Pain and Inflammation Relief for Terminal Lung Cancer

Posted by Concerned Daughter on 02/07/2008

Hello Ted, Questions about cancer. I've read that DMSO is good for pain. Can this be applied topically for cancer? My mother was diagnosed w/terminal lung & rib cancer almost 3 years ago. She's taking dilaudid (sp?), decadron, & motrin-sometimes. Never-the-less, she's still in a lot of pain. I've tried MSM (power, pill, & liquid) no noticeable change. I also give her tumeric. Also, I've heard baking soda can held shrink cancer tumors? Is there a recommended dosage? Any advice is much respected and appreciated. God bless... Concerned daughter

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

Dear Concerned Daughter:

Baking soda used alone may not be anti-inflammatory. To make it effectively anti-inflammatory and also reduce the pain more effective, another remedy, which is a bit harder to find is that I used, are at least two of them (there are more) but these are the easiest to acquire, which seem to be much more effective for such a problem:

Easy to do remedy I used for terminal cancer (assuming it's just me who had it):

1 teaspoons of baking soda plus 1/2 teaspoon of citric acid in 2 glass of water. Allow the solution to be well reacted, or about 5 minutes at least before taking them. The 2 glasses can be slowly taken over an hour's time. Taken twice a day. The pain should be reduced somewhat on the second day so some patience is needed.

A better one is as follows:

Scientist used "Carbicarb" to alkalize effectively so that there is no pockets of acidity formed in the short term, which should support alkalization overall to be more evenly distributed. But I used a similar one which is 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda plus 1/4 teaspoon of sodium carbonate (common name is washing soda) in 2 glasses of water (the more water the better). But is is consumed slowly for an hour's time to finish the 2 glasses. This is commonly taken at twice a day at least. In the scientific world they called it Carbicarb, which is a combination of sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate. It should effectively absorb the carbon dioxide being fermented from the cells and might remotely reduce the tumor size. But in case of a pure baking soda in water, this may not happen. A carbicarb is equimolar concentrations of sodium bicarbonate and sodium carbonate. However, in practice, I try to dictate the proportion depending on how well people can tolerate the remedy without problems, which is basically diluting them with plenty of water before taking them.

Under both conditions, I expect the pain to reduce somewhat the next day. It's the most effective in pain reduction that I can found. However, at the time I was experimenting this I also added some colloidal silver such as 1/2 teaspoon and a drop or two of clove oil in 1 or 2 glasses of water. However, in that terminal cases the woman was normal after taking 4 doses but and was well or apparently the condition coincidentally went into remission for an entire month and everything was normal. Apparently the doctors claim the remission was due to chemotherapy and she promptly quit the natural remedy and died on her 5th chemotherapy. What I suspect it was helping was that at the time the remedy was used, the cancer tumor was so bad she can't swallow even liquids. What was done initially was to apply a 1% H2O2 on to the skin, for about an hour. When things got better, the tumor mysteriously reduced the next day and she was able to take a couple of doses of the remedy before things became normal.

Hence, the remedy I believe was helpful in reduction of pain since there was never complaint of pain after she took the remedy. There were a lot of pain before she took it. Hence it's worth a try since both of the remedy I got remissions, while the second one resulted in fairly fast reversals from a near coma conditions with pain.

At the time both of these remedies were used, none of the people were doing any chemotherapy and were using those two. The first remedy reported was "remission" of leukemia and cancer of prostate gland. The second remedy that was used concerned a throat and neck cancer with considerable pain, and reversed the pain. However the second remedy the person in question simply stopped taking them after noticing the pain was gone and never took it again, which I prefer that she should continue, because she stopped taking it for weeks, the pain eventually came back.

I hope this sparse information helps concerning pain and inflammation. I used a more complex "carbicarb" or a weak sodium citrate (from baking soda and citric acid) as a means of reduction in inflammation and especially pain. It may take at least two or three days of taking this to notice improvement in pain and inflammation.

The remedy is not perfect as too few people are using it, but all the people that I know, were helped by it.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

1/2 baking soda plus 1/4 teaspoon of sodium carbonate (common name is washing soda) in 2 glasses of water (the more water the better). But is is consumed slowly for an hour's time to finish the 2 glasses.

This means I prepare about 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda plus 1/4 teaspoon of sodium carbonate in a 16 ounce of water (a glass is 8 ounces) and then pour this into two glasses of water to finish over one hour. Of course, a more concentrated version of just putting everything in one glass is possible, but I believe that a weaker concentration of the same amount is generally more effective because the body prefers a lower concentration, but more water since water also absorbs some carbon dioxide too, and allow a more effective alkalization this way. In scientific terms there is less carbon dioxide pressure being generated, to almost none when a lower concentration is used, but only applies to carbonates and citrates, not bicarbonates.