Friday, March 11, 2011

Beware of Jim Humble's "Miracle Mineral Supplement"

Once again, a product has entered the market and the people selling it are making claims that it is some sort of miracle cure that can treat anything from AIDS to cancer. The product I am writing about is the "Miracle Mineral Supplement", also known as the "Miracle Mineral Solution".

The originator of this particular product is a man named Jim Humble, who has no scientific background that I am aware of, yet makes claims for his product that are based upon testimonials, rather than scientific evidence.

For an explanation as to why this product may not be everything - or anything - that Mr Humble and his sycophants claim, watch this video:
This video was recorded by a person with a scientific background and gives a very detailed explanation as to what this product really is and how it can adversely affect your health.

Duane Browning


Anonymous said...

Sounds like good common sense to me.
Plenty of proven alternative medicines are available.
I will not be purchasing any MMS, thanks to this blog.
Thanks, Jim.

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Anonymous said...

Do you know that for water storage they recommend you put 8 drops of household chlorine bleach (5 to 6% sodium hypochlorite) for every gallon (4 liters) of water?

Anonymous said...

This site tells that there are no studies to show that MMS has been researched properly. " Good Medicine" is what exactly?? The pills and potions that doctors give out willy nilly to get fix symptoms, they only think they know what is wrong. How many patients do doctors kill a year with concoctions of pills that have severe and debilitating side effects. What kind of quality of like do these people have whilst the multi national pharma companies take all their monies.
Your evidence against Jim Himble is a woman in vanuatu who dies after taking 2 drops??? Your kidding right?? Hes doing the world a favour and me included. I have used MMS and reaped benefits that a Doctor has never been able to offer. Or even diagnose for that matter. He not going to get rich off this stuff. Hes offering a solution that deals with the environment of the disease and allows the body to be able to heal itself. Hes no Jesus, but he is able to help a lot of people with this. Your claim is that the sodium chlorite was aconcern in the drinking water even before JH came along. Has anything ever been done about it to prove that is is a concern or stopped adding it to the drinking water? WHo's making money now? Oh and fluoride ( but dont get me started!)
My story has a happy ending thanks to MMS but IM sure this post will never make it to your testimonial page, even though i am living proof that it works.

The truth will always prevail
Anonymous JH sycophant

Anonymous said...

I was sent a link about this product via a facebook post asking friends to think of my sister as she battles cancer of the esophagus. Since my husband is a regulatory compliance consultant in the pharma industry, for the last 20 years, I have heard it all. He's the guy pharma companies dont like so much but have to have by law, in order to make sure they are making things safely and in accordance to good manufacturing processes. You cannot make medical claims to cure anything without proof. Internet testimonials aren't proof. That is a commercial. It's illegal and most certainly, unethical. No, the pharma industry is NOT perfect. Believe me. But when it comes to what you consume and what claims are, don't be foolish. This is basically pool water. If anyone has been cured of cancer taking this, come forward and announce it on international television... GO PUBLIC...and save the world...fight for this product to be given the attention it deserves if it is a miracle. The man who claims this to be a miracle needs to apply with the FDA or move to Eurpoe and go through the EU or Canda with HEalth Canada, That won't happen because clinical trials and real numbers and results would be published. No one is trying to keep a cure for cancer off the market. As a matter of fact, if it truly could, then some giant pharma company would be all over this to buy it and market it. Not just in this country but all over the world! The internet is not public. Go public and prove through science and real examples, this is a "miracle" cure. Otherwise, this is a scam in the real world and shameful.