Treatment with the combined C+K protocol
Diseases to be treated with the combined C+K protocol:
- Osteomyelitis (caused by MRSA)
30 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.
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+K Combo Protocol
Definition of diseases treated with combined C+K protocol
Osteomyelitis (caused by MRSA)
Osteomyelitis is a bone infection caused by a bacterium or germs, in osteomyelitis bacteria spread to bone from the skin, muscles to infected tendons, for example, when there is a skin ulcer.
There is another type of infection that reaches the bone through the blood, the problem may stem from an operated bone that becomes infected.
- Open wound
- Bone pain
- Swollen ankles
- Pain near infection
Usually treated with antibiotics to fight infection, in some cases surgery may be necessary to clean the affected tissue of the bone.
Skin cancer that affects the cells that give color to the skin (melanocytes), although there are also cases of melanomas in the eyes, nose or throat.
Excessive exposure to sunlight or sun lamps with ultraviolet radiation can be the cause of this cancer that increasingly affects more people.
Melanoma can develop from a mole or in an area of smooth skin.
Recognizing the onset of melanoma can be a great help in activating the treatment protocol.
- Look at the shape of the moles on your body, look for any irregularly shaped or look different.
- Look at the edges of each mole in case you find any kind of cut, wave or deformation.
- Observe the color of moles, as normal they usually have a uniform color, from black, brown or toasted, a dangerous signal is usually when more than one color appears around a mole.
- Check the diameter for any signs of abnormal growth in any of them.
Control for periods of time if the moles that we have since childhood and those that appear new with age, undergo any change that attracts attention.
Melanomas also appear in places more hidden from view such as the soles of the feet and palms of the hands, between the fingers, scalp or on the genitals.
Melanoma can rarely also be located in the mouth, digestive tract or urinary tract, eye and even under the nails.
Treatment of melanoma depends on the stage at which it is diagnosed, but in all cases surgery is used to remove the tumor and is combined with other treatments depending on the degree of condition if it is superficial or if it has affected the lymph nodes or other organs.