Some things to consider. A licensing deal for tobacco patents . That alone could be huge. A licensing deal with a pharma company for thyroid . Pharma can get doctors to prescribe it. That's where the big money comes into play. Sales of anatabloc itself on a retail level as a nutraceutical can only produce so much . then the cream for rosacia and der stodgy use license it as well. It will all start to fall into place very soon jmo.
You are one clueless Jethro. Why would a doctor prescribe it when it can be bought over the counter? These overpriced mints aren't worth the cost. Sales will stall going forward IMO. You get one Jethro constantly posting about new order numbers but he will never tell you how many tried it but then dumped it because it had no effect on them whatsoever.
Your concerns are valid. Doctors are in the business of making an income and prescribing anatabloc does not put anything in their pockets. The drug co's send the doc's a check at the end of a month depending on how many prescriptions they write for their product or compensate them in other ways. I think this is coming to an end tho with the new gov't regulations and the tightening up of fraud on medicare. When the doc's get compensated for keeping patients out of the hospital by prescribing anatabloc and are accountable for a patients improvement then they will prescribe it