Treatment with the combined protocol C+EKT
Diseases to be treated with the combined C+EKT 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.
Start with 2ml of CDS in a glass of water every hour, 8 times a day.
From the second day increase by 1ml the dose and take every 2 hours, 4 times a day until completing the week.
Keep the 7ml every 2 hours for 5 weeks.
Continue with 3ml every hour until full recovery.
Tips on the C+EKT Combined Protocol
Take infusions of Artemis annua, boil one tablespoon of sagebrush for each cup, 3 times a day.
Consume 15gr a day of fresh kalanchoe daigremontana leaves in salads or smoothies.
in very severe cases the c+ protocol is replaced by the t protocol..
Definition of diseases treated with combined protocol C+EKT
Lymphoma is a cancer that originates in the lymphatic system, with a change in a type of white blood cell, they pile up forming a mass of cells that cluster in the lymph nodes or in other parts of the body.
It presents as swollen lymph nodes that may or may not be painful, if they are in accessible areas such as english, neck or armpit, but in less accessible places such as abdomen, mediastinum may go unnoticed.
There is one type of lymphoma that is named Hodgkin's disease, the rest are known as non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Symptoms of Hodgkin lymphoma is the enlargement of one or more lymph nodes and usually painless.
90% of cases are non-Hodgkin lymphomas
Non-Hodgkin lymphoma symptoms:
- Chest pain
- Persistent cough
- General weakness
- Night sweats
- Rapid weight loss
- Abdominal pain and inflammation
- Swollen lymph nodes in the neck, armpits, or groin
Treatment is based on the type of lymphoma, the stage and category of the disease, and the patient's overall health.
There are different treatments to follow such as chemotherapy, pharmacotherapy, radiotherapy, stem cell transplantation (it is a type of cell that is found in the marrow and is responsible for producing red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets) and other types of new treatments that are in the phase of clinical trials.