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If this mineral is in your soil you might be cancer-free

By Lee Euler / August 30, 2017

Ever heard of a cancer-free community?

I’ll name three right now: the Hopi Indians in Arizona, the Hunza people in North Pakistan, and indigenous peoples in Central and South America.1 What do they have in common?

Well, quite a few things – a preindustrial environment free of chemicals, and a healthy diet of unprocessed foods. But there’s also a mineral in their soil that some experts think is a major factor in keeping them cancer-free. And research confirms that this mineral does indeed reverse cancer.

Keep reading to find out how you, too, can benefit from this cancer-killer.

Continued below. . .

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In these three cancer-free communities, the dirt is full of a soft, silvery-gold metal called cesium (pronounced SEEZ-ee-yum).

Cesium is an alkali metal that’s stable in its natural form. (Its radioactive form is used in radiation therapy.) Cesium chloride, a non-radioactive salt, is used as an alternative treatment, also known as high pH therapy (i.e. highly alkaline therapy).

Used properly, cesium destroys cancer cells.

Are you acid or alkaline?

Cancer cells are anaerobic, meaning they burn glucose instead of oxygen for energy. As the glucose ferments, it creates lactic acid as a byproduct.

Your body is naturally alkaline – about 7.4 on the pH scale of 0 (acidic) to 14 (alkaline). Lactic acid lowers cellular pH level into the range of 5.7 to 7.3.

If you’ve done much reading on alternative cancer treatments, you know that many advocates believe high acidity is a cause of cancer. They say that the lower your pH level, the worse your health.

According to this theory, being too acidic destroys your cells’ ability to control their division processes. Which means cancer cells have the ability to multiply unchecked.

To make matters worse, your liver converts the lactic acid – produced by cancer cells — back into glucose, allowing the cycle to spin out of control very quickly.2

In short when your body gets acidic, normal cellular activity goes haywire and this results in cancer.

Cesium halts this cycle of death in four ways:

First, it raises the pH level of cancer cells.3

Alkaline conditions help stop your cancer cells from reproducing, effectively killing them.4 Above a 7.5 pH level, cancer cells start to die.5 Following this line of thinking, many alternative cancer therapies seek to make the body more alkaline and (same thing) less acidic. Cesium is one of the strategies used to raise cancer cells’ pH all the way up into the 8 range! But cesium is harmless to healthy cells when administered by a competent doctor.

Secondly, it starves cancer cells.6

As mentioned above, cancer cells prefer glucose for food. Cesium prevents your body from absorbing glucose,7 effectively starving cancer cells to death.8

Thirdly, it stops the fermentation process, the cancer cell’s method of metabolizing food into energy.

This effectively stops cancer cells from feeding on glucose.

Lastly, it neutralizes the lactic acid…

According to advocates of the acid/alkaline theory, this helps stop uncontrolled multiplication of cancer cells.

In addition to all this, the reports seem to be pretty reliable that cesium relieves the terrible pain cancer can cause.

Sends cancer pain packing…

Research shows that cesium reduces your risk of breast, colon, pancreas, lung, pelvis, gallbladder, and prostate cancers, as well as lymphoma.9

Most recent studies look at its effect on prostate cancer.

A study published this year in the International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology and Physics shows that cesium not only helps men recover from prostate cancer, but also helps them stay healthy.10

In another study, published in Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology, prostate cancer tumors in mice were treated with cesium for 30 days straight. At the end of the study, the mice receiving the cesium had smaller tumors.11

In 2016, researcher Enrique A. Daza and his colleagues published a study in the American Chemical Society’s publication Applied Materials and Interfaces. It showed that cesium ‘significantly’ blocked glucose. Without glucose, cancer cells died and tumors shrank.12

These recent studies confirm cesium’s power in the fight against cancer.

However, the most famous and comprehensive study is still Dr. H. E. Sartori’s cesium cancer therapy program from April 1981 at Life Sciences Universal Medical Clinics in Rockville, MD.13

This study is old, but its success seems to be well attested. I would be more comfortable if there were confirming studies. No one has performed such a thorough cesium study since.

Dr. Sartori treated 50 terminal cancer patients with two grams of cesium chloride (CsCl) three times per day after meals, along with vitamins A and C, and zinc.

All of his patients were free of pain within three days. And half of them survived their cancer – despite being considered terminal at the start of the study.14

While 50 percent may not seem like a great survival rate, it’s important to remember that mainstream medicine had failed all of these patients. They were considered hopeless.

Given that, in general, cesium is only used in advanced cancer cases, a 50 percent remission rate is amazing – assuming Dr. Sartori’s results hold up.

Many people today consider cesium to be a last-ditch therapy, after conventional treatments fail them and they’ve been told to get their affairs in order. By then, they may need three to six grams three times daily to recover.

Beware! This is not a DIY therapy

Unlike some other recommended cancer treatments, please do not self-treat with cesium. It’s a complex treatment.

Cesium is effective against cancer, but done incorrectly it can be toxic.15

You need professional advice and monitoring. Be prepared to find an alternative doctor who knows the cesium protocol. And make sure you and your doctor keep a close eye on these potentially dangerous side effects:

  • Low potassium – your doctor should monitor your potassium level every two to three weeks and give you supplements as needed.16
  • Toxic build-up in your liver17 – cesium poisoning hits your liver first, so liver toxicity is usually the first clue that the poison is spreading.18 For liver protection, talk with your doctor about taking a high-quality milk thistle supplement.
  • Abnormal heart rhythm.19,20 This is usually linked to low potassium, not the cesium itself.
  • Diarrhea.21

The process of killing tumor cells and ousting dead cells may cause a detox reaction. This happens with many alternative treatments that bring on a sudden, fast die-off of cancer cells. You may experience headaches, nausea, skin rashes, or flu-like symptoms. This is unpleasant, but normal. If you’re under the supervision of a competent doctor it should not be a problem.

Cesium appears to be more effective and less dangerous when you take it with vitamins A and C, zinc, selenium, potassium, and magnesium. Not to mention combining it with a healthy, high-nutrient, low-carb diet.22

We’ve interviewed many, many alternative cancer doctors over the past 12 years, and I don’t remember any of them mentioning this therapy. That’s not to say none of them use it, but apparently they didn’t think it important enough to bring up – which suggests to me it’s not a first-line cancer treatment.

The recent studies I mentioned above, involving prostate cancer in mice and men, both mention tumor shrinkage, which is not the same as a cure. So my advice would be to keep your expectations modest if you decide to seek out this treatment. It’s just one of many alternative cancer treatments.

In this job I get a lot of interesting mail, and a reader once told me that ozone therapy combined with cesium therapy was highly effective. And he attributed most of the good results to the ozone, not the cesium.

Best regards,

Lee Euler,

1 Brewer AK. “The high pH therapy for cancer tests on mice and humans.” Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 1984; 21 Suppl 1:1-5.
2 “High pH Therapy (Cesium Chloride Protocol).” Cancer Tutor. 2017 July.
3 Ibid.
4 Kobayashi D, et al. “Cesium reversibly suppresses HeLa cell proliferation by inhibiting cellular metabolism.” FEBS Lett. 2017 Mar;591(5):718-727.
5 Brewer AK. “The high pH therapy for cancer tests on mice and humans.”
6 Rogers, S. 2001. Pain Free in Six Weeks. Quoted by Henderson, B. in Cancer Free, p. 204.
7 Daza EA, et al. “Nano-Cesium for Anti-Cancer Properties: An Investigation into Cesium Induced Metabolic Interference.” ACS Appl Mater Interfaces. 2016 Oct.
8 Rogers, S. 2001. Pain Free in Six Weeks.
9 Sartori HE. “Cesium therapy in cancer patients.” Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 1984;21 Suppl 1:11-13.
10 Glaser SM, et al. “Long-Term Quality of Life if Prostate Cancer Patients Treated With Cesium-131.” Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys. 2017 Aug;98(5):1053-1058.
11 Low JC. “Assessing the therapeutic and toxicological effects of cesium chloride following administration to nude mice bearing PC-3 or LNCaP prostate cancer xenografts.” Cancer Chemother Pharmacol. 2007 Nov;60(6):821-9.
12 Daza EA, et al. “Nano-Cesium for Anti-Cancer Properties: An Investigation into Cesium Induced Metabolic Interference.”
13 Howenstine, J. “Use of Cesium Chloride to Cure Malignancies.” 2004.
14 Sartori HE. “Cesium therapy in cancer patients.”
15 Low JC. “Assessing the therapeutic and toxicological effects of cesium chloride following administration to nude mice bearing PC-3 or LNCaP prostate cancer xenografts.”
16 “Cesium Chloride.” Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. 2015 Nov.
17 Centeno JA, et al. “Blood and tissue concentration of cesium after exposure to cesium chloride: a report of two cases.” Biol Trace Elem Res. 2003 Aug;94(2):97-104.
18 Centeno JA, et al. “Blood and tissue concentration of cesium after exposure to cesium chloride: a report of two cases.”
19 Nierenberg, Cari. Life Science. 2014 Jan.
20 “Cesium Chloride.”
21 Ibid.
22 Sartori HE. “Cesium therapy in cancer patients.”
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Lee Euler

Hi I'm Lee Euler, I’ve spent over a decade investigating every possible way a person can beat cancer. In fact, our commitment to defeating cancer has made us the world’s #1 publisher of information about Alternative Cancer Treatments -- with over 20 books and 700 newsletters on the subject. If you haven't heard about all your cancer options, or if you want to make sure you don’t miss even one answer to this terrible disease, then join our newsletter. When you do, I'll keep you informed each week about the hundreds of alternative cancer treatments that people are using to cure cancer all over the world.

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