Cesium protocol - questions
I just began a cesium protocol in place of standard deadly chemotherapy.
The purpose is to prevent remission of a lung sarcoma following surgery two weeks ago (Sept. 15). The tumor was about 12cm and turned out to be synovial (rare and aggressive). Prognosis depends on whether the far ends (“debris”) of the tumor were completely retrieved; worst case 1-2 years, best case 10-12 years – estimates of course presupposing destructive chemotherapy. Personal research on chemotherapy indicates it is far too dangerous. Cesium should be fine.
What I’m hoping to find out is how other people have progressed on cesium.
I sought the best protocol, based on the latest information obtainable.
The protocol focuses on 6g of ionic cesium daily – the standard dosage.
The necessary potassium support is in place, along with magnesium.
Six other minerals are being used, including germanium and rubidium.
This is the most well-documented, responsible cesium protocol I could find, and its reliability has been confirmed widely, and as much as possible (and at this site).
Treatment will last a month, although it may be extended two months more.
The alkaline diet part of the protocol is considered essential. After researching the reasons for this, I agreed fully, and began an alkaline diet one week prior to beginning the cesium (and support minerals). This dietary part of the protocol will be extended in some sense indefinitely.
I’ve been taking the cesium for four days now.
Two alternative methods of administering the cesium are given:
1. orally 3g twice a day
2. rubbed into the skin with DMSO, 3g in mixture, twice daily.
Questions, if anyone can answer :
1. Is DMSO+cesium given cutaneously better than ingestion of cesium?
· why would absorbing it through the skin be better?
· the DMSO helps absorption; does it help in any other ways?
· if you take the cesium orally, does the DMSO still benefit?
2. Do any support chemicals help get cesium into the cancer cells?
3. Does the cesium need to build up over time before it will affect the cancer?
4. How soon will cancer cells begin dying?
5. How does anyone find out if cancer cells are dying from treatment?
I never thought I’d be doing this kind of research. If anyone knows how I can find out accreditable or definitive answers to some of these questions, your leads will end up helping more than just me.
Thanks to everyone at this forum.