Church claims its 'miracle potion' cures 95% of illnesses but FDA says it's just using bleach - 2019-04-20

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F19.png Church claims its 'miracle potion' cures 95% of illnesses but FDA says it's just using bleach April 20, 2019, Rod Ardehali, Daily Mail

A controversial Washington State 'church' that claims to cure 95 percent of all illnesses with a miracle solution is holding a $450-a-ticket 'healing ceremony' on Saturday - despite the FDA previously slamming the potion as nothing more than industrial bleach.

The Genesis II Church of Health and Healing, which has been wholly discredited by scientists, is asking participants for 'donations' amounting to hundreds of dollars to experience 'Chlorine Dioxide Therapy.'

Otherwise known as Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS), the snake oil treatment has been dismissed by the FDA, who have warned consumers to 'stop using it immediately and throw it away.'

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