Handing out a bottle of a drug to someone who is ill and leaving them without an understanding of what they are doing is almost criminal. I hope this poor begger does'nt overdose on it.
He has the instructions in the free book. The only thing criminal is the fact that the media isn't picking up on this. Bought and paid for mouth pieces or extremely uninformed.
Books through history have been written as a form of propaganda why is Jim Humble any different? This whole group of unknowns who have appeared from nowhere to promote mms is very suspiscious. People who have no understanding of alternative health promoting something they know very little about is also very suspiscious.
Not nearly as suspicious and unbelievable as the slander you're trying to dish out.
Who are you anyway? Never seen you around here before.
Anyone who has been at Curezone for any amount of time have witnessed the promotion of many so called miracle drugs. Colloidal Silver ,glyconutrients, Lugols iodine,toxic herbal tinctures, Oleander, all with outlandish claims! As the craze of each of these miraculous claims wears off these same people who at one time thought they had found the miracle elixir move on to the next new miracle druglike potion!
My health has improved greatly since using Colloidal Silver , Rife, EMEM, The Beck Protocol and some of Hulda Clark s ideas. I thing anyone who tries to steer people away from these treatments is either ignorant or has a vested interest.
It seems to be human nature to rely on some one else to find a cure for their years of neglecting their bodies without having to change thier bad habits.
I find those promoting these miracle cures negligent and untrustworthy. The unsubstantiated claims the hyperbole are all to similar to the allopathic/pharmaceutical industry. The claims are the same the procedure the same the scam is the same!
Their is nothing miraculous about them. They are based on solid science. Instead of greed. Their is very little money to be made in promoting these discoveries.