We have information on them on our “complementary treatments” page, and here is a short summary: Its a little old, and they might have more information - but the conclusion is still the same from our web site’s standpoint:
In our opinion this product is unproven, with risks and costs that currently outweigh possible benefits. In fact we agree with Dr. Philip Long’s assessment of the product:
“This commercial group (TrueHope/Synergy) has claimed to have discovered a vitamin mixture that has “totally resolved Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Depression, Autism, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and Fibromyalgia” (quoting from a brochure I received in Vancouver advertising their lecture at Douglas College). These false claims of miraculous cures are a medical fraud - period.”
"Think about it - if there was a vitamin mixture that cured Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Autism etc. - why wouldn’t the recipe for this major discovery just be posted on the Internet so all could benefit. EM Power is just a mixture of commonly used vitamins and minerals that anyone can buy at a local health foods store. Why the big secret? Why won’t EM Power publish what is in their vitamin mixture? You know the answer - money. EM Power is a typical medical scam promising miracle cures. This isn’t the first, and it won’t be the last, of medical frauds that use naive individuals, like Dr. Kaplan, to promote a totally bogus miracle cure for mental illness."
Quote from (Dr. Philip Long), the psychiatrist founder of Internet Mental Health.