Cesium cancer therapy

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Caesium is one of the most alkaline elements on Earth. Cesium cancer therapy is based on the discoveries of Otto Warburg, who won a Nobel Prize for his findings that cancer thrives in anaerobic (low pH, or acidic) conditions. Caesium chloride raises the pH level of the body to a more alkaline state. Since cancer cells cannot survive in an alkaline environment, they die off. All cancer cells share this basic property, so caesium therapy has the potential for treating nearly every type of cancer.

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How It Works

Raising the pH level, or oxygen content, of a cell to 8.0 creates a deadly environment for cancer. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, with numbers below 7 being acidic and above 7 being alkaline. When caesium is taken up by cancer cells, it raises the pH level of the cell, and the cancer cells die. The cells that die are absorbed and eliminated by the body. Note that it is the cancer cells, not the blood serum, that rises to pH 8.0 or above. The body keeps the blood serum within a small range of pH, around 7.4.

Success Rate

A notable practitioner of caesium therapy was German physician Hans A. Nieper, M.D. Many U.S. celebrities and executives went to Germany to be treated by Dr. Nieper, including former President of the United States Ronald Reagan. Caesium therapy has been used successfully as an alternative or complementary cancer therapy in humans for cancers of the bladder, bone, brain, breast, cervix, colon, gallbladder, gastrointestinal tract, kidney, liver, lung, pancreas, prostate, ovaries, skin, stomach, testes, throat, thyroid, as well as metastasised melanoma. It has also been used successfully in animals including feline, canine and equine cancer.

Instructions and Guidelines

Caesium therapy is rather inexpensive when compared to mainstream treatments like chemotherapy and radiation. The required elements of this therapy are caesium chloride (liquid form is best), ionic potassium chloride (liquid) and DMSO cream. One of the most reputable and knowledgeable vendors of these products is Larry of Essense of Life. The following guidelines apply to the ionic liquid form of caesium chloride.

1) Take a total of 3g (3,000 mg) of caesium chloride per day, divided into two equal doses of 1.5g (1,500 mg) each. (1 tbsp of liquid caesium chloride equals 1.5g, so take 1 tbsp twice per day.)

2) Take 1200 mg of liquid ionic potassium chloride per day, divided into two equal doses of 600 mg each. Take the potassium at least one hour after the caesium chloride. If taken at the same time, the potassium can block the caesium chloride from getting into the cancer cells.

3) Several of the foods you eat every day should be high in potassium. You should get more potassium from food intake than from potassium supplement.

4) Drink plenty of water with this therapy. Drink more than half a gallon of water per day for adults over 56.7 Kilogram.

DMSO Cream

DMSO enables the caesium to be absorbed better by the body in order to get into the cancer cells. The recommended DMSO is 99.9 per cent pure DMSO mixed as follows: 70 per cent DMSO and 30 per cent distilled water or aloe. Mix the DMSO and the caesium chloride together. The dosage amount of DMSO is 1 tbsp (equal to the amount of caesium chloride per dose.) After they are mixed together, wait several minutes before applying the mixture to the skin. Do NOT mix the potassium in with this mixture. As mentioned above, the potassium should be given orally, no less than one hour after the caesium chloride. You can use a spray bottle or eye dropper to administer the DMSO and caesium mixture to the skin. SPREAD the mixture over a wide area of the skin (to avoid getting a rash.) While DMSO is non-toxic, it is a "solvent" and can be mildly dangerous to handle. It should NOT be used by pregnant women or women who might be pregnant, nor should it touch any cloth or gloves, etc.

Importance of Potassium

Caesium therapy works by raising the pH level of the body. This causes movement of potassium into cells that may result in low serum potassium values. During this therapy, potassium must be supplemented to increase the amount of serum potassium. However, if the serum potassium becomes too high, it can cause hyperkalemia. Symptoms of hyperkalemia include tingling extremities, muscle weakness and temporary paralysis. The most serious effect of hyperkalemia is abnormal heart rhythm (cardiac arrhythmia), which can lead to cardiac arrest. Symptoms of hypokalemia (too little potassium) include fatigue, muscle weakness and cramps, and intestinal paralysis, which may lead to bloating, constipation, and abdominal pain. Severe hypokalemia can also lead to abnormal heart rhythm. It is imperative that potassium always be given as part of caesium therapy. It is also important to monitor the potassium level in the blood, and watch for the signs mentioned above that may indicate potassium is too high or too low.

Warning

Caesium therapy has been used successfully in many cases. However, this therapy can be dangerous, even fatal, if not administered properly. It is best to find an alternative health practitioner to administer this treatment. If one is not available, it is vital that a person fully understands how to administer the therapy, keeps accurate records of the amounts administered and closely monitors the patient's condition. It is imperative that potassium always be given as part of caesium therapy. Failure to do so could result in death.

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