5 Most Popular Supplements For Tinnitus

Supplements For Tinnitus

Many people want to find a supplement that they can take to cure their tinnitus. There are products out there that are specifically being marketed for the treatment of tinnitus. We will break down five of the most popular supplements for tinnitus. We will analyze their ingredients, assess if they’re backed by science, and finally determine whether they should ever be recommended.

Before diving in, it’s important to disclaim that these supplement breakdowns are solely from the perspective of an audiologist, and not from a registered dietician or functional medicine doctor. It’s also helpful to keep in mind that the FDA doesn’t regulate how supplements are advertised, thereby allowing for many of the supplements discussed below to make false and deceptive marketing claims.

Dr. Ben Thompson breaks down five of the most popular herbal medicines and supplements advertised to treat tinnitus

Tinnitus 911

Tinnitus 911 is an herbal supplement advertised to relieve tinnitus symptoms, reduce noise sensitivity, and improve cognitive function. It contains the following main ingredients: vitamin C, niacin, vitamin B6 and B12, folic acid, garlic, olive leaf, hibiscus flower, juniper berry, and green tea leaf.

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None of the ingredients in Tinnitus 911 have been scientifically proven to directly reduce tinnitus. While it’s good that all of the ingredients are natural and thus may support overall health and wellness in theory, patients who are maintaining a balanced diet wouldn’t have any need to take this supplement. Overall, we would not recommend Tinnitus 911, since there are other treatment strategies for tinnitus that are more effective in helping you manage your tinnitus. Find out if you are a candidate today.

Lipo Flavonoid Plus

Lipo Flavonoid Plus is an herbal supplement that touts itself as the most recommended supplement by ENT doctors. In my opinion, this claim is deceptive and misleading. The supplement contains the following main ingredients: vitamin C, vitamins B1, B2, B6, and B12, niacin, calcium, and a proprietary bioflavonoid complex.

The American Tinnitus Association ran a controlled study on Lipo Flavonoid Plus and found it to be ineffective in reducing tinnitus. Overall, we would not recommend Lipo Flavonoid Plus.

We recommend using evidence-based tinnitus management strategies such as sound masking and counseling. Treble Health offers a tinnitus management program incorporating these methods – take our short quiz to find out if you’re a candidate.

Arches Tinnitus Formula

Arches Tinnitus Formula is a natural supplement composed mainly of zinc, garlic, and a proprietary blend of ginkgo biloba. The research on these compounds, including ginkgo biloba, is inconsistent and does not conclusively point towards improvements in tinnitus. Overall, we would not recommend Arches Tinnitus Formula.

Synapse XT Pro

Synapse XT Pro is one of the more nefarious herbal supplements on this list, as the manufacturers rely on paying affiliate marketers to advertise their supplement all over the internet. The supplement contains the following main ingredients: turmeric root, apple cider vinegar, black pepper, green tea extract, psyllium husk, aloe vera, coffee bean, magnesium, calcium, raspberry, ginger, acai berry, ginseng, dandelion root, cinnamon, and garlic.

As you have probably realized by this point, these herbal supplements don’t contain any ingredients that have been proven to improve tinnitus. Thus, we would not recommend Synapse XT Pro. 

As tinnitus experts, we recommend sticking with treatment options that have been proven to help people learn how to manage their own tinnitus. Can our comprehensive tinnitus treatment plans be helpful for you? Take our quick tinnitus survey to see if you’re a candidate for tinnitus treatment with Treble Health.


Tinnisil is an herbal supplement mainly composed of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B6 and B12, folate, magnesium, zinc, lipoic acid, ginkgo biloba, and a proprietary bioflavonoid complex. As with the other supplements above, there is no scientific evidence or research detailing how these ingredient combinations can improve tinnitus. Thus, we would not recommend Tinnisil.

Magnesium As A Supplement For Tinnitus

Among all the supplement ingredients we’ve assessed, the only one offering potential promise is magnesium, as it has been scientifically proven to aid sleep and brain health. Therefore, it might be worth looking into supplementing with single-ingredients magnesium supplements if you’ve consulted with your doctor and think it might support your current tinnitus treatment regime. 

Beyond possibly taking a magnesium supplement, we would recommend exclusively concentrating your time and energy on tinnitus retraining and sound therapy as well as cultivating wellness through healthy habits (such as maintaining a well-balanced diet).

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