posted on Oct, 21 2009 @ 11:30 PM
reply to post by nwodeath
I have been following the progress of two people with psoriasis and two with cancer who are using the application of bicarb and iodine.
The first with psoriasis is a man in his forties who has had it on his face head and body since his teen years. He has used every proprietary
solution offered to him without success. He started making a paste of bicarb and water and applying it to the lesions about 10 minutes before his
morning shower and drinking a quarter teaspoon dissolved in a litre of water each day for six days and then six days off. The psoriasis disappeared
after only two cycles and has not returned after six months. He stopped the paste once the lesions were gone but continues to drink the water on a
week on week off basis.
A women in her seventies had two pads of psoriasis on her knees, each was about a half centimeter thick. She had used various teatments over fifteen
years to resolve it including a chemotherapy agent but without any success. She began applying a iodine solution to the lesions and it began to
gradually peel off in layers. She also blended 1x bicarb to 3x honey on a warm stove and had half-teaspoon 2x day between meals. Lesions also began
appearing high on her back which she painted with iodine solution. As they resolved new lesions appeard below them and over two weeks they progressed
down her back, buttocks and the back of her legs to the back of her knees. It was as if the fungus from the psoriasis on her knees had moved up into
her body and then retreated as she treated the lesions and changed her Ph.
I am currently aware of a women diagnosed with breast cancer who is reversing all objective markers and reducing the tumor size with a form of oxygen
therapy and direct fine-needle bicarb solution injected into the tumor. She is a Natural physician and doing it with medical supervision.
Another women I know was diagnosed Non-hodgkins Lympoma has after five years of treatment with 'natural' alkalysing and/or anti-fungal agents and
maintenance of nutrients has returned all objective assessments to normal levels, including radiological images of lesions in the thorasic and
abdominal areas and all bloods.
This approach can work but it is no 'magic-bullet'...
...it requires the consistent application of treatment.
[edit on 21-10-2009 by troubleshooter]