what is cesium chloride?
Cesium chloride is an alkaline element in a chloride or salt form. Cesium chloride has been found naturally in drinking water in some places in the world that have been linked with low incidences of cancer.
Cesium chloride was the focus of a famous study which demonstrated that cancer cells preferentially uptake cesium chloride into the cell due to it's similarity to the important cellular transport potassium.
Combining cesium chloride with an alkaline diet became known as High pH Therapy.
how is cesium chloride used?
The best form of cesium chloride is the liquid ionic form. Small particle size ensures easy cellular assimilation. The liquid is mixed into a fresh organic juice or smoothie every day. Serving sizes can vary depending on certain key factors so it is always best to work with someone who has experience.
Cesium chloride is always used along with an alkaline diet which is mostly vegetable-based with care for protein intake and avoidance of all sugar.
How does cesium chloride work?
Ions are transported into and out of cells by means of the sodium-potassium (Na+/K+) pump. Sodium is transported out of the cells while potassium is transported into the cells. This pump mechanism allows for nerve signal transmission, among other important processes, and requires ATP to function. Cesium chloride is similar enough to potassium in structure that it can replace potassium in this pump system and be transported into the cells. Cancer cells have a ravenous energy need because of their inefficient metabolism, so they are able to rapidly uptake cesium chloride, in place of potassium, at a much greater rate than a normally functioning cell would. Cesium chloride isn't able to leave a cell the same way as it enters, and thus becomes trapped. Cancer cell metabolism is altered by the influx of cesium chloride, which can trigger an immune system response.
WHAT types of cancer CAN CESIUM CHLORIDE BE USED FOR?
All cancers have the same basic characteristics, no matter what form or what stage. Therefore, the cesium chloride protocol can be used for all types of cancer including lung cancer, colon cancer, breast cancer, liver cancer, pancreatic cancer, skin cancer, bone cancer, blood cancer, prostate cancer, even brain cancer. And whether cancer is Stage I (early stage, localized with no metastasis) or Stage IV (late stage cancer with metastasis throughout the body), it's never early or too late to try, with a goal of improved quality of life.
what are the risks of the cesium chloride protocol?
Cellular uptake of cesium chloride into cancer cells can have an adverse effect on these abnormal cells due to their altered metabolism, compared to normal healthy cells.
Any cellular destabilization can trigger an immune system response to the weakening cells. The immune system response can cause an inflammatory reaction which can create swelling and pain. Increased inflammation can cause additional risks, especially in cases of digestive cancers and brain cancer. Cesium chloride is also known to deplete body potassium levels, which can lead to the risk of heart arrhythmias if not monitored closely. Supplementing with potassium is essential.