Are anti-vaxers organic purists? Another subject...
For millenia, humans grew food without synthetic additives. Then progress arrived in the 1950's. So now gardeners have a boat load of products - from Morton's Salt to Roundup - to use on their plants. Never mind, the klaidescope of hybridized flora on the market.
Starting simple with gentle products is a safe approach to trialing new methods. Resisting the temptation to speed up nature is always smart. Seasons move at their own pace. Usually they are simultaneously too slow and too fast for a gardeners liking.
Products that jolt a plant are best reserved for fancy greenhouse raised plants. BTW 'greenhouse-raised' should be mandatory reporting on labels! Asking for the history of a plant is always smart.
Find nature's rhythm and play along.