One of the tumors that are easiest to treat because of its easily reachable position through the mouth is that of the stomach. Patients I treated 20 years ago lived for a long time without mutilation. Some of them, among which is a relative of mine, are still living.
Administration and dosage: one teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate in one glass of water 30 minutes before breakfast and dinner for 15 days, then only in the morning for another 30 days, making sure that the patient assumes all the positions (prone, supine and lateral) so that contact with the salts is achieved with all the mucus of the organ.
It may happen sometimes that the double daily dosage causes diarrhea discharge, but suspending the evening dose should be able to solve the problem.
Generally the blood in the feces disappears after five to 10 days, digestion begins to normalize and the feeling of heaviness tends to regress with the result that the patient manages to gain weight.
Everything is fairly simple, therefore, when the neoplasia – even of large dimensions – remains confined to the stomach wall and to some peripheral lymphonoids.
In cases where there is a visible spreading in the adjacent structures – especially in the ligaments – stomach cancer, as it is impossible to reach completely, becomes extremely difficult to uproot.
The colonies, in fact, are not touched by the bicarbonate administered in the stomach and work as a receptacle for a more marked proliferation where they cannot be attacked.
They become the reference position for all the others, sustained in the fight for survival by those elements of biochemical solidarity that are at the basis of the formation and of the progression of the masses.
To better understand this concept, one can imagine a great spider web formed by voluminous aggregates in the corners, and elements of linear connection that join them and that work as communication means between the cells. When an element, an aggregation or a great part of the structure is attacked, the alarm signals move from the more exposed colonies to those which remain outside of the field of any toxic substance so that their defense reactions can be activated and increased without limitation. Furthermore, a displacement of nuclear elements from each cell towards a non-endangered location takes place through the porous cellular network, with the result that a greater concentration of noble reproductive structures can work undisturbed, even having the time to perform genetic changes as a function of the noxious agent.
It is in this way that all forms of resistance to drugs and to other compounds (including bicarbonate) is developed, even though when it comes to the latter the adaptation is to be conceived in terms of resistance to the low dosage used in the therapy.
The biological reactive network therefore explains the phenomena of communication and defense between the aggregates, cells and spores that are even quite distant from each other. It also explains the mechanism of the metastases, which are nothing but new fungin masses that have colonized an organ after departing and being fed by the mother colony.
Assuming, however, that the spider web is widespread and that it touches many organs, one can ask why metastases are produced gradually, first in one organ and then in another, and so on. The explanation consists in the fact that, as long as a tissue has integrity and tone – that is, it is reactive – no fungin rooting is possible. When it weakens for a wide variety of causes and during the progression of the disease beyond a certain limit it becomes more susceptible to attack and thus it can be colonized. This is the reason why the main causes of metastasis are often the official therapies, as they produce such tissue suffering as to render those tissues defenseless to the fungi.
Going back to the stomach cancer, the points that are less accessible for the therapy with bicarbonate are the ligaments, starting points for the defense and the regeneration of the colonies. If, besides the ligaments there is also an involvement of other organs, especially the liver, it all becomes even more difficult.
It is therefore appropriate to treat the stomach tumor as soon as possible and with the greatest possible intensity in order to uproot it completely and once and for all before it is able to get itself “organized”. The positioning of a catheter in a perigastric location and an arterial one in the celiac tripod through which it is possible to administer the bicarbonate directly on to the fungin masses can allow the regression of the disease even in complex cases.