Is Asea a scam?


Quick Answer

ASEA is a real product rather than a scam, but it is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration. ASEA, which is sold as a nutritional supplement, is not proven to treat or cure any medical condition.

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Full Answer

The only listed ingredients in ASEA are water and salt. The company claims that the water and salt undergo a patented process that produces new molecules, but these molecules are not listed in the product ingredients.

ASEA's parent company produces a second, similar supplement called RENU 28. The primary difference between these two products is that ASEA is intended for consumption and RENU 28 is intended for use on the skin.

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