There has been quite a bit of debate going around the
internet and the medical world as of late regarding a man named Jim Humble. The question that people tend to ask is
whether he is a miracle worker or a madman. One thing to note is that Jim Humble does not claim to have the miracle
cure for any disease, but he is willing to help those dealing with infections or other illnesses.
In short, Jim Humble is a visionary that attempts to market
a product known as MMS, or the Miracle Mineral Solution.
It is not a miracle, though it is some rather amazing
science. Chlorine Dioxide, while it might sound a bit dangerous, is in fact quite helpful to your own body. It will
destroy pathogens and generally help you to live a better life. It is known that Jim Humble did not invent chlorine
dioxide or the MMS compound, but he did refine it, and he did create a better delivery
system. There are three major items that you
need to know about Jim Humble before you attempt to use his product:
- Jim Humble is not a doctor or a
- He is not a good writer
- He has never given up on attempting to spread his
These are three very interesting points regarding a man who
in August of 2007 developed the MMS supplement and helped individuals around the world to free themselves of
various ailments that were affecting their quality of life. It should also be noted that in spite of various
instances of persecution and even the threat of jailtime, he has continued to spread the word about
The question however is whether or not MMS is actually
helpful.The majority of users have established that
while the concept is around eighty years old, the way in which Jim Humble delivers it is indeed helpful and
it has served to change their lives for the better. It should also be taken into account that Jim Humble has written several books on the
subject of chlorine dioxide & how this compound works within the body, and he did not sell MMS himself
for a period of ten years. He did receive loyalties on his books which he used to further the research into
the compound. In other words he never saw a single cent in relation to his work, which means he clearly isn't
in this for the money.
Is there an ulterior motive? It's hard to say, but as
of right now, it would appear the Jim
Humble truly wants to help people, and it may very well be in your best interest to give him a chance if
you feel that his product can help you.