I just finished a short inquiry with the seller in the aforementioned post and concluded that HE/or SHE cannot be considered as a reliable source to buy Miracle-Mineral-Supplement from. And main issue is that this particular eBay store is selling Miracle-Mineral-Supplement that does not conform with the original Miracle-Mineral-Supplement standard. However.. what I think stands-out most in this, is where the product page provides none information on the discrepancies and measures needed to adjust the mixture to match the limits of the current protocols.
After several emails with the store owners, I was told that the product was advertised as a 28% dry mixture. However... since Sodium Chlorite(NaClO2) is purchased as an 80% NaClO2 grade(80% and 20% byproduct) the sellers chose to compensate by adding an additional 20% to the total volume of the NaClO2. Which means that the MMS being sold works out to be much stronger than the original formula thus falling outside the limits of the current protocols issued by Jim Humble.
Having said that, I think this is sobering example of the risks associated with buying MMS from online sellers. And I'd like to remind people that the taking and ingestion of chemical products needs to be taken very seriously. And though I am a fan of MMS and its potential to healing others, I am equally committed to the importance of doing all we can to help keep the process as safe and reliable as possible for everyone. And since there are no regulations in place to protect users from product deviations. I think its crucial that we do all we can to ensure the MMS products we recommend to others fall within the guidelines of the ongoing protocols in effect.
PS. the seller of mentioned in this post refused to make any efforts to correct or inform purchasers of the changes he made to the original formula, and so I was left with no choice but to issue a bad feedback for my transaction.
Hope this helps someone out there. And remember... be careful where you buy your MMS from!