The FDA has put out a warning saying the Mineral Miracle Solution is the same as bleach. This is extremely concerning since folks are drinking this solution that may harbor potentially life-threatening side effects. The FDA has received reports of adverse effects from the solution ranging from severe vomiting, diarrhea, and dehydration to life-threatening conditions like low blood pressure and acute liver failure.
Mineral Miracle Solution – Too Good To Be True
As the old saying goes, if something seems too good to be true, it probably is. Just because the name contains ‘miracle’ and ‘solution’ doesn’t mean it’s safe. People are being misled by the product’s name and false marketing claims that mixing the solution causes it to become an antimicrobial, antiviral and antibacterial liquid. Independent online distributors and social media users are raving about the product as a kind of cure-all touting it as a remedy for autism, HIV, hepatitis, the flu, and even cancer.
What’s In The Bottle?
Websites selling the product say it contains 28% sodium chlorite in distilled water. Consumers are then instructed to mix this liquid with citric acid like lemon or lime juice to activate the product – some are even sold with a citric acid activator. The problem with this is that when you mix these ingredients together they turn into chlorine dioxide. Chlorine dioxide is a powerful bleaching agent and should NEVER be swallowed.
So, this is obviously very serious. What’s worse, some of the online distributors promote dangerous and incorrect health advice saying vomiting and diarrhea are common and actually indicate the product is working properly. Please DO NOT believe this false advertising – your health depends on it. So, watch out for this product, which can be sold under other names including:
- Master Mineral Solution
- Miracle Mineral Supplement
- Chlorine Dioxide Protocol
- Water Purification Solution
The main takeaway here is to obviously avoid Miracle Mineral Solution, but also make sure to do your research – especially on any self-proclaimed ‘miracle’ or ‘cure’. The FDA has not seen any scientific evidence to support the health claims of Miracle Mineral Solution but has seen contrary results. Please speak with your doctor for medical advice and to treat health issues. If you decide to treat yourself, you may delay safe and effective medical treatment.