This cesium package comes complete with one bottle each of our liquid cesium 32 ounces and liquid super strength potassium 32 ounces, along with one bottle of our super oxygen drops, and two bottle of our super alkaline drops! The super potassium has 720 mg Per Ounce! - OVER 16 TIMES THE STRENGTH OF REGULAR LIQUID POTASSIUM! The liquid cesium has 96,000 mg per liter.
Liquid Cesium - This High Grade Liquid Cesium Product Contains Cesium - 96,000 mg/L Along With Rubidium - 960 mg/L In Every Bottle! Use only under a doctors supervision and with our Super Potassium blend which is on sale here at www.SharpWebLabs.com.
Cesium is a rare, naturally occurring element of alkali metal similar in chemical structure to lithium, sodium, and potassium. Cesium chloride is a salt form of this element.
CAUTION TAKE ONLY UNDER SUPERVISION BY A PHYSICIAN! Cesium has been shown to support the immune system to help individuals with poor health. It is an alkaline mineral that behaves similarly to sodium, potassium, and rubidium.
Cesium has been shown to support the immune system to help individuals with severe health problems. It should be noted, however, that this mineral should NOT be used in a daily supplemental routine for those who do not have severe health issues nor without the supervision of a professional medical expert. This mineral was discovered by two German men, Robert Bunsen a chemist and Gustav Kirchhoff a physicist in 1860.
Cesium is an alkaline mineral that behaves similarly chemically to sodium, rubidium and potassium. It is the least abundant of the five naturally occurring alkali metals. Cesium enters the cell and produces an alkaline environment. Using cesium in conjunction with these other minerals and vitamins is vital for high pH therapy.
Cesium greatly limits the cellular uptake of glucose, which starves the cell thereby reducing fermentation. It also raises the cell pH to around 8.0, which neutralizes the weak lactic acid and stops pain within 24 hours. Cesium works to destroy "killer" cells by starving them to death so that the body may absorb and eliminate them. The presence of cesium in adjacent fluids of the "killer" cell is believe to raise the pH of the cell thereby stopping growth and reproduction and the life span of the cell is shortened to mere hours.
A caution regarding cesium is that large doses of cesium are used clinically to produce cardiac arrhythmia and should be taken with the supervision of a health care practitioner and always take cesium with food. Potassium should be used with cesium.
The discovery of cesium is credited to Gustav Kirchoff and Robert Bunsen in 1860. Using a spectrometer to analyze mineral water from Durkheim, Germany, the two men noted the existence of a previously unidentified element which emitted a distinctive bluish gray line on the spectrum. The men named the element cesium after the Latin caesius, which means “bluish gray. By 1882, another chemist had managed to isolate metallic cesium. Writers of British English may be more familiar with cesium as caesium.