Here is Steve’s review on the product The Lost Book of Remedies. The Lost Book of Remedies is a book that can be purchased both digitally and as a hard copy. As the title of the book suggests, The Lost Book of Remedies is a book of medicinal home remedies.
First of all, a disclaimer: Steve has not purchased nor read The Lost Book of Remedies, hence all opinions are based off of Steve’s first impression of the The Lost Book of Remedies advertisement and the provided info on its affiliate page. Basically, this is not Steve’s book review, but Steve’s ad review as an independent affiliate of the product!
Well, to start this off, Steve can’t help but promote the book a little as even Steve was tempted to purchase the book. Steve believes that The Lost Book of Remedies is basically a goto book for finding remedies to some sickness. Not only that, the book also has info on dangerous plants to avoid. Honestly, with the Corona virus going around during the time of this blog post, Steve can’t help but want to purchase this book as a safety net because Steve has heard of the saying “if modern medicines can’t solve the issue, maybe herbal remedies would be the solution”; however, Steve still decided against it for many reasons that Steve will tell you all about below.
Let’s start with the first impressions on the ad. Steve honestly believed that the ad was well done as it had successfully incorporated many of the good marketing factors such as credible source, detailed descriptions, and guarantees for refund; however, Steve’s job is not to place the product on a pedestal.
First of all, Steve believes the ad had way too much info. It’s a long ad, so it was expected, but Steve still enjoys shorter ads more. This video ad was more like a documentary to Steve, and Steve usually fall asleep when watching documentaries.
Not only was the ad long, the ad also had a large chunk of its time dedicated to slides and slides of text with no graphics. Even worst, the slides had no designs whatsoever, as if they had no effort put into them. Steve was so bored that Steve nearly had to skip through that part of the ad. Alas, Steve was hoping to see something interesting in between hence Steve did not skip that part, but Steve’s hopes were tossed out the window.
Moving on to the book itself, Steve heard the speaker drone on and on about how detailed the book was. As if that wasn’t enough, Steve also read on the affiliate page in detail of all the possible remedies and information that are stored in the book. Yes, it’s good that this book has a large bank of information; however, Steve believes it was way too much information.
The book is literally like a dictionary, and Steve always had the hardest time finding words in a dictionary, let alone trying to find a remedy to Steve’s problems when Steve is usually unsure of what the problem is. Steve is not a doctor that can simply figure out what health condition Steve has at a given moment in time, so Steve can’t help but wonder how this dictionary will help Steve if Steve doesn’t know where to start looking. Honestly, Steve would be better off simply going to the doctor even if Steve had the book.
Then, there’s always the assumption to be made whenever an ad claims to contain “all” of something. With a hard copy of the book, Steve believes the reader may have to worry about it being outdated as it certainly does not contain “all” remedies. The world is still changing every day as new plant species or variations are being sprouted every day. Unless the author has magical powers to monitor all plant life in addition to updating the book at the same time, the book can at most contain “all” remedies up to the date the book was written. Steve won’t fall for that misconception, and you all shouldn’t, too.
That is all Steve has to comment on for the ad for The Lost Book of Remedies. As for Steve’s current verdict for this product, it is still being determined with the help of everyone one of you out there. Like always, Steve shall update this post if Steve finds more aspects to criticize, or maybe when Steve buys the book as a safety net. Now go here and pick faults with this product now or try it out~