Is ASEA a Scam?
As you do your research on ASEA there will be various things you find on the web– many positive, a few negative. Some ask if ASEA is a scam which is a valid question that needs to be answered. The short answer- no, ASEA is not a scam. It is a real company, with real products that have real results.
The top 3 ASEA scam questions:
1. Is ASEA just expensive saltwater?
It is true that the ingredients that make up ASEA are extremely pure “salt” (sodium chloride) and water.
BUT the final product is balanced Redox Signaling molecules.
ASEA ingredients are sent through a highly patented 3-day process and the final product is stable, perfectly balanced Redox Signaling molecules suspended in a pristine saline solution – the same molecules that exist in the cells of the human body. These Redox molecules are vital for the health of your cells; that’s why your body makes its own supply. But after the age of 12, our cells make fewer and fewer of these molecules. ASEA is the world’s only supplement for Redox Signaling molecules.
Consider the ingredients shown on a loaf of bread such as flour, water, salt, etc… yet you don’t see water and flour in the final bread package… the product is bread. Similarly, you don’t see bread in the ingredients label… the ingredients are what makes up the bread.
But no need to just take my word for it… read some of the Scientific Validation for ASEA Products.
2. Is ASEA a Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) “pyramid”?
Yes and that is fine, nothing wrong here. There are business pyramids all around. Consider the Corporate pyramid shown to the left and when you learn about the MLM pyramid you’ll see that it has huge advantages. The main advantage of the MLM business model is that people start at the top of their own “pyramid” that they are creating. With time and effort a hugely successful business is possible. Or maybe just a small “pyramid”, enough to pay for their product or pay the monthly auto loan. So which would you prefer? The corporate pyramid with little to no chance of getting near the top… or an MLM structure where you start off as the “CEO” of your new business? A business with no “glass ceilings”.
This page won’t go into detail on the illegal pyramid, or ponzi scheme, but that is what some people think of MLM. But this is not ASEA. ASEA, and all legitimate business, is based on product sales whereas an illegal pyramid scam is a so called “business” that is not based on the sale of product but is based on the transfer of money- the money coming in today is paying out to the people who came in “yesterday”.
3. Is there science to back up ASEA?
Watch these brief videos about ASEA and the science behind ASEA. Additional videos and article on ASEAscience.com