Botanic Labs


  1. A "conversation" takes place

  2. While trying to storify this conversation I discovered that all the replies from @BotanicLabs appear to have deleted their contribution to the discussion. To keep the flow I will copy-type their posts which you can view in the screen-grab included at the end of this post.
  3. BotanicLab: @chizcw I hope you'll find time to come and taste some 'woo' juice and meet our founders tomorrow. Then you can make some informed comments.
  4. Dave joined the discussion:
  5. Botanic Juice didn't seem too pleased with the extra attention:

    BotanicJuice: Whatever @davorg You seem to be the expert on what we do and who our customers are. Oh and you weren't invited
  6. I'm not entirely sure they understand how Twitter works.
  7. I did try to be a little more constructive. I really don't object to healthy-eating and tasty juice. I love tasty juice! I just dislike dubious claims about magical healing powers.
  8. This question was never acknowledged.
  9. A Curious Disappearance

  10. Earlier today I decided to start compiling this saga into one place. That's when I noticed that some tweets from yesterday were absent.
  11. Other comments

  12. Outside the direct interaction with Botanic Lab I also posted some related tweets:
  13. Very clever wording there: "(someone) describes (something) as (anything at all really)". I could describe myself as a 10-foot tall neon-pink leprechaun. Describing myself in such a way doesn't claim it's true, and avoids being called out for making unsubstatiated claims.
  14. It's probably a good time to add a reminder about the nature of my Twitter account; I don't want people getting upset thinking I'm speaking for anyone other than myself.