Chlorine dioxide therapy recently came across my radar as a potential treatment for all kinds of health issues.
I’ve written elsewhere of the benefits of vitamin C, selenium and magnesium chloride as an “antidote” of sorts to the Covid mRNA vaccines. And many of my readers are already aware of the benefits of Ivermectin and hydroxichloroquine in improving the outcomes of fighting Covid.
There are also some great natural foods like elderberry, shiitake/maitake mushrooms and supplements derived from them that are wonderful immune system boosters.
But there is something that recently came across my radar lately – the benefits of chlorine dioxide therapy as a tool for treating many diseases. I’m not a medical professional, but based on what many of them have said, this is definitely worth a good look!
First, let’s be aware of all the warnings regarding “chlorine dioxide therapy” (of course…..)
Look. This is an alternative medicine therapy. And there is a lot of quackery out there. But then again, there are a lot of things that have been discouraged or even rejected outright by the mainstream western medicine world that work. (Consider the war on Ivermectin, in spite of the fact that the National Institute of Health has not one, but two different web pages dealing with Ivermectin and showing that it is, in fact, effective in treating Covid. Check HERE and HERE to see what I mean.
So pardon me if I’m skeptical of the current western medical establishment. But having said that, you need to know that the warnings about this therapy pretty much come down to one thing.
They will tell you that chlorine dioxide is bleach. And bleach will kill you. So they say….
Examples of the warnings: From Web MD… “Be careful not to purchase chlorine dioxide supplement products. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned consumers not to use these products due to the risk for serious safety issues and death.”
From Health Desk… “its use can be dangerous to human health. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has warned that risks of ingesting chlorine dioxide include: severe vomiting, severe diarrhea, low blood cell counts and low blood pressure due to dehydration, respiratory failure, changes to electrical activity in the heart that can lead to potentially fatal abnormal heart rhythms, and acute liver failure.”
But “they” also have NO CLUE why you (and I) are reluctant to take an mRNA vaccine. So opinions vary on the quality of “their” opinions.
I actually wrote a post about the video where Franklin Graham interviewed the head of the NIH about Covid vaccines and vaccine reluctance and the head of the National Institute of Health seriously seemed to have no clue why the “covid vaccine-hesitant” are vaccine hesitant.
They seem to have a very focused and in-depth frame of reference around part of the whole body of facts out there. And when it comes to alternative therapies and natural medicine, they don’t even seem to be able to wrap their heads around it.
Consider it an alternative worldview with disastrous consequences (since they hold most of the money and the power).
So just how much can chlorine dioxide do? Can it really even cure cancer?
I will make it clear: I am not a health care professional. I will only present information that I have found from others and you will have to decide what to do with this information and what, if anything, you may want to try or seek professional advice for. But having said that, there are some medical professionals who believe there is good reason to think that chlorine dioxide may, in fact, be very helpful in combating diseases as serious as certain kinds of cancers.
Consider, for example, this, from The Journal Of Cancer Treatment And Diagnosis.
A first patient with metastatic adenocarcinoma of the pancreas has decided, on his own, to refuse chemotherapy but to treat himself with lipoïc acid, hydroxycitrate combined with oral ingestion of chlorine dioxide. His blood tests and radiological examinations have almost normalized and the disease is stable at 18 months. Another patient with hormone resistant metastatic prostate cancer has experienced a sharp drop in PSA level as well as improved medical condition. From extensive literature review, the mechanism of action of chlorine dioxide is unknown. It is our hypothesis (albeit unproven) that chlorine dioxide results in tumor cell acidification of the alkaline pH of cancer cells.
From the abstract of an article on The Journal Of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis
And Covid? Can it cure Covid?
Well, anecdotal evidence is a funny thing. Sometimes you can find what you’re looking for, even when it’s not there. And the “gold standard” always seems to be the “double blind study.” But sometimes, there’s not enough time for that with all the dying from a new disease and all.
But to give you an idea of what others have done with this stuff and the results they believe they’ve found from it, take a look at this video to understand what they did in Bolivia to deal with Covid by using this treatment, and the results they had.
In the end, it seems if you stack up enough anecdotal evidence, it starts to look like it shows some statistical probabilities, if you know what I mean….
So what is chlorine dioxide and what can this therapy do for you?
Rather than reinventing the wheel, I’m linking here to a video series developed by someone who has done a deep dive into this therapy and what his findings are. I’m not a medical professional and so I don’t make medical recommendations.
But I sure think what this guy has to say is worth consideration. See if it makes sense to you.
As the author of the video says,
“In this video, I want to share my two year journey of discovery with you so that you can save yourself some time and effort. I’m not saying that you shouldn’t do your own research, but I am saying that I have done a significant amount of unbiased research, and I was willing to go either way with regard to accepting the claims of chlorine dioxide.”
from the intro to the video
First video: Getting Started
Next: The Universal Antidote Documentary – The SCIENCE of Chlorine Dioxide
Here are some links provided by the person who sourced the video, above. Check them out and make your own judgement.
As I said, I’m not a medical professional and I don’t give medical advice. But I do like to point to advice given by others so people can make their own judgements about them. Check the links below for more info….
● Reference Guidebook [save/download/print]
● Suppliers Worldwide [save/download/print]
● Telegram Channel: t.me/TheUniversalAntidote
● [US] Blog post regarding CO2: https://www.uncensoredstorm.com/co2
● Follow [US] on FB: https://www.facebook.com/uncensoredstorm
● [US] Patriot Merch & Blog: https://www.uncensoredstorm.com
Are there any Drs in Michigan who work with this cancer alternative?
That’s a fair question, and I don’t know the answer to that one. Some of these things you can find if you dig enough.
If you’re searching online, you might have better luck using a search engine like DuckDuckGo rather than Google. Google tends to be more “mainstream” on these things. Also, perhaps check on Reddit?
If you do find anyone, feel free to pop back on here and let us know what you found. Sometimes alternative practitioners like chiropractors and naturopaths can be a good source for finding alternative treatments.
But I don’t have a specific answer for your question. Whatever you do, as I am not a medical professional, the standard reply is “always follow the advice of your medical professional.”
Good luck finding what you’re looking for. And if you find it, please pop back and let us know!