Drinking bleach keeps the virus away?

There is a rumor circulating around that bleach can kill the Coronavirus!!!! Has anybody tried this? I sure hope not!

Hopefully this is not needed to be said, but please do not drink
bleach to try and prevent/treat COVID-19 (novel coronavirus).
Specifically the listed agents in the FDA “Miracle or Master Mineral
Solution, Miracle Mineral Supplement, MMS, Chlorine Dioxide (CD)
Protocol, Water Purification Solution (WPS).”

Aren’t you curious about how this myth came about? Part of it must come from
these Miracle Mineral Supplement (MMS) that the FDA mentioned; when
you mix these products with citric acid, they becomes chlorine dioxide
which is a powerful bleaching agent. These MMS are advertise as
remedies for treating multiple conditions with one of them being the
flu. Naturally, the idea of treating the flu transferred to treating
COVID-19. There are also some thoughts that conspiracy theorists came
up with this myth but I am not curious enough to dig deep into
conspiracy theories.

As always, please talk to your doctor before using medications
you read about online. If making a doctor’s appointment is a major
hassle, don’t forget you can always ask your friendly pharmacist at
your local drug store. Stay safe everyone.

https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/fda-warns-consumers-about-dangerous-and-potentially-life-threatening-side-effects-miracle-mineral

Before you go, check out this awesome and informative video of the secret life of bleach, but don’t get any crazy ideas about drinking it!

What’s your favorite household disinfectants to kill of germs? My go-to product is hot water, yeah, splash that bad boy all over the house!

2 thoughts on “Drinking bleach keeps the virus away?

  1. Thank you for great question. Because of a lime’s high acidity, it can actually neutralize some dangerous bacteria– particularly bacteria found in foods if not stored properly. That said, no evidence to support if lime will kill off viruses. Can’t deny that it’s a perfect ingredient for guacamole! 🙂

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