Miracle Mineral Supplement

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Bottle of sodium chlorite and citric acid 50% activator
Bottle of citric acid 50% and sodium chlorite 22.4%
Master Mineral Solution
MMS is sodium chlorite 22.4%. MMS1 or Activated MMS is chlorine dioxide. The chlorine dioxide is made with sodium chlorite 22.4% mixed with an activator. Activators most commonly used are 4% HCl (hydrochloric acid) or 50% citric acid.
Calcium hypochlorite powder
Calcium hypochlorite
Master Mineral Solution 2
MMS2 is calcium hypochlorite, turning into hypochlorous acid in water.

Miracle Mineral Supplement, renamed Master Mineral Solution in 2010, known as one of the greatest health discoveries in history amongst those informed, was discovered by Archbishop Jim Humble in 1996 to be an effective solution against Malaria. Many users have reported success with MMS for a whole host of illnesses since that time.

The misleading and deceptive MMS article on Wikipedia

The Miracle Mineral Supplement on Wikipedia article, hijacked by Denialism and Pseudoskepticism, is a piece of misleading, unsubstantiated and deceitful propaganda, with a collection of cited references that can be summed up as mainstream media hogwash ballyhoo, unfounded press releases or otherwise irrelevant information in regards to MMS, dosage levels and recommended protocols. At no point is the reader presented with cited data relevant to MMS, to back up what is being written. Steer clear.

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Red Cross cured 154 cases of Malaria with MMS

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