Florida men charged for selling bleach as Miracle Mineral Solution for coronavirus cure

Federal charges have been imposed on a Florida family which came up with a so-called coronavirus miracle cure that is nothing but a concoction used as an industrial bleach.

According to a criminal complaint, the product was named Miracle Mineral Solution by Mark Grenon, 62, and his three sons, who were accused of marketing and selling this product through the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing in Bradenton.

This is not accepted by the Food and Drug Administration as the toxic solution which is also known as MMS, pushed by the Grenon family is typically used to treat industrial water, textiles, pulp, and paper.

Thus, FDA has looked into this matter and come to the conclusion that ingesting the solution can cause dehydration and vomiting and hence has not approved the solution for any health-related use.

Florida men charged for selling bleach as Miracle Mineral Solution for coronavirus cure
Florida men charged for selling bleach as Miracle Mineral Solution for coronavirus cure

According to the complaint, the Grenon family just didn’t hook themselves to the Covid-19 disease but have also made it a point to market this bleaching agent as a cure for many other serious health diseases including AIDS, autism, and cancer.

Earlier in April, Genesis II Church of Health and Healing was ordered by a Miami federal judge to stop selling MMS. Upon receiving this order too, the Grenon’s didn’t stop and ignored the ruling, continuing with marketing their product.

Additionally, an email was also sent by Mark Grenon to the US District Judge Kathleen Williams stating that no participation from the Grenon’s will be seen in the unconstitutional orders, summons, etc.

He later added that they don’t possess any authority over the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing.

Following this, the father and his three sons namely, Jonathan Grenon, 34, Jordan Grenon, 26, and Joseph Grenon, 32, were then charged with conspiracy to violate the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and to defraud the United States and criminal contempt.




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