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pH kills cancer and an update on my father-in-law who killed his cancer in 3 weeks!

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posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 07:48 PM
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a reply to: DenyObfuscation

Your right about what my link says, both of you Bedlam as well. I was too giddy when I fond a respectable source saying what I thought it said. However, this still helps reinforce the concept that acidity helps cancer and what the OP experienced as a result of forcing a base in the systemof his father in law. The links do say that cancer causes more acidity as you mentioned. Agreed?

So now comes the conjecture, since a cancerous mass wants to stay alive, it will create a micro-environment which is more acidic to survive which facilitates spreading when it becomes strong enough. Therefore, a base will help destroy it or reduce it or make it weaker.

Seems my conjecture has some merit. link

Thus, tumours thrive in acidic environments and supplying yourself with regulated amounts of a base substance, in the OPs case sodium bicarbonate or other natural God given foods, should reduce cancerous cell growth if not destroy it.

Thanks for all the opposition guys we are really learning how to kill cancer. Again! Rez said it first in the OP.





posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 07:49 PM
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And here is her blog from December 2013, several weeks later and after keeping a log of pH. Urine pH.


As we have begun our journey to nip the bladder cancer recurrences in the bud, it’s been an interesting pH learning experience since his surgery. Below are the levels he’s documented, each line representing a day. The first number always represent the first thing in the morning. Another one (or two) might represent afternoon, and another evening. They are all urine and with the use of a pH strip.

Most of these days, he was doing one tsp sodium bicarbonate, and if he needed a second tsp to keep his levels up, it was potassium bicarbonate.

7.00, 7.25
6.25, 7.25, 7.00
6.75, 7.50, 7.50
7.50, 7.50, 7.50
6.50, 7.25, 7.50
8.00, 7.50
6.00, 7.00, 7.50, 8.00
5.75, 7.25, 7.25
7.00, 7.50, 6.50, 7.25
7.00, 8.00, 7.50
7.25, 6.50, 7.50, 7.00
6.25, 7.25
6.00, 7.25
5.50, 7.25, 6.25

Turns out that it’s pretty normal to have a morning urine pH in the mid-to upper 6’s, but he also has several below 6.5.

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 primarily because no food or beverages are consumed while sleeping. Whereas, during the day the body buffers the pH of the food and beverages consumed by releasing electrolytes and the pH level goes up. This process allows the kidneys to begin the elimination process slowly.

Outside the range implies that cells are being burdened with caustic pH fluids within and without surroundings. Long term experience outside this range is unhealthy. However, the pH of urine can range from an extremely unhealthy low of 4.5 to a high if 8.5, which it tolerates a little easier, depending on the acid/base status of the extracellular fluids. A high pH value may indicate the body is over buffering to compensate for a physiological system that is too acidic.

There are mornings he’s waking up too acidic. And this mornings 5.50?? He ate PEANUTS at bedtime. VERY acidic and a mistake we learned from!

We also had his sodium and potassium tested:

SODIUM 139 (134 – 144)
POTASSIUM 4.7 (3.5 – 5.2)

And I was shocked at both! Expected his sodium to be higher, and didn’t expect the potassium to be that high. The higher potassium may be from the combination of the tablespoon of Apple Cider Vinegar he takes daily for his acid reflux (which takes it away), and the potassium bicarbonate. So a change he will make is to only use the sodium bicarbonate/baking soda to keep himself where it should be.

We’re hanging in there with great hope!



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 07:51 PM
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originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: Rezlooper

originally posted by: GetHyped

originally posted by: [post=20434830]Rezlooper[/p]
It is painless and it is extremely fast...


Same can't be said about the probable death, of course.


Nor can it be said about the 33% success rate of conventional treatment.


I've been watching this thread for so long it's rediculous.

My wife, her brother, her father, her grandfather (before he died) and now her daughter all have cancer.

You say the success rate of conventional medicine for cancer is 33%?
What's the success rate for alternate medicine? In particular your baking soda/molasses combo?

BTW Death has a 100% success rate.


quoted it in case you missed it
(even though you posted 2 more blogs and replied to another poster)

ETA make that 2 other posters now


Nope didn't miss it. Just chose not to comment to it and your nonsense question and your rude start to the comment. Sorry bout your family though, I wish them the best.



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 07:52 PM
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So you chose to ignore a completely valid question because I said I've been following it for so long it's ridiculous?

So I'm guessing this whole thread is just back patting and not after any real information then?

So glad you care to give information that (in your words) could save potentially 4 lives.
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posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 07:53 PM
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a reply to: TerryDon79

Just replied above yours. But, hey, you can keep on posting yourself over and over again. That's fine.



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 07:57 PM
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originally posted by: Rezlooper
a reply to: TerryDon79

Just replied above yours. But, hey, you can keep on posting yourself over and over again. That's fine.


And I just edited my reply.



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 08:03 PM
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a reply to: Rezlooper

Do you have a link for her blog?


edit on 1-3-2016 by Witness2008 because: Found it.



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 08:03 PM
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a reply to: TerryDon79

Sorry to hear about your family members. I lost my dad to lung cancer and my grand father. Its a pretty big problem and we need better solutions. Cheaper ones too.

I don't understand what your asking of Rez? You want him to produce statistics?

Promote the conventional 33% if that is good enough for you. You are free as a bird and so are we.



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 08:12 PM
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originally posted by: bitsforbytes
a reply to: TerryDon79

Sorry to hear about your family members. I lost my dad to lung cancer and my grand father. Its a pretty big problem and we need better solutions. Cheaper ones too.

I don't understand what your asking of Rez? You want him to produce statistics?

Promote the conventional 33% if that is good enough for you. You are free as a bird and so are we.


I asked for a simple cure rate question. Nothing even stated that I was being rude I get ignored.

I lost my first step-dad to leukemia, my second to prostate cancer. I've been around cancer most of my years on this planet (37 soon). I know the effects of chemo.

My first step-dad got diagnosed with leukemia and got told he had 6 months to a year. Chemo and radiation gave him the better part of 10 years.

My second step-dad got given 3 months (he missed a checkup and it got found and his next one a year later). He got told 3-6 months. He lasted 2 and a half years with chemo.

My wife, her husband and her brother have tried so many of these so called "natural cures" it is unbelievable. No change in their cancers (outside normal progression) whatsoever.

This bicarb of soda is a new one to me (and my wife) so I thought I'd ask what the success rate was.

Conventional medicine success rate=33%(+ or -)
Natural (or alternative) success rate=??



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 08:13 PM
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originally posted by: Rezlooper
And here is her blog from December 2013, several weeks later and after keeping a log of pH. Urine pH.

The first number always represent the first thing in the morning. Another one (or two) might represent afternoon, and another evening. They are all urine and with the use of a pH strip.




Urine and blood pH are only loosely connected if the kidneys are working properly and you don't have a UTI.

Urine pH tells you what your body's metabolic compensation is doing. If your blood pH is pretty normal and you take bicarb, your kidneys will dump bicarb into the urine to compensate.



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 08:52 PM
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a reply to: TerryDon79

A valid question which is hard to answer. Technically if your body functions well your body is always flushing out cancer, till something happens where cancer builds up and spreads. I will add that this is my understanding, their might be other ways.

Do doctors promote and track who uses other treatments than what is conventionally promoted?

Who would keep track of this?

Teva Pharmaceuticals? Pfizer? Bristol-Myers Squibb? Roche / Genentech (USA)? Pierre Fabre Pharmac.? GlaxoSmithKline?

Maybe an enthusiastic medical student.

If the results are positive, will he have the above give it attention?

Do you think it is in their (listed above) best financial interest to do so?

Maybe this could be a good case for a non-profit organisation to allocate funds too. I am sure I am not the first to think of this. That is something to look into.



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 08:58 PM
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originally posted by: bitsforbytes
a reply to: TerryDon79

A valid question which is hard to answer. Technically if your body functions well your body is always flushing out cancer, till something happens where cancer builds up and spreads. I will add that this is my understanding, their might be other ways.

Do doctors promote and track who uses other treatments than what is conventionally promoted?

Who would keep track of this?

Teva Pharmaceuticals? Pfizer? Bristol-Myers Squibb? Roche / Genentech (USA)? Pierre Fabre Pharmac.? GlaxoSmithKline?

Maybe an enthusiastic medical student.

If the results are positive, will he have the above give it attention?

Do you think it is in their (listed above) best financial interest to do so?

Maybe this could be a good case for a non-profit organisation to allocate funds too. I am sure I am not the first to think of this. That is something to look into.


It doesn't have to be any of the mainstream companies at all. A simple, 100 people with cancer, taking all the same cures and foods and all other variables are identical.

I'm sure some of the "alternative professionals" that sell books and merchandise could afford such a study. i mean, if they wanted solid proof of results. I'm even more positive that people would be willing to pay for their own food (as they normally would) and probably donate some to the research.

Yet this whole thread and the one before it is all about testimonials and no real tests have been done?

And there's no success rate percentage of X amount of people?
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posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 09:00 PM
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a reply to: Witness2008

Agreed, I hope we can all learn something from this. I know I have.



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 09:12 PM
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a reply to: Rezlooper

Thanks Rezlooper for your kind remarks. Paid shills and trolls are everywhere on the internet these days and the best policy is to simply ignore them and not give them any attention for that will swell their heads... and when you don't, their heads will shrink in the opposite direction. If herbs heal me, you, your father, etc, where is the need to prove it to anyone or providing evidence to satisfy some medical board or scoffers... let's flow with life and rejoice in the bounty of nature, the miracles and grace of Divinity, and all we can do for those people is to repeat the forgiveness prayer of the Christ: "Father, forgive them for they know not what they do." They murdered him, didn't they, out of sheer ignorance, anger and fear, hatred, malice, bigotry...

In case you didn't know, there are other powerful herbs for cancer. Here's a list:

lemongrass, graviola/sour sop, papaya (esp leaf extracts) and paw-paw, snake grass, cannabis (THC & hemp oil), cranberry, watercress, apricot kernels (easy to get in Chinese medical stores in Chinatown), avocado (for leukemia), bitter melon (breast cancer), broccolli sulphoraphane (for leukemia), bromelain, aloe vera, Chaga mushroom, Berberine and Bermanine, curcumin + pepper, garlic, Fucoidan, egg plant extract (for skin cancer), mangoes, Indian black salve, mistletoe extract, raspberry, celery, carrot juice, Job's Tears, ginger + barley, grapeseed (cancer of the neck), genudin (Indian plant), Essiac tea, larch arabinose galactan, lycopodium clavatum, magnolia bark, dandelion, melatonin, mint, milk thistle and silymarin (for skin cancer), Nigetlla sativa, olive oil, oyster mushroom, cilantro, resveratrol (for prostate cancer), quercetin + vitamin C, green tea, Tateishi Kazu's broth (Japanese recipe using 5 types of veg).

Non herbal stuff (proceed with care): Iridium & rhodium, hydrogen peroxide, DMSO, kerosene, zeolite.

Energetics/Psychology: visualization, meditation, qigong, taichi, pranayama, etc.

The news I read about how people in Israel would queue outside their doctors' clinics for a herbal cancer cure is interesting. The plant 'lemongrass' is readily available in my part of the world. It is as simple as pouring boiling water over the leaves to make a delicious tea. Medical researchers in Israel are astounded to discover that cancer cells will commit suicide when exposed to the active agents of a simple lemongrass extract. This is an inexpensive way to rid your body of those life-sucking pests. The leaves of graviola/sour sop/annona are just as potent.

Useful criteria when selecting botanicals or other alternatives to combat cancer:

1. Is it locally available
2. Is it affordable
3. Is it easy to apply, without lengthy procedures or time-consuming work

Check out more under Medicine & Natural Medicine at : fetch.news...
Cancer Tutor Website: www.cancertutor.com...

edit on Marpm16 11 20 by Rextiberius because: correction typos

edit on Marpm16 11 20 by Rextiberius because: further corrections



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 09:14 PM
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I just did a very simply google search of "bicarbonate of soda cancer cure rates" and the FIRST link appear?

Cancer Research UK. Don't believe the Hype - 10 persistent cancer myths debunked



    Myth 1: Cancer is a man-made, modern disease
    Myth 2: Superfoods prevent cancer
    Myth 3: ‘Acidic’ diets cause cancer
    Myth 4: Cancer has a sweet tooth
    Myth 5: Cancer is a fungus – and sodium bicarbonate is the cure
    Myth 6: There’s a miracle cancer cure…
    Myth 7: …And Big Pharma are suppressing it
    Myth 8: Cancer treatment kills more than it cures
    Myth 9: We’ve made no progress in fighting cancer
    Myth 10: Sharks don’t get cancer


Any of them look familiar?



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 09:31 PM
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Testimonial doesn't = proof

And let us not forget that

Testimonial doesn't = nothing either

I am sure there are 100s of examples of testimonials in the medical world about cures that turned out to be true. They don't all come from extensive, exhaustive secret chemical formulas that need super scientific minds to work out. Some are and some stem from dumb luck.

Most scientist in the medical industry copy what is already available in nature, they isolate the active ingredient, synthesize it so they can patent and sell it. All anti-depressant copied from a plant, viagra from a plant, aspirine plant, the list can go on and on. The patent is not applied on the plant itself because that is not how you make money, you need to make a slightly altered copy of it. Nature cannot be patented, at least for now.

If someone wants to follow conventional methods and absolutely need scientific papers than they have that option. If I had cancer I would like to know ALL my options and I would try the simplest, less invasive and easiest first.



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 09:37 PM
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originally posted by: bitsforbytes
a reply to: TerryDon79

Testimonial doesn't = proof

And let us not forget that

Testimonial doesn't = nothing either

I am sure there are 100s of examples of testimonials in the medical world about cures that turned out to be true. They don't all come from extensive, exhaustive secret chemical formulas that need super scientific minds to work out. Some are and some stem from dumb luck.

Most scientist in the medical industry copy what is already available in nature, they isolate the active ingredient, synthesize it so they can patent and sell it. All anti-depressant copied from a plant, viagra from a plant, aspirine plant, the list can go on and on. The patent is not applied on the plant itself because that is not how you make money, you need to make a slightly altered copy of it. Nature cannot be patented, at least for now.

If someone wants to follow conventional methods and absolutely need scientific papers than they have that option. If I had cancer I would like to know ALL my options and I would try the simplest, less invasive and easiest first.


Testimonial means nothing without proof. Every testimonial on that site is anonymous with nothing to back it up. Surely if it was real there would have been one person who took the time to compile a comprehensive list of everything done, when it was done, how it was done etc. And it would be repeatable with data and results. But ALL there is is testimonials. No data ANYWHERE to be found. (trust me. Me and my wife have looked everywhere for some data on this and many other alternative medicines).

As for some of those medicines being derived from nature? Well of course. Everything is from nature. There is not a single thing on this planet that wasn't already here in some form or another.

I would like to point out about Viagra though. You do know that Viagra is actually a production of a series of failed tests and side effects? It wasn't originally meant to be what it is now.



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 09:38 PM
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originally posted by: Witness2008
a reply to: Rezlooper

Do you have a link for her blog?



a log of ph results

That was just for that one, and check on her archives for more blogs as she tells about her husbands cancer battle.



posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 09:40 PM
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originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: bitsforbytes
a reply to: TerryDon79

Sorry to hear about your family members. I lost my dad to lung cancer and my grand father. Its a pretty big problem and we need better solutions. Cheaper ones too.

I don't understand what your asking of Rez? You want him to produce statistics?

Promote the conventional 33% if that is good enough for you. You are free as a bird and so are we.


I asked for a simple cure rate question. Nothing even stated that I was being rude I get ignored.

I lost my first step-dad to leukemia, my second to prostate cancer. I've been around cancer most of my years on this planet (37 soon). I know the effects of chemo.

My first step-dad got diagnosed with leukemia and got told he had 6 months to a year. Chemo and radiation gave him the better part of 10 years.

My second step-dad got given 3 months (he missed a checkup and it got found and his next one a year later). He got told 3-6 months. He lasted 2 and a half years with chemo.

My wife, her husband and her brother have tried so many of these so called "natural cures" it is unbelievable. No change in their cancers (outside normal progression) whatsoever.

This bicarb of soda is a new one to me (and my wife) so I thought I'd ask what the success rate was.

Conventional medicine success rate=33%(+ or -)
Natural (or alternative) success rate=??


You were being rude like so many others on this thread. They are very aggressive and I am done with them. There is no success rate because there are only a few testimonials, and no actual studies. I am one testimonial.

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posted on Mar, 1 2016 @ 09:45 PM
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originally posted by: TerryDon79
I just did a very simply google search of "bicarbonate of soda cancer cure rates" and the FIRST link appear?

Cancer Research UK. Don't believe the Hype - 10 persistent cancer myths debunked



    Myth 1: Cancer is a man-made, modern disease
    Myth 2: Superfoods prevent cancer
    Myth 3: ‘Acidic’ diets cause cancer
    Myth 4: Cancer has a sweet tooth
    Myth 5: Cancer is a fungus – and sodium bicarbonate is the cure
    Myth 6: There’s a miracle cancer cure…
    Myth 7: …And Big Pharma are suppressing it
    Myth 8: Cancer treatment kills more than it cures
    Myth 9: We’ve made no progress in fighting cancer
    Myth 10: Sharks don’t get cancer


Any of them look familiar?


Without even clicking into the link.... I wonder who sponsored the site?



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