It's funny Baja. In another thread you rail about how "perception" is wrong. To see you double down and put forward this wookumentary as "proof" is hilarious. Skipping around a bit, it's clear this video (like many others I've watched on this and other topics) it relies entirely on manipulating perception rather than conveying evidence.
Appeals to emotion, assuming causation through mere correlation (post hoc ergo propter hoc), red herring distractions from the heart of the matter (the only thing that matters is does the treatment actually work as advertized and SOLD), etc. and so on.
I don't give a flying fig about your conspiracy theories or anecdotal testimonials . All that matters are the facts of the efficacy of the treatment. In other words, show me the data.