MMS is a Scam
There are numerous reports out there from self-proclaimed skeptics, that Jim Humble's Master Mineral Solution - previously known as Miracle Mineral Solution and Miracle Mineral Supplement or MMS for short, is a scam, and that a few drops of Sodium chlorite 22.4% mixed with an activator and activated into Chlorine dioxide then diluted in water, does not have the power to heal anything but the frown on a face to a smile, after reading the scientific data.
It is a known and indisputable fact that MMS skeptics remain skeptical and sometimes even critical towards MMS.
What is MMS?
- MMS Debunked
- MMS Scam
- Master Mineral Solution on Wikipedia
- Miracle Mineral Solution on Wikipedia
- Miracle Mineral Supplement on Wikipedia
- Master Mineral Solution on RationalWiki
- Miracle Mineral Solution on RationalWiki
- Miracle Mineral Supplement on RationalWiki
- Red Cross Malaria Fraud
- IFRC strongly dissociates from the claim of a ‘miracle’ solution to defeat malaria
Red Cross cured 154 cases of Malaria with MMS in Uganda 2012
- LEAKED VIDEO Undeniably Proves Red Cross Performed a Successful Field Test Using MMS on Malaria (Goes to Youtube page)
- LEAKED VIDEO Undeniably Proves Red Cross Performed a Successful Field Test Using MMS on Malaria (Goes to our page with more details in the description)
- Red Cross Malaria Cover-up - Press Releases
- Red Cross Malaria Cover-up - Media Coverage