Treatment with the combined C+ELK protocol
Diseases to be treated with the combined C+ELK protocol:
- Pancreatic cancer
- Bone 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.
In a bathtub with warm water add 30 to 60 drops of MMS and stay submerged in the water for 20 minutes every 2 days.
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.
C+ELK Combo Protocol Tips
For both cases:
Apply the K protocol between 3 and 6 months.
Combine enemas protocol to detoxify the liver alternating with L protocol (Washing / Bath).
Take infusions of Artemis anua, boil one tablespoon for each cup 3 times a day.
Consume 15gr a day of fresh kalanchoe daigremontiana leaves in salads or smoothies.
Definition of diseases treated with combined C+ELK protocol
The pancreas is an organ located behind the lower part of the stomach, its function is to create enzymes that help in digestion and also produces hormones that control blood glucose.
Pancreatic cancer is difficult to detect at the beginning because it does not cause symptoms, that allows it to spread through the organs.
- Clear stools
- Dark urine
- Weight loss
- Abdominal pain
- diabetes mellitus
- Blood clots
- Intestinal obstruction
- Abdominal swelling
Surgery, radiation therapy, or chemotherapy are used to treat pancreatic cancer.
It is a rare type of cancer, it affects any part of the body but in most cases it occurs in large bones, pelvis, arms and legs.
This term does not include bone cancer that results from a metastasis, what causes the cancer is unknown, although exposure to radiation or hereditary factors can generate it in a small percentage of cases.
- Bone pain
- Visible weight loss
- Prone to fractures
Types of bone cancer:
- Osteosarcoma: Cancers produce bone, mainly affecting children and young people in the leg or arms.
- Chondrosarcoma: Cancer cells produce cartilage, affect the pelvis, arms and legs and is more common in adults.
- Ewing sarcoma: it also affects the pelvis, arms and legs and is more typical in children and young people.