You are indeed correct Tom, the earlier forms of this scam, seem to have been the same as Miracle-Mineral-Supplement , this has been discredited by the makers of "vitamin O", and now they are flogging electrified sea water. At least electrified sea water, although hurting the hip pocket of those that are gullible enough to buy it, wont damage them physically by ingestion.
Wonder how many people die or become extremely ill, from taking this product, instead of seeking good natural treatments.
The people flogging this scam, as well as Miracle-Mineral-Supplement , have no morals, or ethics, and are completely without conscience.
<". – What is the difference between “Vitamin O” and hydrogen peroxide or other oxygen supplements on the market?
A. – “Vitamin O” should not be confused with the Chlorite compounds which are available on the market and which represent an older, now outdated approach to providing oxygen supplementation. These older Chlorite type compounds must first come into contact with the hydrochloric acid in the stomach before oxygen is released by way of a vigorous chemical reaction. What’s more, unlike “Vitamin O” which can be placed onto the skin, the older Chlorite type compounds are extremely caustic and can do serious damage to the skin and delicate mucous membranes. Also, “Vitamin O” should not be confused with hydrogen peroxide, a compound which can cause a severe “healing crisis” if not administered properly and with appropriate care, and apparently has a tendency to release potentially harmful free radicals into the system.">
This gives the story of the product, "apparently", and suggests there are two expensive studies, these "studies" were not independent, as the sellers want people to believe, and they do not comply with any scientific standard at all. This seems to be why they could not avoid a court case. The "studies", such as they are, were done in house, were not peer reviewed, repeated, or verified. Just more sales hype and outright lies.
If these studies showed that their product did anything at all to improve peoples health, they would have used these studies in their court case to avoid having to pay out a great deal of money to people they had ripped off.
As my numbered friend says, after 14 years of pushing this scam, and ripping off countless gullible people, the promoters of Miracle-Mineral-Supplement , vitamin O, and other useless rubbish, have not come up with even one shred of credible evidence to support their claims.