I understand you're trying to help the people here, and I get it. My own disorder was treated holistically and with a great deal of success, but I still need a small dose of medication. The point is that the dysfunction was still there, and for most people this is a reality. There is no shame is needing medication to make life manageable. It is possible to have symptoms of psychosis caused by a different medical condition, and good doctors do their best to rule these conditions out.
It's abrasive to say that people who take medication are the equivalent of a lab rat. Take the time to read through the posts here and you'll find that the medications can be helpful. Perhaps the ones it doesn't work for can be helped with more natural methods, but that's up to them to come to that conclusion. Treatment won't work unless someone is willing.
I'm happy you've found something that works for you. Just remember that people come from various backgrounds, have different experiences, and the disease manifests differently in each person. While I agree that some individuals experience wellness by natural means, advising everyone to try such a method can be harmful.
Blame it on me, but know that I won't regret one iota.