Treatment with the combined protocol C+EK
Diseases to be treated with the combined C+EK protocol:
- Breast cancer
30 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.
10ml of CDS per liter of water, once a day before bedtime or every 2 days, for 2 weeks.
Dilute 50% CDS 50% distilled water and spray the area.
Dilute 3 teaspoons DMSO and 1 teaspoon of water and apply with massage in the area.
Tips on the C+EK Combined Protocol
Take infusions of Artemisa anua, boil a tablespoon for each cup 3 times a day.
Consume 15gr a day of fresh kalanchoe daigremontana leaves in salads or smoothies.
Definition of diseases treated with combined C+EK protocol
It is an abnormal growth of the breast cells, it is the most frequent tumor among women, the growth of the cells without control forms a tumor that is detected on x-ray or can be felt.
Lumps can be generated in the breasts that are not malignant tumors but have to be controlled by the doctor.
Ductal cancer, originate in the ducts that carry breast milk to the nipple.
Lobulillar cancer, these begin in the milk-producing glands.
Angiosarcoma or tumor filodes are less common to originate in connective tissue.
Sarcomas or lymphomas form in the tissue that forms the breast.
Inflammatory breast cancer, is rare, there is inflammation, cancer cells block lymphatic vessels in the skin.
Paget disease of the breast, cancer affects the skin of the nipple and areola, affects one breast only.
Triple-negative breast cancer, the cells do not contain estrogen or progesterone receptors, it grows and spreads faster, it affects more black women under the age of 40.
- Nipple inversion
- Granule-shaped foot
- Changes in the skin of the breast
- Flaking or crusts around the nipple/li>
- Redness in some area of the breast
- Changes in the shape, color, or appearance of the nipple
- Lump located in the breast may be painful to the touch or not
To act against breast cancer treatments such as:
Local treatment, in most cases surgery is performed to clean the area where the tumor formed accompanied by radiation therapy or chemotherapy to ensure that there are no cancer cells left that can develop over time.
Systemic treatments include hormone therapy, targeted therapy, or immunotherapy.