Cesium and potassium compete with one another to enter the cancer cell. Cesium is stronger electron attractor and more highly alkaline than potassium therefore more therapeutic in its intended action.
Potassium enters cancer cells readily, usually attached to glucose. If you give potassium at the same time or right before cesium you increase the metabolic activity of that cancer by increasing the amount of glucose the cancer can burn. This lowers overall ph further as increased fermentation cause increased lactic acid, uric acid, carbonic acid, and this is directly counter productive to raising alkalinity.
Also, this warning is specific for people with kidney dysfunction.
Potassium itself is hard on the kidneys, as is sodium.
If given at the same time as cesium, your kidneys are stressed more than they need to be.
SO, any renal impairment whatsoever can cause increase in kidney damage.
But if you take potassium after cesium it will enter cancer cells as empty glucose. It will not have glucsose attatched to it.
Because cancer, if alkalized, doesn't have the strong negative polarity needed to pull the weakened but opposite polarity of the potassium-glucose molecule.
Simply stated, potassium without glucose enters the cell before potassium carrying glucose. This inturn deprives cancer of glucose it needs and makes it easier to raise overall internal ph of cancer by keeping fermentation at minimal levels.
Just give potassium two hours after cesium!
keep up the good work.