Published on December 16, 2016, Last modified on January 25, 2017
Treating cancer with the triad of voltage, alkalinity and oxygen is an interesting new approach because it treats the fundamental reasons cancer cells form and get aggressive. What is most interesting is that voltage, alkalinity and oxygen levels track each other. They all increase or decrease together yet we can use treatment approaches that focus on each of the triads arms.
Cancer thrives in an acidic low voltage low oxygen environment, and doesn’t survive in a normal, more alkaline (high voltage) environment. Cancer cells make your body more acidic as they produce lactic acid.
The spread or metastases of cancer is inversely proportional to the amount of oxygen and the acidity around the cancer cells. The more oxygen, the slower the cancer spreads. The less oxygen and the higher the acidity the faster the cancer spreads. If cancer cells get enough oxygen, they will die (cancer cells are anaerobic). If you deprive a group of cells of vital oxygen (their primary source of energy), some will die, but others will manage to alter their genetic software program and mutate and be able to live without oxygen.
Combination Treatment Approach to Treating Cancer
Combined with other treatment approaches regulating cell voltage is another way of treating cancer. Researchers in the US have already found out that simply regulating the voltage of tumorous cells could be enough to stop them spreading out of control but when combined with oxygen (hyperbaric chambers), sodium bicarbonate, remineralization and super nutrition we have a cancer approach that is worth consideration.
Low-level electromagnetic fields are known and used to halt cancer cell growth. Voltage is synonymous with electromagnetic fields. Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) is FDA approved to promote the healing of non-healing bone unions and has been used in Europe for over 20 years with individuals with cancer, migraines, sports related injuries, wound healing and other pain syndromes.
In layman’s terms, low-frequency pulses create a brief, intense voltage around each cell. The mitochondria within the cell grab some of this energy. This, in turn, makes the cell more efficient at producing ATP and delivering oxygen throughout the body. Using microcurrent is a more direct way of bathing cells with voltage boosting ATP production even higher than PEMF techniques though the two can and should be used together.