Interesting....that sucks. I wonder how they go about getting 5 stars on Amazon? And there were like thousands of reviews and verified but maybe placebo effect? I usually get excited by anything that specifically talks about repairing tight junctions as I feel that is something I need very badly.
Why Humic and fulvic acid supplements? Are those two the main ingredients?
Ignore almost all reviews if they mention autism. I will tell you a sad truth abt autism. It has become just as controversial as cancer, if worse is possible then take that level. Autism is REAL and we parents and our kids are suffering but most authorities are concerned about
their money and profit. So that one side and other side parents, who are desperate. They will try every darn thing that shows the silver lining. Some research but most don't because it is not easy to understand the biochemistry involved. Its not a cup of tea of the most, not even the physicians. So if they notice a minor benefit, its like they found the Midas touch and there goes the 5 star.
Second, someone told me that Restore was available for free on those paid-for-reviews websites. If they have posted their 'honest' review then ignore those 5 stars as well. If your product is so darn good then you do not have to give it for free in exchange for the reviews.
Still, if you want, get the smallest bottle and try that. Humic acid and Fulvic acid are some of the contents, so I was told.