MMS, The Miracle Mineral Solution Gets Serious Warnings From Health Canada

MMS, The Miracle Mineral Solution Gets Serious Warnings From Health Canada

Disclaimer: The protocols described on the above site are official sacraments of the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing. Western Schools is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. One relatively new one that is getting more attention is MMS, Miracle Mineral Supplement. I’ve taken it many times and the results are often quite dramatic. This is an active scheme directed not only to driving the consumer to use a harmful product (and even inject it IV), but also encourages the discontinuation of beneficial prescription drugs. Next morning I was almost completely well, and about 24 hours later cold was gone. The solution is diluted, and the Genesis II “church” claims that it is completely safe when used as instructed.

MMS, The Miracle Mineral Solution Gets Serious Warnings From Health Canada
Genesis II is non-religious in basis and has been set up as a church only to help perpetuate their product and spread awareness about it throughout Canada and other countries. The church was formed by Jim Humble. If you lack faith in this man and his church, you may also find it interesting to note that Humble believes he has been sent here from the Andromeda Galaxy to save mankind with his Miracle Mineral Solution. Chemically they are quite different however: Chlorine is Cl2, whereas chlorine dioxide is Clo2, having an extra oxygen molecule. I’m not a US citizen, so I don’t know if I’m eligible to lodge anything with them officially, but I’ll have a go. Miracle Mineral Solution is not new, and Health Canada has been issuing warnings regarding this solution since 2010. There have been seven warnings issued in the past six years, in fact.

What can happen if you take this Miracle Mineral Solution? Common side effects are vomiting, severe dehydration, nausea, and diarrhea. The packaging on the bottle that this solution comes in even warns against this but sometimes claims that this is a sign that the solution is working. Recently MMS became a blip on the radar of the Food and Drug Administration in the U.S. Edit: I did actually manage to wade through the FTC Complaint Assistant and make a complaint about this, and you probably can too. She examined case studies that focused on the use of sodium chlorite, the active agent in the Miracle Mineral Solution. What did she find?

There are potential side effects of this solution that could be much more serious than the initial warnings provided on the bottle. These include renal failure, extreme internal bleeding, and corrosion of body tissues. It is alarming enough when you think that adults are taking this miracle solution to rid themselves of diseases, but children are being administered this “cure” also. Charming, engaging and passionate, Jim reveals his most interesting background in aerospace and mining engineering — careers few users of MMS will be aware of — and then goes into detail about how MMS works, his experience successfully treating not only malaria but hepatitis, cancer and AIDS, and his personal spiritual and philosophical perspective on everything he does.

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