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Old 18-07-2011, 08:16 AM
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Lightbulb Liquid Cesium Chloride / DMSO

Liquid Cesium Chloride is one of the most alkaline elements and is used to raise the pH levels of cancer cells to 8.0 or greater. Otto Warburg won a Nobel prize for showing that cancer thrives in anaerobic (without oxygen), or acidic, conditions. Research by Keith Brewer, PhD and H.E. Sartori has shown that raising the pH, or oxygen content, range of a cell to 8.0 creates a deadly environment for cancer. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, with numbers below 7 representing an acidic condition and above 7 representing an alkaline, or oxygenated, condition. When liquid cesium chloride is taken up by cancer cells, it raises the pH, or oxygen content, of the cell. The cells that die are absorbed and eliminated by the body.
The Liquid Cesium Chloride Protocol
(Liquid Cesium Chloride + DMSO) directly targets cancer cells, and is not injested by normal cells. Liquid Cesium Chloride immediately stops the metastasis of the cancer, can start shriking tumor masses within weeks, and almost always stops the pain of cancer within 24-48 hours. It is the most effective treatment for bone / brain cancers and other fast growing cancers.

Liquid Cesium Chloride is nearly always administered with DMSO. DMSO is a super-solvent. It binds to water (which makes up around 65% of the body) better than water does, giving DMSO the ability to penetrate every single cell of the body, so whatever its other effects may be, they will be spread systemically through the entire body. Whatever is administered with DMSO tends to bind with the DMSO and is carried to the inside of cells along with DMSO. If cytotoxic drugs are given to fight a cancer, or in this case Cesium Chloride, they are more effective when given with DMSO to escort them to the inside of cancer cells. DMSO also relieves the pain of cancer and, by being a free radical scavenger, reduces the side effects of radiation therapy. Animal studies show that DMSO, by itself, inhibits the growth of breast, colon and bladder cancer, as well as leukemia, in animals.

The Liquid Cesium Chloride Protocol can be self-administered at home under the telephone guidance of an experienced professional and is normally applied to the skin externally in a localized area (such as the abdomen) using a spray bottle. DMSO is sulfur-based and has a pungent sulfur smell that will be noticed by others when applied to the skin.

Telephone Support

As the Liquid Cesium Chloride/DSMO protocol can be self-administered at home under the guidance of of an experienced telephone professional, it is important to be comfortable that you will receive on-going, consistent, and immediate support when you need it during your treatment.

We referred a few patients to one such recommended vendor, Dr Darrel Wolfe PhD, of the Wolfe Clinic. The feedback we received from these patients was poor. Dr Wolfe was so busy (with an overwhelming number of other patients), that it was very difficult for these patients to discuss side effects or on-going complications with him at the time they needed. One patient had to wait nearly a week before Dr Wolfe was available. This lack of support can be very dangerous and put the patient at risk.

Other professional telephone support can be obtained from www.nutrition2000.com and www.essense-of-life.com, however we strongly recommend you discuss the subject of immediate and on-going support during your treatment.

Liquid Cesium Chloride Side Effects


There are many side effects of Liquid Cesium Chloride including inflammation, swelling and pain, muscle cramps, feet turning purple or feeling frost bite when you have taken too much liquid cesium chloride, your finger tips feeling like needles and pins, or a tingly prickly feeling in your hands or on your face, nausea and vomiting (if you have taken cesium internally - note liquid cesium chloride should always be applied eternally to the skin), itchiness, dry skin, frequently wanting to urinate, cramping, and dark dried blood in the urine (the last being a good sign) as the kidneys are expelling dead tissue.

Visit http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer/Alkaline.html for a complete overview of these side effects and the Liquid Cesium Chloride / DMSO protocol.

The following is an extract from the American Cancer Society on Liquid Cesium Chloride and possible complications:
"In a case report from 1984, one person described his own experiences after taking cesium chloride for 36 days. He took 3 grams of cesium chloride dissolved in fluid after his morning and evening meals, which consisted of an alternative dietary regimen. He describes an “initial general feeling of well-being and heightened sense perception,” as well as nausea, diarrhea, and tingling of his lips, hands, and feet. This case report is very different from a clinical trial involving many patients and is not helpful in deciding on a safe dose of cesium. Another person, who may be younger, older, smaller, or less healthy than this individual may not do well with this dose. In fact, several recent case reports have described serious side effect in people with cancer taking similar doses, including life-threatening problems with heart rhythm, seizures, loss of consciousness, and electrolyte (blood chemistry) imbalances in patients who were taking cesium. Full information on the acute and chronic toxicity of this substance is not fully known. Consuming large amounts of cesium could result in nausea, diarrhea, disturbed heart rhythm, loss of consciousness, or even death. Based on results of animal studies, women who are pregnant or breast-feeding should avoid taking cesium chloride supplements. Relying on this type of treatment alone, and avoiding conventional medical care, may also have serious health consequences."

The purpose of Liquid Cesium Chloride is to make the body's cells alkaline, to a pH level of 8.0 or greater, to prevent further cell mutation and to reduce tumor mass. If you are not happy with the potential side effects of Liquid Cesium Chloride, a safer and just as effective alternative is Pleo-Sanuvis (Dextrarotatory Lactic Acid). There are no side effects with this substance.

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