Miracle Mineral Solution and similar products are not FDA-approved, and ingesting these products is the same as drinking bleach
I wonder how anybody can still take the FDA seriously. those morons make total clowns of themselves. it has to be obvious, even to somebody with reduced IQ, that CD is different the 'bleach'.
even oxygen is a fscking bleach.
this fucking big pharma/fda shit makes me sick. people suffer and/or spend top dollars on useless and dangerous chemicals while real cures are cheap and safe.
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CLO2 wrote: How do we extract Hypochlorous acid from Clorox bleach?
The article does not differ between different types of "bleach". Clorox, hydrogen peroxide, chlorine dioxide, hypochlorous acid ........ it's all the same. Bleach..
Everyone "knows" what bleach is. So no one cares about everyone actually not knowing anything about bleach. Except for the smell of it..
So the FDA can go on and write whatever they want. Because the population is being kept in the dark about everything that can make a difference for the better.
"Hypochlorous acid – a type of chlorine that’s as effective as bleach, yet worry-free to use around children & pets. It’s actually the same substance your white blood cells produce to keep you healthy. That’s right – your body produces a type of chlorine to fight infection. Unlike typical cleaners, Force of Nature is gentle enough for cleaning things like baby gear & pet toys without needing to rinse. Given how effective it is at killing microbes without leaving behind harmful residues, hypochlorous acid is also used for preserving fresh produce. It’s even USDA approved for use in organic crop production."
So here I am, sitting in my living room with my anxious caregiver by my side.
He is worried about MMS and kidney / liver problems. The TV is on in the background and a cable news station airs a segment about MMS and autism and how dangerous it is. Perfect timing. Of course, the story had no details of injuries or deaths, but am sure the FDA is on the lookout after recirculating this story.
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