I have submitted several articles here on Cesium Chloride.
Have sinced advocated for IV cesium as opposed to oral routes.
Every single cancer client I have is taking cesium.
Blood chemistries should be checked prior and during cesium therapies are:
I do not recommend it as single bullet.
XYZ clinic uses cesium IV with Ozone IV alternating these.
I will look for my Cesium articles and post them to this thread when I get a chance.
The mechanism of action is very specific and this has been proven through very technical laboratory studies and then cross checked through additional testing.
Cesium Carbonate is harder to get ahold of but is easier on the stomach. Must be taken with food, and adding ACV helps with stomach tolerance issue.
Never chug cesium but sip it.
Can be taken as retention enema using DMSO to facilitate absorbtion.
Checking saliva ph can tell you if your dosage is adequate.
Too little cesium can actually speed up cell division.
Less effective on adenocarcinomas that occurr below the waiste.
Multiple Myeloma is a virus so ascorbates are recommended and should be also taken with food.
Taking electron donors with cesium is recommended to help it absorb. Iodine
I have one client that has been on cesium continuously for 90 days. His potassium is holding. His lactic acid has fallen to below normal, his CEA soon followed more slowly, spiking in uric acid was seen last month.
He had increase in pain and was given anti uric acid medicine also used in Gout which has helped the pain in his belly.
I recommended at this time that if he ever was going to try traditional medicine that now his cancer was especially operating a very low metabolic level and was vulnerable.
He went to Valley Cancer Clinic in Sacramento and received two weeks hyperthermia and proton beam, (very specific) radiation.
In the following month he had gained 8 pounds, his anemia which he struggled with has resolved, his tumor is down to thirty percent of its original mass.
He has a surgical oncologist at Case University Cancer Center in case the cancer dies off too rapidly.
His radiation oncologist has stated for the record that his response is 50 % greater than most patients. Which is what I predicted would occurr.
Anybody who tries to discourage cesium trial to a cancer patient is doing a huge disservice to a person with dangerous disease.
Cesium should also be taken with other mineral salts containing zinc, calcium, potassium, manganese, silver as well.
Pasty stools are ok but liquid stools are not. Must hold cesium for 24 hours if you get liquid stools.
One clients husband took 12 grams in a day just to prove it wont hurt his wife. He was in the bathroom quite a bit.
Do not take cesium at same time as chlorophyll.
Immune stimulants are recommended as this only makes sense.
Pain at the tumor site is sign of lysis.
Great uric acid medication was politically taken off market by FDA after it was initially approved, Uricase.
I hope it comes back on the market because it helps with pain and actually converts uric acid to lantoin and hydrogen peroxide which offers additional anti cancer properties.
I have one multiple myeloma client who is taking 9,000 mg of ascorbates with her cesium protocol.
Discontinue cesium if you experience tacicardia or irregular heart beat.
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