Since Jim Humble released his book The Miracle Mineral Supplement of the 21st  Century, many people have been questioning if it is all a scam.

I can see why this is for many reasons. Turn on your TV if you want a prime example of why people should doubt just about anything. Many times a day chances are you will see ads for some miracle product that will make your life so much better by buying.

We both know these products are often garbage created to prey on people’s needs and wants. Same goes with diets pills, acne creams and just about anything else under the sun. Jim Humble released his book in his own words…

“My purpose for writing this book is that this information is far too important to allow any one person or one group or even several groups to have control.”

In fact he put a condition on the copyright if something were to happen to him, his book would become public domain, fearing some would want to silence him.

Still the question is, is MMS and Jim Humble a fraud? My answer would be no, but that’s my opinion and you should make that determination for yourself, but only after reading up on what MMS is and how it works.

There are many out there that scream snake oil salesman, this is unjust considering he does not produce or sell MMS that I have ever seen. He released information on what he thought could be a great benefit to humanity.

Every interview and article on Jim has shown that is a great human being and not in it for the money. In his book he states how the poor of the world can not afford medical care (if it were available) and how many would have died without the use of MMS, Here is a quote takes from the first few pages of the book that demonstrates his desire to help the helpless.

“This has been proven through clinical trials in Malawi, a country in eastern Africa.  In killing the malaria parasite in the body, there was not a single failure. More than 75,000 malaria
victims have taken the Miracle Mineral Supplement and are now back to work and living productive lives.”

So after all my personal research (note I am not a doctor or ever claim to be), I feel Jim Humble is about as close to the real deal you will ever get. Can MMS cure or treat everything, doubtful, but can it help many people I really believe it can. I feel everyone should have the freedom to make the choice and not some 3 letter organization pretending to have your best interest in mind. You do the leg work and decide for your self don’t let someone on the Internet to make it for you, I’m not certainly not going to tell anyone what to believe, but I believe myself and that is all that should matter to anyone.