Archive | Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS)

Major Miracle Mineral Supplement (MMS) marketer curbed in Illinois, USA

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Posted 06 July 2015

Major MMS marketer curbed in Illinois

The Illinois Attorney General has obtained an agreement under which Kerri Rivera is barred from promoting Miracle Mineral Supplement (MMS) as an autism cure in Illinois. MMS contains a 28% solution of sodium chlorite, which, when mixed with an acid such as citrus juice, produces chlorine dioxide (ClO2), a potent bleach used for stripping textiles and industrial water treatment. High oral doses, such as those recommended in MMS labeling, can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and severe dehydration.

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“Miracle Mineral Solution” Seller Convicted

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Posted 01 June 2015

Seller of “Miracle Mineral Solution” Convicted for Marketing Toxic Chemical as a Miracle Cure

A federal jury in the Eastern District of Washington returned a guilty verdict yesterday against a Spokane, Washington, man for selling industrial bleach as a miracle cure for numerous diseases and illnesses, including cancer, AIDS, malaria, hepatitis, lyme disease, asthma and the common cold, the Department of Justice announced.

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Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) – The man who encourages the sick and dying to drink industrial bleach

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Posted 11 January 2014

An article written by  Martin Robbins  and published some years ago in the Guardian, but still relevant.

The man who encourages the sick and dying to drink industrial bleach

Martin Robbins

Vulnerable people with cancer, Aids, influenza and malaria are being urged to drink Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) – described by the FDA as ‘industrial bleach’

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Health Canada seizes Miracle Mineral Solution

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Posted 04 November 2014

Health Canada has seized a supply of Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS), which was sold as a treatment for serious diseases such as cancer through the website www.buymms.biz. MMS contains sodium chlorite, a chemical used mainly as a textile bleaching agent and disinfectant, which cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and symptoms of severe dehydration, if ingested. An alternate format of MMS, labeled as CDS, also sold through this Web site, would pose similar risks. The seizure included bottles of MMS, packaging, labeling, and raw materials used to produce MMS. The agency said that it took the action because the company had failed to comply with an order to cease sales. In 2009,the FDA ordered one MMS distributor to stop making illegal health claims for MMS, and in 2010, both agencies issued public warnings. Presumably as a result, manufacturers have changed the product label to specify that Read the rest

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ASA Ruling: Bio Sil MMS

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Posted 26 July 2014

In a previous ASA ruling against this company, (21 May 2012), the ASA ruled, inter alia, that the respondent’s advertising for its “Bio-Sil MMS” contained unsubstantiated claims in contravention of Clause 4.1 of Section II of the Code. It also found that the advertisement was likely to mislead people in a manner that was in contravention of Clause 4.2.1 of Section II of the Code. The respondent was instructed to withdraw the advertising in its current format within the deadlines stipulated in Clause 15.3 of the Procedural Guide, and is not used again in future. An Ad Alert was issued to the ASA members with reference to the advertisement, asking members not to accept any advertising for the respondent’s.

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Seems to not have stopped these individuals (+27 11 6155504) from fleecing consumers.”Yvonne founded Bio-Sil in 1993.” “BIO-SIL is a family owned business . . “

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Miracle Mineral Solution – scam continues

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Posted 26 June 2014

Ms LL Steele lodged a complaint against  Bio Sil MMS website, specifically the page on http://www.biosil.co.za/products/bio-sil-mms-miracle-mineral-solution, which promotes the Miracle Mineral Solution product. The complainant submitted that the advertisement is highly misleading and causes a potential danger to members of the public who might be seeking a cure for various health problems. People are consuming this product (which is effectively a bleach or disinfectant), and in instances giving it to their children without realising the severe health consequences this could have (which includes poisoning, kidney failure and harming red blood cells).

Initially, the  Bio Sil MMS submitted that she had done extensive research, and has not found any evidence of chlorine dioxide harming anybody. A request was made for the new complainant to provide proof of such harm. (Here is proof from the FDA) Following correspondence with the ASA,  Bio Sil MMS refused further communication.… Read the rest

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

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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 guardian.co.uk, 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.

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Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) – beware!

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Posted 21 May 2012

There is so much evidence that MMS is nothing but a scam, yet so many consumers still believe the product works – more supported by absolute faith than a shred of evidence to support the claims. The claims become more bizarre.

A complaint was laid with the ASA against this website advertising MMS, and making the most extraordinary claims. 

They did not respond to the ASA and the ASA ruled against the claims being made for the product.

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MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution), still unsafe and a scam

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Posted: 16 February 2012

We have previously posted about MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution).

There are a few individuals and companies still selling MMS in South Africa, in spite of evidence that this is a scam, lack of proof for claims, and inadequate safety data. One of these is Biosil.co.za. Another is www.cancercure.co.za which redirects you to http://www.faithdrops.mu/. Tina van der Maas, of “beetroot, garlic and lemon for AIDS/HIV” fame, also promotes this product for AIDS, Malaria and Cancer. Surely a death sentence.

Locally the seller/manufacturer of this scam product are:

They claim that the product is registered with the Medicines Control Council. A complete lie.

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Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS) – ASA ruling

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Posted 15 September 2011

“MMS – The Miracle Mineral Solution is a ‘’stabilised oxygen’’ formulation that is a 28% solution of Sodium Chlorite in distilled water. When a mild acid (lemon or lime juice, or citric acid) is added to the few drops of MMS, Chlorine Dioxide is created and when ingested, produces a major boost to the immune system, killing virtually every known pathogen, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, molds and yeasts.”

Really?

Actually sheer balderdash.

See also:
http://www.camcheck.co.za/mm-faith-drops/
http://www.camcheck.co.za/mms-safety-alert/

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