Thyroid Cancer and Sodium Bicarbonate (甲狀腺癌和碳酸氫鈉)
By Bevin Chu
January 19, 2016
See also: Thyroid Cancer and Laetrile/B17 (甲狀腺癌和苦杏仁/B17)
Thyroid Cancer and Laetrile/B17 (甲狀腺癌和苦杏仁/B17)
Readers who have read my earlier article, Thyroid Cancer and Laetrile/B17 (甲狀腺癌和苦杏仁/B17), know that I beat back my stage 3 thyroid cancer with B17.
What most may not know, is that I suffered a relapse — for two reasons.
One. I underestimated my maintenance dosage. I cut my dosage to one-fifth of my maximum dosage.
Two. I continued to “consume mass quantities” of junk foods such as salty snacks in a bag.
So what did I do in response?
For starters, I increased my B17 dosage. But when my remaining supply ran out sooner than expected, instead of reordering B17, I decided to test out an alternative — sodium bicarbonate.
Numerous online articles describe this treatment. Google: “cancer sodium bicarbonate” and you’ll see. Half of them will purport to “debunk” the treatment. But I know from first hand experience that the “debunkers” are themselves full of bunk.
Sodium bicarbonate fights cancer in a different manner than B17, but yields the same result. Cancer cells die off. Sodium bicarbonate fights cancer by creating an alkaline environment within one’s body. Cancer cells can grow and survive only in an acid environment. Cancer sufferers have acidic systems. Change one’s pH balance from acidic to alkaline, and the cancer cells can no longer survive, and gradually die off.
To make a long story short, I used sodium bicarbonate to treat my cancer for roughly the same amount of time as I did B17. I beat back the cancer a second time with yet another alternative cancer treatment, one that was possibly even more effective, and astonishingly inexpensive to boot. A huge 2 Kg bag of Arm & Hammer Baking Soda costs only 200 something New Taiwan Dollars at Costco in Taipei. That’s roughly 8 US Dollars.
Arm & Hammer Baking Soda
small plastic yogurt spoon
small glass of water
I currently dissolve a small plastic yogurt spoon full of sodium bicarbonate in a small glass of water in the morning each day. I sips from it throughout the day, until it is all consumed, by bedtime. That is my maintenance dose, which evidence suggests is holding the line against a recurrence of the Big C.
NB: I have read that sodium bicarbonate overdosage could lead to alkalosis, which is, shall we say, “not good”. I have honestly related my personal experience with sodium bicarbonate, but I cannot be held responsible for what anyone does with this information. That is his or her own personal responsibility.