The fact MMS is so cheap to produce is exactly why its not on the pharmacyshelves, except as mouthwashes or in almost-ineffective doses as “stabilized oxygen”. There’s more money, a multi-billion-pound industry in drugs which stop symptoms temporarily rather than remove the pathogens causing the disease. MMS simply strengthens the immune system by eliminating any pathogenic load in the body allowing it to get back to full strength. What many don’t realise is that malaria is simply like having a bad cold, flu, but over and over and over again until the body simply can’t cope anymore. People are dying from colds all over Africa and people are dying from cancers all over the world .. when really MMS can simply get us back to health.
AIDS : Acquired immune deficiency syndrome .. says it all. Our immune systems need help. It is estimated that 33 million people worldwide are infected with HIV, 95 % of whom live in developing countries.
Once healthy these same people can then attack the real source, cleaning up the water, use mosquito nets, wash hands with clean water, grow good foods with good water and get on with living productive lives.
MMS or chlorine dioxide costs £26 per quality life year as opposed to most drugs out there right there which are £30,000 per quality life year!! due to costs of clinical trials, many of which are done cheaply & illegally in Africa!!
I read today in New Scientist magazine that Nigerian families are sueing Pfizer for killing 20 out of 200 children used to trial a meningitis drug in 1996!! Pfizer claim it was the meningitis that killed them. I also read that The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the main funding body for tackling these diseases, is $5BILLION short this year. Contrast that with the $18 BILLION worth of bonuses taken in 2008 by officials at US banks now receiving public funding to bail them out of the banking crisis ???? (New Scientist 7 Feb 2009)
The UK just held another RED NOSE Day, which is, quite simply, a day like no other! ..fantastic fundraising in schools, offices and homes across the land, mix it with the nation’s favourite celebrities getting up to all kinds of mischief, sprinkle a new Red Nose (or three!) across the entire UK and add a cracking night of comedy on BBC One to make Red Nose Day the phenomenon it is. Almost £60 million was raised by the UK, a nation in an economic downturn but who are made, for just a few hours, aware of what real hardship is; life in Africa.
A patient can walk or be carried into a clinic, or be treated by trained villagers, and within 4 hours they can be walking out free of malaria’s plasmodia parasite, and probably a hundred others. This is not an unfound claim, this is happening and has been happening quietly in Kenya, since 2004 and all over Malawi, backed by the government trials held there, for years. Jim Humble is now letting all who want to learn to use it, do so. His book and a free eBook or kits are available through the website, or contact AVIF.
Jim only wants to pass on the info. Its up to you what you do with it.