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I received this email today from Adam Abraham who writes the blog: Phaelosopher Food for Thought. Adam has been an enthusiastic promoter, historian and educator on the use of MMS. To my knowledge Adam has never sold MMS.

It seems to me that now is the time to start actually giving MMS away.
It should be promoted as water purification drops. We must talk about and write about MMS at every given opportunity. Those sites that do not sell MMS but educate about its use will become extremely important and valuable to the public... hey guys, thats us!
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MMS: The ‘Fit’ Has Hit the ‘Shan’

phaelosopher | August 13, 2010 at 1:33 pm | Tags: Alternative Medicines, chlorine dioxide, FDA, Jim Humble, MMS | Categories: Alternative Medicines, Blogroll, Cancer, Education, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, MMS, Morgellons, Water | URL: http://wp.me/p1OJN-nw

BARAHONA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – Fasten your seatbelts, because the MMS story is about to take the greatest roller coaster ride of its life. The FDA is following up its July 30, 2010 warning on the personal and discretionary use of chlorine dioxide with a vengeance, having picked out a sampling of MMS suppliers in the United States and Japan (yes, Japan), to begin a global dissuasion campaign that you can be sure, will be televised.
On the heels of their warning, a convoy of FDA agents appeared at PGL International (www.projectgreenlife.com), in Spokane, Washington, and their fulfillment house, intent on gathering “forensic” evidence of wrongdoing.


On the same day, on the other side of the world, agents from the Drug Regulation and Monitoring Agency, a unit of Japan’s Ministry of Health, visited an MMS supplier in Tokyo, while agents from the Health and Hygiene Agency made another impromptu call to a distributor in Osaka.
According to a reliable source, the tone of the Japanese encounters was decidedly different from those in Spokane. After three days of investigation, the FDA representatives made their objective very clear; a full recall of all MMS sold. To make the appearance of justification of wrongdoing and harm to the public complete, they were offering no consideration to the company owners.
I just received a text message from Daniel Smith, owner of PGL International:
May need that defense fund ASAP even with a recall. They want MMS off the market. Feel free to wake the masses.
The purpose of a recall isn’t so much about returning MMS to the suppliers, it would amount to an admission of wrongdoing, of harm having been done on the public (who the FDA is “protecting,”), for which some form of “punishment” would be in order. The Agency has been mobilized to make discrediting MMS a priority, facts and evidence to the contrary, be damned.
IF “wrong” had been done, if harm had been done, I would be in full agreement with the Agency. However, they appear, curiously to be inactive and disinterested in the harm that happens daily America, thanks to drugs that they have evaluated, collected very high application fees for, and approved. MMS’ major “sin,” according to the FDA is, (1) not having gone through the approval cycle, and (2) making fantastic (presumed to be false and fraudulent) claims for what they call unrelated conditions.
The question of whether the claims, reported, not by the MMS sellers, but by people who have used it, are true, has not been considered. If the claims are true, then it may mean that the diseases mentioned, are not unrelated.
The FDA wants to discredit MMS before enough people put “2 + 2” together and begin asking these questions.
I suspect that it is too late.
MMS is not the only “public domain” chemical on the block that can point to fantastic claims that are true. Dimethyl Sulfoxide, otherwise known as DMSO, is another which is backed by over 40 years of clinical research. It was first formulated by Dr. Stanley Jacob at the University of Oregon Medical School.
DMSO: Nature’s Healer, written by Dr. Morton Walker and published over 20 years ago, lists research that began in the late 1950’s, when DMSO, a non-toxic chemical derived from tree sap, was shown to have a multitude of beneficial properties as a beneficial solvent. For example, instead of prescribing an anticoagulant to stroke patients, that “thins” the blood so as to facilitate circulation through an obstructed passageway, DMSO, with its extraordinary penetration characteristics, would simply and safely dissolve the clot, without introducing new toxicity into the body.
The scope of research done on DMSO is extensive. Symposiums of medical professionals were convened, as doctors envisioned and exchanged ideas on how they could improve their craft. Except… the FDA granted only very limited approval.
You can buy DMSO in a feed store to rub down your horse, but there are precious few places where you can get knowledgeable advice on human use, other than in books and on the Internet.
Living clay – Calcium bentonite – is another natural, non-toxic substance that can bring relief to a wide range of ailments. (See www.aboutclay.com)
The FDA should be working in the public interest. However, their efforts should be based on incontrovertible facts. Their case against MMS doesn’t rest on such a basis.

Harm Has Actually Been Done
The FDA’s warning claims “serious harm” from drinking MMS. They said that, when used as directed, it produces an industrial bleach that can cause harm to health.
Examples of harm that they mention include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and symptoms of severe dehydration. These are indeed results that some MMS users have reported, but MMS is growing in popularity because they also reported recovery from the real problem that they sought relief from. This stands in stark contrast to most medicines used today.

Multiple unrelated diseases?
The FDA warning lists claims to treat “multiple unrelated diseases,” which include HIV, hepatitis, the H1N1 flu virus, common colds, acne, cancer, and other conditions. The operative word here is “unrelated.” If the reports, submitted by actual MMS users, are true, and if there are other products that have shown a similar level of effectiveness against a wide range of pathologies, then perhaps these conditions are related in spite of FDA statements to the contrary. IF they are, then the question shifts back to the FDA, the medical system, and the entire industry that has operated under the dissection principle, where diseases are considered isolated conditions that warrant very specific, and oftentimes multiple, simultaneous (and expensive) treatments.

No Interest Shown in MMS’ benefits.

In coming out in a decidedly aggressive effort to stem any further growth of MMS, the FDA reveals a blatant bias in the absence of interest in its beneficial effects. Excuse me if I’m wrong, but the last time I checked, plans were still being made for another walk, run, bicycle ride, or concert to raise money for cancer research. Telethons are being done for Jerry’s Kids, and many other worthy causes. Chlorine is a chemical that is routinely introduced into the human body without one’s consent, as is fluoridation, through municipal water treatment systems. NO ONE, certainly not the FDA, has taken an unbiased look at the health effects of several generations of this practice. So the bias doesn’t really appear to be for the public, as the FDA claims in its warning. It actually seems to be working against us.
What can YOU do?
As I said at the end of my documentary, Understanding MMS: Conversations with Jim Humble, the MMS protocol appears to have properties that could be very useful to society, specifically due to the effects it has on water. No health claims are really necessary. No promises are needed. It’s become widely known public knowledge that water quality, and water treatment methods, are not producing optimal results, and may indeed be contributing to the state of human health. Yet, the damage associated with these practices still go unexamined, or unreported.

If you have credible information, good or bad, about MMS, I invite you to send it to: support@understanding-mms.com.

Additionally I’d like to produce a documentary on the subject, asking and answering the unasked questions on this timely and soon to be controversial subject.

If you would like to contribute to the production effort, please send a donation via PayPal to the same email address above.

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For how ever many more hours/days that you may have to get your orders in, to stock up on MMS, Here is a good source to order the 400gram jar of MMS flakes, [also called "Freedom" Flakes] so that you can make your own bottles of MMS. You can also order the little 4 oz. bottles from this site too at about 50 cents ea.

You can make about 12 bottles of MMS from each 400gram jar....

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Complete with recipe for mixing 100 grams at a time into a 28% sodium chlorite solution. Mix it as you need it.~

Scroll down towards bottom of this page to order..

http://www.purewaterforsurvival.com/1catalog.html


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So your link says that 100 grams mixed into 14.5 oz of water makes the water purifacation solution at 28%

Most people I know do not have a gram scale. I would like to know what 100 grams equals in a dry measure..... in cup measure or perhaps tablespoons or dry ounce measure?
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So your link says that 100 grams mixed into 14.5 oz of water makes the water purifacation solution at 28%

Most people I know do not have a gram scale. I would like to know what 100 grams equals in a dry measure..... in cup measure or perhaps tablespoons or dry ounce measure?
Here is the recipe taken from Jim's site for 4 oz.

To Prepare One Small Four Ounce Bottle of 28% MMS Solution (Recommended):

Step 1: In a small bowl place 4 level tablespoons of sodium chlorite powder.

Step 2: Add 3 ounces of distilled warm water (max temperature - 150 degrees Farenheit).

Step 3: Stir with a non-metalic spoon and cover for darkness. Let the solution sit for 3 hours. Expect some some settlings to fall to the bottom.

Step 4: Pour slowly into a dark 4 or 6 ounce bottle for storage and future use. Leave settlings in the bowl - discard them.
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Thanks. Great. So just double that for the standard 8 ounce bottle. Thanks for finding that.
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HealthSalon is in an uproar today over this banning. I've just spent 2 hours answering comments.

I do think this is seriously the time to stock pile sodium chlorite flakes for yourself and loved ones.

Does anyone think it is possible for the FDA to take it off the market?
Surely they could make it a controlled substance... with serious penalities for distribution.
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What about the article below from last year? Was this true? If people had done this would MMS have flown under the radar (probably not, I'm sure.) Can they change the name to 'Water Purification Drops' now or is it too late?

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Agency is trying to take MMS off the market...

I just got a desperate letter from Jim Humble the discoverer of MMS stating that "sorry, but my name and my picture must be removed from all sites selling mms in any form. All of the jim humble approval stamps must be removed from every site selling mms."

He further states, "This must happen immediately. Any time the attack comes if my approval is on any sales site that can be used to put me in jail. This is true in most countries as well as the united states, especially in Europe. Please comply with this. It is important. This must be done immediately. Taking my name off of your site will also keep you out of jail.

"I appreciate your help in bringing mms to the world. Now is the time to change mms to nothing but water purification drops. My sites will remain in place so that people can use them. They don't lead people to other sales sites. When the time comes the authorities must see nothing but mms water purification drops. We will have to depend upon my book, radio, TV, you tube, and other internet articles to tell what mms really is.

"One other point, anywhere on your site where the word supplement is used it should be changed to the word "solution", the reason for that is the FDA objects to the word supplement, that begins to neutralize our sites. Is for your protection."
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I am thinking that they will have a very hard time controling MMS. But who knows what these dastardly FDA people will do.

Those selling changed over to water purification drops back then but all the info out there claims something quite different. You cannot make claims for treatment or cure with any product, including silver solutions. They are after silver solutions too. In UK it all got skirted by calling silver solutions water purification. Website managers have to learn their limits or they can cause themselves a lot of headaches. The true information on products must be posted elsewhere and people have to put it together for themselves or though word of mouth

This is why forums like this and blogs are so important for recording and storing the truth.
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I see that I am really late coming into this but when I went to the link provided for the flakes, it tells me ALL OUT OF STOCK. Now what? Where do I get the flakes? Thanks.
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You might try these places or call the other place and ask to be put on a waiting list.

Here are places to purchase bulk MMS in flakes that someone sent me a while back. I have not purchased from them. The first one does not look like a very good deal. I will keep looking.
Here are a couple of sites that sell Sodium Chlorite:

http://sciencelab.com/page/S/PVAR/SLS4636
100 grams for $62.23
500 grams for $175.47.... way too expensive!

I purchased mine very inexpensively: here is the website: http://sodium-chlorite-supplier.com/
I paid $12/pound (454 grams) for it. The quality was good.
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