Given the fact that cancer cells feed on sugar, many people worldwide believe that the combination of baking soda and maple syrup/ honey is bad. However, over the last six decades many experts have analyzed this, reaching a conclusion that this is not true.
Interestingly, maple syrup or honey serves as “Trojan horse” when it comes to treating cancer cells. Namely, combining and heating alkaline baking soda with maple syrup or honey ties them together and targets the cancer cells. Afterwards, it brings baking soda into the cells and eventually destroys them.
The high alkalinity of baking soda kills the cancer microbe or reverses it to its hibernation form, which eventually reverts the cell to normal. Another way in which sodium bicarbonate deals with cancer cells is inducing a rapid pH shift which destroys the cells. This shock of alkalinity brings oxygen into the cell, which in turn reverts or eliminate the cells itself before the sugar even gets the chance to stimulate its growth.
- Baking soda
- Maple syrup or honey
Add a teaspoon of baking soda for each tablespoon of maple syrup or honey. Given the fact that a tablespoon is made of three teaspoons, the ratio used is 1 part baking soda to 3 parts maple syrup/honey. For instance, mix 4 teaspoons of baking soda with 4 tablespoons of maple syrup/ honey. Mix them well and cook the mixture on low heat for about 5 minutes.
Take a teaspoon of the mixture 1-3 times on a daily basis over the course of a month. Don’t take the mixture right before or after meals.
You should make some dietary changes as well, such as reducing meat intake and cutting down white flour and sugar.