The “Miracle” Mineral Supplement (MMS)


In 2012, a Jim Humble Verlag, a German American doctor??, and the local Red Cross in Uganda conducted a field study in Uganda, Africa of a supplement designed or coined to treat the Malaria disease. Their study of the solution, which they call Miracle Mineral Supplement (MMS), concluded that MMS was extremely affective in curing Malaria, or at least in the short-term, as a most of the Ugandans who participated in the study were found to be free of the disease within forty-eight hours of receiving treatment.

Never-the-less, an American Pastor named Robert Baldwin is promoting the “Miracle Mineral Supplement” as a miracle cure for everything from the common cold to HIV. They’re promoting MMS in Africa, mainly in Uganda and Cameroon.

MMS, scientifically, is a chemical mixture known as Chlorine Dioxide, which is a form of Sodium Chlorite. Chlorine Dioxide is a type of bleach that is known to cause digesting problems and dehydration to the point of death if dosage is too high. Sodium Chlorite is a solid salt most notably used as a cleansing agent in drinking water purification and the bleaching of fats and other material.

According to the U.S. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Register, Chlorine Dioxide is used to disinfect drinking water of bacteria. The United States Environmental Protection Agency has set a maximum level of 0.8 mg/L for chlorine dioxide in drinking water.

Here’s the link to the 2012 study the Red Cross conducted in Uganda where they found that MMS cured Malaria within 48 hours.

Here’s the footage of the actual 2012 study. In the end, they speak about the corruption and evils of the pharmaceutical industry, which is largely based on American and European ideologies.

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