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Interactive Health Network Announces Interview of Cesar D. Vazquez

RENO, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 05/09/14 -- INTERACTIVE HEALTH NETWORK (OTC Pink: IGRW) (PINKSHEETS: IGRW), a diversified holding company operating in the legal cannabis industry and advanced health supplements markets, announces that Cesar D. Vazquez III, Executive VP of Interactive Health Network was interviewed for the progress of the Company by The Green Baron.

A new audio-taped webcast interview has been conducted by Executive VP Cesar D. Vazquez III so that IGRW shareholders and the investment community can learn more about the Company's recently developments and growth plans. Unrestricted access to the webcast is now available on the "Webcasts" page at www.TheGreenBaron.com. The Green Baron Report issued a new "Stock Pick" profile on Integrated Health Network, Inc. dated May 6, 2014 to its members. The report concludes that IGRW is structured to become a "long-term legitimate player in an industry ripe for growth and consolidation. This Company is built to profit from every aspect of this industry from top to bottom, and we expect management to aggressively and quickly adapt to new markets that are expected to open up as states legalize marijuana for medical and recreational use."

The link to the audio-taped webcast interview is as follows-

http://www.thegreenbaron.com/webcast_mp3/IGRW%20Webcast.mp3

About The Green Baron Report

The Green Baron Report is a subsidiary of Green Baron Ventures Inc. The Green Baron Report is an internet stock market newsletter that focuses on low priced stocks that appear to have significant upside potential. For more information about Green Baron Ventures Inc. and their subsidiary The Green Baron Investors Society visit them on the web at http://www.EvergreenMarketingInc.com and http://www.TheGreenBaron.com. Our disclaimer can be viewed at http://www.thegreenbaron.com/Disclaimer.htm.

About Interactive Health Network

Interactive Health Network is a publicly traded holdings company that manufactures, markets and sells high quality lifestyle products and nutraceuticals; including its wholly owned subsidiary, Cannabis Health Group, which focuses on the medical marijuana and hemp market space. We plan on extending and deepening our product lines to include other progressive market segments through acquisitions. We operate under strict levels of quality and operate with the highest level of integrity in all of our businesses. Interactive Health Network is publically traded on the OTC market under the symbol IGRW.

About Wellness Builder

The Company specializes in advances in Supplements for Health, and Anti-Aging with a special interest in Preventative Medicine. The Company was formed to distribute nutraceutical formulas developed over thirty years of research by world renowned team of UCLA scientists. Wellness Builder scientists have created more than a dozen fucoidan-based formulas which are intended to address the needs of individuals suffering from DDS (Degenerative Disease Syndrome), which includes such maladies as gastrointestinal disorders, auto-immune diseases, asthma, Alzheimer's, dementia, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, and heart disease. For additional information about Wellness Builder, please visit the company's website at www.wellnessbuilder.com

About Here We Grow Store

HWGS is a leader in the Indoor Garden and Hydroponics Industry as a national retailer of horticulture equipment and growing supplies headquartered in Denver, Colorado. Specializing in e-commerce worldwide, the company's website www.herewegrowstore.com is a state of the art online retail store where you can purchase all the leading Nutrients, Growing Lights, and Air controllers necessary for indoor gardening. Here We Grow Store has exclusive Distributor pricing of high quality nutrients and grow lights that are distributed in the US and Worldwide. For more information please visit www.herewegrowstore.com

Forward-Looking Statements:

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