Cesium Chloride

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Cesium Chloride

by benroche on Sun Dec 12, 2010 07:37 PM

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Hi Everyone,

I am new to this site. I just wanted to post that I have been taking Cesium Chloride for almost 3 weeks now. I have been working with a vendor and introduced DMSO into my treatment. I was told it's going to get worse before it gets better. That the areas could swell, turn red, tumors could enlarge and eventually even turn black (due to dead cancer cells, like a bruise). These are possible symptoms and signs that it is working.

I have cancer on my tongue and tonsils. I haven't noticed much change in my lesion, or tumor. I am taking 3 grams per day, I mix 2 tbsp of CC with 1 tbsp of DMSO in a bowl and rub it all over my chest until it is all gone. I get tingly lips and a red rash on my chest from the DMSO. After I shower the rash cools down. I do notice tingling in my tongue lesion and redness after  am done rubbing everything in. Then like the rash it cools down. As for the garlic smell, there is a slight body odor but not bad. I've read it varies person to person, body chemistry plays a big part in the smell.

I have been also taking a liquid potassium as recommended. I take other supplements that I have read to be good such as enzymes, vitamins, supplements and changed my diet. I was told I could expect to be on this treatment for up to a year. It takes about 1.5 hours to rub it all in and let it dry. It's a slow and annoying process but if it works I am willing and dedicated. I wanted to post because there doesn't seem to be allot of people posting their results and I would like to share my experience to try shed some light on this treatment. I will do my best to keep posting my progression with this. 

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by eskimosurfer on Sun Dec 19, 2010 06:16 AM

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hello,

 

I am also doing cc protocol along with Pancreatic enzymes.  I am not stable but am getting a bit worse.  I believe cancer is spread to stomach.  I pray this treatment will work and with faith, prayer and dilligence how can I fail.  Pls. let me know how you are doing...

isabella

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by amf4399 on Thu Dec 30, 2010 02:09 PM

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thanks for the post. please keep us updated on your progress.

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by benroche on Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:35 PM

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Hey, 

Sorry it's been so long for an update. I have been taking the Cessium and DMSO faithfully everyday. So far I have noticed no real positive changes. I have been strict with my diet, lots of veggies and fruit, little lean organic chicken and fish. The lessions on my tongue seems to go away and flare up then go away and flare up again. Tumor has not changed in size. I started putting the DMSO on my legs instead of my chest and got way better results with not getting a red rash. My lips do not tingle anymore when I take it but Ive been on it for 3 months now so I am assuming my body has adapted to it. I was getting numb feet for a while and was worried about my potassium levels (even though I was taking liquid potassium every day. So I introduced bananas to my daily regime to up my potassium intake, now my feet are just a little tingly which I have read is normal. I am getting a bit worried that I am not seeing the results as fast as they have been reported online. I am debating making a jump over to the Protocel treatment. That also boasts some really positive results, I wish you could mix the two protocols but they say the two work against each other. I plan to stay on the cessium for another month before I make another change. I pray every day for healing and do everything I can to focus my thoughts on healing and positivity. I hope this post helps you in your search.

Ben

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by benroche on Sat Feb 19, 2011 06:12 PM

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I should also mention that in the last couple weeks I am noticing frequent urination. Sometimes I will get up 2-4 times an evening to urinate. I have also noticed that when I touch something cold I get a prickly feeling in my finger tips. My skin is really dry, I have been reading that the cesium intake can dehydrate your system so I have been drinking 8-10 glasses of purified water a day (which could also be contributing to the freq. urination). There are red patched of dry skin on my face around my mouth area and nose. My forehead is dry but not red, scalp is really dry, and dry skin on my feet and legs. Is anyone else experiencing anything similar? I am going to talk to my vendor on Monday to see what he thinks.

 

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by justapat on Sun Feb 20, 2011 02:16 AM

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I've been doing the liquid ionic cesium chloride protocol for 4 months.  This one calls for 3 grams a day of the cesium, along with about half that much daily potassium.  I also wondered about the rate of response compared to what I read online, but then realized most of what I read referenced a dose of 6 or 9 grams daily, meant to be taken for a shorter period of time.  At three months, I had a scan appearing to show a worsening of the cancer.  I checked with my expert who told me he sees this all the time, that things appear worse before they get better.  He reminded me I'm supposed to take it for an entire year.  He did tell me I could half the dose of the cesium because after three months I had probably maxed out on it and just needed to replenish daily to maintain that level in my body.  I also struggled with very dry skin, and have made it a point to drink at least 10 cups of water, sometimes more.  It's better now.  I do go to the bathroom once or twice a night also.  I think I read that if you take the stuff early enough in the day, you might be able to avoid some of this.  I hope you're able to get your minerals checked.  My potassium has been low, even with the supplements, and also I have to take extra magnesium.  My uric acid level has been elevated to the high normal range too.  On the positive side, I have a bunch of energy most of the time, and don't feel like I have stage 4 ovarian cancer.  I wish I could see/feel my tumors to check progress, but have to rely on the occasional scan/ blood tests.

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by FullyPresent on Mon Feb 21, 2011 05:53 PM

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Thank you for continuing to post your results. It sounds like you are also focusing on diet and the mind-body connection. That's great. As you mentioned, you always have to check to see if something is counter-indicated when following a certain protocol, but once you do my personal opinion is that it is wise to take advantage of the synergistic effect that cancer-fighting things provide when done all together. Juicing, supplements, mind work (meditation/guided imagery), exercise, lymphatic drainage, acupuncture, energy work, and every food in our diet can be a champion for the immune system. I wish you the very best, please keep posting.

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by benroche on Tue Feb 22, 2011 06:47 PM

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Another update. I talked to me vendor, he mentioned that frequent urination is very normal. He also said the dry skin can happen and be combatted by drinking more fluids, specifically cold pressed coconut milk and drinkable aloe. 

 

To address the tingling when touching something cold I have apparently reached my cesium limit already. The recommendation is to back off from the cesium for 5-7 days or until the tingling stops. Then to resume on half the dosage which would be 1tbs instead of 2 each day. All the while to keep taking the potassium as the cesium levels stay high in your body for over 100 days. Apparently when you reach your limit it can effect your nerves which gives you the tingling feeling when you touch cold things. Another thing he mentioned was to add Magnesium and Lithium to my supplements and it will take care of the funny nerve feelings. 

I addressed the no change in tumor size and he said it can take up to a year or more to fully cure the cancer. One person he worked with, same cancer as me took 1.5 years to overcome it. He told me to hold tight and keep going.

I thought about adding Hydrazine Sulfate to my protocol. He said you can combine the two but you have to take allot of caution with it. He himself wont sell it without your doctor's approval. There is a strict diet attached to it to avoid serious medical complications. After allot of online research I'm debating if it is a good idea or not.

Does anyone else have some helpful suggestions on things to add to the cesium protocol to really fight cancer please list them. I will continue to report on my journey.

Ben 

 

 

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by benroche on Tue Feb 22, 2011 06:48 PM

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Another update. I talked to me vendor, he mentioned that frequent urination is very normal. He also said the dry skin can happen and be combatted by drinking more fluids, specifically cold pressed coconut milk and drinkable aloe. 

 

To address the tingling when touching something cold I have apparently reached my cesium limit already. The recommendation is to back off from the cesium for 5-7 days or until the tingling stops. Then to resume on half the dosage which would be 1tbs instead of 2 each day. All the while to keep taking the potassium as the cesium levels stay high in your body for over 100 days. Apparently when you reach your limit it can effect your nerves which gives you the tingling feeling when you touch cold things. Another thing he mentioned was to add Magnesium and Lithium to my supplements and it will take care of the funny nerve feelings. 

I addressed the no change in tumor size and he said it can take up to a year or more to fully cure the cancer. One person he worked with, same cancer as me took 1.5 years to overcome it. He told me to hold tight and keep going.

I thought about adding Hydrazine Sulfate to my protocol. He said you can combine the two but you have to take allot of caution with it. He himself wont sell it without your doctor's approval. There is a strict diet attached to it to avoid serious medical complications. After allot of online research I'm debating if it is a good idea or not.

Does anyone else have some helpful suggestions on things to add to the cesium protocol to really fight cancer please list them. I will continue to report on my journey.

Ben 

 

 

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by ProstateinGA on Sat May 14, 2011 03:36 PM

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Ben:

I hope things are going well for you. I have been on Cesium therapy for three months now. I have prostate cancer that has metastasized to my bones with tumors around my ribcage, in both legs and in my feet. I have avoided conventional medicine completely as I would be missing the feet at this point if the doctors had their shot and they offer no viable options for survival based on their protocols. My problem was a rapidly spreading cancer which the Cesium was not helping, so I decided to stop the Cesium so I could try another approach. Big mistake. In three days the pain in my leg was so intense I wasn't sure I could make it. I started back on the Cesium and the pain went away in a day. So obviously it must be working on a number of levels and I have to keep using it to keep the pain down at the very least.

Some things I have tried:

The Budwig protocol: One tblespoon flax oil and 2 tblespoons cottage cheese blended together w/4 ozs almond milk, every morning. Supposedly ozygenates the blood plus many other benefits. Google it for more info and testimonials.

Laetrile/B17. I had a similar epeiphany when stopping this treatment then resuming and finding benefit. There are a lot of scare postings regarding the cyanide but I have had no bad experiences, other than the taste. I grind the seeds and put it in capsules. Along with Cesium this one has the most supporters.

Rubidium and Germanium. You've probably added these to the protocol already...

Lysine, Proline and Green Tea (EGCG) This combination comes from Dr. Matthias Rath's protocol (see cancertutor.com " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">cancertutor.com for a good description) which puportedly stops the spreading of cancer. I combined this with hormone balancing supplements (Vitamin Shoppe's Saw Palmetto Plus and Indole 3 Carbinol) and it seems to have halted the progression of my metastized cancer, giving me time to kill whats there already. (Should other prostste cancer patients be reading this I had been using Clodronate Disodium, which seemed to slow down the growth factors but was too hard on my kidneys.)

MMS: Since your cancer is in your mouth this might be of interest as it would be easy to administer. This could be the third most reccommended natural cancer therapy. It's an anti-malarial microbe killer that supposedly doesn't harm normal cells. It tastes awful, but just for a moment. It's strong stuff, but if there is no cancer elsewhere in your body, why swallow it? In theory the microbes in the cancer cells are killed, but not the cell itself. Then the cancer cell either normalizes or goes into apoptosis. There is a bit of a conflict in using this with the Cesium as the MMS protocols, which include DMSO in distributing the chemical throughout the body suggest you quit taking the cancer killing substances like Laetrile or Cesium as this will not allow the cancer cells to normalize. I can't take that chance at stage 4, but it would seem that while Cesium might stop the normalization process, the MMS killing the microbes in the cancer cell could only help. (Caveat: I may be wrong about this. If any Cesium experts want to weigh in on this, please do!)

Other potential apoptosis stimulators: MSM (a cousin of DMSO, and apparantly a very benign substance with almost no bad side effects.) and CoQ10 (increasing oxygenation).

Finally, Dr. Hulda Rogers Clark's ideas should be considered. She thought that parasites gave off a cancer stimulating chemical, and that the parasites were spread through our exposure to solvents which helped burst open egg sacks. She also felt dental issues were a contributing factor. She seems a little out there, but when you consider they hounded her to death for her ideas (literally, she died in prison, like Wilhelm Reich) there must be something to some of them.

In addition to cancertutor.com " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">cancertutor.com I have enjoyed having access to www.krysalis.net /cancer.htm. Another site with lots of information is cancerfightingstrategies.com but I am still unsure as to the veracity of his grading system. He gives some therapies astronomical ratings and I would love to know if any of these products warrant this reccomendation. If anyone has used BLA, Azovin or Genista I would love to hear about it. A lot of these drugs are expensive (not chemo drug expensive, but $150 bottle) and I would hate to think I was buying usless snake oil when I could have been buying another treatment that actually might work.

Ben, I'm sorry to ramble on but this issue needs more communication between patients as our medical system has failed us.

Hal

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