Having just established that MonaVie does not treat medical conditions, it’s worth noting that MonaVie, the company, implicitly agrees that their juice can’t treat medical conditions.
Let’s imagine for a minute that MonaVie can treat a medical condition or disease. What a medical breakthrough that would be! Fruit hasn’t been shown to do it, but if MonaVie stumbled into some formula it would be groundbreaking. It would make the company billions of dollars. Here’s how:
- Increased sales from doctors prescriptions – MonaVie likes to claim some pretty lofty sales numbers… however, those sales numbers are tiny compared to what a single drug can make for a single company. This would open up a whole new path of sales – one that would dwarf the currently way that MonaVie is distributed now, since it would be scientifically proven to help the people it’s being marketed to.
- Increased sales from distributors – Right now a distributor can’t do too much to sell the product. According to MonaVie’s guidlines “No testimonials of any kind will be permitted.”. With FDA approval, a distributor could legally use the claims that the FDA allow about what the juice has been tested to treat. That would be a huge selling point.
- Free advertising – If MonaVie were to prove that it’s juice could treat medical conditions, it would make the headlines of every newspaper and be on the 6 o’clock news for weeks. Distributors would never have to say, “I know of this juice called MonaVie.” They’d get people coming to them, saying, “I here you can get your hands on MonaVie that’s proven to work with my [fill-in medical condition X].” What a much easier sale to make!
If MonaVie could treat medical conditions, distributors should be very upset with MonaVie for not providing them with the iron-clad proof to make everyone’s lives easier. Of course if it can not treat medical conditions, it’s best not to embarrass yourself by failing in an attempt with the FDA. That seems to be the path MonaVie has chosen which makes the conclusion obvious
Originally posted 2009-11-24 09:14:15. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThe above article is intended to be accurate at the time of its original posting. MonaVie may change its pricing, product, or other policies at any time without notice.
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