so you once believed in alternative medicine, had acne, and now you don't have Acne and you are skeptical. that about it?
first of all, alternative medicine does not begin and end with Hulda Clark , she is just one grain of sand on a large beach.
being skeptical is always good in my book. but not if it keeps you from at least trying something that might have a positive impact on your life.
don't confuse apples with oranges. the ropes people expel from taking psyllium are obviously psyllium. the Liver Flushes are a totally different ball of wax.
in my book, the Liver Flushes have been completely proven to be real and helpful. many medical doctors agree and many many alternative practitioners agree. i think everyone on the support forum here also agrees, as do the majority of people who have participated in the survey. feel free to disagree about flushes, but then take that to a debate forum, this is a support forum.
as far as 'the scientific method' goes, the method itself may be good, but it doesn't really exist in reality anymore due to endemic corruption. iatrogenic diseases are among the leading causes of death and misery at least in the u.s.
not sure what you are trying to prove or disprove. if you want to talk specific protocols like the Liver Flush then please do.
there are lots of different approaches to acne. look at http://www.waisays.com.
i had some Acne as a young person, not terrible, but it went away after a change in diet.