NEVER HAD ANSWER TO THIS VERY IMPORTANT ISSUE:
How can we rely on the goodness, quality and purity of the MMS sold by authorized vendors?
Who is checking the quality of the products sold? How can we trust them?
MMS vendors are not authorized by anyone as far as I know. Who would do that? What if the vendor changes his suppliers? There is no one to check their quality except the buyer, which is you!
Jim Humble says this:"That said, please note that these suppliers are independent of me, and because I do not have personal direct involvement with their making of the product or checking their product at regular intervals, I cannot take responsibility for the products they provide. Should you purchase supplies from any of these sources and encounter problems with your shipment or the goods, please directly contact the supplier from whom you purchased your supplies with your questions."
There are two categories of MMS vendors: independent and sponsored by Genesis II Church of Health.
I got a bad product just from a Genesis II Church of Health.sponsored vendor (The laube from Spain).
I think that at least the Church of Health.sponsored vendors should be certified and undergo a routine quality check to make patients feel more confortable.
They are listed in the GII church official site as Genesis II MMS Providers. They are not regular MMS suppliers who belong to another list of providers.
But Im not complaining about the LAUBE Holistic Health Solution even though they screwed me and are sponsored as Genesis II MMS Providers.
Im making a general case that MMS product vendors (sponsored or not, but , at least the sponsored ones) should be monitored as far as the quality of their products is concerned. Is this not right? Wouldn't you feel more confortable knowing that you will get only good products to take care of your health and perhaps supposed to save your life?
filippo said: "Im making a general case that MMS product vendors (sponsored or not, but , at least the sponsored ones) should be monitored as far as the quality of their products is concerned. Is this not right? Wouldn't you feel more confortable knowing that you will get only good products to take care of your health and perhaps supposed to save your life?"
Sure, that would be nice. But, who is going to do it and where will the money come from to pay for the testing?
You can buy some products at Amazon.com and usually you have 30 days in which to return them. That is, if Amazon stocks and ships the item. Otherwise, you will need to check the seller's return/refund policy.
Sodium chlorite powder, hydrochloric acid, citric acid, calcium hypochlorite (MMS2), DMSO and LaMotte Insta-Test 3002 Chlorine Dioxide Single Factor Test Strip, 0-500ppm are sold on Amazon US. Sometimes you can find MMS and activator kits sold there as well. I see one today that is made in Germany.
Filipo, how do you know that you got a bad supply from the Laube Solutions in Spain? I have been using their products for MMS1 for the last 5 weeks and have been getting sicker and I am now wondering if I've been using a faulty product??
Because when I mix the two components (NaClO2 and HCl) a get a cloudy liquid which should be clear, transparent instead, and when I use the preoduct to brush my teeth they become yellow. My dentist told me that the cloudiness is caused by the oldness of the HCl product.
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