The husband of a woman who died hours after drinking the liquid supplement Miracle Mineral Solution in 2009 believes the supplement caused her death, according a recent ABC News article and on ABC's 20/20 in October 2016. His wife experienced diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting approximately 15 minutes after taking the supplement, and hours later lost consciousness and passed away. The cause of her death was ruled as "unascertained."
The FDA warned consumers in 2010 not to use Miracle Mineral Solution, which contains sodium chlorite and, when used as directed, produces an industrial bleach that can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and symptoms of severe dehydration. Miracle Mineral Solution has been promoted as a "miracle cure" for a variety of diseases and conditions such as cancer, AIDS, malaria, autism, hepatitis, Lyme disease, asthma and the common cold.
The couple bought the supplement while sailing near the Vanuatu islands, located between Australia and Fiji; however, the supplement appears to be available for sale in the U.S. through at least one website.
In 2015, the operator of a business called "Project GreenLife" was for selling Miracle Mineral Supplement in the U.S.
See Related Warnings:
FDA Warns Against "Miracle" Mineral Supplement
Marketer Prohibited From Promoting Mineral "Cure" For Autism
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