Yeah, that’s a spurious, fallacious argument if I’ve ever seen one.
You claim that it wouldn’t be ‘marketable’, yet this is a product that is being sold, and by definition, is pure marketing? Um… no.
If it did what it claims to, they… wait…
If it did half of what it claims to… no…
If it did anything at all, then there would be amazing amounts of marketing and sales would be through the roof. The only reason there isn’t, is because it does. not. work.
If you have no faith in modern medicine, then you don’t have to have any, but please don’t try claiming superiority as a result. Thanks. I like not dropping dead from cholera on a regular basis.
But yes.. this is typical of supporters for such products. You have to evade, change the subject, and be insulting, instead of presenting a valid, coherent argument. No wonder you think this is such an awesome product.
Come on back when you have enough conviction in your arguments to present a strong argument rather than weaseling, and we’ll treat you with more respect.