importing Adya Clarity under the description of "battery acid." I could hardly believe this was true, so I checked it out myself.

What I found was surprising but true: On the ImportGenius.com website, a query of "Adya Inc" from Coldwater, Michigan turns up numerous entries of imported materials from the SHIMANISHI KAKEN CO. in Japan to ADYA INC in Coldwater Michigan.

The contents of these shipments?

INORGANIC CHEMICALSHS CODE 3824 BATTERY FLUID ACID

Aluminum sulfate's use as a chemical flocculant

Aluminum sulfate, of course, has long been used in municipal water treatment facilitiesas a "chemical flocculant" or "coagulant." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aluminium_sulfa...)

This is one of the observed properties of Adya Clarity -- when you pour it into a glass of dirty water, many of the impurities in the water coagulate and then, over 24 hours or so, they settle to the bottom of the container, leaving the water above these coagulants less polluted.

In municipal water treatment facilities, aluminum sulfate is often used for the same purpose in one stage of the water filtration process. But importantly, there is another stageafter that which REMOVES the coagulated metals and minerals so that they don't enter the water supply. No one in a water treatment facility would recommend you actually drinkthe coagulant!

Yet Adya Clarity implies this behavior on its label, where it says you add Adya Clarity to water and then "enjoy the crisp, clean taste of Adya Clarity water," without mentioning that you should never drink the coagulated gunk in the bottom of the glass.

Adya Clarity also sold as "black mica extract" and "ionic minerals"

Be aware that Adya Clarity has also been sold as "black mica extract." In addition, it is sometimes marketed as the following:

• ionic minerals
• mica water
• magnetic minerals

This does not mean that other products marketed as "ionic minerals" are somehow bad for you, by the way. This solely refers to Adya's product being described or marketed as "ionic minerals" or "mica water."

REPORT THESE ACCOUNTS IF YOU SEE THEM!

SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS SELLING/PROMOTING AURO GOLD:

INSTAGRAM:

@Connecting_Consciousness

@Connecting_Consciousnesss (3 s's - They made a "backup account")

@The_nate_max_project

@Nathan11.11

FACEBOOK/NAMES(Most likely not their real names): 

Shayne Benattar

Neil Pascoe

Harald Kautz Vella

Dave Max

THE DANGERS OF ALUMINUM:

http://chemicaloftheday.squarespace.com/most-controversial/2012/9/11/dangers-of-aluminum.html

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#1 UPDATE Employee

This is a smear campaign we rebutted 7 years ago

AUTHOR: Nissim - (USA)

Hello,

 

I have been working with Auro Liquid Gold and with the older label Adya Clarity for 10 years now.

In 2010 an awful smear campaign was launched against us by mike adams,

Claiming unsubstantiated claims and taking information about our minerals completely out of context, fear mongering. 

It's easy to scare people, when a basic understanding about minerals vs. heavy metals,

and minerals as a topic in general, is widely (greatly) misunderstood.

 

Our patent exists for 40 years. The inventor spent 50 years of his life in search for a solution to remedy damages done to our ground water.

The company is a respected company in their field serving governments, and the agriculture industry

for decades.

Back in the 80's at least 3 countries offered to buy-out the patent. If there was an issue with the minerals,

why would they offer this? Also Korea and China tried to reverse engineer the patent- why would they do that?

 

If there was an inch of validity to all these lies posted about us- why are we still in business? Why are we not in jail?

Why has the FDA visited our facilities and found NOTHING wrong (still back in 2011)? Why have we sued the largest

past distributor MM (being part of the smear campaign) in court in CA for refusing to pay their bill and won

Why are so many of us involved with the product for so many years feeling alive, well, healthy and clear for so long? Aren't we supposed to be sick and dead by now? Aren't we supposed to have heavy metal toxicity? There has been done a 90-day human clinical trial showing how the minerals remove heavy metals in the body: Lead, Arsenic, Mercury, and Aluminum? How can our minerals have toxic aluminum, when they are proven to remove it from the body?

 

Our minerals are extracted using sulfuric acid, mimicking the natural process of the bacteria we used to have in the ground used to excrete an acid to dissolve rocks into bioavailable minerals for plants to absorb. Hence the product contains small amounts of sulfuric acid, which is why the minerals are in sulfate form (activated, as in plants), as in hot springs. The classification to import this into the US is under battery acid, it’s a UN harmonizing code (import code), nothing else. 

Aluminum Sulphate is needed in the stomach to regulate PH for digestion. I'm not saying you should take my word for it, all I'm saying is truly research it for yourself. Look up Elmer Heinrich's books talking about the toxic mineral belief, speaking about the Aluminum "scare", pages 30-32:

https://www.scribd.com/doc/294650517/fund-source-olife?secret_password=A0PsuBUxBEmvAqGioYZz#from_embed

Aluminum Sulfate is a plant based mineral, as in Auro. Bananas contain so much aluminum, as well as pineapples, peanuts, apples, celery etc. We consume so much plant based aluminum per day that if it was toxic as you falsely claim, all humanity should be dead by now.

Aside from Aluminum, veggies and fruit contain: arsenic, sulfur, silica, strontium (which in its radioactive state is poisonous), lead, and other essential minerals in their sulfate, ionic state, as in Auro.

I guess humanity at large is all dead now, because of all the aluminum laced produce they have been eating for 100's of years... hmmm...

 

If I'm still here after all these years, haven't missed a beat, still in business (and I'm not a big pharma with millions of dollars), making an honest living by promoting a technology of value, then seems to me like it may be a good idea to check and re-check the sources of who posted these lies just to interfere with all that is good on this planet.

So if people are really committed to spread truth and really care for humanity, they would realize that there ia way more that meets the eye and understand that Auro is a viable SOLUTION for many pressing problems on our planet today.

Feel free to contact me should you have any more questions.

 

 

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