EZC Pak Immune Support Update | Shark Tank Season 11

Antibiotic resistance is a problem that many doctors across the US are facing every day. So why not make people healthier overall? This is the idea behind Dr. Sarath Malepati’s EZC Pak immune support supplements. Will the product be an easy sell on Shark Tank Season 11? Find out in our EZC Pak update!

If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to EZC Pak after Shark Tank!

Dr. Sarath Malepati appeared on Shark Tank Season 11 and left with a deal from Kevin O’Leary for $125,000 for 5% equity and $1/unit in royalties until $450,000 is repaid. In terms of an EZC Pak update, the company is still in business since appearing on Shark Tank and has an estimated annual revenue of $4 million. Further, you can now find the brand in CVS, HyVee, Walmart, and other grocery store chains across the United States.

Shark:  Result:
Kevin O’Leary Accepted deal of $125,000 for 5% equity and $1/unit in royalties until $450,000
Robert Herjavec No Offer
Daniel Lubetzky No Offer
Lori Greiner No Offer
Mark Cuban No Offer

Shark Tank EZC Pak Update

EZC Pak update

  • Entrepreneur: Dr. Sarath Malepati
  • Business: Immune support alternative to antibiotics
  • Ask: $125,000 for 5% equity
  • Result: $125,000 for 5% equity and $1/unit in royalties until $450,000
  • Shark: Kevin O’Leary

Dr. Malepati brought EZC Pak to Shark Tank Season 11 Episode 6. He was tired of seeing patients go through unnecessary amputations because they’d become resistant to antibiotics, so he created a solution.

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During a pitch headed by cartoon ‘bugs,’ he explains that consumer-driven medical practices are at fault for one of the largest issues with antibiotics. EZC Pak combines echinacea, zinc, and vitamin C, to help strengthen the user’s immune system.

This protects against viruses, which antibiotics won’t kill, but were often mis-prescribed to treat them anyhow. He instead believes in bustling up the immune system to fight off the bugs, when antibiotics aren’t necessary or useful.

It isn’t the best pitch ever, something that the sharks acknowledge. Mark Cuban even interrupts him as his pitch winds down and states that there’s no way this product works, and says that he doesn’t believe or support the product claims.

Mark can sometimes get brutal with entrepreneurs, and this is one of those times.

Despite Mark’s comments, Dr. Malepati continues his pitch, speaking over Lori Greiner in the process.

She is upset by what she perceives as chauvinism, so she goes out after giving Dr. Malepati another thrashing. Robert Herjavec follows out, simply stating that the product isn’t for him.

Guest shark Daniel Lubetzky thinks that the doctor is too much of a know-it-all, so he drops out as well.

This ultimately leaves Kevin O’Leary to give this entrepreneur the deal he is seeking. After a discussion about the numbers, he makes an offer of $125,000, in exchange for 5% equity, plus a perpetual $0.60 royalty per unit.

Dr. Malepati asks what level of involvement he can expect from Kevin, which wins him no favors. Then, after some haggling, they end up with a different deal.

Kevin says he will give him $125,000 for 5% equity, plus $1 per unit in royalties until he has been repaid $450,000. With that, Dr. Malepati finally accepts the offer and leaves Shark Tank with a deal for EZC Pak.

Was this a worthwhile investment? Find out in our EZC Pak update!

Research for our EZC Pak update revealed good news! EZC Pak was originally created to combat issues caused by viruses.

In our EZC Pak update, we found that the company has grown by leaps and bounds during the pandemic. Now, you can find EZC Pak in CVS, HyVee, Walmart, and a host of other grocery store chains.

Sources have reported an 850% online sales boost over the last year, and 300% in sales overall. Annual revenue is estimated to be around $4 million, so it’s safe to assume that Dr. Malepati isn’t regretting his decision to leave his day job.

It’s also available on Amazon, and reviews for the product are outstanding. In fact, several state that the product helped them overcome illnesses quickly!

This is great news for Dr. Malepati, and anyone looking for a natural alternative to fighting off illness and building up their immune system in the meantime.

If we get any more news on an EZC Pak update, we will let you know!

You can find the other company updates from Season 11 Episode 6 here:

For even more on companies and products, be sure to stop by our Season 11 products page!

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