What Causes Cancer Cells to Develop
A trophoblast is a generic cell that can follow genetic patterns to produce other body cells such as organs, skin, and bone. A trophoblast’s only job is to reproduce rapidly. Trophoblasts are a normal part of body regeneration or rejuvenation. Until the age of 6 weeks when a pancreas develops and starts emitting enzymes to suppress trophoblast production, the human embryo is comprised mostly of trophoblasts. They are essential to the growth and development of the body.
The body produces trophoblasts as a result of impact or physical trauma to parent cells. Through mitosis (splitting), these quickly produce normal body cells in order to repair the injury.
However, toxins and oxygen deprivation can also produce trophoblasts. Researcher Otto Warburg discovered that cells which are oxygen-deprived produce trophoblasts within two cycles of mitosis. Enzymes and chemicals that surround trophoblasts can cause them to ignore genetic programming and start producing other, unrelated body cells in a helter-skelter manner. These are cancer cells. They have the form and general character of normal body cells, but they metabolize differently and are not related to the organ or area of tissue where they reside, so they debilitate the functioning of that organ or tissue, and, unchecked, eventually kill the body.
How Cancer Cells Grow and Affect the Body
Cancer cells are anaerobic, meaning they can live without oxygen. They thrive on glucose, robbing healthy cells of that vital nutrient, and causing the healthy parts of the body to waste away while tumors grow. The metabolism of cancer cells ferments glucose into lactic acid. The acid reduces the respiration of cell walls, and prevents the proper intake of oxygen and elimination of carbon dioxide and other wastes. The huge flow of lactic acid into the blood stream from cancer cells overworks the liver and further depletes energy.
The lactic acid produced by fermentation lowers the cell pH and destroys the ability of DNA and RNA to control cell division. As a result, cancer cells begin to multiply unchecked. The lactic acid simultaneously disables cell enzymes and causes intense local pain. Therefore, cancer appears as a rapidly growing outer cell mass with a core of dead cells. Because cancer cells ignore DNA/RNA patterns, they mutate into any other kinds of cells that can more easily tolerate the toxic environment of the surrounding tumor. That is why cancer tumors often contain the hardiest of body items: teeth, hair, and fingernails.
The effect of pH on Cancer Cells
Researchers Brewer and Sartori discovered that raising pH above 8 in the area of cancer cells kills them. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14, with 7 being normal. A pH lower than 7 means the body is acidic, and higher means it is alkaline. The body keeps the blood stream at a constant pH of 7.37, but the pH of cells and other body fluids goes up or down depending on diet and other influences. When the body becomes acidic, illness or disease is impending or present. An example is when a person has cancer. Therefore, it is best to make the body more alkaline so as to diminish illness.
Cesium Chloride is a highly alkaline element. It is not the dangerous radioactive form of cesium. When ingested in bio-available form, it raises the body’s pH and oxygen content. In order to make Cesium Chloride effective, one must supplement it by ingesting Potassium, Vitamin C, Selenium, and Zinc.
What Cesium Chloride Does to Cancer Cells
Researcher Hans Nieper discovered that Cesium raises the pH of cells above 8 and oxygenates the cells. It limits the intake of glucose in cancer cells, thereby starving them. This diminishes the production of lactic acid, restores cell respiration, and reduces cachexia. Cesium chloride thereby indirectly kills cancer cells and brings pain relief within a few days. For these reasons, Cesium Chloride, with supporting vitamins and minerals, has been used to raise the pH of the body and thereby provide an excellent alternative or complementary treatment or therapy against all forms of cancer. A typical protocol is:
Swallow 3 times daily after meals:
2 grams Cesium Chloride
3 grams Vitamin C
30,000 units Vitamin A
30 mg Zinc Chloride
250 mg Potassium Ascorbate.
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The operation of Cesium in killing cancer cells is as follows:
Sodium makes cells retain water, and potassium makes them give it up. They accomplish this by exerting or releasing ionic (electrical) pressure on cell walls, creating channels that facilitate movement of various elements in one direction or the other. They thereby interact in a pumping action, allowing nutrients and toxins to flow through cell walls.
Cancer cells normally operate the sodium-potassium pump approximately 20 times faster than normal cells.
Cesium readily substitutes for potassium in the sodium-potassium pump, but cannot substitute in the potassium channel. This makes the cell retain both the Cesium and Potassium ions. As a result of accumulation of Cesium and Potassium in the cell, their ions cancel the potential gradient across the cell wall, thereby preventing the sodium-glucose co-transport from operating, starving the cell. This process starves cancer cells more quickly than it does normal cells.
Once Cesium a cancer cell it diffuses out through the cell wall very slowly, requiring more than three months for complete evacuation. Meanwhile, the internal accumulation of Cesium and Potassium ions can cause cancer cells to burst and die. It thereby not only kills the cell through starvation, but keeps it from reviving.
Because Cesium causes cells to retain Potassium, it thereby depletes Potassium levels in the blood, even to dangerous levels. For that reason, one must combine Cesium with sufficient Potassium in order to maintain healthy serum Potassium levels.
Other Alkaline Nutrients
Other alkaline nutrients that raise the body pH are:
In addition, enzymes are alkaline in nature, and certain enzymes are effective not only in raising body pH, but also in making cancer cells recognizable as foreign invaders so that white blood cells can eliminate them. Trypsin and Chymotrypsin are two pancreatic enzymes most useful for this purpose. They dissolve the mucous and fibrin coating that hides cancer cells from the immune system, and thereafter leukocytes and macrophages attack and eat the cancer cells. A diet high in cooked animal flesh conscripts the available Trypsin and Chymotrypsin for digestion, and that is why such diets help to precipitate cancer.
There are other cancer-fighting enzymes in fruit, such as papain in papaya and bromelain in pineapples. Pineapples are also a good source of Potassium.
Oh, By the Way
I just searched the National Cancer Institute web site for Cesium. The only two mentions are of the radioactive form used for radiation therapy. They need to get a life.