Treatment with the combined protocol C+LKT
Diseases to be treated with the combined C+LKT protocol:
30 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.
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.
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+LKT Combined Protocol
If the tumor is malignant apply the T protocol.
Take infusions of Artemis annua, 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 protocol C+LKT
It is an abnormal growth of body tissue that can be malignant or benign.
There are risk factors that can lead to a tumor:
- Being a smoker
- Genetic inheritance
- Poor diet
- Environmental toxins
- Excessive sun exposure
- Exposure to filing
- Regular alcohol consumption
- By viruses such as human papilloma
- Exposure to benzene and chemicals
- sudden cough
- blood in the stool
- involuntary weight loss
- noticing a painful lump or not in some area of the body
The symptoms depend on where the tumor is formed, since it would trigger another series of symptoms depending on the area or organ affected.
It is important to go to the doctor if you have symptoms that are not associated with any known disease or if they worsen over time.
To detect a tumor, a tomography, mri, analysis, biopsies, x-rays and blood count are necessary to rule out whether or not it is carcinogenic and to be able to make the correct treatment.
If the tumor is benign or not it can be removed if it affects the aesthetics or the proper functioning, on the other hand if it is cancerous, another protocol must be activated.
For a cancerous tumor it should be treated with surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, targeted therapy, immunotherapy or a combination depending on tumor type and location.