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Re: MMS claims are faulty science
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Published: 11 years ago
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Re: MMS claims are faulty science

Just for clarification, I think it's important to remember that Sodium Clorite, Clorine dioxide, and Miracle-Mineral-Supplement are not the same. Miracle-Mineral-Supplement sellers and Jim Humble says it produces ClO2 by "activating" sodium clorite with either acetic acid or citric acid . There is no proof that reaction even happens, Tom's "experiments" aside. (As said earlier by the scientist/advocate, those are not done in the right way to prove anything). Miracle-Mineral-Supplement is sold all over the place with no standards so who knows what's being sold. I'm sure industrial uses are more carefully monitored. I think that's sad.


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