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MMS- Acidified Sodium Chlorite

September 11, 2011

For decades explorers in Central and South America, Asia, and Africa carried a bottle of sodium chlorite in their gear to help purify running water and make it potable when there is no other water source available. It has been called “bottled oxygen”, and has been around for many years as an effective method of killing germs, bacteria, and pathogens in the water of these areas.

The reason that sodium chlorite has been so effective for so many years is due to the chlorine dioxide. Chlorine dioxide has also been used in bleaches and cleaning chemicals for many years. You can find sodium chlorite in a watery form known as Stabilized Oxygen in several health food stores in the U.S. Infact the FDA approves the use of sodium chlorite for the purpose of making chlorine dioxide used to sterilize chicken or beef before it is sold to the public. Thanks to the fact that it is extremely effective at killing off bacteria and germs in nearly any form. When used on its own, chlorine dioxide is so strong that it can effectively kill a person by causing kidney failure.

ClO2 kills pathogens by oxidation, not chlorination. It dissipates rapidly, and if activated correctly leaves virtually no residue. The man who created the Miracle Mineral Supplement or the MMS solution is Jim Humble, a metallurgist and a gold miner. He improved the effectiveness of the chlorine dioxide by adding vinegar, which contains citric acid. Citric acid activates the chlorine dioxide and makes it work much more effectively.

In the last few years, over 75,000 people from various African countries have been helped thanks to the legendary efficacy of the chlorine dioxide in the Miracle Mineral Supplement. While chlorine dioxide in many forms has been used throughout history, only recently has it truly lived up to its reputation as being the Miracle Mineral Supplement.Thanks to Jim Humble’s addition, chlorine dioxide is now one of the best substances to use to kill off a wide range of harmful pathogens.

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