We started writing about quinones 9 years ago and screamed about Dr. William Koch and Germany's use of quinones.
Many quinones are active as the react readily to oxygen and oxygen transport and electron transport. Mitochondria is an electron transport organ. It can be disrupted by anything that steals or breaks that chain. Mitochondria are suppose to increase in hypoxic cells as a means to combat said hypoxia, however if fermentation kicks in, then mitochondria not needed but the cell remains dysfunctional and acidic.
This lends itself to inflammation and hyperplasia. Precursors to cancer.
The quinones are most easiest absorbed of all the phenols. When they restore alkalinity and oxygen to the cell, then the mitochondria functions well. When the cell has an abundance of oxygen this creates oxidative stress. To use this oxygen inside the cell, additional mitochondria can form in the cell to increase oxygen utilization.
This type of quinone is not the only thing that does this. Ozone is shown to have similar affects only the absorption is limited due to membrane polarity issues and membrane inflammation. So, every cancer protocol should include an array of quinones. Anthroquinones, methyl quinones, double and triple ringed quinones.
They should not be the only bullet used in this war. They should be a part of a comprehensive protocol using simple, medium and complex quinones or polyphenols.
There should always be a good supply of heavy minerals as well.
Thanks for bringing this research to the forefront today.