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Introduction - sodium bicarbonate for use with cancer

Posted 08-30-2010 at 09:09 PM by jfh

I want to share what I learn on my health quest. This is a quest to find out if there is any scientific information, that I could understand, that makes this baking soda / molasses protocol relevant?

I am trying to determine the value of sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) when one has cancer. I really want to know if the pH environment, alkaline or acid, has any effect on the curing, slowing, progression of cancer, or at least metastasis of existing cancer. Is low pH (acid) and high pH (alkaline -or base) to a cancer cell similar to hot and cold to humans? Is there something more than pH that affects the cell growth?

Apparently, cancer is caused by mutation of cells due to several toxic events, such as virus, fungus, chemical, and probably others that I haven't discovered yet.

I want to know why this oral sodium bicarbonate prostate cancer protocol works. https://phkillscancer.com/protocol I want to know the science behind this.

Humans are not rats or test tubes or petri dishes, yet that, so far, has been the most info that I've found. So, I'll take whatever I can get to help answer my questions.

Manipulating a high acid or high alkaline environment is not a good thing. The body does it better. The body will immediately try to adjust itself back to its narrow pH range. Different parts of the body have their own pH range, and the immune system will expect that to be maintained. Many pathogens, including most bacteria, thrive in an alkaline environment. That is why so many areas of our body are acidic such as the stomach and skin. The acids are part of the body's defense mechanism against pathogens. Look at Helicobacter pylori bacteria, which causes stomach ulcers and cancer. It can be killed by the acidic environment of the stomach, so to protect itself the bacteria releases alkaline ammonia to neutralize the stomach acid. The fact is that the body has a number of systems to regulate its pH. This includes breathing. When the blood starts becoming too acidic, the breathing rate increases to blow off carbon dioxide reducing the acidity. If we go too alkaline, the breathing decreases to retain more carbon dioxide increasing carbonic acid levels. Let the body do its work. It has a number of systems to use for this manipulation.

From Bill Sardi, refuting the Warburg Effect (acid/alkaline therapy):

But it wasn’t just conventional medicine that got side-tracked by Warburg’s discovery. In "the Warburg Effect," tumor cells expel lactic acid as a by-product, and this later became known as the alkalinity-acidity theory of cancer promoted by many pseudo-scientists. This spawned a number of books that mistakenly advocated an alkaline diet would cure or prevent cancer. Actually, cancer cells are a bit more acid immediately outside their boundaries than inside due to the expelling of lactic acid.

The pursuit of a state of alkalinity appears to be nonsensical. Not only does the absence of acidity in the gastric tract and bladder establish an environment that is conducive to tumor growth, the control of blood pH (alkalinity/acidity) is automatically controlled in a neutral pH range (7.2–7.4). The diet has little influence over the pH of the blood.

In 1987 an experiment was conducted where the effects of alkalinity or acidity were examined in bladder cancer. Animals were fed a diet that was somewhat acidic, mildly alkaline or more alkaline. Bladder tumors occurred in 39% of the acidic group, 65% of the alkaline group and 71% of the more alkaline group.

Many alternative medical practitioners inexplicably recommend acid-forming supplements (Lactobacillus acidophilus) for cancer patients, yet they contrarily suggest an alkaline diet. An experiment conducted in 1980 showed that the provision of acid-forming bacteria (Lactobacillus acidophilus) reduced chemically-induced colon cancer in animals from 77% to 40%. Enough said about misdirection since Warburg’s discovery.

Technically, the cesium chloride does not directly kill the cancer cells. What is does is allow the immune system to kill the cancer cells. When you see a statment that cesium chloride does not kill cancer cells, that is technically correct.

Cesium has been proven to get into cancer cells, when other nutrients cannot.

Makes the cancer cells alkaline (Note: the BLOOD is NOT made alkaline, only the inside of the cancer cells)

Sodium bicarbonate is an alkaline pH. It has a high pH of around 8. Normal blood pH is about 7.4. Normal urine pH is 6.0. Normal silive pH ranges from 6.0 to 7.4.

The kidneys alone produce about two hundred and fifty grams (about half a pound) of bicarbonate
per day in an attempt to neutralize acid in the body.
The kidneys monitor and control the acidity or "acid-base" (pH) balance of the blood. If the blood is too acidic, the kidney makes bicarbonate to restore the bloods pH balance. If the blood is too alkaline, then the kidney excretes bicarbonate into the urine to restore the balance

Pasted from <https://www.imva.info/news/sodium-bic...y-disease.html>

This blog will continue as I find information on sodium bicarbonate in relation to cancer. The post, at the bottom of all the posts, is a continuing summary, in case you don't want to go through all of the posts yet.
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    WellnessWendy's Avatar
    This is a subject I've just begun researching myself.

    Everything we do, including typing, creates lactic acid. I have so many questions about acidity and alkaline, I don't even know where to begin.

    It all seems to go back to the kidneys and liver and their level of healthy function. Great post.

    I wasn't aware of the cesium chloride immune response. Great information.
    Posted 10-13-2010 at 01:58 PM by WellnessWendy WellnessWendy is offline
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    From what I understand, the combination of bicarbonate of soda and molasses is said to work because the soda is hidden by the sweet syrup so the cancer cell opens wide for the sugary syrup and lets the soda inside the cell, where it kills the fungal cancer cell from the inside. Normally it's hard to penetrate the cancer cell from the outside. I have only read this...I cannot say for sure that it works.
    Posted 11-20-2010 at 05:23 AM by nightowl nightowl is offline
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    I am not sure if you have ever heard of Dr. Robert Young. He is a cellular microbiologist, he does live blood analysis and has trained numerous doctors to do this as well. He has several books out on by the name of The PH Miracle and another one called Sick and Tired. He goes into great detail about acidity vs alkalinity. There is a ratio that he speaks of and it is 20/1 (20 parts alkalinity to 1 part acidity).

    There is also a therapy called the Gerson Therapy for cancer and numerous other illnesses. They are helping people by getting them on the right track with eating. You can watch The Gerson Miracle on YouTube. It's kind of long but worth the view.

    It's really about the foods that we feed our bodies, but they can go back into balance. Hippocrates stated Let Food be Thy Medicine and Medicine be Thy Food. Foods can either heal or kill the body.
    Posted 02-08-2011 at 07:52 PM by naturalbeauty naturalbeauty is offline
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    mindmt's Avatar
    I've looked at Dr Simoncini's website


    Whatever the theories, he seems to have found something that works. It's not always IV - "accessible" tumours simply get washed with bicarb.
    Posted 02-23-2011 at 12:20 AM by mindmt mindmt is offline