Alkalinity / Cesium Chloride / Calcium Chloride

Alkalinity / Cesium Chloride / Calcium Chloride

If cancer cells get too alkaline, they first stop spreading, and then they die. Also used to stop the pain of cancer very quickly.


High pH Cancer Therapy with Cesium & Aloe Vera Extract

Recent interest in Dr. Brewer's writings on cesium chloride has developed as a result of a group of nutritionally oriented physicians utilizing cesium chloride along with a highly concentrated source of aloe vera, with cancer patients.
It is fairly common knowledge that Carrington Labs has done extensive work with acemannan, one of the polysaccharides of aloe vera, and found it to be effective in stimulating the immune system. Significant results with animal studies have resulted in its approval for use in treating feline and canine sarcomas, and ongoing human research is in progress as well.

The work of Dr. A. Keith Brewer with cesium is not as well-known. Dr. Brewer believed that his work as a physicist could be applied to the phenomena of cancer, the aging process and mutations. The development of his theory of the High pH Cancer Therapy with Cesium grew out of his understanding of the physics of the cell membrane. Dr. Brewer funded some animal research studies undertaken by Dr. Marilyn Tufte of the Department of Biology at the University of Wisconsin, which demonstrated confirmation of his theory on the uptake of cesium by cancer cells. Dr. Hans Nieper of Germany has successfully applied cesium therapy with certain cancers, and an American study of 50 terminal cancer patients treated with cesium and other supportive nutrients resulted in some promising results.

The A. Keith Brewer International Science Library has a comprehensive booklet available of the most significant writings of Dr. Brewer on his protocol with cesium. An information page is available to all who call.

A Patient Tracking Program has been initiated by the Brewer Science Library to provide ongoing follow-up on the continuing health status of individuals utilizing this protocol. Information will be collected from willing participants and will be collated into categories of specific cancers and stages, thereby providing a larger database of information for use by doctors and patients. For the patients, the tracking program is free, voluntary and confidential.

Doctors interested in utilizing this protocol are encouraged to call for information and a sample packet on enrolling their patients in the tracking program.

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Christina White
Educational Coordinator
Brewer Science Library
325 N. Central Avenue
Richland Center, Wisconsin 53581 USA
Fax 608-647-6797

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The Role of pH

Virtually all cellular functions are sensitive to alteration of the pH balance of fluids. This is especially true of connective tissue. The body's metabolic processes depend on a precisely balanced pH value of 7.34 to 7.40 within cellular spaces. If it waivers beyond those limits, either higher or lower, certain enzymatic reactions fail to occur and cellular metabolism becomes difficult to regulate. If the pH deviates too far to the acid side, cell metabolism stops as connective tissue cells become poisoned in their own toxic wastes, these cells die.

When connective tissue cells die, they close the critical bridges and passageways between the cardiovascular system and the rest of the cells and organs of the body. Such an effect is disastrous. Indeed, when these bridges are closed, nutrients can no longer be supplied nor can wastes be removed. This causes the plumbing to back-up on itself, dumping acids back into the bloodstream and other critical organs.

As more and more acid is accumulated, and storage capacity is exhausted, the body slowly begins to "stew" in its own acid poisonous wastes. Without warning, acid wastes begin to silently corrode the veins and arteries, destroying cell walls and then entire organs. The damage caused is compounded daily, becoming more aggressive and deadly over time.

An acid pH is so corrosively and insidiously destructive that it's considered the seed bed of most, if not all, degenerative diseases including: stroke, heart attack and other cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, obesity, cancer, immune deficiencies and neurological dysfunction.

The imbalance of body pH, causing toxic acid wastes, is the real killer, the silent killer, because it's the beginning of so many deadly diseases.

Understanding pH

The key to understanding pH is simple: pH, or the degree of acidity and alkalinity of a solution, is measured on a (logarithmic) scale of 1 to 14. Anything with a pH value of less than 1.0 is considered acid or acidic. The lower the number of pH, the greater the acidity. The higher the number of pH, the greater the degree of alkalinity or baseness. Anything with a pH of greater than 7.0 is considered alkaline or base. Therefore, vinegar with a pH of 3.0 is more acidic than seawater with a pH of 8.0. Oven cleaner with a pH of 13.0 is more alkaline or base than the water in the Great Salt Lake, which has a pH of 10.0. Neutral solutions have a pH of 7.0 [-log(10(-7))]. The body prefers the slightly alkaline solution of 7.4, and if it drops below this for any length of time, it will suffer from a score of degenerative diseases. The lower limit of blood pH at which a person can live more than a few hours is about 6.8, and the upper limit is about 8.0.

Alkaline pH = 1 to 6.99 < pH = 7.0 > pH = 7.01 to 14.0

What actually is being measured here is the amount of free hydrogen ions (H+) in solution; free H+ combines with certain heavy metals to form acids. Therefore, acidic solutions have greater free H+ concentration potentials than those that are base or alkaline (concentration > 10(-7) M). Alkaline solutions have less free H+ concentration potentials (concentration < 10(-7) M), but greater OH- concentration potentials which combine with metals to form bases or alkalines.

What's normal?

There are a number of body systems which all have their own specifically preferred pH. Overall, the body's internal chemical environment normally changes from a weak acid to a weak base within a 24-hour period, usually more acid at dawn and most base at sunset. These physiological changes occur on a sine curve during this period. The slightly acid time period (early morning: pH < 7.0) is optimal for the activity of the sympathetic nerves, hormones, and neurotransmitters such as adrenaline, thyroxine, histamine, acetylcholine and other biogenic amines. In this pH, the acidic connective tissue substance (stored acidic wastes) is dissolved by the hyaluronidase into liquid form and thereafter excreted from the body as wastes.

Blood pH: The bloodstream is the most critically buffered system of the entire body, far more sensitive than any other. Arterial and venous blood must maintain a slightly alkaline pH; arterial blood pH = 7.41 and venous blood pH = 7.36. Because the normal pH of arterial blood is 7.41, a person is considered to have acidosis when the pH of blood falls below this value and to have alkalosis when the pH rises above 7.41. The lower limit of blood pH at which a person can live more than a few hours is about 6.8. and the upper limit is about 8.0.

Interstitial fluids and connective tissue pH: A normal pH in these areas is 7.34 and 7.40, a slightly more acid profile, because body cells dump as much free hydrogen (H+) as possible, buffering the blood as much as possible. However, pH in these areas can dangerously drop to concentrations of pH = 5.0.

Urine pH: In a pH balanced body, urine is slightly acid in the morning, (pH. 6.5-7.0) generally becoming more alkaline (pH =7.5-8.0) by evening in healthy people. This corresponds to the balanced pH value of blood (pH = 7.4) and shows that the kidneys need not eliminate an excess of acid or base in its fluids, and can handle normal imbalances or excesses quite easily and safely. Outside this range implies that cells are being burdened with caustic (corrosive & burning; destructive to tissue) pH fluids within and without their surroundings. Long term experience outside this range is dangerous and will begin to corrode the body, and most importantly the tissues of the cardiovascular system. However, the pH of urine can range from an extremely unhealthy low of 4.5 to a high of 8.5, which it tolerates a little easier, depending on the acidbase status of the extracellular fluids. Generally, when urine pH is 6.0 and below for extended periods of time, it is an indication that the body's fluids elsewhere are too acid, and it is working overtime to rid itself of an acid medium. Thus, when urine pH is normal, then blood pH is normal, but when urine pH is overly acid, blood pH is likely below 7.35, which is dangerously acidic for the blood. An easy urine test can be done with VAXA's Buffer pH Test Strips to indirectly determine the safety of all body fluids, including blood.

By Gregory C. Young