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Re: hoping to attract Cesium Chloride users
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Re: hoping to attract Cesium Chloride users

Anna, yes, Cesium can be used externally but only with the help of DMSO solution. It's a 1:1 correspondence. I do 2 tblspons of Cesium plus 2 tblspns of DMSO. Because I don't think that DMSO effects on the body have been studied much I don't use it that much. Plus it's tedious to rub all that stuff into your skin, it doesn't really get absorbed very well. DMSO is a solvent that penetrates the cell membranes and apparently helps other substances be carried through, so I guess it's a more direct way of getting that Cesium into the cells. I think you might want to try it. Plus DMSO provides pain relief for Arthritis and some other aches, it might just work on your pain. I'm not happy to hear you still have the pain, but a little more is probably involved when you have bone metastases than just the lactic acid.
Anyways, I found the info (posted below) in regards to the agents that help Cesium therapy be more effective. I personally want to underline vitamin C and laetrile B17. Unfortunately I've been slacking in both departments. But I just ordered laetrile and will start taking 10-12 grams of Vitamin C daily, those are strong treatments even on their own. I've noticed vitamin C really helped me get through the cold and flu season without so much as a sneeze, so I trust it to work wonders for the immune system.
Here's the part of the article I found on

There are certain factors which may enhance the Cs-therapy. The Cs-penetration into the cancer cells can be increased by the following three methods: The first approach resides in broadening the electron donor capacity of the cancer cell membrane by the application of cyanide, an electron donor radical as found in nitriles (amygdalin, Laetrile, mandelonitrite, prunasin, ficin, cassivin), by selenium oxide, an electron donor radical, or by the use of DMSO. The second approach enhances the potential gradient across the cancer cell membrane by the utilization of weak acids like ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) and retinoic acid (Vitamin A). The third method attempts to improve the circulation to the tumor and facilitate the destruction of cross-linkages in the mucoid and fibrinous substances around the cancer cell. This can be achieved by chelation therapy, i.e., the use of EDTA as has been shown by Blumer who reported on the reduction of cancer incidence by 90% by chelating patients (an average of 15 chelations in 8 years). This approach also reduced cardiovascular disease by 50%. Other chelating agents can also be used. Moreover, the use of beta-carotene will lead to decomposition of blocking mucoid proteins mediated by electrical charges; also, heparin, which acts through electrical charges, will inactivate the immune repelling and immune binding capacities of the blocking mucoid proteins. These approaches will hinder cancer growth and they are virtually atoxic.

I just got my Essiac tea ingredients and will start on that tomorrow.
Read a lot about it and dont' want to discount anything at this point.
I've read that the numbness of the lip or even nose is one of the side-effects
of Cesium therapy and is supposed to pass. I hope it does. You're a brave
girl, Anna and I'm sure you'll be able to fight this thing.


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