Increase Height And Grow Taller Using Ayurvedic Urea Review – It Is A Scam, But A Complicated Scam

{Update: It seems that from the main website AyurvedicUrea.com, the main ingredient found in ayurvedic urea is “Dhatrumurgasiniy”. It seems this thing can only be found in NepalI will be doing some more research on what this plant/ compound really is.]

What I wanted to do with this post is try to prove conclusively that this new idea for height increase is either something worth looking into or just the newest craze in height increase to com along. When I typed in the words “Ayurvedic Urea Height Increase” into Google, I was surprised at what else I managed to find.

There is a Topix.com Discussion HERE

From the first looks of it, it would appear that at least a dozen people have all said that it is a real product which worked for them. This seems great until you realize that all the people who said that the product is legitimate have their location traced back to one location, Lalitpur, Nepal. Even what we would say is american names like Bob are coming from the same place. There seems to be another person from the UK also saying it is legitimate so we have two people who are saying it works. Most of the other posters are not sure or claim it is a scam.

From AyurvedicUrea.com

This website is the official website for the idea to increase height using ayurvedic urea. It seems that this website is based off of San Francisco from the Facebook page profile. They say on their page for scams that you should not buy “fake” ayurvedic urea from any providers from Africa or any one else EXCEPT them. So they seem to want you to only use them as a service. Hm….That makes me suspicious. When an organization is trying this hard to push out any possible competitors by claiming everyone else is a liar and scam artist, that make you wonder if they are a scam too. Something else to note is that the website seems to be based off of the Blogger Blogging Platform. That makes it seem like it is not very professional. However, I would have to concede that this website was built on a blogging platform too, WordPress. From this link HERE these guys say that they are the only people who sell the real Ayurvedic Urea. Are these sellers saying that they are the only people who can make this stuff? The website lists two other websites being fake sites selling fake ayurvedic urea however when I copy and pasted the URL domain names, I got only a standard WordPress 2011 theme with maybe 2 pages of weak content. Sites are www.buyayurvedicurea.com and www.ayurvedicurea.net. If you want to see what is on the websites, go ahead. There is almost nothing on these sites that the other site says makes them a scam. It’s Nothing. From the website there seems to be one “legitimate” sellers of the stuff. NAME: MELINA JATAMARI    CONTACT EMAIL: melinajatamari@gmail.com. Apparently she is the “only seller we have verified and authorized“. What the website does seem to do is hold the money in escrow so that the money you give will only reach them after you have tested the compound and seen its effects. The urea doesn’t seem to work on dwarves. There is research being conducted in Singapore starting around 11//23/2012 and will end in 7/23/2013. The next group of people being tested will be in Thailand. If you want to contact these people email them at support@ayurvedicurea.com. Or get in touch with some women named Sharon Stone (the same as the actress??) Here is the pricing from the website…

“NOW AVAILABLE IN LIQUID AND POWDER BOTH”

(Liquid and Powder both have same effect)

Ayurvedic Urea Price List (Updated November 26 2012)


PRICE LIST FLUCTUATES WITHOUT ANY NOTICE
PLEASE CHECK THIS PAGE OFTEN FOR FUTURE UPDATES

Ayurvedic Urea(Powder) Price-List
4 inches = US $68000
6 inches = US $85000
8 inches = US $105000

Ayurvedic Urea(Liquid) Price-List
4 inches = US $40000
6 inches = US $64000
8 inches = US $100000
We are looking at some VERY expensive stuff. I am wondering whether these people are missing the period/dot which would reduce the cost by 100X and make the stuff more affordable. There is no way someone would pay $105,000 USD to get 8 inches of this compound. Also stated from the website, this product will be launched officially on 1/7/2014. So we have more than a year before we see something big happen from the website.
These are the research and statistics numbers from the website….
Research/Sales Statistics: (as of November 21 2012)

Research completed – 1294 Individuals
Research Result – 100% Positive
Unofficial Purchase – 1458 Individuals/1458 Sales from the Official Website
Also the dosage and usage….
The Ayurvedic Urea Dosage And Use (How To Guide)

Introducing the new 4 inches package!
( DOSAGE AND USE )
8 INCHES = 55 KGs APPROX FOR 3 MONTHS
6 INCHES = 42 KGs APPROX FOR 5 MONTHS
4 INCHES = 25 KGs APPROX FOR 6 MONTHS
For 8 inches – Dosage
Eat 203.703 grams morning
Eat 203.703 grams afternoon
Eat 203.703 grams night
Total = 611.11 grams per day for 3 months.
Total = 55 Kilo Grams
For 6 inches – Dosage
Eat 93.33 grams morning
Eat 93.33 grams afternoon
Eat 93.33 grams night
Total = 280 grams per day for 5 months.
Total = 42 Kilo Grams
For 4 inches – Dosage
Eat 46.29 grams morning
Eat 46.29 grams afternoon
Eat 46.29 grams night
Total = 138.88 grams per day for 6 months.
Total = 25 Kilo Grams

From a WordPress blog based website MeetMeDaily.com

This website seems to be some form of funnel or sales page to get the person to go to the Ayurvedic Urea website. There is absolutely no scientific information on why this product would even work. There is even a Facebook page for Ayurvedic Urea located HERE. From the first look, there is over 6000 likes, and the profile website was created in 2009. The biggest discussion has around 54 comments with most of the profiles saying the product worked on them. However after I clicked on the profiles It showed that the profiles had no pictures, information, or friends. This seems to suggest that someone purposely created a few dozen fake Facebook Profiles to write up fake positive testimonials for this Ayurvedic Urea. There were real profiles who commented to the Facebook page asking how they can buy this extremely expensive product but it seems that no one has answered them back yet.

From AGRHood.com

7 thoughts on “Increase Height And Grow Taller Using Ayurvedic Urea Review – It Is A Scam, But A Complicated Scam

  1. naveen

    Sir,i want to know that is it works on 33 age. . .when ayu urea will be sell easily. . .and ,when we will be pur chased it in cheap price. . .plz reply

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    1. Kevin trudeau

      Ok look from my own experience i am saying and it is that the original urea is legit and we tried the original and we have indeed grown taller now again but before trying the original we tried duplicate urea and it didnt work and we lost money. So my suggestion to you guys is to buy original ayurvedic urea. Good luck.

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  2. DweepDX

    yep friend,I think its a big fucking conspiracy.I’ve been enormously curious in this.Since i wanted to grow taller 2 inches.I have researched many websites.All of them are scam.But this ayurvedic urea it seems complicated.People’re saying that it really works.Even a few people asked it on yahoo.And the answer is positive.And the cost is beyond imagination.That makes you believe it more that it cant be a scam since its too much expensive.Its more than 2.5mINR.with that money i can have limb lenthening surgery in my country.What makes me more curious is that they say you can even grow taller 8 inch if you’re 35 yrs which is impossible and its so fast.Even with surgery you can grow upto 3 inch tall.IF this product was this much famous and without any side-effect the surgery would no longer be needed.Never heard any orthopaedic mentioning this shit.Also i’ve seen that block and yeah i’ve seen most of those people who are commenting the product is legitimate, have address in nepal.Well noted mate.This blog deserves more viewers.Seems suspicious…

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  3. ayurved urea my ass

    This is a complicated scam… first of all there is no such thing as ayurved i c urea.. The reason the prices are so high on their “official” website is so that they will make people search for/turn to other so called “scam” sellers for cheaper prices.. If you really believe this stuff works and got a few thousand bucks to spare I’m sure you will be willing to pay $5000 or 6000 rather than $80000 – 100000. That’s where they get you.. I doubt people actually paid the official price to get this stuff. I found quite a few complaints online where people paid anywhere between $500 to $7000 to unofficial sellers and not getting their product or the money back. Right from the start these scumbags were targeting people who would willingly pay anything below $10000. They say the official launch will be Jan. 07/2014.. only a couple of weeks away from today.. I doubt the” real thing” will actually launch on that date.. come on if this was real the whole world would have known about it by now. These scam artists are getting better and smarter

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  5. Salvador

    I admit that this is suspicious, but this really does not prove that it’s a scam. In their website it does say how to verify whether or not a product coming from a seller is real, along with a list of verified (atleast according to them) suppliers. That is something that no other seller off any height gaining product has done.

    But like other websites, I have seen no published scientific reports/studies/results, before and after shots of people, no written or video testimonials.

    To look at it another way: There have been products such as Growth Factor Plus, Growth Max Plus, and Grow Tall ( all which I have tried) that are being sold at not cheap but not as expensive prices as Ayurvedic Urea, and none of them worked. I mean if you had something as miraculous as a height gaining supplement , it would make more sense to me that it would be a hell of a lot more expensive, akin to the limb lengthening procedures. I mean there are more reasons that it is so expensive than it just being for real, IJS.

    I contacted a couple of the distributors. One of them said that to reserve the product was $4,000 alone. Just to reserve the product. But unless I happen to win the mega millions lottery, I don’t see myself putting myself into such debt to buy a few inches in height.

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    1. Joe

      And what payment methods these distributors accept? Wire transfer? i would only risk my hard earned money if they will accept an escrow transaction.

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