I appreciate that CWD does not permit promotion of products without scientific evidence. We've almost all been approached with those products. The following is a short read on the topic of anecdotal evidence -full text at the link (and wise geek could be similar to wiki so apologies to those who require more scholastic references). What is Anecdotal Evidence? http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-anecdotal-evidence.htm "Where anecdotal evidence gets very problematic, though, is when people make decisions that may affect their health or well-being based solely on it. For instance, there are many herbal medications and alternative medical theories and treatments that people decide to use largely based on anecdote. Now sometimes a preponderance of this evidence may suggest that there's a good reason to try different things, but unfortunately many of these alternative treatments and therapies are not just there for the health and happiness of humans. People who offer them are profit motivated too."