Taking your own health care into your own hands requires you do your homework. Assuming that a treatment one person is using is good for you too, great. You may not be aware of other issues that complicate those decisions, however, such as how other medical conditions or allergies you have may affect you based on that treatment. If you have a regular doctor, it is still best to bounce it off the doctor. A good example is my Candida and my diabetes. I did a lot of research on the nystatin before taking it. If you simply read messages here to take it, you may miss the fact that it contains very high levels of sucrose and that can be bad for your diabetes. It means that you need to watch yourself more. A doctor would know these things more than likely and give you a heads up.
Yes, you are in charge of your own life but you are also responsible to yourself to make sure what you are doing is safe. Please do your due diligence and research a topic heavily before embarking on your own medical treatments. Remember that this forum has a lot of new people too that may be dealing with their first major medical problem. The experienced people here owe it to them to help make sure they are doing things safely. Your opinions and actions may adversely affect someone else if they are so prone to take advice without doing their homework.
This condition is a mix of medicine and black magic is seems at times with everyone peddling their own cures. Based on my analysis of the items I purchased locally in the health store, I am not sure any of us can be sure exactly what we are buying or if it even serves the purpose stated. I have serious doubts about the products I purchased after more research and questioning their main offices.