VidaCalm Review – Health Website Images

Overview Of VidaCalm

More than 50 million people in the United States have tinnitus.[1] Tinnitus is persistent ringing or buzzing in the ears. Some people’s condition can be so severe that it impacts their quality of sleep and focus.

Are you suffering from tinnitus? Certain neutraceuticals may offer support and help restore your normal hearing.

VidaCalm is an all-natural dietary supplement containing vitamins, minerals, and herbs that may improve ear health and treat tinnitus.

Could its formulation help you? Let’s look at the science behind VidaCalm.


VidaCalm Review – Health Website Images

How Does VidaCalm Work?

According to the manufacturer, VidaCalm’s ingredients support the functioning of your auditory system through the following mechanisms:

  • Provides nutritional support for ear and whole body health
  • Restores and protects the health of inner ear hairs
  • Addresses excess glutamate buildup

Who Is The Manufacturer Of VidaCalm

Phytothrive Labs manufactures VidaCalm. According to VidaCalm’s website, the product contains all-natural ingredients and is produced in a certified Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) facility in the United States.

It’s unclear where Phytothrive Labs sources its ingredients. The VidaCalm website vaguely states ingredients are from “local growers.”

What Are The Ingredients In VidaCalm?

VidaCalm contains over 18 ingredients. You can find a full breakdown on the product’s website. Here are some of its main ingredients:

Riboflavin – Riboflavin, also called vitamin B2[2], may play an important role in hearing health. A study[3] on a large Korean population found that low vitamin B2 intake is significantly associated with tinnitus. Restoring low vitamin B2 levels may improve hearing and tinnitus.
Magnesium – This ingredient supports proper nerve and muscle function, including those in the ears. In one study[4], patients with tinnitus had lower serum magnesium levels than the control group.
Zinc – This mineral plays a role in synapses of the auditory system. Synapses in the auditory system are between inner ear hair cells and auditory nerve neurons. Research on zinc’s effectiveness for tinnitus is mixed. One study[5] found that zinc supplementation improved tinnitus symptom scores in patients with noise-induced hearing loss compared to the placebo group. However, a meta-analysis[6] of several other clinical trials found that zinc supplementation did not significantly improve tinnitus in participants.
L-Theanine – L-theanine is an amino acid found in green and black tea. It’s primarily known for its calming effect on the nervous system. However, it may also benefit auditory health. Research[7] shows that l-theanine improved auditory information processing in healthy adult participants.
Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) – Adequate amounts of GABA counterbalance glutamate. Excess glutamate can contribute to neurodegeneration, anxiety, and nerve cell death. Excessive release of glutamate can also contribute to tinnitus through excitotoxicity.[8] GABA acts as an inhibitory neurotransmitter and calms this excitotoxicity down, potentially preventing excess glutamate production and tinnitus. We still need more robust research in this area.

The Science Behind VidaCalm

Despite claiming that each ingredient is featured in clinical trials, the VidaCalm website does not list scientific references for customers to view. We can’t guarantee that each ingredient is scientifically proven for tinnitus relief.

VidaCalm doesn’t appear to be formulated or supported by the research and expertise of healthcare professionals.

The manufacturer recommends consulting with your doctor before taking VidaCalm.

What Are The Benefits Of VidaCalm

  • It may relieve ear ringing or buzzing
  • VidaCalm may protect the inner ears from oxidative stress
  • The product is free of GMO’s, fillers, and preservatives
  • It could improve hearing

What Are The Drawbacks Of VidaCalm

  • The manufacturer doesn’t specify where it sources ingredients
  • VidaCalm is expensive
  • Some of the customer reviews on the website appear photoshopped and fake
  • The product isn’t third-party tested for safety

FAQs: Consumer Questions & Answers

Refer to the sections below to find answers to any questions you might have about VidaCalm.

The manufacturer claims the product is safe and has no reported side effects. However, we can't guarantee the validity of this statement, considering VidaCalm’s ingredients aren’t third-party tested.

Some of VidaCalm’s ingredients may interact with medications, such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs).

VidaCalm is available on its official website. One bottle is $79.00, three bottles are $177.00, and six bottles are $294.00.

With the purchase of the three or six-bottle bundle, customers receive four free e-books on health and wellbeing.

VidaCalm doesn’t come with a free trial. You can return your VidaCalm purchase for a full refund within 60 days of the original purchase date. We were unable to find VidaCalm’s customer service contact information.

The package instructs customers to take one capsule per day.

Products similar to VidaCalm include Cortexi Capsules and Zenotone.

The manufacturer says this product doesn’t have any side effects. However, based on our research, some of its ingredients may lead to gastrointestinal upset, nausea, and dizziness. These side effects are rare but can happen when ingredients are taken in large amounts.

You can read more about VidaCalm on its official website. You can also find more information on third-party review websites.

What Are Consumers Saying About VidaCalm

The VidaCalm website features three customer reviews. As we mentioned previously, these reviews appear photoshopped and fake.

These reviews reported improved hearing, sharper memory, and relief from tinnitus.