MMS on eBay

If you remember back to the days of old – when Bleachgate was young and so was I… well, when I was younger than I am now…

One of the early victories of the Bleachgate campaign was eBay removing all the Miracle Mineral Solution items from it’s website. This came after the FSA’s warning.

Well, it’s not lasted as long as we might have hoped.


are some of the items currently on eBay.

This is a bad thing, especially when you see that some people have bought them.

So, my request to you is to report these items to eBay under the

“Prohibited (banned) items” – “Other prohibited (banned) items” – “Prohibited foods” sub-subsection.

This may seem a rather odd choice.

But cast your minds back to the Food Standards Agency warning. Because it is advertised as a supplement, then it is classified as a food, which is why the FSA were able to rule and warn against it.

When you report it, please refer them to the Food Standards Agency warning too, which you can find here:

Your help would be much appreciated!

Published by Rhys

Computer Science graduate, from Oxford Brookes University. Originally from Cardiff.

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  1. WOW, you people are all wack jobs! Have you ever used MMS. I’ve brushed my teeth with it every day for the last 3 years. My breath smells great all day and my dentist says that he has never seen cleaner teeth or healthier gums. Why are you attacking this product?

  2. Hmms…..HUMBLE reaction there cowboy….and good to know it doesnt dissolve ivory
    Thanks for that.

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