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?Church? claims bleach is coronavirus-curing ?sacrament,? faces wrath of FDA

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A federal court has ordered the "Genesis II Church of Health and Healing" to stop distributing a bleach product that Genesis claims is a cure for COVID-19 and many other health problems.The US government sued Genesis on Thursday, alleging that it violated the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act with labeling for its so-called Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS), also known as Master Mineral Solution. "Let's prove to the world that the G2Church Sacraments work to cleanse the body of DISEASE and that Jim Humble made an incredible formula to truly 'create a world without disease,'" Grenon wrote.The FDA in August 2019 warned consumers to avoid MMS, saying it has "dangerous and potentially life-threatening side effects." The FDA at the time said it had "received new reports of people experiencing severe vomiting, severe diarrhea, life-threatening low blood pressure caused by dehydration and acute liver failure after drinking these products."After receiving a warning letter from the FDA on April 8, Genesis issued a response claiming that "our Sacraments are not dangerous or life threatening in any way [as] evidenced by the approval by your FDA and EPA in many applications!"The FDA said last week that it "has not approved Genesis' product for any use, despite the defendants' claims that these products can be used to cure, mitigate, treat or prevent diseases such as COVID-19, Alzheimer's, autism, brain cancer, multiple sclerosis and HIV/AIDS.""Don't try to tell me there is an emergency situation in our nation that justifies this action!" Genesis' response to the FDA said. "There can't be an emergency that can make a command of God null and void especially one in regard to the free exercise of our Church!" Genesis also claimed it isn't selling MMS because it distributes the product in exchange for "donations."The FDA said last week that Genesis' response to the warning letter "made clear that they had no intention of taking corrective action and would continue to sell MMS in violation of the law."You must login or create an account to comment.Join the Ars Orbital Transmission mailing list to get weekly updates delivered to your inbox.

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