My curiosity about the appreciable differences in the actual alkaloid levels present is not intended to imply that they are too small, which could potentially - and fallaciously- appear to make WTA seem less special. A measurable, reproducible effect has intrinsically more value than a random, unmeasured and accidental effect, and that is what is exciting to me personally about your product.
I am thinking that at this point, you just don't trust me or other possible readers to understand that. Which is understandable, considering the information that has been twisted and used in a negative way. Some of us really are discerning enough consumers to separate the wheat from the chaff when it comes to that kind of misinformation, and really are just interested in getting as much real information as we possibly can out in the open.
Ahhh, well, ok, not really. I can google it and find more recent methodology than 2010, but that's really not what I was looking for.However I can point you to good answer regarding NET's.
Thanks for your time.