by Walter Last

Cesium is larger and more alkaline than the related potassium; it can enter cells but apparently cannot be expelled. This causes cells to become too alkaline, swell up and die. Because of their high energy need cancer cells are much more affected than normal cells.

Commonly 3 grams of cesium chloride are used daily in divided doses with food or rubbed onto the skin with DMSO. Occasionally also cesium carbonate has been used. Cesium chloride exists as white crystals which easily dissolve in water. You may dissolve 100 grams in 500 ml of water and take 1 tsp per meal.

If taking cesium orally during a meal causes discomfort, you may buy high-quality DMSO (in a glass bottle) for transdermal absorption. First rub the dissolved cesium chloride onto the skin, but not directly over a tumour, and then rub a similar amount of about 70% DMSO on top of it. Both will then quickly absorb. DMSO has a slight garlic smell and may dehydrate the skin, wash your hands immediately after applying it. 1 to 2 hours after using cesium take dissolved potassium chloride orally at the rate of 1.2 grams per day. If using cesium twice, then take 600 mg of potassium chloride afterwards, and if using it three times take 400 mg. In addition the diet should be high in potassium. 

One potential side-effect is a rise or fall in the blood level of potassium. If it is too low you may develop fatigue, muscle weakness, cramps, intestinal problems and abnormal heart rhythm, while too high potassium levels may lead to tingling of the hands and feet, muscle weakness and abnormal heart rhythm. Therefore symptoms can be similar for both conditions. Tingling lips are not a problem.

Generally the addition of potassium chloride prevents levels from getting too low, and ingesting about 2 litres of water and other fluids tends to wash out excess potassium. But if you do develop such symptoms then stop taking cesium until you feel normal again. The safest way would be to get potassium blood levels checked every 2 to 3 weeks, but because of the hostility of the medical system to natural cancer therapies this is not always possible.

Other side-effects are generally due to disintegrating tumours and dying cancer cells. The main symptoms are inflammation, swellings and pain, especially in the tumour area. Initially dying tumours tend to swell up, and may press on nerves or vital organs or obstruct flow of vital fluids. Whenever problems arise stop the intake of cesium and increase the intake of water and other liquids.

Cesium therapy seems to create stronger reactions from disintegrating tumours than bicarbonate therapy. This is because inflammations and pain are stronger in an acid environment than in an alkaline setting. While cesium makes cancer cells alkaline, it does not alkalize the lymph fluid the way sodium bicarbonate does. This can easily be rectified by using cesium chloride together with alkalizing minerals.

Therefore, instead of potassium chloride you may use potassium as bicarbonate, carbonate or citrate. To get about the same amount of potassium as from chloride you can take the same amount of carbonate, but double the amounts of bicarbonate and citrate. You may also take additional sodium bicarbonate (without added sweetener) until urine or saliva tests consistently show a pH between 7 and 8. 

Continue this treatment for a month or until the cesium limit has been reached and it starts affecting normal cells.
This will be indicated if:

1) Your feet turn purple, they feel cold or like having frost bite, or...

2) Finger tips feel like pins and needles, they hurt if you bump them, especially against something cold.

Cesium remains in the body for up to 3 months, continue with an increased potassium intake during this time. If tumours have not completely disappeared after reaching your cesium limit you may try again several months later, or use bicarbonate therapy, or continue cleansing, also see: https://www.cancertutor.com/detox/.

Disclaimer: The aim of this web site is to provide information on using natural healing methods to aid in the treatment of illness and health improvement.
The author cannot accept any legal responsibility for any problem arising from experimenting with these methods. For any serious disease,
or if you are unsure about a particular course of action, seek the help of a competent health professional.

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