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Cesium Chloride and Potassium Dietary Supplement
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Cesium Chloride and Potassium

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  • Dietary Supplement

  • Professional strength ionic liquid
  • 32 ounce bottle
  • 1.5 grams Cesium Chloride per serving (101,000 ppm)
  • 64 servings
  • One bottle of Potassium Max (16 oz.) is included.
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Highest quality Cesium Chloride available on the market. Includes powerful Potassium Max potassium supplement! Do you have questions about pH Therapy? Call us!

Cesium Chloride and Potassium Description

What is Cesium Chloride?

Cesium Chloride is the salt (chloride) form of the element cesium (Cs), which has an atomic number of 55. It is an alkaline element similar to sodium, potassium, and rubidium. Cesium Chloride is part of a nutrition plan known as "High pH Therapy". High pH Therapy is a combined alkaline diet and nutrition supplement approach to balancing body pH. The goal is to increase oxygenation, raise pH (alkalize), and neutralize excess acids in the body.

Cesium Chloride vs Cesium Carbonate

What are Chlorides?
Chlorides are negatively charged ions. Chlorides are an essential electrolytes in all living things. Without chlorides the human body would be unable to maintain alkaline/acid balance, regulate bodily fluids, eliminate wastes, transmit electrical nerve signals, and much more.

What are Carbonates?
Carbonates are a salt of carbonic acid. In geology, “carbonate” refers to carbonate rock or mineral. They are considered inorganic. Most carbonate salts are insoluble, meaning they will not dissolve readily into water. A good example of this is coral, which is a calcium carbonate (ie. coral calcium). Research has discovered coral skeletons will survive in increasingly acidic ocean water conditions due to the fact that calcium carbonate, which makes up the coral skeletons, is resistant to dissolving.

How Can I Tell the Difference?
Chlorides have a distinctly salty taste and can be quite strong in flavor. Often a chloride mineral supplement must be mixed into a juice to hide the taste. Carbonates on the other hand tend to have little to no flavor at all, but sometimes have a mild chalky taste.

The Best Cesium Available

Our Cesium Chloride is a professional strength ionic liquid mineral supplement in a highly absorbable concentrated form. The ionic format is an extremely small particle size that can easily be assimilated into the body without having to be broken down and digested to extract the active ingredients, unlike like pills or capsules or powders. In addition, the liquid form is very easy to swallow. Each serving contains 1.5 grams (101,000 ppm) of cesium chloride!!! Contains no artificial colors, flavors, sugars, stimulants or other additives. No animal testing or animal by-products.

How Do I Use Cesium Chloride?

Just mix 1 Tablespoon of into fresh tomato juice, orange juice, or any other favorite fresh juice. It is recommended that you take with food. It is very important to supplement with a good potassium supplement as well. Because of the importance of potassium, we include a bottle of our liquid Potassium Max supplement with each bottle of Cesium Chloride. Our Potassium Max contains one of the highest concentrations of potassium on the market, in a highly bioavailable liquid ionic format. Each serving of Potassium Max contains 700 mg (47,000 ppm) potassium and is approximately a one month supply.


IMPORTANT: By purchasing this product, you understand and agree with the following:
Cesium chloride is a dietary supplement only, and is not a treatment or cure for any ailment or disease, including cancer. As with any dietary supplement, for best results follow a healthy alkaline-style diet and avoid added sugar, alcohol, and tobacco. When supplementing with the mineral cesium chloride, it is important to supplement with the mineral potassium (blood tests may be necessary to monitor potassium levels). Consult your health care provider before beginning any new dietary supplement regimen. New customers will be contacted by phone when placing their first order to provide product information and support.

Cesium Chloride and Potassium Nutrition Facts

CESIUM CHLORIDE
Serving Size:  1 Tablespoon
Servings Per Container: 64 servings
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Cesium (as cesium chloride) 1.5 g
† Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Ultra pure water


POTASSIUM MAX
Serving Size:  1 Tablespoon
Servings Per Container: 32 servings
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Potassium (as potassium chloride and/or citrate) 700 mg 35%
Daily value is based on a 2,000 calorie per day diet.
Other Ingredients: Ultra pure water




Health Topic Library

Cesium chloride, an alkaline mineral salt, is part of a nutrition plan called "high pH therapy" which focuses on using a combined diet and supplement approach to balancing body pH by reducing the load on overworked acid-buffering systems. The alkaline diet focus of pH therapy is of particular importance for those needing intense nutritional support when dealing with major health challenges.


Cesium Chloride and Potassium Customer Ratings & Reviews

The reviews below are the personal views of our customers. These customer experiences may not be typical – results can vary. Dietary supplements are not intended as a treatment or cure for any disease. Always consult your doctor before starting any dietary supplement protocol.
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I believe in cesium chloride
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Andrew
Location: Tennessee
Date: May 1, 2018
I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in July, 2006. My prostate specific antigen (PSA) was 6.77: high. Based on information from a friend, I started a standard three-month treatment protocol of liquid cesium chloride. Three months later, my PSA had dropped to 3.35. I have been doing cesium chloride every year since then—twelve years at the time of this writing. A prostate biopsy on February 9, 2018 showed no sign of prostate cancer. Does cesium chloride kill cancer? I don’t know. That’s the short answer, and it’s true. Here is the true story of my prostate cancer experience using cesium chloride alternative treatment: www.alternativeprostatecancercure.com
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High Hopes
5 out of 5
Bill
Location: Lamy, New Mexico
Date: January 4, 2018
I am using the cesium chloride protocol which you have done so well in providing the means for. I have only been on it a couple of days and have already noted some changes which seem positive. I apparently have cancer in more than one place as it appears, so this supplement should be able to work on it all. So far I'm pleased. I hope it continues that way.
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It saved my life
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OlgaS
Location: Citrus Heights
Date: July 25, 2017
Breast cancer with multiple metastases in January 2016. I am still alive and hope for the best. Thanks to Larry.
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Eugene Gilkes
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Eugene A
Location: UK
Date: July 11, 2017
1st order received Feb 2014 and remained shelved as no one 'in need' wished to use it. June 2017 I noticed a lump, a painful lump which grew noticeably. On clarifying the regimen details I started the Cesium & Potassium protocol and soon found the relief from pain that I sought, then a few days later I clearly detected a reduction of my sizeable lump. My mid-section has shrunk a bit and the scales report a weight loss in the order of 22 lbs, so far. I now walk and function normally again. I self diagnosed my own situation having done much research over an extended period, so felt comfortable moving forward. The lump is in my testes and very much shrunken. Frequently throughout the day I forget my dilemma but remain faithful to the protocol. For breakfast a boiled egg mixed in coconut oil with sea salt & assorted spices. Dinner is fruit & veg smoothie with baked meats from raw in its own juices and a little coconut oil, sea salt and assorted spices. Throughout the day I drink water and many 'loose-leaf' teas, at night a chocolate drink. I'm feeling great!
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James
Location: Texas
Date: March 23, 2017
The Cesium Chloride product has proven to be a well-tolerated supplement with minimal side effects in my particular case. The Cesium Chloride supplied by Essense of Life offers a systematic standard of concentration and readily soluble solution that blends well and doesn't detract from the taste of any juice or liquid.
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