Shady Company Sells “Brain Synchronization Caps” That Heal Both Health and Mystical Conditions

A Malaysian company has recently come under fire for selling simple cotton caps as miraculous healing accessories for up to 1,200 ringgit ($295) a piece.

Called “Brain Synchronization Caps” the controversial accessories are supposed to cure wearers of various health conditions, like insomnia, migraines and even cirrhosis, as well as treat mystical conditions like spells and curses. Johor-based company Sihulk is currently selling the caps for 1,200 ringgit ($295) or 1,000 ringgit ($246) for registered members. Considering that they are basically simple cotton caps with the Sihulk logo on them, many have accused the company of taking advantage of gullible people for a profit.

Photo: Sihulk/Facebook

Sihulk founder, 46-year-old Suhaini Mohammad, recently told mStar that the criticism aimed at him and his company is completely unfounded and only proves that people don’t understand how the brain synchronization caps work. Although they don’t rely on any type of technology or proven scientific principle to cure the wearer, the caps are allegedly sewn by hand using a special sewing technique known as ‘Falaq’, a closely-guarded company secret responsible for their miraculous properties.

Criticism aside, many open-minded people have contacted me about the product, and I explained to them the power of falaq so that they understand how it works, Mohammad told mStar Online.

According to the company’s Facebook page, brain synchronization caps will start to work their magic only after being worn continuously for at least 5 hours and 56 minutes. The company also mentions that the duration of the treatment depends on the severity of the condition. Some illnesses may take a week to cure, others as long as one year.

Photo: Sihulk/Facebook

Suhaini Mohammad currently has over 200 sales agents promoting his brain synchronization caps all over Malaysia and claims to have already sold over 100 of them. Despite all the criticism in the media regarding the effectiveness and cost of the caps, the entrepreneur says that devices capable of curing mystical conditions can cost tens of thousands of dollars, so his product is actually cheap.

To put potential customers’ minds at ease, the Sihulk founder said that they offer a money-back guarantee if the brain synchronization caps prove ineffective, but mentioned that so far no one has asked for their money back.

Oh, and just in case you’re just not into caps, Sihulk also sells blouses imbued with the same power of falaq, for the much more accessible price of 313 ringgit ($77). However, they only protect the wearer against spells and curses, so you’ll still have to get the caps if you’re interested their healing properties.

Photo: Sihulk/Facebook

mStar reports that Sihulk brain synchronization caps are currently being promoted on social media websites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, but the feedback has generally been negative. Still, there are those who see it as an endeavor into mystic medicine. Well, you know what they say, there’s a sucker born every minute…

via World of Buzz