Cesium is a powerful alkalizer that can be used to combat cancers and infectious organisms that dislike alkaline conditions.

Cesium Therapy works quickly on cancer, but it’s a treatment that needs to be done under the guidance of a knowledgeable healer or health practitioner. Used as a stand-alone treatment on advanced, terminal cancers that have been unresponsive to conventional treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery, cesium has about a 50% cure rate. However, when Cesium Therapy is used in conjunction with other appropriate treatments on cancers that have not been treated with chemo, radiation, or cancers, the cure rate is close to 100%.

Detailed Information

Cesium is an alkaline mineral that can produce an alkaline environment in the body. The alkaline environment makes it impossible for non-pH-neutral cancer cells to survive. In the presence of a highly alkaline mineral like cesium, cancer cells take only 2 to 3 days to die. Though it is possible to self-administer cesium at home, it is best to seek out a health practitioner with experience administering the Cesium Therapy because this treatment protocol can cause high uric levels and low potassium levels in the body that could lead to severe health problems [2][3].


In areas of the world where the nutrient content of food includes high levels of alkali metals such as rubidium and cesium, the incidence of cancer is extremely low. High levels of rubidium and cesium are found in the soil in these regions [7].


Cesium Therapy is based on the following theory of cancer development [1]:


  1. A cancer-causing molecule attaches to the surface of a human cell. This attachment happens because the human cell is in an energized state, which likely resulted from prolonged irritation of some kind [1][3].
  2. In the absence of oxygen, glucose inside the cell undergoes a fermentation process and turns into lactic acid. The lactic acid lowers the cell’s pH down to 6.5 (acidic) [1][3].
  3. DNA loses its proper sequence when bathed in the acidic environment inside the cell. Amino acids that are entering the cell are changed as well as RNA. The cell loses its control mechanisms. Chromosomal changes may then occur [1].
  4. In the acid environment of the cell, cellular enzymes are changed. A scientist named Von Ardenne showed that lysosomal enzymes turn into very toxic substances in an acidic environment. These toxins kill the cells at the core of the tumor. So, tumors consist of a thin layer of rapidly growing cells surrounding a dead core. Acidic toxins leak out of the tumor, poisoning the cancer patient. These toxins cause the pain that’s normally associated with cancer. The toxins can also act as cancer-causing agents themselves [1].


Cesium Therapy was developed by Dr. A. K. Brewer, chief of the National Bureau of Standards and Mass Spectrometer and Isotope Section. His primary interest had to do with cellular membrane behavior. He devised a study to examine the effects of cesium on cancer and treated 30 cancer patients. All of them survived [2][3].


Another study investigated the use of Cesium Therapy on 50 patients who had been diagnosed with various cancers including the following:


  1. Breast cancer
  2. Colon cancer
  3. Prostate cancer
  4. Pancreatic cancer
  5. Lung cancer
  6. Liver cancer
  7. Lymphoma
  8. Ewing sarcoma of the pelvis
  9. Adeno-cancer of the gallbladder
  10. Adenocarcinoma
  11. Leukemia
  12. Polycythemia vera
  13. Metastatic cancers
  14. Cancer of unknown primary [3][6]


These patients were considered terminal and hopeless. They had been unresponsive to surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy interventions. The treatment offered to these patients included CsCl (cesium chloride) as well as vitamin & mineral supplements, chelating agents, selenium salts, potassium salts, and magnesium salts. They also followed a special cancer diet [6].


In this study of 50 participants who had been labeled as hopeless by doctors of conventional medicine, Cesium Therapy had a 50% cure rate. And the patients in this study consistently experienced a disappearance of the pain associated with their cancer within 3 days of starting the cesium protocol. Of the patients who did not survive, autopsies revealed an absence of cancer cells in most cases [6].


An animal study examined how rats inoculated with Novikoff’s hepatoma responded to cesium and potassium treatment. The study demonstrated that there is a dose-dependent paradoxical effect, meaning that if too little of the cesium chloride is administered, it can actually cause an increase in the growth of cancer cells. This is because if too little cesium chloride is given it can raise the pH of the cancer cell into the range of optimal mitosis and cellular division. Past this point (around pH 6.5), however, the cell dies. So patients need to be sure that they take just the right amount of cesium chloride and potassium to achieve the desired effects (not too much, not too little). Studies also suggest that in order for Cesium Therapy to be effective, there needs to be a balance between cesium and potassium levels in the body. That’s why it’s important to contact a knowledgeable healthcare professional to advise you on the proper way to administer this treatment [1][2][8][9].  

Cesium Therapy Politics

Cesium Therapy is threatening to pharmaceutical companies and other healthcare providers that rely on cancer as a primary profit-generator [3]. The Cesium Protocol is one of the cancer cures that has been dubiously labeled “unproven”. In real science, it is rare for anything to be “proven” or “disproven” beyond a shadow of a doubt, but the use of the word “unproven” is one that was carefully selected by large organizations like the American Cancer Association. For average people, the word “unproven” is powerful and emotionally charged. The word “unsafe” is another word that’s used to describe cancer treatments that are actually much safer than chemotherapy, surgery, or radiation. The word “unsafe” is a word that has nothing to do with the treatment’s effects on the body. The author G. Edward Griffin investigated the word “unsafe” as it is used to described treatments like Cesium Therapy and found that it is used to describe treatments that are “unsafe” in terms of the survival of big pharmaceutical companies that would be threatened financially if the public became aware of said cancer treatment. By using the adjective “unsafe” by itself, without specifying exactly what is unsafe, pharmaceutical companies have been able to mislead the public without officially lying [13][14].


Big organizations and corporations in the United States offer no funding for research for treatments like Cesium Therapy that show promise because cesium is a naturally occurring substance and therefore it can’t be patented (and as a result, it is not profitable). Despite the lack of funding, scientific studies have demonstrated that Cesium Therapy is significantly more effective than chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery at treating cancer [1][3][6][7][8][9][14].

How Cesium Therapy/High pH Therapy is Administered

According to Dr. Brewer, Cesium Therapy is administered using the protocol that follows. Patients are encouraged to get the advice and assistance of a doctor who’s knowledgeable about the Cesium Chloride Protocol. The Wolfe Clinic in Tennessee and The Conners Clinic in Minnesota offer cesium chloride treatment as well as guidance and support over the phone (as I understand it) to make sure that patients don’t experience seriously low levels of potassium or high levels of uric acid during their treatment. The recipe below is much simpler than what doctors today recommend using for the Cesium Therapy Protocol, but the authors wanted to offer an abbreviated recipe here to give patients an idea of what’s involved in the treatment protocol. Again, however, the authors suggest contacting a practitioner knowledgeable in the administration of this protocol for guidance and to get the best results from the treatment. The Wolfe Clinic advises taking days off (7 days on, 3 days off for 1,2, or 3 weeks at a time) from their treatment protocol (which includes cesium, theta potassium, theta magnesium, and ionic coral calcium in a 1:1:1:1 ratio at normal doses) to allow the body to detoxify [5].



Don’t attempt the Cesium Chloride Protocol without guidance from a knowledgeable healthcare professional!


Patients are given the following ingredients 3 times per day after consuming:


  1. 3 to 6 grams of cesium chloride  

               *up to 6 grams of Cesium Chloride, 3 times per day in divided doses (2000 mg per dose) is acceptable for terminal cancer patients [1]. Take each dose after eating. Some doctor have added Cesium Chloride to a sorbitol solution to reduce nausea. 

                *adults should never take less than 3 grams of Cesium Chloride per day because doing so can promote  tumor growth [5]. Take 3-6 grams of Cesium Chloride in divided doses throughout the day.


  1. 5 to 10 grams of vitamin C


  1. 100,000 units of vitamin A


  1. 50 to 100 mg of zinc


  1. 100-200 mcg of selenium


  1. Laetrile/Vitamin B17 – 500 mg per day + [1][2]


The toxic dose of cesium chloride is 135 grams, but at 6 grams per day, patients experience no toxic effects as long as the treatment is not ongoing. Administering 6 grams of cesium chloride per day is enough to raise the pH of cancer cells to an alkaline level [1].


The presence of cesium salts in body fluids neutralizes the acidic toxins given off by cancer cells. All pain from cancer typically disappears within 12 to 24 hours. Patients see a rapid shrinkage of tumors. Dr. Brewer’s work demonstrated that a majority of terminal cancer patients will get better and even be able to go back to work using cesium therapy. Tumor shrinkage is rapid. One woman had two 8 to 10 cm tumors (one on her chest and one on her thyroid gland). She’d been given 3 to 6 months to live. She was told to follow the recipe given above, but instead, out of fear for her life, she took 50 grams of the cesium chloride (be aware that in super high doses, cesium chloride can be deadly) the first week. The tumors became soft. She did the same thing the second week. During this second week of treatment, the tumors shrank and disappeared [1].


Some researchers have experimented with intraperitoneal injection of cesium carbonate in mice who’d been given abdominal tumors. The cesium carbonate had a 97% cure rate [1][7][8][9].


Possible Negative Effects

Several doctors have tried administering cesium chloride in lower doses, but they actually found that at a dose of 0.5 grams per day, cesium chloride can promote tumor growth. That’s because at a low dose such as this, the cesium chloride raises the acidic cancer cell’s pH into a range that increases mitosis. When more cesium chloride is given, the pH rises to a higher level beyond the range that favors mitosis and with a high enough dose, the cancer cell’s internal environment becomes alkaline and then cancer cells die [1][2].


Possible Side Effects




A scientist named Hans Nieper felt that nausea from cesium therapy could be lessened by administering the cesium in a solution of sorbitol. Sorbitol is a naturally occurring sugar alcohol that has about half the sweetness of sucrose [1][10].




Diarrhea may be caused by the high dose of vitamin C that’s part of the Cesium Protocol. Also, cesium is a nerve stimulant so it can also cause diarrhea. The use of Laetrile with the Cesium Therapy Protocol can lessen the diarrhea, however [1].


Other Important Information

Ethnic groups that have low levels of cancer also tend to have high levels of cesium or rubidium in their soil which means that fruits and vegetables grown in the soil also have high levels of these elements. Volcanic soil tends to have a high cesium and rubidium content [7].


Herxheimer/Detoxification Reactions

When a number of cancer cells die at the same time, the body’s ability to eliminate the die-off toxins may be overwhelmed causing a Detoxification Reaction. The liver is the most important organ involved in detoxifying the body. Symptoms of die-off resemble the flu and can include headache, nausea, and skin rashes. Though unpleasant, these symptoms indicate that the body is removing toxins and dead cancer cells. The herb milk thistle (also known as Silymarin) can help increase the liver’s ability to eliminate toxins. While doing Cesium Therapy, some experts recommend taking milk thistle [3][4].


When cancer cells die, their decomposed DNA turns into uric acid and the uric acid is excreted by the kidneys. When Cesium is taken in high dosages (20 grams or more daily), uremia can develop as the kidneys struggle to keep up with removal of the uric acid. It’s important to avoid developing uremia from the high uric acid levels in the body so some healthcare practitioners advise that patients take the drug Zyloprim (Allopurinol). This drug has been suggested as a concomitant therapy with Cesium. Zyloprim can help lower blood levels of uric acid by shifting the breakdown of proteins so that the body produces less uric acid [4].


Cancer cells are made up of a core of dead cells surrounded by an outer layer of cells that are growing rapidly. A fibrin meshwork that’s 13 to 15 times thicker than what’s found in healthy, normal cells surrounds cancer cells. This fibrin mesh is like armor for the cancer cell. It makes it difficult for killer lymphocytes, phagocytes, and cytokines to destroy them.


Pancreatic enzymes are an important part of cancer prevention and treatment. Natural aging processes can diminish a patient’s ability to manufacture pancreatic enzymes. These enzymes are important because they digest the fibrin mesh around cancer cells. Pancreatic enzymes are not only excreted into the digestive system, but they also circulate in the blood stream and attack cancer cells and pathogens. Dr. Howenstein uses Vitalzyme with the enzyme serrapeptase, raising the dose are regular intervals until patients see an improvement in their health. Start the dose at 3 tablets, 3 times a day on an empty stomach [1][4][11].


Healthy, normal cells won’t absorb cesium because their membranes have a different electrical charge than cancer cells and other pathogens [4].


It is best to ingest cesium in liquid form because cesium as a capsule can sometimes get lodged in the stomach or small intestine where it could cause a perforation in those organs [4].


Some patients develop signs of potassium depletion while doing Cesium Therapy. This is another compelling reason why patients should seek out a health practitioner to administer Cesium Therapy. Potassium levels and uric acid blood levels should be monitored throughout treatment [3].


Other Important Information:

Dr.  Johanna Budwig, a well-respected expert on curing cancer through diet recommended using Cesium Therapy along with the Budwig Diet as a powerful anti-cancer protocol.

Ionic Rubidium or Ionic Potassium are alternatives to cesium therapy that are sometimes easier to find or obtain.

For More Information About Cesium Therapy


The A. Keith Brewer International Science Library

325 N. Central Avenue

Richland Center, WI 53581





Cesium Chloride Liquid Vendors:


Essence of Life: 1-417-546-8220



Rainbow Minerals: 1-800-642-9670


The Wolfe Clinic: 1-877-359-6950



Be aware that sometimes the Cesium Therapy Protocol materials “get lost in the mail”. An alternative to the Cesium Protocol is the Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate) Protocol [15].


Vitalzym Vendor:


Vitalzym is available through the Natural Health Team at 1-800-416-2806.


Clinics That Offer Cesium Treatment:


Conners Clinic

8519 Eagle Point Blvd., Suite 170

Lake Elmo, MN 55042




The Wolfe Clinic

5959 Shallowford Rd., Suite 317

Chattanooga, TN 37421-2215



Other Diseases That Can Be Treated with Cesium


Cesium salts are also very effective at regulating heart arrhythmias. It’s important to work with a health practitioner who’s familiar with using cesium for heart arrhythmias because the cesium acts as an analog for potassium and competes with potassium for neural ion channels. [12].


The alkali metals all share certain characteristics and since cesium is one of the alkali metals, (along with lithium), it can be used to treat bipolar disorder.


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