I came across your website today, and read some of the things about your products. I am curious about trying out some of your herbal products that would benefit me, mentally, physically and
spiritually. I have been checking out numerous of different websites reading, and comparing information about what they can offer, or able to help others. Honestly, I donâ€™t know
who is telling the truth about their product. Last year, I purchased this Miracle Mineral Solution online that a friend of mine referred me to. He told me that MMS cures over hundreds of different
diseases. The product was ineffective, and I didnâ€™t see any results from it. Iâ€™m starting to believe that a lot of companies who are promoting this
â€œcureâ€ on the web is a hoax. I want to know how is it possible that FDA allow websites like yours, and others who are promoting â€œcureâ€
for diseases in the US? Iâ€™m sure there is a cure for all diseases. If I decide to buy your product(s) and it doesnâ€™t work, Is it guarantee that I can get a
Answer by Dherbs
Skepticism only leads to being more skeptical. Healing too, like religion, requires faith (that one can and will heal). In re my website, I promise no cures as only God and the human body (of the
individual) can cure. I can only assist in helping one to heal. Healing is wholistic, and involves the mind-body-spirit and the most important aspect of healing is the mental aspect for all disease
begins in the mind just as all healing does.
The FDA cannot interfere with natural healing as long as individuals do not use misleading terms and phrases, e.g. curing disease, treating disease, diagnosing disease, etc.
I offer no refunds because of knowing how many people’s feeble mind prevents them from healing coupled by them not doing everything that is required to heal and who if they decide to quit won’t
hesitate asking for a refund and then I end up the loser in the end because of someone with a loser (and quitter) mentality.