Parents Are Forcing Their Kids To Drink Bleach To ‘Cure’ Autism

March 5, 2018
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A Small Cult in the U.S. is Being Accused of Promoting the Dangerous ‘Cure’

This heading is absolutely horrifying, but it’s true.

Police forces across the UK are currently investigating families who are using a dangerous compound to “cure” autism in their children.

MMS, or miracle mineral supplement, is a solution that is used as a bleaching agent when mixed with water.

Desperate parents in the UK have been flocking to secret Facebook groups to learn more about this faux cure, and they’re giving it to their kids in the hopes that it will cure them of autism or prevent them from “getting” autism.

The group behind this disgusting “cure” is Genesis II Church, and it operates right here in the U.S.

They claim that MMS can cure cancer, Parkinsons, and a host of other ailments too.

It’s basically a cult, that is led by former Scientologist Jim Humble.

The website for MMS is packed with “testimonials” from people who claim that Miracle Mineral Supplement has cured them of everything from malaria to breast cancer, and touts the “healing power of water” as the alternative cure-all for whatever ails you.

And now, parents are feeding this dangerous chemical to their own kids.

The USDA has issued a warning about the product, and it is already banned in Canada…

Absolutely no scientific evidence to back up the claims

Leaders of Genesis II claim that autism is caused by pathogens and parasites and MMS, being an industrial strength bleaching agent, kills pathogens and parasites.

The group says that ingesting the compound will rid the body of the infecting agents, thus curing the person of autism.

The treatment consists of two chemicals, sodium chlorite and hydrochloric acid.

These ingredients, when mixed together, make bleach. It can be taken orally in capsule form, or as an enema. But authorities say that some parents were encouraged to put up to 27 drops into their baby’s bottle everyday.

The group behind the scam told parents it would “purge” their baby’s bodies.

There has been one death linked to MMS

The British Food Standards Authority now warns that ingesting the compound can cause a host of dangerous health problems. Vomiting, diarrhea, gut damage, and respiratory failure are all possible side effects of drinking the solution. There is one confirmed death from MMS, and countless users have reported serious health affects.

But, the group behind it continues with it’s mission.

They even have some “helpful” information on who can be trusted as an MMS supplier. They also link to their own supply page, where you can purchase the treatment protocol and have it shipped to your home.

Potentially deadly consequences

Dr. Jeff Foster says people using the substance are playing a very dangerous game. First, there is absolutely no evidence backing the claims made by Genesis II. Furthermore, everything we know about autism flies in the face of the absurd arguments they make for this poisonous concoction.

Just read MMS is being given by parents thinking it will cure Autism. Come on , are these parents so uneducated around their child’s condition. Autism is not cured. We learn how to manage our lil ones n help them by understanding. Not some bleach agent. Unreal #autismawareness

— sharon scrase (@SharonScrase) January 28, 2018

Dr. Foster also told British tabloid Sunday People, “Autism is a neurodevelopmental disease which is not amenable to any form of tablet treatment. It’s developed in the womb or early stages of life. You can’t just reverse it, and anyone claiming that does not understand the condition.”

He continued, “When you have very extreme measures like this to ‘cure’ a condition, it’s just a roulette game. Eventually someone will die. It’s only a matter of time.”

What parents of kids with autism need is research, support, and education.

This is in fact a potentially deadly “cure” for their children. Sadly, some parents are so desperate that they would try anything to make their kids “normal.”

It’s incredibly sad that those parents feel this is an option, and incredibly infuriating that there are people who prey on those parents and their unwitting kids.

What do you think about this “miracle cure”?

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