Zetaclear Reviewed – Controversies Surrounding Zetaclear Treatment

Nail fungus infects 1 out of 10 adults in the whole world. I’m sure if you’re one of that ten, you wanted a good solution for your fungus problems. One of the most talked about product to battle nail fungus is Zetaclear. But many doesn’t know that there are some controversies surrounding their treatment.

So let’s a deeper look into this Zetaclear. Upon buying/receiving the product you will notice that there’s two components in Zetaclear treatment system. They are Oral Homeopathic Spray (we’re going to refer it as OHS from this paragraph on) and Clear Nails Solution (CNS).

Many thinks this is a good thing. By buying one brand, you receive two products. But this is not the case. In this case, both represents different treatment approach to nail fungus. Let’s dig further about these two components.

Let’s start with Zetaclear’s CNS. This CNS comprised of undecylenic acid (good stuff) plus other ingredients, oils. Although in general it’s all natural, not all contributes to fight the disease. The oils are to give a more smooth, fragrant treatment. This is a topical solution, I’d say it’s quite good.

The problem lies with the other component, Zetaclear’s OHS. Homeopathy is s a form of alternative medicine based upon principles first defined by Samuel Hahnemann in 1796. A central thesis of homeopathy is that an ill person can be treated using a substance that can produce, in a healthy person, symptoms similar to those of the illness. Which translates to “fighting fire with fire”. So basically this is what they put in OHS,

  • Antimonium Curdum 200C
  • Arsenicum Album 200C
  • Mancinella 30C
  • Nitricum Acidum 30C
  • Sulphur 12X
  • Thuja Occidentalis 200C

Let me explain the C and X part. One C (or centesimal) means that one part of that substance is diluted in 99 parts of pure water, sugar or alcohol (whichever suits the substance). Two C is, take one part of the result One C, then dilute it more in 99 parts of a dilutant. Let me save you the math (I know, I hate it too). So a 200C would mean there’s 1 part to 10 followed by 400 zeros part of water. It’s basically water! The X is just twice the C. So a 12X means 6C.

This is why homeopathic treatments, such as Zetaclear, has been dubbed a placebo effect type of treatment. Of course this works for some people, but the result varies greatly. And to the ones that claim it worked, It is my conclusion that if treatment using Zetaclear worked, it’s mostly caused by the CNS component.

The question is, do you trust a company that claims Zetaclear OHS works?