Does Neuroveen Really Work?

Does Neuroveen really work?Neuropathy can be a debilitating disease, and Neuroveen is aimed to help those that suffer from its symptoms. If you have tried several remedies with no luck yet, you may be tempted to try Neuroveen because on the surface it looks like it might be something that could potentially work. However, that’s a pretty big might. When considering whether to use Neuroveen or not you have to consider how much you believe in homeopathy.

Homeopathic remedies have been around for several decades. They’re not something new to the scene. What homeopathic remedies do is take a certain strain of a chemical and dilute it in water many times, sometimes hundreds of times, with the concept being that the energy from the remedy gets more powerful the more it’s diluted.

At first listen, this might not sound very logical. It definitely goes against reason to think that the more you dilute something the more powerful it becomes. The practitioners of homeopathy swear by it, and even bring up the Law of Attraction as a basis for its effectiveness. They claim that the frequency of the remedy gets more and more amplified the more it’s diluted.

The basics of neuropathy:

The Claim
Neuroveen has several claims on their sales page. Right off the top they say that it will safely and quickly relieve you of your Neuropathy symptoms.

They say that it’s not addictive, that it won’t make you drowsy, and it’s safe for diabetics. This latest claim is very important since diabetics frequently suffer from the symptoms of neuropathy.

Some of the symptoms that they claim to be able to work on is the pain, burning sensation, the sensitivity, the numbness, as well as the tingling sensation and weakness usually associated with those suffering from neuropathy.

They also say that their cure works quickly, is natural, and has no negative side effects. It’s interesting to note that they add the word negative to side effects, leading one to believe that there are side effects associated with taking it, however they don’t have a negative effect on the body according to the makers of Neuroveen.

A Note on 100% Five-Star Reviews
It’s almost comical that Hello Life has the gall to put a five-star rating system on their site that is so obviously preened of anything resembling a negative remark. Their “average rating” is completely meaningless, and they’ve most likely paid or made up each review found at the site.

The Hype
There isn’t much hype surrounding Neuroveen, in fact most people can see right through the flimsy sales page and realize that it’s just a lot of fluff. It hasn’t gained any sort of momentum in the industry, and is just one in a long line of products made by Hello Life.

The Cost
What you’re buying here is what’s known as a tincture. It’s basically a little bottle of liquid, dispensed with an eye dropper, and by its own definition only contains a miniscule amount of effective ingredients.

That being said, just to try Neuroveen you’d better be prepared to shell out $30 plus shipping for a one month supply. But you can get a six-month supply for $144 which includes shipping. This is recommended if you want to follow their advice and give the product the 3-6 months it needs to be effective.

The Commitment
The makers of Neuroveen advise that it may take 3 to 6 months for you to see the results that they speak of at the website. This means you have to be committed for the long haul. Most people cannot stick with a regimen of daily activity for such a long period of time, especially if no results are seen for weeks or months.

That is the real danger of taking Neuroveen, you won’t know if it’s actually working until months later, and by that time you will have either given up, or decided it’s not worth it. At this point, it’s probably not likely that you’ll return it for a refund, or if you did, that your request will be honored.

Even if you can get on board with homeopathic remedies, and believe in their effectiveness overall, that still leaves you to make up your mind whether or not Neuroveen works.

They list their ingredients, and mention that each one is approved by the FDA. However, when asked directly if Neuroveen is approved by the FDA, they point out that it is registered but this does not mean it is approved. This leads one to ask the question, why would something that contains only approved ingredients not be able to be approved by the FDA itself?

There’s just too many unanswered questions about Neuroveen to be able to give it our backing. Perhaps if their website and sales pitch were a little less sleazy, and they gave us more to go on besides what they say at face value, we could be a little more supportive.

Final Neuroveen Review

While we do believe that Neuroveen is safe to take and try for yourself, we don’t believe that it will produce the results that it states, and therefore would be a waste of time and expenditure. However, if you’ve tried everything else and haven’t had any luck, and also if you don’t mind the cost, it’s worth a try just to see if there’s any legitimacy to the claims.

Also, if you have a strong belief in homeopathic remedies this could lead to the product being effective, at least on a placebo-based level.

We also invite anyone not affiliated with the company to leave a real review at the bottom of this page. It is our belief that no actual user has tried and reported back their findings on any sort of open forum. We gladly invite both positive and negative reviews and look forward to a chance at a continuing dialogue.

Our Recommendation
Stay away from Neuroveen. There is very little likelihood that the product works, and their webpage does very little to convince someone that there is even a possibility that it might work. It can be frustrating to live with your symptoms of neuropathy, and it might lead to some decisions that are made in desperation, but this is one instance where you can save your money for something more worthwhile, and continue the search for something that works.

What do you think? Does Neuroveen work or not?

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{ 29 comments… read them below or add one }

Brad March 22, 2012 at 4:57 am

I have a question. Why don’t you find a few people who have neuropathy and let them test the product? Seems that you are only trying to get people to your own website and try your stuff.
Don’t understand how you can knock down a product without testing it yourself.
Wondering if you will put this on your website.


Does It Really Work March 22, 2012 at 2:44 pm

I don’t really think our overview of the product was out of line. We based everything on user feedback. And I don’t think it is fair to say “Seems that you are only trying to get people to your own website and try your stuff.”

Anywhere on this page are we recommending a different Neuropathy treatment?


m e March 30, 2012 at 8:14 pm

wah wah wah


Dorothy Black April 16, 2012 at 12:55 am

after suffering he’ll for 4 years I have just ordered neuro even when you are desperate you will try anything and if it’s only a placebo effect your site does nothing to help. If it was a dangerous drug I could understand. Only someone suffering this pain would understand.


Marvin Matteson July 27, 2012 at 7:51 pm

i see no comments from folks who have actually used this with any success. anyone out there


Mallory Green August 12, 2012 at 4:32 pm

I tried Neuroveen for about 3 months … I think it helped some … I haven’t used Neuroveen for 2 months and my symptoms have gotten worse. Today I will order another 3 month supply.


Carolyn Haston August 23, 2012 at 5:51 pm

I too am interested in seeing comments of folks who have actually used the stuff and had success?? I am desperate but at the same time skeptical. If I could find a product that worked I would buy but the risk of buying this product is scary because its just a web page..Trying to find a review for the product that isn’t on the sale page would be nice~ So please anyone with useful comments like Mallory Green please post them.. I am in severe pain and cannot see getting robbed because of it.


clara martin September 19, 2012 at 3:54 pm

I bought some Neuroveen some time ago, dn’t remember when, and I found it up in my cabinet and since my neuropathy is getting worse I wanted to continue trying it but it does not have any instructions on the bottle as to how to take it. It is a liquid that I suppose you either put under you tongue or in water but I do not know how many drops, how often or anything as there are not instructions on the bottle as to how to take it. Anyone out there who can tell me I would appreciate it.
Thank you.


Ken Carr January 4, 2013 at 8:34 pm

Clara! I just saw your comment of 3 1/2 months ago. The dosage of Neuroveen is 1 mL twice daily for persons 50 lbs or more, shake before using, put the recommended dosage into an 8-12 oz. non-metal container of pure (non-chlorinated) water and drink, or, you may dispense the dosage directly into you mouth with the bottle dropper. If you already have this info. please disregard. By the way, you need to check the expiration date on your bottle since it was in your cabinet for some time. have a good day. Ken.


Bob November 22, 2012 at 4:38 pm

Ok, here it is. An honest review by someone with no agenda other than eliminating the God awful pain and inch in my feet that was driving me up a wall for a couple years now.

61 year old, good health, CEO of a manufacturing company. Had symptoms coming on for a couple years and got to the point where it was keeping me up all night and having to kick off my shoes during the day at inappropriate times but I had no other recourse than to rub the living hell out of the area being attacked.

I am not a believer necessarily in homeopathic treatments except as a last resort. Well, I was ready to do anything including surgery to rip out the addicted nerves so I decided to give Neuroveen a try. I am amazed to say that within a week I had decidedly less severe incidents. It has been two months and for the past three or so weeks I haven’t had a single event. I don’t know what to tell you. Maybe I just wanted to believe in something, anything, so badly I mentally overcame the problem? Frankly, I don’t care what anyone wants to think of it but the bottom line is something has changed and it has brought back a quality of life issue for me that I couldn’t have believed possible a couple months ago. So take what you want from this testimonial. I can assure you that I have absolutely NO AGENDA here.

Good luck to all those who suffer from Neuropathy. I hope you find something that works for you. As Clinton once said, ” I feel your pain”.


Pam December 6, 2012 at 6:48 pm

With great skepticism, mixed with desperation I started using Neuroveen three months ago. I had tried everything else I could find to no avail but figured I’d try one last thing. To my amazement, it has really helped me. I didn’t find it did anything when rubbed on, but taken orally, it definitely helps. I am able to sleep through the night again (was impossible for years because of the neuropathy symptoms). There are hours at a time where I have no pain; the rest of the time it is down to a level that I can live with. The only negative I have found is I have to use it 4-6 times a day rather than the two times recommended, which means I have to buy it more often. It is expensive, but no more so than most other things I tried. I wish it was cheaper and came in larger bottles, but hey, it is working for me and for that I am thankful.


Ellian S. Gama December 12, 2012 at 1:41 am

It worked perfect for my neuropathy due to chemotheraphy. The results were inmediate relief and lasting. I highly recommend Neuroveen. Wish it came in a larger size to make it less expensive.


ina rupocinski January 21, 2013 at 1:51 am

i’m trying neuroveen for 1 month if it does’t work i will send it back and get 70% of my money back


Alex February 11, 2013 at 7:47 pm

I have spent money on other products in the years for my failed back surgery with nerve damage to the l5 nerve root after a clinical artificial disc replacement trial which screwed me up for life,

The only person that can give a review that’s worth a damn is who has used it and has symptoms of either mild case or severe case of nerve pain as some people have ,!

I have ordered neuroveen before as I tried to avoid having a spinal cord stimulater implanted ,
The stuff helps and nobody would buy this stuff if it did nothing ! I think it costs too much of course and long term use of course it can break the bank for some of us who are low income and disabled,

It’s going on 9 years that I suffer with this condition severe nerve pain flare up along with neuropathy to my legs, I tried everything out there as even the spinal cord stimulater don’t help it,
Every nerve medication they have for nerve pain has too much side affects in my case as you work your way up on the dose,

Neuroveen helps but I don’t agree it has no side affects because it does, Maybe not to everyone but I took it Dailey and did not take too much but still felt upset stomach from it,
This was the reason I stoped using it before, I ordered 2 more botles recently and same thing hapened while using up the first bottle,

I decided to try rub it on the area puting some on my hand and just rub it in where nerve travels on lower back as I read you can use it like this also, It seems to help and I just hope it can’t do any harm as you can’t realy measure how much you puting on , Is it safe enough to rub on and no way to use too much to cause harm I hope ?

Bottom line is if doctors don’t have an answer and can’t help you have to believe in something and find what works and we are not morons we know if something helps or not,
I am so tierd of hearing this so called placebo affect as if we were mental or something just cause they don’t know how it works and if the doctor did not prescribe it and it’s helping you must be nuts or something,

If they can’t explain it then it can’t be true , of course something is in it that helps calm the pain down,
If we could talk ourself in to making something work we sure the he’ll ain’t going to pay for it,

There is no reason the cost should be so high and they should have others making it to lower the cost as competition would bring the cost way down and not take advantage of people who are already suffering,
After all it’s not gold , Others can make the same product or even beter product to help everyone who suffers from this condition,
They know people like us will pay any cost to get some releif,
If anyone knows of something beter that works and cheaper I am all ears,

Best wishes to all ,


Michael Kilkenny March 1, 2013 at 2:35 pm

I’ve been suffering with peripheral neuropathy in my feet for a couple of years. I saw neurologist who prescribed Lyrica. I was told that Lyrica would help alleviate the tingling, pain and sensitivity, but the numbness would always be there as a result of nerve damage. I had very bad reaction to the Lyrica, which (apparently) is not uncommon. The doctor suggested a lower dosage, but I refused. He then suggested acupuncture,which I have not acted on. I’m very intrigued by the Neuroveen, but have a couple of questions. I would prefer to treat the affected area topically rather than ingesting it orally. Some comments indicated that taken orally is more effective. I take medications for high blood pressure and high cholesterol (a statin) and there doesn’t seem to be any comments regarding interaction with meds. That’s why I wouldn’t want to take it orally. Long winded comment, but hopefully someone will share.


Nobjan May 29, 2013 at 1:58 am

Hope this info is helpful. The following statement is copied and pasted from the Neuroveen sales page:

“Neuroveen is an OTC Homeopathic Medicine (FDA product listed NDC# 49726-015-02) that may be used with other prescription or OTC medications”


Paula Dearing September 2, 2013 at 7:08 pm

Michael, My husband has had peripheral neuropathy in his feet (and now hands) for almost 20 years. He is currently on Lyrica (among other meds.) Around 15 years ago he tried acupuncture (we found a medical doctor who took in acupuncture patients on certain days and times in a separate office.) It seemed to help somewhat but sometimes the treatment would “stir things up” making it hurt before it felt better. He suggested this acupuncture doctor to a number of people who were in very bad shape (for other reasons than neuropathy) who were unbelievably helped going from homebound to once again very active. We have learned Acupuncture does work for a number of people we know but it’s like everything else, it doesn’t have the same effectiveness for each individual person. Now, the most important thing of this post is the subject of the statin you are taking. My husband found a new Neurologist for advice because things were getting so bad he could hardly stand the pain. At his first appt., after the Doctor listened to his story, and looked at the list of his meds. and past reports etc., he told him to go home and not take the statin anymore. IT CAN CAUSE NEUROPATHY! Well, it didn’t cause his neuropathy it made it much worse… he is now back to a more manageable pain level and we are being VERY CAREFUL with his diet to help control the cholesterol problem, which is no longer a problem. YOU MUST BE VERY COMMITED TO EATING RIGHT, LOSING WEIGHT ETC. FOR THIS TO WORK so work with your Doctor so you can be successful. My husband bought the Neuroveen when he was still in so much pain because of the statin, so nothing was going to help until the statin was deleted. We just got out an unopened bottle of Neuroveen and talked about trying it out again so that’s why I’m on this site, re-learning about it. When reading through the posts I waned to pass on to you our experience with the statin. My husband was on the statin for quite a few years, we sure wish we’d found our new Neurologist sooner. We are experimenting with certain supplements right now and are maybe coming up with things that are helping him get rid of some of his other meds. He is now down to one pill (instead of 4) of his diabetic medicine. Good luck and hope this was helpful.


karen taylor November 2, 2013 at 8:40 pm

try it Michael. I take statin drug, blood pressure meds and am diabetic. I found it worked!! and no side effects. I take it orally right from the dropper.. I notice no bad taste..very little taste in fact…twice a day.


Greg June 1, 2013 at 7:35 pm

I just received my order. Cannot wait to try it but am worried because my doctor has not heard of this. I will let you know what happens. Anything is better than this horrible pain. Nothing else has worked.


Warren Grant July 8, 2013 at 4:17 pm

July 8, 2013 I have just purchased two bottles of Neuroveen. I will be asking my Dr. if he feels there may be a problem. I have Neuropathy from Chemo and it’s driving me crazy. Please check back in two months for a real testimony as to whether Neuroveen is any good or has any side effects. My treatments for cancer are over so I should know if this works and I will leave an honest opinion. In the meantime, the best to those who suffer.


karen taylor November 2, 2013 at 8:34 pm

Okay.. I have tried it and it DOES work! I have diabetic neuropathy in my feet..the burning was so bad I had a hard time getting to sleep at night. I bought one month’s supply.. in about 3 wks the burning sensation was TOTALLY gone. The bottle lasted a little past a month. It has been 2 months since I ran out..I did not buy more..but the burning has NOT returned! I showed it to my medical doctor and to my neurologist and both said there was nothing in it to harm me and if it worked that was great. They took down the info to share with other patients.!
I tried Lyrica..but all I did was sleep!! i cannot live life that way! Yeah. it helped..but I have a life and do not want to sleep it it is a chemical with side effects! I’d rather do the homeopathic way!

IT WORKED FOR ME!! Please do your RESEARCH before you condemn something..but what the website says! That is VERY UNPROFESSIONAL!!


Mary A. Merrill November 23, 2013 at 6:56 pm

Beside the pain in my legs and loss of mussel control and loss of balance, I was having pain all over my body. Not only was I having symptoms of neuropathy I was having symptoms of fibromyalgia. It was a struggle to just get out of bed. I was miserable. I felt I was doing all the right stuff like exercising, changing my diet, taking supplements, doing acupuncture and eliminating foods that I felt were some of the cause, like wheat , gluten. dairy. A week ago I started taking Neuroveen. After about three days, I just about jumped out of bed. I couldn’t believe the pain was not any where in my body. I know this sounds crazy and way out there, and I can’t believe it myself . I feel better than I have in the past five years. I’m 82 years old, and I thought I was finished, but, it’s only been one week ,I’ll be anxious to see what’s ahead. I hope with everything in me that I have actually found the one straw that I needed along with everything else I was doing to feel alive again. I have always been a strong believer in self help and knowing my body and how to keep myself healthy.

Thank you Neuroveen, I do believe you were the missing link in getting rid of my awful pain.
Mary Merrill


Willy Miranda December 7, 2013 at 1:29 am

My left foot (the top of it) every night burns and pains me….only at end of day not during the day. I cannot figure out what to do.
I have diabetes and have tried a lot of different creams and nothing,
My right foot no problem I am 66 ….does anybody know what I should do about taking homeopathic meds. I do take other statins.
Help me if you can.


Jen Brooks January 21, 2014 at 12:09 am

My husband has been suffering from neuropathy for 3 years. For him it was deep aching in his legs that kept him up 4-5 nights a week. 6 months ago he tried Neuroveen and its worked wonders for him! It took a couple months but now that hes been taking it for 6, he is feeling like a new person. I dont often put my opinions out there but im such a believer I had to in this case. Its amazing the difference it has made. When I ask him what percentage that he feels better he says 90 . I know it can be different from person to person but its worth trying! He takes it twice a day.


Amy B.` February 1, 2014 at 11:25 pm

Thanks for everybody, specially Mary A, Merril!!I am 80 years old and diagnosed3 yearsago withBe


Amy B.` February 1, 2014 at 11:31 pm

I am glad to read Mary A. Merrill’s comment! I am 80 Y,old, and have dificulties from legweakness, and
balance, pluss numbness, and tingeling.I ha no choise just start on this stuff. …I am fuill with hope.
My husband is a cancer patient, canyou imaginehow much I am determined, to be there forhim…?
I am ordering rught afterthis letter, an will returnwith my experience, helping – hopfully- others.
(Sorry for my typos)


Deb T. February 10, 2014 at 2:40 am

I just bought Neuroveen. It has been sitting on my desk for one week, I have been afraid to try it. I have sever neuropathy in both feel, they are totally numb now.

I have so many health issues for 30 years this nerve damage is the most recent problem, I feel a bit more safe to take it since so many responded.

Thank you! I will begin tomorrow. I do not know what is best to take AM or PM? I will call the company and ask them.

I will come back and give an update!


DenDen April 10, 2014 at 8:27 am

Hi to everybody, especially Deb…..I just ordered Neuroveen tonight 4/10/2014…..
Twenty five years of this Neuropathy is enough. I have tried Neurontin (Gabapentin), Capsaicin Cream, mail order Neuropathy Support Formula, Thiamine and extra B-1, 2, 6, 12 along with living without wearing shoes for 20 years….just open-toed slippers……The burning, stinging, numbness, and lack of feeling in my feet have prevented me from driving a car for the past two years!

I am relegated to try anything at this point in time, and if it works I will pay the price just for a better way of spending my final time……Right now, I’m looking for ‘Quality’ and not so much ‘Quantity’ if you know what I mean! I have spent untold dollars on the 30+ pairs of slippers I have sitting in my closet…All of you please keep in touch….I am yet to learn how I might respond to Neuroveen, but I am ready to give it a try, and judge it fairly…..and I am serious……so stay tuned, and that means you people too at Neuroveen ….the proof is yet to come…..Have you (Neuroveen) ever considered responding to forums like this?

This is DenDen from Gilroy, CA.


pat doddy January 13, 2015 at 9:04 pm

does anyone have mobility and balance issues without pain?


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