I have had a recurrence of elevated PSA after a prostatectomy and radiation treatment. How much CDS and DSMO should I take daily to eliminate cancer cells?
How long will it take before I can see improvements and a decrease in PSA?
Any thoughts or experiences would be greatly appreciated.
You should read the book 'Iodine Why You need it' by David Brownstein. Many prostate cancers are linked to low iodine levels. Also note that DMSO can protect the body from radioactive damage. As for your main question, no one is going to know that because every body is different.
Lately several people have told me that they have got rid of prostate cancer by using a supplement called Bional Prostanol. One person told me this over 5 years ago but I dismissed it. But after hearing several more people tell me the same story, I now recommend you take a look at it, and the ingredients to see what you think.
In looking closer at the ingredients the main one seems to be pumpkinseed oil and zinc. The other ingredients are in too small amounts for me to believe they have any particular theraputic effect strong enough to resolve prostate cancer. Therefore I'd take a look at pumpkinseed oil and saw palmetto.
If I were you, I strongly recommend buying Jim Humble’s book - MMS Health Recovery Guidebook 2016 - paperback or ebook. I just bought the ebook because you can download it to several devices and it’s easier to find things. It’s a wealth of information, with all the protocols, plus other forms and DMSO, plus protocols for animals. If you get doses wrong by guessing, you could be wasting your time. Good luck.
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