Tuesday, January 6, 2015

What is MMS and why do some claim its an amazing health cure, others dangerous while the FDA is taking a distributor to trial?

I only heard about this chemical health solution today, its called MMS. That stands for Master Mineral Supplement. Ok, I'm paraphrasing from this site: http://www.mms-supplement.com/jim-humble.html in regard to the basic story of this supposed miracle cure. It appeared at the top of the Google search results via this query: "what is mms supplement".  I'm not in anyway connected to this site.

A man named Jim Humble was down in the South American jungles back in the 1990's mining for gold.  One of his colleagues contracted a deadly form of malaria and eventhough help was called, it was believed the man didn't have long to live so in a last ditch effort Jim gave him some a weak solution of sodium chlorite that he had been using for years to make water drinkable.

"Over one million people die from malaria each year, mostly children under five years of age, with 90 per cent of malaria cases occurring in Sub-Saharan Africa. An estimated 300-600 million people suffer from malaria each year. More than 40 percent of the world's population lives in malaria-risk areas."

People claim to have found relief and cures for so many different health situations I'm not even going to list them - viruses, disease, bacteria, fungus, etc.

But, stop what you're doing if you like to hear an exciting health and healing testimonial.  You'll hear a former Las Vegas Fireman tell you he had prostate cancer, needed a knee operation, he couldn't sleep lying down because of heartburn, couldn't carry on a conversation without forgetting his point, etc. until he tried MMS.

Go here:  http://www.mms-supplement.com/ and scroll down a little bit to the Dennis Richards MMS story youtube video and check it out - only 3 and a half minutes to watch it.

The site above has done a nice job of showcasing the good that has come out of MMS.  It says Jim personally treated 2,000 children for malaria in Africa and another 75,000 through missionaries he trained.  This success was featured in a documentary in cooperation with the Red Cross in 2012 as well.

Chlorine Dioxide is a well known chemical used to treat water against pathogens and is considered superior to chlorine because its odd number of valence electrons attract the electrons of stressed cells killing them and keeping healthy cells intact.

There are many people selling MMS so why did the FDA go after Daniel Smith?

I heard him tell his story to Patrick Timpone on his One Radio Network podcast.  I've never heard this show and I liked it because Patrick's voice is different - its very calming and he blends a sharp wit with a slower voice with less words and has some good emotional yet analytical tone.  He sounds like the poster child for natural health that I guess he is.

Anyway, from what I could gather it was the high amount of business that Daniel was doing out of Spokane, Washington and the fact that upon the suggestion of a Dr. who had dealt with a similar situation he attempted to circumvent the question of the legality of the sale by selling it privately instead of pleading guilty so he had to be made an example of.
Here's a site that is critical of the use of MMS for health benefits:

Here are some of Johnathan Campbell's arguments:

CLO2 is the active molecule in many water purification systems. It does kill germs, but it is toxic. If you ingest it in the concentrations recommended, it can cause you direct harm.

CLO2 is a toxic chemical oxidizer. 

"Activated" MMS contains elemental chlorine which is carcenogenic when in contact with human tissue.
MMS invokes the poison reflex.

MMS is the wrong approach to immunity - it is chemotherapy!

Here's a quality interview that is PRO MMS with a worthwhile question and answer session referring to scientific studies.

"Straight Talk on MMS - Guest: Andreas Kalcker

Straight Talk on MMS is a "TV style" interview show that focuses on the MMS (chlorine dioxide) phenomena by interviewing experts in the field. The goal of the show is to enlighten the public about this revolutionary discovery by Jim Humble.

On this first show, Daniel Bender talks with Andreas Kalcker, a researcher and cinematographer, turned MMS expert who is producing a documentary on MMS. This video discusses the basics of MMS and why the public should take notice."

This appears to be a chemical with well known use in water treatment over decades that is being suppressed because its cheap and can't be patented for big pharma to profit by.

I wish people would understand better how things work.  You and I are enemies of the state because we think we don't belong to them as their property - that we have a direct connection to spirit, science and nature.  If you don't see that freedom is totally against our supposedly civilized world I don't know what to say.  You're brainwashed.  When does the corporate government or the few who run that ever get in trouble?  Never, practically - so how dare people believe in Dr.s and cops and the rest of the establishment being "the good guys"?  We may as well figure out how to face Goliath the Corporate Government because they are straight up killing us I don't care how big your house is or how much you like college or your Playstation - its hell on earth when the banksters run the world.  Humans have almost always been oppressed by a few like this but now the tech allows them to kill us all and mutate us and the earth on a global scale.  That's different and a call to act now before we're gone.

Thanks to a facebook friend for letting me know about this group dedicated to helping fund Daniel's legal defense.

He's got a family.  This affects all of us because a major form of natural health is affected.  The U.N.'s Agenda 21 wants to regulate it so we don't have the natural nutrition we need to be healthy - they are deciding everything about the future of humanity through regulation instead of direct war.  Like who lives based on their political affiliation.  They are not friends of nature, though like most organizations the people in it care and do good.

Here's his GoFundMe page.  It says he has raised $46,383 of $200,000 in the past 20 days via 809 people.  He's facing 37 years in prison and needs our help of whatever one can spare.

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