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Addressing Holistic Health Through Multiple Market Applications

The world views healthcare differently than it did before March of 2020. Consumers, businesses, healthcare providers, and the entire global industry has been given the opportunity to not just examine the in-patient and pharmaceutical aspects of healthcare, but also the day-to-day products, services, and structures that support overall health. 

Rayont Inc. (OTCMKTS: RAYT) is an international healthcare company “making natural products to improve people’s health,” building an impressive portfolio of subsidiaries and products that address therapeutic needs, alternative treatments, nutrition, supplementation, as well as investing in exciting cancer treatments, and much more.

 

Key Investment Considerations 

Positive Balance Sheets Results – Rayont has shown consistent improvement and growth on their balance sheets. The company proudly acknowledges its 200% growth, which they believe they can sustain through acquisitions, expansion, and digitization. 

Inclusion in Multiple Markets – Brands under Rayont’s umbrella address holistic and non-traditional approaches to health. This casts a wide net for reaching various consumers across the globe, all spanning the full spectrum of health and wellness. 

Capitalizing on an Evolving Healthcare MarketThe global complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) market is growing considerably. It’s projected to top $411B by 2030, largely on the shoulders of research and treatments addressing neurological disorders and cancer. Rayont has invested in the latter as the exclusive distributor of Photosoft, a Next-Generation Photo Dynamic Therapy for treating a wide range of cancers.  

 

Sustaining 200% Growth 

The bottom line speaks volumes for any investment and Rayont shareholders have enjoyed the sound of earnings reports for some time now. 

The nine months ending June 30 saw revenue jump from 1.27M to 2.24M between 2020 and 2021, and gross profit grew $379K to 1.26M in the same period. The six months ending December 31 saw revenue increase from 1.19M to $1.36M in 2020 to 2021, and profits increased $524k to $690k in the same period. This is just a small bit of Rayont’s full financial history, but it’s representative of consistent growth the company believes they will sustain. In 2018 the company reported $23k in gross profit, for example, which had grown to $671k for the six months ending December 31, 2021. Rayont has enjoyed consistent growth and delivered consistent value to its shareholders — markers of a well-run business positioned for further potential expansion.

So, let’s dig into where this growing business operates…  


CAM: A Booming Sector of Healthcare
 

Grandview Research estimates the global complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) market size was valued at USD 82.27B in 2020 and is expected to expand at a CAGR of 22.03% from 2021 to 2028. This can include products and services that focus on the use of vitamins, minerals, herbal, aromatherapy or homeopathic products or services as alternative treatment to conventional or mainstream medicines. And it can be big business because these treatments don’t fall under traditional health insurance coverages. This out-of-pocket structure ensures successful CAM businesses prioritize quality products, services, and investing in research to support each. CAM businesses can work to earn customer/brand loyalty that doesn’t exist in standard biotech/pharma. 

The Vitamins and Supplements Opportunity 

Supplementation is a big piece of the health and wellness industry puzzle. Everywhere from supermarkets to pharmacies, nutritional specialty stores, and ecommerce have all seen steady increases in product sales in this category, which accounted for $168B in 2020. That number is now expected to reach $307B by 2028, experiencing a CAGR of 8.9%. 

“Consumers are anticipated to continue using vitamins and supplements to complement their diets and exercise routines,” Rayont wrote before the COVID-19 pandemic began. “Asian markets, particularly China, are expected to offer significant growth opportunities, as their middle class consumes more imported goods and focuses more on health-related issues.” 

This prediction certainly came true. In the United States, for example, dietary supplement sales increased by 5% leading up to the beginning of the pandemic. There was an immediate 44% increase in April 2020, while the UK saw a 63% increase in March and 40% – 60% in France. While that spike may have been temporary, consumers have settled into a “new normal,” with VMS sales still growing at rates higher than the 5% pre-pandemic rate. 

Rayont’s Premalife product offerings are targeted for global expansion in this market. Its Wonderfoods online store offers OTC/ecommerce products, while its HealthScript platform makes prescription-only products available through more than 2,000 licensed naturopaths in Australia carrying and distributing their products.

A Long Term Investment In Cancer Treatment 

Photo Dynamic Therapy (PDT) is a competitive market within the business of cancer treatment. PDT drugs are light-sensitive drugs, activated with the use of specific lights in order to attack and kill certain cancer cells. 

The demand for this type of treatment pushed its market value to $3.96B in 2021 and is projected to reach $7.1B in 2025, growing at a CAGR of 15.7%. 

Rayont’s investment in this treatment includes the exclusive distribution and licensing of PhotoSoft, a Next Generation Photo Dynamic Therapy (NGPDT) in South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa.  

 

Rayont’s Product and Service Offerings

Rayont delivers products primarily for consumers who are health conscious, middle income, shop online, and require personalized guidance by a registered naturopath or health coach. The company divides these products and services into five specific segments: 

  • Health Literacy – Doctor as the Teacher

  • Organic Food – Food is the Medicine

  • Customized organic food, nutraceutical products and services to their
    needs based on AI and Naturopaths Recommendations

  • Remedial Message and Physio Therapy Services

  • Access to Affiliate Network of CAM Practitioners Globally

Diverse Brands

No More Knots

No More Knots is a wholly owned subsidiary of Rayont, which specializes in remedial massage and myotherapy in Australia.  

Next Generation, Photo Dynamic Therapy (NGPDT) 

NGPDT is an innovative therapy designed to treat a wide range of cancers, including skin cancers and solid tumors. NGPDT uses an advanced formula of Photosoft, which Rayont is the exclusive distributor of. 

NVA, Complementary and Alternative Medicine Contract Manufacturing 

Natural Vitality Australia manufactures high quality health products, including its Wonder Foods brand.  

Wonderfoods, Complementary & Alternative Medicine eCommerce

Wonder Foods is an ecommerce platform that delivers supplements as well as complementary and alternative medicines. 

Healthscript, Telehealth Platform for Naturopaths

Healthscript is a platform that enables consumers to find, consult, and obtain prescriptions from licensed naturopaths online or on their mobile phones.  

Total Vita, Health Education 

Total Vita is a health literacy and education platform for consumers. 

NPM, Prescription Only Complementary Alternative Medicine 

Natura is a brand of products that licensed naturopaths can prescribe to patients. It currently has more than 2,000 licensed naturopaths in Australia carrying and distributing the company’s products. 

Rosa Naturels, Cosmetics 

Rosa Naturel is a cosmetic range distributed online and in pharmacies across Australia.

 

Press Releases 

 

Management 

Marshini Moodley, President and CFO 

Marshini Moodley has a strong corporate background in finance and management that includes over 20 years of professional services for companies in healthcare, education, real estate, retail, and technology. The ongoing diversification of Rayont’s holdings provides a unique opportunity for Her vision of Rayont becoming a world leader Private Equity firm. Previously, Marshini was the  CFO   for a number of private funds such as Future Asset Management International Ltd and Zenio Capital Ltd.

Mark Van Wyk, Independent Director 

Mark is a seasoned business leader and strategist with a diverse 37-year career across several industry sectors including health and aged care services, community services, environmental , financial and professional services, engineering, infrastructure, mining/resources, construction, manufacturing, building services and agriculture. 

 

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