Food Inspection Authority warns against miracle cure


The Czech Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority has warned the public about the dangers of using the Miracle Mineral Supplement which can be purchased over the internet. The supplement is presented as a miracle cure for a wide spectrum of serious illnesses ranging from AIDS to hepatitis. It promises to cleanse the blood of bacteria, viruses and fungi leaving the body regenerated. The Food Inspection authority says that tests have shown the substance to contain chemicals dangerous to health – such as those used to clean swimming pools – and taking the substance as prescribed could result in intestinal damage.