If I cured my lipomas, I would just tell everybody how I did it. But I guess I am just a good person. Money means very little to me , especially when compared to the happiness of others.
Excellent point to bring up. I don't know if you read the whole post or not, but I'm not asking anyone to risk any money. I'm taking all the financial risk. I've offered to not only provide those who participate in the test group free product, I've also offered to pay for shipping in North America. I'm paying to have a batch of supplements manufactured as well. I'm putting out all this money simply because it worked so well for me and I believe it will work for others. I could be wrong and I could lose all the money I put into it. I've also put in hundreds of hours, and frankly the cost of my time far exceeds the other costs. I do run a business currently and barely have time for this, but I'm excited about it.
I understand marketing well enough to know that there are multiple markets to be addressed. One market is the group of people, such as most individuals on this discussion forum, who will do research and try different supplements themselves to see what happens. Then there's a far larger market of people who want to buy a product that says it will treat what ails them. Then there's probably the largest market of people who will take it because their doctor tell them to. It's the second and third markets that I plan to target. Doctors will need the most evidence. If the product doesn't get to the point of being packaged, the people in the second and third markets will never see it or buy it and therefore never experience the benefits. Or at least not until a huge corporation comes along and sees the opportunity and jumps on it.
The second problem with telling people the ingredients at this point in time is that it can influence the testing and the results that get out to the public. Please read my prior post about this point as it's extremely important.
So while your philosophy is admirable, it may not result in bringing the greatest benefit to the greatest number of people. I believe the approach I'm taking is much more likely to achieve this.
The good news is that everyone will get the full ingredient list with amounts and recommended dosages. Just not until the test is complete.
I'm a super skeptic. That's part of why I've disclosed my real name, my business name, my personal e-mail address, and for test participants my phone number. The test participants also get to see the ingredient list. I'm disclosing as much as I can without biasing the test results.
Bottom line, this discussion is going on in a public forum, so if it doesn't work, then I can guarantee you that you'll hear about it.
If you know the cure, I am assuming that you know the cause of lipomas
This is not a valid assumption. I stumbled upon a treatment that worked for me completely by accident. I was not even attempting to cure my lipomas, but they did disappear (read prior post about stopping and restarting). I've spent countless hours attempting to understand why it worked, but I'm not a biochemist and it's thick reading with lots of terms to look up. I am a reasonably bright person and do have some speculations about why it works. I've contacted the local university and am trying to find a biochemist to research this with me as the guinea pig. I'd like to do real research with a biochemist before I casually toss out my novice speculations. Ideally I can have the research completed by the time the product is ready to go to market, then you'll have the ingredients and an explanation.
I hope my rationale makes sense, even if you don't agree.