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Chris24 wrote: You are very wrong Javizy, here is why:
– Chlorine dioxide has nothing to do with bleach. Sodium chlorite has nothing to do with bleach, and so mms has nothing to do with bleach. Please tell me the bleach component of mms. There isnt one. Probably you are confusing it with sodium hypochlorite.
– Sodium chlorite is fda approved. It is in their database. It is approved for disinfecting food and approved for water treatment. Their argument is invalid.
– The lack of evidence is because to get evidence one would need a LOT of money. This is why patenting is so important. Without it, there is no profit for the industry. Mms can not be patented. The inventor has even showed the world how to make it. It is not some magic cure, it is just good chemistry. Chlorine dioxide has been known for a hundred years as a powerful and safe pathogen killer. Never has anyone reported any allergic reaction or serious side effect. This is why so many people use it with so much succes. Doctors and the pharmaceutical industry are failing, so independant, smart people take power and do what is right for themselves.
– The newspaper article you present is the same as any other bs warning ive heard. No arguments are given, everyone is just saying the same thing over and over, repeating eachother mindlessly, hoping that a lie spread long enough will become truth, just because ‘they say so’. Hence my signature.
– I have taken mms in large quantities for a long time, with only improvement as a result. Now, 5 enema’s later, tons of candida colonies have come out and i feel SO good. I have so much energy I dont know what to do with myself. This week I had beer and cake. No problem.
People deserve to know the truth about this!
Edit: Please next time first do some research before you post. You seem to do it with other topics, why not with this one. I have gone through tons of discussion like this, but unlike the fear spreaders and bleach callers, I have done the research. The lies need to stop on this subject.
I am of course open to further arguments.
How do you research something that hasn’t been researched? I think it’s right to be sceptical of cure-alls, especially when we’re being told by authorities that they’re dangerous. The guy who makes it claims to be able to cure cancer and HIV. Similarly, anecdotal evidence needs to be taken with a massive pinch of salt. People claim to “cure” themselves of all sorts of illnesses using all sorts of crazy therapies, including blatant placebos like homoeopathy. John Sarno’s Freudian theory explains all disease approach is up there with the best, and you can read dozens of success stories online at your leisure. Maybe doctors need to prescribe defunct psychotherapy or liquids with no active ingredient instead of worrying about MMS. Do you see why research is important?
Am I saying MMS is definitely BS? Not necessarily. No research in favour doesn’t equal research against. I think somebody who understands biochemistry could determine what ingesting MMS would do without clinical research studies, but I’m not such a somebody. If people are willing to take the risk of trying it and end up getting good results, then that’s good for them. But just because they don’t perceive side-effects, doesn’t mean they aren’t there. How many smokers or sunbathers perceive side-effects before they’re diagnosed with cancer? Everything is toxic beyond a certain point; what’s the threshold for MMS? Maybe one day we’ll have a definitive answer.