people, the dosage is the same and is based on a person weighing
about 150 pounds. For children or pets, it
should be scaled proportionately to their size. For heavier
individuals the 3 grams per day minimum should still prove
sufficient. The reason for this is that the amount of cesium
required is mostly determined by the extent of the malignancy,
not the size of the individual. It will also be determined to
some degree by the amount of cesium the individual can tolerate.
Some people have taken as much as six to twelve grams per day by
mouth. The effectiveness of cesium, like most medications, is
dose related. Therefore six grams a day is likely to be more
effective sooner than three.
24.) I think I may have cancer, but I am
not sure, yet. Should I start taking this just to be on the
is better to wait for a definitive diagnosis before beginning
cesium. It is true that in certain regions of the world where
the food and water supplies have high levels of cesium and
rubidium cancer is virtually unknown, suggesting that at some
level smaller doses of these minerals might prevent cancer.
There has not, however, been any research to determine what
level of mineral content in the diet would be necessary to
provide such protection, or how long a period of time would
elapse before the protective qualities took hold. Clearly, the
appropriate level would be significantly lower than the
therapeutic level required to fight active cancer, but we simply
do not know what it is. Therefore, we cannot recommend taking
cesium as a preventative measure at this time.
25.) I had surgery, and the doctor tells me
that “he got it all”. Should I continue with this protocol?
fact, it is fairly common for cancer surgery to be followed up
with some additional treatment, usually either radiation or
chemotherapy. The reason for this is that in many instances, a
small number of cancer cells may have been missed or even
gravitated to another site, as yet undetected. This follow-up
treatment is based in the notion that it is better to be safe
than sorry. Cesium is particularly well suited to this purpose
because it does not distinguish between types of cancer cells –
it attacks any cancer cell wherever it is in the body without
harming healthy (i.e. alkaline) cells.
26.) How long
does the cesium stay in my system?
half-life of cesium appears to be 65 days.
27.) I have
taken the cesium for 4 months, and I have stopped. Can I take
If a person
has finished the 4 month period, it should be taken again only
if the problem still exists, and in that instance, it is
advisable to take a break of 4 to 6 months to allow the cesium
to complete its half-life cycle.
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