Bleach-based cure-all online remedies, e.g., MMS, could kill

Posted 05 July 2012 

Bleach-based cure-all online remedies could kill, warns government

UK buyers told to avoid Miracle Mineral Solution and Chlorine Dioxide Solution, which are often posted from abroad

Rebecca Smithers, Wednesday 4 July 2012 14.54 BST

The government’s food watchdog is advising consumers to steer clear of two “cure-all” supplements – widely available for sale on the internet – as bleach-based, sodium chlorite solutions could cause serious health problems and even death.

The Food Standards Agency is renewing its warning that Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) should not be consumed and, for the first time, it is warning that a similar product, Chlorine Dioxide Solution (CDS), should be also avoided.

Miracle Mineral Solution – also known as Miracle Mineral Supplement – is sold as an oral supplement, and manufacturers claim it can be used to treat multiple unrelated diseases, including HIV, hepatitis, the H1N1 flu virus, common Read the rest

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