Videos

Feel free to peruse the short you tube videos below...

Below you will see the Red Cross actively participating in a Malaria program in Uganda just recently - unfortunately after the program was complete & virtually ALL who were treated for the parasite were malaria free - the Red Cross distanced themselves entirely (going on to say that they were never even there!). Anyways, on a positive note it is an amazing thing to see just how effective the chlorine dioxide compound is against this deadly parasite But equally a sad thing also  considering that literally millions still die of this disease yearly!

 

The long time advocate for the MMS products Adam Abraham speaks about a documentary he recently created regarding the chlorine dioxide based products. Adam is a public person, & runs his own radio station - featuring many well known guests over the years.  Adam has advocated the use of the chlorine dioxide based products for quite some time now, & has even spent some time with the founder Jim Humble in Mexico at times in the past to get a first hand experience of what this product is about  & how it is best used on the field. An interesting watch...

 

Jim Humble below gives his first ever video with project Camelot that kicked of the whole MMS movement. Jim was in fact on a mining expedition deep in the forests of South America with some engineers from a company he was working for at the time. Within days 3 of the team members come down with a deadly form of Malaria - with little hope of getting any outside help due to their isolation. So without thinking too much about it Jim took out dome of his sodium chlorite (liquid oxygen) & added it to the drinking water to make it potable (drinkable) for the stricken engineers. Within hours of administering the mixture all three of them men were doing MUCH better - so much better in fact that Jim promised to himself that upon his return to the USA he would look more deeply into what was behind this sudden turn around. Learn more about the man who began the movement!