Irrespective of what happens in the journey of MMS, the FDA has done a few good things. They brought the subject to the attention of a larger number of new people, and given those who do understand something about MMS an opportunity to set the misinformation straight.
This is not about “fighting” the FDA. They are doing what they have done, the way they have done things, for quite some time. If you don’t like their methods, then you have the power, ability, and responsibility to let them know. One way to do so, is to use products that you know are in your best health interest, and to not use products that you know will do you harm.
If you believe that MMS will do you harm, you should not take it. This doesn’t mean that MMS should not be available to help others, since we know that it can.
Toxic drugs should also not be given to people who object to their use. A person’s preference against chemotherapy should be respected. Doctors should have more in their tool box than chemo and radiation. Well, they should have other tools altogether to assist healing, unless the patient is actually asking for an agonizingly slow and painful death. This is what so many people get, you’d think they were asking for it. Yet Dr. Jack Kevorkian was vilified and prosecuted for helping people exit this world peacefully and of their own free will. If you’re kicking and screaming in pain, able to pay the bill or insurance premiums, but acting like you don’t want to die, it’s okay for them to poison you.
Doctors will try to coerce (not being the FDA, they can’t force) you into taking the drugs their “book” recommends, even if you have legitimate reservations. This policy should be changed. Any reservation about taking a drug is a legitimate one. I can understand a pain killer in a moment of extreme duress, but not in the absence of a conscious, concerted effort to help the patient restore health.
It’s ironic to see the moral “high ground” anti-drug crusaders take on marijuana and other street drugs, while sanctimoniously claiming they are not addicted to their even more expensive prescribed, and therefore accepted medicine. They get the benefits of addiction without the social and legal stigma attached.
However, drugs are not helpful if one’s goal is health and/or healing. Don’t take my word for it. Listen to a former pharmaceutical sales person tell how business is done.
Now, here’s a short video I produced that describes how MMS is prepared, and explains the confusion around the 28% solution, which is one of the reasons that the FDA claimed it is dangerous.
Let’s thank the FDA once again for giving us the opportunity to set perceptions straight to such a large new audience.