'Church' to offer 'miracle cure' despite FDA warnings against drinking bleach - News Summed Up

'Church' to offer 'miracle cure' despite FDA warnings against drinking bleach


Facebook Twitter Pinterest The “sacramental kit” sold by Genesis II Church of Health and Healing is referred to as MMS, or “miracle mineral solution or supplement”. Photograph: https://g2sacraments.org/In fact, MMS consists of chlorine dioxide, a powerful bleach that is used both on textiles and in the industrial treatment of water. The Guardian contacted Grenon to ask why he was peddling industrial bleach described by the FDA as potentially dangerous as a miracle cure, but he did not immediately respond. The video shows a British advocate of MMS travelling to a village in Uganda where he arranges for several villagers to be given the “miracle cure”. He had sold MMS through a website called Project GreenLife, having obtained sodium chlorite fraudulently by creating a phony “water purification” business.


Source: The Guardian April 20, 2019 00:45 UTC



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