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Ohio State University 1981 study on Chlorine Dioxide use in humans can be found at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1569027/pdf/envhper00463-0059.pdf
My wife has suffered for years from Rosacea, which she took a prescription medication for, and reflux. A few years ago she had a fungal infection on her feet that her doctor told her could be treated with a drug that could likely damage her liver or she could suffer from the fungus. We learned about chlorine dioxide and began using MMS on a daily basis. Within a week the fungus was gone as was the Rosacea. To test the effectiveness of MMS on her reflux, she ate a bowl of ice cream one evening before going to bed. She took a dose of MMS and slept peacefully throughout the night. Prior to MMS, she would have been up all night suffering from the reflux. Not only do we have our own use of MMS as a testimonial to its effectiveness, but prior to beginning to use it, I did some research and found a study from Ohio State University in 1981 regarding the oral consumption of Chlorine Dioxide in humans. The results can be found at this site: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1569027/pdf/envhper00463-0059.pdfChlorine Dioxide has been used for water treatment on a large scale worldwide since 1956 and first used in 1944. It is also approved by the FDA in food treatment. It is interesting that the FDA has no restrictions regarding the sale of Sodium Chlorite. A Google search for Sodium Chlorite suppliers generates over 85,000 results including chemical giant DuPont. Why does the FDA come down hard on a company that sells an FDA approved product? Perhaps it could be that at about $25.00 per year per user it cuts into the big pharmacy companies´ profits.
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