Hi there. I had the same question, so this past weekend (during memorial weekend), my GF had been complaining about mirgaines, and therefore, I went over to CVS and yes I did find it them and paid $19.99 plus tax (too expensive). I bought it only to see if it works. Since my GF always has bad migraines, therefore, she could be a good experiment. There are about 8 small packs with the jelly syrup. The direction said to slip the jelly fluid under the tongue for 60sec and then drink it all up. Anyway, follow the direction and then waited after about an hour and it seems that the migraine had disappeared and the direction indicated to repeat the process after one hour later, and which she did not. However, the migraine had dispeared about she was suffering from for a week.
I guess the product really works. However here are the issues:
1) They do not advertise the product and the effectivness that probably far out weights anything else.
2) The product is quite expensive, and if it was in the range of $9.99 then perhaps more will buy in greater number.
3) Only available in Walgreen and CVS and at CVS it was placed on the bottom shelf.
1) Does work better then other products for migraine.
2) Probably cost very little to produce since only has 8 tiny -packs inside.
3) futher retailers will carry the product.
Please note I do not own this stock and I have watch this stock drop from $0.50 to just $0.02.
I am looking to purchase about 500,000 shares but for no more than $0.02 or worst case $0.025.
However, I am afraid that they might dilute the share base (as some have indicated on this msg board).
So before I buy, they have to provide clear plan on what they plan to do with the share base, then I can jump in.
That's awesome as one of first real and direct replies showing this product actually works. Those are twio things id like to see myself; marketing plan to boast sales like fliers, infomercials, etc, to boast promo of the product, and more proof from real people that this product is super effective.