Steve, when you start shouting (in capital letters) about us calling you an extortionist and a fraud (which we absolutely did not), it does nothing but further bruise your credibility. You still have not discussed this medical biochemistry that you continue espousing; I've been waiting for you to tell us about it.
Just because I'm a pre-med student doesn't mean I'm a gunner for people to run out and pop a pill any time they develop some random symptom. I myself have seen chiropractors, a doctor of natural medicine, and nutritionists. I also spent several months living in rural East Africa with indigenous people who had absolutely no access to traditional Western medicine. You might find this amazing, but most of them - with nary an antibiotic, NSAID, or antacid in sight - had and likely continue to have chronic diarrhea. They have tuberculosis and trypanosomiasis and about a quarter of them will die from AIDS. One in 5 of their infants die from diarrheal illness, despite their traditional treatments.
So...I think it's presumptuous to assume that other treatment modalities will have any more success than Western modalities. I'm not saying they have less success, necessarily. But give us more to go on than the same information you keep giving us. I want to hear about some of this research you're talking about. Where is it?