People drink bleach – level 3

09-02-2023 07:00

Miracle Mineral Solution, or MMS, has been around since the 1990s. The chemical is one part sodium chloride, a chemical disinfectant, and one part acid. MMS is industrial grade bleach that smells like a very chlorinated swimming pool.

The chemical shot in popularity in 2020 after former US president Donald Trump suggested disinfectant as a possible COVID treatment. If you drink MMS, it can kill you; however, this fact didn’t stop tens of thousands of people around the world from using it to cure all kinds of conditions, including Autism, COVID-19, and arthritis.

According to toxicologists, MMS kills bacteria and germs, and it kills human tissue, too. A survey showed that 6% of respondents reported they inhaled bleach vapors, and 4% reported they drank or gargled it.

In 2020, federal officials arrested some of the biggest sellers of MMS, but consumer bleach is still for sale on mainstream shopping sites like Amazon and eBay.

Difficult words: disinfectant (a chemical liquid that destroys bacteria), gargle (to hold and rinse a liquid in the mouth or throat), vapor (a substance in the form of gas that mixes with the air).

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