Cesium Chloride Protocol

The Cesium Chloride Protocol



You should have your blood uric acid, electrolytes, potassium, magnesium, calcium and sodium levels checked at least once every 2 or 3 weeks, even if you take the recommended dosage of Theta potassium and Ionic Coral Calcium. The potassium may become too high or too low or the magnesium or calcium levels may become too low (you must take the Ionic Coral Calcium for the calcium and magnesium)!! Uric acid levels, which can damage the kidneys if they become too high, rise due to the amount of DNA released by the dead cancer cells. At 3 grams of ionic cesium chloride a day, it is unlikely the uric acid levels will rise very much, but if they do the drug Xyloprim will take care of the problem. Furthermore, hypokalemia (too little potassium in the blood serum) and hyperkalemia (too much potassium in the blood serum) can lead to a dangerous irregular heartbeat! Contact your physician if increased fatigue, irregular heartbeat or significant blood pressure changes occur during treatment. 

It is also important to look for TRENDS in potassium levels. For example, suppose your first reading for potassium is 4.5 then 3 weeks later it is 4.3 and 3 weeks after that it is 3.8 (these are actual numbers from a cancer patient). All of these are within acceptable ranges. However, if this TREND continues, the next reading will not be within acceptable ranges. If you see a trend like this, you should immediately increase your dose of potassium by 1 tablespoon until you get more readings!! Of course, if the trend is going up and is about to go off the chart, you should reduce your dose by 1 tablespoon. Generally, however, if the dose does need to be changed, it needs to be increased. 

Understanding How Cesium Chloride Works

For a variety of reasons, sufficient oxygen sometimes cannot get into normal cells. This may be because a microbe gets into the cells or something is preventing the oxygen from getting into the cells (such as trans-fatty acids sticking to the sides of normal cells). When the level of oxygen that gets into a normal cell becomes too low, the normal cell will convert to becoming anaerobic. 

A Nobel Prize was awarded for proving that cancer cells are anaerobic, meaning they do not burn oxygen, but rather they ferment glucose in order to get their energy. 

"Over seventy-five years ago Dr. Otto Warburg published a Nobel Prize winning paper describing the environment of the cancer cell. A normal cell undergoes an adverse change when it can no longer take up oxygen to convert glucose into energy by oxidation. In the absence of oxygen the cell reverts to a primitive nutritional program to sustain itself, converting glucose, by fermentation. The lactic acid produced by fermentation lowers the cell pH (acid/alkaline balance) and destroys the ability of DNA and RNA to control cell division… the cancer cells begin to multiply unchecked. The lactic acid simultaneously causes intense local pain and destroys cell enzymes. Therefore, cancer appears as a rapidly growing outer cell mass with a core of dead cells

In the absence of oxygen, glucose undergoes fermentation to create lactic acid. This causes the cell pH to drop from between 7.3 to 7.2 down to 7 and later to 6.5; in more advanced stages of cancer and in metastases the pH drops to 6.0 and even 5.7. 

With the low pH, cancer cells thrive. However, because the cancer cells are burning glucose (and creating lactic acid), enormous amounts of energy are pulled from non-cancerous cells. In the "cachexia cycle," the liver converts the lactic acid back to glucose, which also consumes enormous amounts of energy. Thus, the cancer cells convert glucose to lactic acid, the lactic acid travels to the liver; the liver converts the lactic acid back to glucose, which then travels back to the cancer cell. This cycle consumes an enormous amount of energy. 

Cesium has been proven by Dr. A. Keith Brewer, PhD, to get into cancer cells, when other nutrients cannot. 


makes the cancer cell alkaline,

limits the intake of glucose into the cell (thus starving the cell),

neutralizes the lactic acid (which is actually what causes the cell to multiply uncontrollably) and makes it nontoxic, and

stops the fermentation process, which is a second affect of limiting the glucose.

Ionic cesium chloride works by making cancer cells highly alkaline, typically 8.0 and above, thus killing the cancer cell. Cesium chloride not only kills cancer cells, it immediately stops the metastasis of the cancer, can shrink tumor masses within weeks, and almost always stops the pain of cancer within 12 to 36 hours. 

"Many tests on humans have been carried out by H. Nieper in Hannover, Germany and by H. Sartori in Washington, DC as well as by a number of other physicians. On the whole, the results have been very satisfactory. It has been observed that all pains associated with cancer disappear within 12 to 24 hr, except in a very few cases where there was a morphine withdrawal problem that required a few more hours.

Note that it is the CANCER CELL, not the blood that rises to 8.0 or above. The body keeps the blood within a small range of pH. 

The Cesium Chloride Protocol directly targets cancer cells. Normal cells do not ingest the cesium chloride. 

The Treatment Protocol

The first product is "High Dose Ionic Cesium Chloride Concentrate.” The dose is one tablespoon twice a day with food. Each tablespoon is 1.5 grams (e.g. 1,500 mg), making a daily total of 3 grams. Or 1000mg 3 times a day. 

Adults should NOT TAKE LESS THAN 3 GRAMS A DAY OF CESIUM CHLORIDE except on the days they have off (which will be discussed below)! 

When you take too little cesium chloride it can HELP your cancer cells grow because it does not raise the pH of the cancer cells enough to kill them. This is the main reason cesium chloride should not be used as a cancer prevention substance. 

The ratio of potassium should be increased to the 1:1 level because too many people were getting low in potassium. Even with the 1:1 ratio, measured in milligrams, some cancer patients still get slightly low in potassium and have to increase their potassium to 6 tablespoons of potassium with each tablespoon of cesium chloride. 

Note: The cesium chloride, rubidium and potassium should ALWAYS be taken with food!! 

Drink lots of restructured water with this treatment. It would be best to drink close to a gallon a day. 

The Pattern of Taking the Cesium Chloride and Potassium

Now comes the complicated part. You should take the Cesium for 7 days then stop for 3 days (note: some people prefer 5 days on and 2 days off - use whatever works best for you). Take the potassium EVERY DAY because the cesium chloride has been building up in the body during the 7 days. You stop taking the cesium and potassium completely after 90 days (or longer if you are still feeling fine). 

However, if you have symptoms of cesium saturation, you should stop taking it before the 90 days is up. The symptoms vary widely, but here are some examples:


  • numbness in the face: lips, chin or nose
  • an extreme muscle weakness, such as in the legs
  • very dry and scaly skin, which may split open or cause extreme itchiness
  • frequent urination, far more often than normal (make sure you do not confuse this with having to the bathroom due to the large amount of water you should consume).
A person should note that some of these symptoms are also symptoms of an excessive level of potassium in the blood serum (i.e. hyperkalemia). That is one of many reasons your potassium level should be checked every 2 or 3 weeks. 

These symptoms and perhaps others are signs to stop taking the cesium (and perhaps potassium) for a few days before starting again. This will now be explained in more detail. 

If you cannot complete the treatment for the full 90 days, try to make it at least 60 days. If you reach saturation or have too many toxins being released, and you are ill, stop taking all of these products for 3 to 5 days and let the body try to clear out all of the toxins. Then try to continue on to reach the 60 or 90 days. If you get ill a second time then stop the Cesium Chloride Protocol completely and move to another treatment. 

Should the Cesium Chloride Protocol be Repeated?

There are many people who want to use 2 or 3 Cesium Chloride Protocols, or more. However, if the symptoms of cancer are essentially over, it would be wise to move to a less strenuous treatment.

However, if you think the first Cesium Chloride Protocol worked for you, and if you think you still have a long way to go in treating your cancer, then do it again!! 

What patients who want to repeat the treatment typically do is wait one month between Cesium Chloride Protocols to give time for their body to detoxify and, quite frankly, recover. People who have been on chemotherapy may see some really toxic sludge (this sludge is probably old chemotherapy drugs) coming out of their skin while on cesium chloride. 

However, be aware that the cesium chloride takes many months to completely leave your body. Thus, there is ALWAYS a potential problem with cesium saturation happening more quickly when taking a second and third cesium treatment. This is not a warning against using cesium two or three times, rather it is a warning to watch more closely for cesium saturation the second or third time you are on it. 

For Very Advanced Cancer Patients

If the cancer patient has less than 4 months to live, it may be necessary to increase the dosage of cesium chloride for one or two or three weeks, before going on the normal dose. During the major study mentioned above, patients who only had days to live were given as much 9 grams of cesium chloride, three times a day. 

Another situation that might justify using more than 3 grams a day is if the 3 grams a day dosage does not seem to be working. 

I am not going to recommend any specific dosage for any specific situation; this should be decided on by the family on a case-by-case basis. It is a risk-benefit trade-off. But I will say that those with very advanced cancer should consider taking higher doses for between one and three weeks, and then go on the 3 grams a day thereafter. 

Options to consider would be rather than take 1.5 grams twice a day (3 grams total):

  • take 2 grams, 3 times a day (6 grams total)
  • take 3 grams, 3 times a day (9 grams total) [for no more than two weeks]
  • take 5 grams, 3 times a day (15 grams total) [for no more than one week]
The seven days on, three days off should still apply. As mentioned above, these doses should probably not be taken for more than one, two or three weeks. 

If you take more than 3 grams of cesium chloride a day, it is important to also increase the amount of potassium and Coral Calcium you take. The ratio of 1:1:1 of Cesium:Theta Potassium:Theta Magnesium, in milligrams, always applies. 

ALL patients on cesium chloride should drink plenty of restructured water in order to protect the kidneys. This is especially important for those who take more than 3 grams a day of cesium chloride. The 1:1:1 of Cesium:Theta Potassium:Theta Magnesium, in milligrams, is not as well established for very high doses of cesium chloride, thus it is necessary to drink up to 1 gallon of water a day in order to flush any excess potassium. 

It is also important to insure that the blood levels (e.g. potassium, calcium, etc. levels) are checked no less than every 10 days while on the higher doses.

Measuring your pH

As mentioned above, it is the cancer cell pH that must be raised to 8.0 or above. The human blood cannot be raised to a level of 8.0, because you would die before that happened. Your body does an amazing number of things to keep your blood pH at a fairly constant level. Unfortunately, when a person has a highly acidic diet, some of these things lead to major health problems. That is how desperate the body is to maintain a constant overall pH. 

So how do you know when your cancer cells have a pH of 8.0 or above? You can't. Some people talk about measuring the pH of the blood, lymph, saliva or urine to try to determine whether the pH of the cancer cells is high enough. It won't work: 

At present no tests can accurately gauge how acid you are because current diagnostic methods reveal only that acid wastes are present in body fluids (blood, lymph, urine, mucous, and saliva). Such tests never give a reliable indicator of how much acid waste is actually in the system, because the fluids are always running through the tissues attempting to remove these excess tissue acid wastes. Therefore, although it is possible to measure body fluid as being alkaline or acid, it is impossible to evaluate the state of body tissues (skin, organs, glands, muscles, ligaments, arteries and vessels) based solely on blood, urine, or saliva tests. 

Unfortunately, waste acids that are not eliminated when they should be are reabsorbed from the colon into the liver and put back into general circulation. They then deposit in the tissues. It is these tissue residues that determine sickness or health!

The only real way to tell if your tissue is acidic or alkaline is to analyze your diet. 

In short, the best way to insure your pH obtains a level of 8.0 or above is to follow the protocol in this article and make sure you don't partake of too many acidic foods or drinks (such as soda pop), meaning follow the "cancer diet."  As well, you should read Dr. Wolfe’s books “Reclaim Your Inner Terrain” and “Spoiled Rotten” for more information. 

Required Supplements

Because the Cesium Chloride Protocol is generally only taken by Stage IV cancer patients or those with fast growing cancers or tumors, it is important that any patient on the Cesium Chloride Protocol actually follow the complete protocol.