Cesium Chloride for Cancer
The pioneer of the Cesium therapy was the highly esteemed American physicist, Dr. Aubrey Keith Brewer (1893 – 1986). He was the chief of the National Bureau of Standards and Mass Spectrometer and Isotope Section and his main interest was in the behavior of cell membranes. He noted during his research that there were areas of the earth where the incidences of cancer were very low. In analyzing the foods from these regions, they were found to be extremely high in cesium and rubidium. The Hopi Indians have water that contains rubidium and potassium while the Hunzas of Northern Pakistan have water high in cesium and potassium. Through his research, he was able to prove that cesium chloride can penetrate cancer cells when other nutrients cannot. Following his research, many studies on humans have been carried out by H. Nieper in Hanover, Germany, and by H. Sartori in Washington, DC, as well as by a number of other physicians. On the whole, the results have been very good.
How Does Cancer Affect Cellular pH?
Over seventy-five years ago Dr. Otto Warburg published a Nobel Prize winning paper describing the environment of the cancer cell. A normal cell undergoes an adverse change when it can no longer take up oxygen to convert glucose into energy by oxidation. In the absence of oxygen the cell reverts to a primitive nutritional program to sustain itself, converting glucose, by fermentation. The lactic acid produced by fermentation lowers the cell pH (acid/alkaline balance) and destroys the ability of DNA and RNA to control cell division … the cancer cells begin to multiply unchecked. In the absence of oxygen, glucose undergoes fermentation to create lactic acid. This causes the cell pH to drop from between 7.3 to 7.2 down to 7 and later to 6.5; in more advanced stages of cancer and in metastases the pH drops to 6.0 and even 5.7.
With the low pH, cancer cells thrive. However, because the cancer cells are burning glucose (and creating lactic acid), enormous amounts of energy are pulled from non-cancerous cells. In the “cachexia cycle,” the liver converts the lactic acid back to glucose, which also consumes enormous amounts of energy. Thus, the cancer cells convert glucose to lactic acid, the lactic acid travels to the liver; the liver converts the lactic acid back to glucose, which then travels back to the cancer cell. This cycle consumes an enormous amount of energy.
How Is Cesium Chloride Administered?
Utopia Wellness administers Cesium Chloride in an intravenous solution that is infused into a vein in the arm or through a medical port. The solution also contains the “super solvent” with the ability to penetrate every single cell of the body, so whatever its other effects may be, they will be spread systemically through the entire body.
Is Cesium Chloride Therapy Safe?
Cesium Chloride is safe when administered under the supervision of an experienced medical team. While extremely rare, there can be side effects of Cesium Chloride including inflammation, swelling and pain, muscle cramps, feet and your finger tips feeling like needles and pins, or a tingly prickly feeling in your hands or on your face, nausea and vomiting.
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