I want to review a potent, fast-acting treatment that – in my opinion – every cancer patient should know about as one of the options to consider.
The treatment is cesium chloride. You do need a doctor for this, it’s not a do-it-yourselfer. But from what we can learn, it’s such a powerful therapy, it’s one of the top reasons for seeking the help of an alternative or integrative practitioner instead of going it alone or trying to talk your conventional doctor into working with you.
It’s essential to find the highest quality brand and work with trained practitioners. But if you’re willing to do that, you’ll find cesium not only kills cancer cells, it also stops cancer metastasis and is known to shrink tumor masses – within weeks. Here’s the full story. . .
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Why this mineral means quick death for cancer cells
Cesium therapy is intended for advanced, fast-growing cancers that have spread significantly or have high fatality rates.
Advocates of cesium therapy believe cesium chloride supplements can raise the pH level of tumor cells to a normal level, as they believe the pH levels inside tumor cells tend to be low, or acidic (a cell’s pH is a measure of how acidic or basic it is). By raising the pH level of tumor cells, cesium slows or stops their growth.
Interest in cesium as a cancer therapy first surfaced when it was reported that certain regions of the world had extremely low rates of some types of cancer. These same areas also had a high concentration of alkali metals in their soil.
The areas studied include the homelands of the Hopi Indians of Arizona, the Hunza people of North Pakistan, and the indigenous peoples of Central and South America.
One reason those groups appear to be protected from cancer is the mineral cesium. Not only is it a naturally alkaline element, but cesium is also believed by some to be a natural chemotherapy agent. Its benefits are vastly underappreciated, which is why there’s a good chance you won’t find it in your standard multivitamin.
Scientists believe cesium affects cancer in four different ways.
- It changes the pH level of cancer cells – and leaves the pH of healthy cells untouched. In fact, cesium appears to boost cancer pH levels above 7.5, which is a crucial cutoff point for healthy tissues – meaning the cancer cells die. (A pH of less than 7 is acidic; more than 7 is alkaline.)
- Cesium starves cancer cells – because it limits your body’s uptake of glucose, which cancer cells rely on for sustenance. Without glucose, they end up starving to death.
- It stops the process of fermentation, the means by which cancer cells metabolize glucose.
- It neutralizes the lactic acid that is associated with the uncontrolled multiplying of cancer cells.
In short, cesium chloride addresses what many consider the very nature of cancer cells — acidity. Cancer cells have lower pH levels because of the lactic acid produced by fermentation. Fermentation (converting glucose) is the primitive way a cancer cell sustains itself. So in terms of stopping the spread of cancer, cesium is one of the best bets out there.
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alternative therapies available
There were some studies conducted back in the 1980s that showed cesium or cesium chloride therapy led to decreased tumor growth in mice with cancerous tumors, including sarcoma and breast cancer. On the flip side, other animal studies have shown long-term use of cesium can lead to serious blood and neuromuscular side effects – sometimes, even death.
In addition, the risks of cesium use include swelling and inflammation that occur when your immune system attacks dying cancer cells. And long-term use can cause abnormally high levels of cesium in your blood, which may lead to an abnormal heart rhythm. For these reasons, I emphasize the importance of taking cesium only under the guidance of a trained practitioner.
Earlier this year, a woman in Colorado died due to abnormally high cesium levels. She had been taking the supplement orally for a year to treat a breast lump, and the night before she collapsed with a heart attack, her husband had given her an injection of cesium chloride.
I only share this as proof that supplements and alternative treatments are powerful tools in the quest for health. That’s why many of them are just as effective as any man-made drug. But at the same time, they must be used carefully.
Use this therapy with caution
You won’t be surprised to learn that mainstream medicine doesn’t accept cesium therapy as a reliable treatment. They’re waiting on more clinical evidence, and they believe it is simply a coincidence that those areas with low cancer rates also had high cesium levels. You may have heard that the Hunza people of Pakistan consume apricot pits, which are high in laetrile. So cesium would not be the only factor in their success at avoiding cancer.
Still, it’s worth looking into, as long as you’re clear it’s not a do-it-yourself treatment. Seek help from a doctor professionally trained in alternative methods. And be aware that not every alternative cancer doctor offers cesium therapy. The doctors we’ve interviewed (and we’ve interviewed a great many) all employ a wide range of treatments; they don’t rely on just one. Finally – one more thing — I’ve read that cesium can lower potassium levels, so ask to be monitored and take supplements if needed.
Be alert to side effects, which include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and sometimes tingling or unusual sensations around the mouth or in your fingertips.
You can get cesium chloride as an oral supplement or in liquid form from most stores that sell dietary supplements.
Meanwhile, if you DON’T have cancer and you want to keep it that way – or if you’ve got it and you want another powerful tool in your cancer-killing kit – our last issue talked about an overlooked vitamin you should be taking. If you missed the article, you can read it here. . .
Lee Euler, Publisher