Yeah, the same has been said about MMS.
True there is no evidence that it cures cancer or prevents kidney stones, but it does remove calcium from the arteries, and just like MMS, the dose becomes the poison.
I wouldn't run out and buy a bottle for $100 or more, but also wouldn't be so quick to condem it either. I would just wait patiently for other people to try it for various conditions and see what the verdict is from there.
Everyone who uses antiperspirant applies aluminum sulfate every day, and as far as the iron content goes, MMS is also an oxidizer, and just like MMS, Adya Clarity should be used in very small doses. (drops)
Let Food Be Your Medicine And Medicine Be Your Food.(Hippocrates)