While it is true that having kids with autism can be a great challenge for many parents, this does not give parents the right to make their children drink something potentially lethal just to try and ‘cure’ them of the condition.
After all, autism is not even a disease that was acquired from a virus or bacteria that you can get rid of by drinking some kind of medication but cops in Britain have recently revealed that in a secret Facebook page comprised of parents whose children have autism, it is widely believed that autism is caused by ‘parasites’ in the gut!
Because they believe that there are parasites causing the autism in their children, these parents have resorted to making the kids drink a ‘special’ medication called CD which actually stands for Chlorine dioxide or known in layman’s terms as bleach. Can you believe that?
The ‘medication’ is available in tablet form which is given orally or as an enema.
It is also available in another ‘special formulation’ called MMS which stands for Miracle Mineral Solution. This ‘miracle solution’ has been peddled as the ‘cure’ for autism but this is actually quite alarming because the ‘medication’ actually consists of sodium chlorite and citric acid powder.
Once ingested, however, the ‘medication’ can cause reduced blood pressure, diarrhea, vomiting, and respiratory failure, warn the Food Standards Authority (FSA) and Medical and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
A doctor who also has autism came forward to warn parents against the dangers of the ‘miracle solution’. Dr. Jeff Foster said:
Autism is a neuro-developmental disease which is not amenable to any form of tablet treatment. It’s developed in the womb or early stages of life. You can’t just reverse it and anyone claiming that does not understand the condition. Chlorine dioxide causes abdominal cramps, vomiting and diarrhea.
If you drink it on a long-term basis it causes inflammation of your gut lining, stomach, esophagus and intestines. At some stage something pops and then you can bleed to death. Your gut will excrete whatever has just been shed from having this irritant, and that’s likely what parents are seeing come out. They might make claims the doses are so small that it’s not like giving proper industrial bleach. But no dose is safe.
What’s even more alarming is that the drug is actually readily available online or in local shops across Britain. Cops have since made arrests.
One of the primary suspects arrested by the police was identified as Danny Glass, a former drug addict who does not have any medical degree but has been touting the ‘medicine’ as the best ‘cure’ for autism.