» » having a separate topical section doesnt hurt anything, doesnt cost
» » anything extra to the board, the bandwidth if any on this board is not
» » worth mentioning
» » I have 100 blogs, that get thousands of visitors per week, perhaps
» » my bandwidth bill is 6.95 per month
» No, my point is: why even have one? It doesn’t make any sense, unless
» you are going to have a separate one for Supplements.
» For example, even with a Topical section available, Pete wouldn’t post
» there about natural topicals (unless directed to do so). He would post in
» the All Natural supplement section. The old way was just as confusing for
» some posters.
» Plan A
» 1. Topicals (including both natural and drugs)
» 2. Supplements (including both natural and drugs)
» Plan B
» 1. All Naturals (including topicals and supplements)
» 2. All Drugs (including topicals and supplements)
» I prefer Plan B.
Long time lurker but I feel compelled to register an account just to voice my opinions.
The old way is just as confusing. Like what the other poster said, how do you classify Revivogen, do you put that as All Naturals or Topicals under the old format? What about Rogaine, do you put that under Drugs or Topicals under the old format?
In reference to your suggestion, my first reaction is how can supplements be grouped under ALL DRUGS? Supplements are like saw palmetto, vitamin E etc, they are not regulated by the FDA, no prescription necessary, what’s the reasoning for grouping supplements under DRUGS? what am I missing?