"It is also best to have just info health sites separate from the product sales sites. Thre are so many FTC and FDA laws to adhere to."
It's not worth having a knock on your door from the feds, imo. If someone leaves the bottle open and it spills out and dries, you could have a liability issue. If (Heaven forbid) a child gets the bottle open and squirts it in their eyes, you're going to hear about it.
And (most likely) when some putz like biosafe alerts the US Federal gov't. agencies about a PERCENTAGE discrepancy in solution concentration laws, there could be "examples made" of everyone selling Miracle-Mineral-Supplement in a 28% solution.
As Miracle-Mineral-Supplement gets better known, more and more people are going to try it without really understanding how to use it. This is bound to lead to mistakes in handling and accidents at home.
At 10 or 20 bucks a bottle, it would take a lot of bottles of Miracle-Mineral-Supplement to pay a legal fee in US federal court. (federal because you'd be selling across state lines and the post office is involved)
Not trying to burst your bubble....just thinking through it.