The Genesis II Church of Health and Healing has been providing treatment for autism for all those families who have children who confront with this disease. Federal prosecutors have opened an investigation prone to reveal the strange technique promoted by a church. This institution’s spokesperson has argued that their intention is to bring peace to those who suffer from autism.
- A church started selling some dangerous treatments supposed to cure autism.
- FDA has analyzed the situation and warned people about the composition of this cure.
The founder of this church has claimed that he came to Earth to help those in suffering by selling them a miraculous treatment for autism. The so-called antidote proved to be corrosive, and it’s called “Master Mineral Solution.” The composition of this cure is very dangerous, consisting of household bleach.
Ben Mizer, a member of the US Department of Justice, argued that this church is doing major harm to those autistic people. They are selling a terribly dangerous substance which could be replaced with Clorox. Mizer also claimed that a person was already prosecuted for selling such a treatment for autism.
These unorthodox practices have begun developing four years ago. The church had first tried to implement and promote such ideas by persuading followers through online seminars. Those seminars were bound to determine members that the treatment for autism is real and that small bottles of presupposed medicine will change their lives.
Apparently, they did change the autistic persons’ lives, but not in the good sense. Humble, the founder of this business, asserted that he revealed this miraculous antidote while he was searching for minerals in the jungles of South America. He confesses that he first used this cure on a person suffering from malaria.
The bottles that contain this dangerous ingredient known as chlorine dioxide are being sold on different websites, asserting that all the collected funds will be donated to the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing. A four-ounce container is sold for $12.95, and a package of 12 bottles would cost $96.
The US Food and Drug Administration have warned consumers that the composition inside the containers has the same effects as bleach if you follow the steps that guide you how to mix the substances. Some users have already complained experiencing several side effects like vomiting, nausea, alarmingly low blood pressure.
After FDA has expressed their concerns, Humble’s answer was that a lot of other drugs approved by FDA are also poisonous.
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