Hi Folks -
Baking soda seems to have been a hot topic on many forums while I was off at a convention and then out trysting with nature.
I first heard about the "new" baking soda cancer cure back in May on my oleandersoup Yahoo forum. In the interim, I did a bit of checking and decided that taking baking soda, while hardly new or a "cure", did make good sense, but that the initial reports of 90 plus percent cure rates were far overblown. Maybe such success rates are accurate for candida, but certainly not for cancer.
Regardless of the success rates, when the treatment does eliminate existing cancer it still does little to address the underlying causes that led to the cancer. And, in my opinion, there are better ways of oxygenating the cells and body and raising pH - such as liquid ionic cesium chloride. Or H202.
The "new" the baking soda treatment has been reported to have been pioneered by Dr. Tullio Simoncini of Italy, although baking soda has been used before to help raise pH and oxygenate. As far as I can tell, the "pioneer" part comes from Dr. Simoncini's contention that ALL cancer is caused by candida and his use of administering the baking soda intravenously in liquid form (5%) via strategically located catheters placed into the closest veins that feed the cancer or body cavities.
I am not sold on the Candida theory and the intravenous delivery method is not one you want to try at home. If you take a look at the descriptions of the actual cases (listed under "SOME OF THE MANY CASES TREATED" on the webpage of http://www.curenaturalicancro.com/) you will see that the actual cure rates, even the cases they decided to use as examples, fall far short of the reported success rates seen in forum posts and on websites lately - and, since they all do involve intravenous delivery, it is not likely to be the same as simply dissolving a tablespoon or two in water, or taking a baking soda or epsom salts bath.
Regarding the maple syrup and baking soda "bomb" (aka The Jim Kelmun Protocol http://www.cancertutor.com/Cancer02/Kelmun.html), if one takes a look at the Cancertutor site, you will find that the protocol is not rated among the strongest treatments.
The bottom line for me: I like it, and baking soda is no doubt a good tool to add, along with other oxygenating minerals, into an overall protocol of anti-cancer and immune boosting supplements, diet and lifestyle choices - but would never be something I would choose as the only, or even as a primary, tool to beat cancer.
Live long, live healthy, live happy!
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