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Acid Mineral Chlorides
In a previous article, emphasis was laid upon the necessity of free
chlorine in the gastric fluid and its fundamental role in carrying
on normal digestion, assimilation, and excretion. Also, certain consequences
were indicated of the metabolism of the body cells, if its secretion
is affected by various causes. It was also shown that chlorine deficiency
would cause incomplete digestion and bring about a slow starvation
of the mineral elements, thus producing abnormal symptoms, indicating
profound changes, not only in the skin, bones, and glands, but also
in the nervous system. Such changes would cause malfunctioning of
the spinal nerves. Also, it was shown that this dysfunctioning of
the motor and sensory spinal nerves by lack of control over cell
life may give rise to neoplastic growths.
In this paper, an attempt will be made to bear out this hypothesis, to show
that mineral deficiency is quite common and also to show results of treating
various diseases with a solution of mineral chlorides, the formula of which
was given in the before mentioned article and here as well:
|Liq. potass. arsenitis (Fowler's)
Tr. ferri chloridi
Sol. potass. chloride (ten-percent.)
Sol. acid. hydrochlor. (three-percent.)
f 3 iss
ad f 3 ij
M. Sig.: Gtt. v to xx well diluted
three or more times daily.
Before continuing, the writer desires
to bring out some interesting facts found in the vegetable world to
clarify, if possible, the hypothesis
advanced. Mineral deficiency has long been recognized in the agricultural
world. Results of the same, to a marked degree, have been studied,
appropriate remedies or fertilizers have been applied, and results
from their use verified. It is not the writer's intention to
take up all these minerals, but to select the few necessary to bring
out the salient points involved.
Let us take, for instance, deficiency of potassium in soils. Corn or
maize grown in such a soil is apt to be sickly and die. When examined
by biochemical methods, deposits of iron salts were found in joints
of corn, also coagulation of proteins. When potassium salts were applied
to soil, this condition disappeared. Tobacco plants grown under the
same deficiency will become sickly. Areas of necrosis of cells also
appear on the surfaces of leaves, etc. Does not this at once call to
mind pernicious anemia with its debility, lack of gastric HCl, deposits
of iron salts in liver and kidneys? The necrosed cells of tobacco leaves
surely point to a great similarity of our commonplace epitheliomata
of the skin.
In soils deficient in calcium and phosphorus, another variety of disease
appears: wilts and fungi of root system and an accumulation of aluminum
in the tissues of the corn. Quite a few articles on absorption of aluminum
have appeared in various medical magazines, indicating that this element,
foreign to the body cells, causes much disturbance, such as nerve and
digestive disturbances. Calcium deficiency is quite common even in
Florida, where the artesian water is impregnated with calcium salts.
It is recognized by the tendency to nocturnal asthma, worse from cold
and dampness, slow healing of broken bones, lack of strength, and myocardial
weakness; also a low blood pressure, twitching of muscles, and cramps.
That the nervous system is implicated in tumor formation we believe
is indisputable. The lack of sensation or pain in area involved in
the early stage of the disease shows dysfunction of the sensory nerves.
That spinal nerves may have more than one function to perform is a
truism corresponding to the varied functions of other organs. Nutrition,
cell growth and repair, cell control, and inhibition of cellular growth
must also be included in their functions, as well as motor impulses
and sensory impacts.
We need greater knowledge of gastric chemistry: how the warm peptic
hydrochloric solution functions, how it breaks down food products,
changes slowly but surely the minerals into chlorides to be again transformed
in the duodenum – these chemical changes liberating heat and
vital forces for the use of the brain and nervous system, etc.
Deficiency of this hydrochloric peptic solution must, of necessity,
bring about, in the animal economy, a slow starvation of the mineral
elements, an imbalance, and also a fixation or deposits in various
tissues. For instance, as already mentioned, deposits of iron in anemia,
deposits of urea and sodium in gout and arthritis, an overplus of sodium
in edema, a probable deficiency of potassium in tumor and epitheliomata;
also a deficiency of calcium in parathyroidism and some forms of asthma.
A lack of chloric acid must be manifest in alkalosis of cancer, tuberculosis,
and septic infections. Progressive diseases of eyes, ears, kidneys,
and uterus may come under potassium deficiency; also tumor formations.
The value of potassium iodide in syphilitic nodes and gummata is well
known and universally applied. The various calculi of kidneys and gallbladder
and deposits of uric acid in tissues also indicate a lessened solidibility
of salts, showing deficiency of hydrogen and chlorine. Chlorine, like
oxygen, carries on its own combustion in the digestive organs, while
oxygen functions in the blood and lungs. Deficiency of chloric acid
solution also indicates a lowered immunity to infective organisms,
lowered vitality, impaired appetite and excretions, endocrine dysfunction,
and premature old age. Hydrochloric acid is also the protective agency
against microbic life in food and water intake of stomach.
The first case to be reported is one showing marked indications of
duodenal growth and who, after three weeks' treatment, with good
results, of the mineral chloride solution, developed severe nocturnal
asthma. Calcium chloride was added to solution, and immediate relief
Case of Annie M.; age 45 years, normal weight 170 lbs losing weight
one year, now 140 lbs. For past two months, frequent gastric distress.
July 5, 1932, found in great distress in region of stomach for past
three days. Soreness over duodenum. Unable to vomit, no relief from
soda bicarbonate, etc. Gave the acid mineral chloride solution 3 minims,
diluted, every half hour. July 6th, reported complete relief in six
hours. Examination showed induration and tenderness in duodenum. Gave
the solution every hour while awake. Diagnosis: Probably precancerous
condition at pylorus.
July 13th: much improved with soreness relieved. Gave the solution,
July 27, no sign of soreness of duodenum or induration, but had developed
nocturnal asthma. Gave the solution plus ten percent calcium chloride;
relief of asthma reported next day. Still under treatment, steadily
Case of Andrew D., age 26, school teacher. Asthma at night, greatly
aggravated by dampness, rainy weather, and bathing in water. Calcium
chloride, gr.3, t.i.d. diluted, was given. Immediate relief of all
symptoms. Can now bathe in ocean and get wet in rain without previous
symptoms. Still taking remedy once daily.
Case of C T., age 46, clubfeet, low blood pressure, weight 188. Fractured
tibia and fibula midway between ankle and knee. Seven months in hospital
with regular treatment of milk food in excess, also calcium lactate
and cod liver oil. Left hospital with ligamentus union of bones freely
movable. Given the acid mineral solution, plus calcium chloride, gr.
iii, diluted, t.i.d. In spite of sharp attack of influenza, complete
ossification had taken place in sixweeks, and he returned to his occupation.
The next few cases are diagnosed growths in digestive organs. They were treated
by the solution, some intravenously, all by mouth. Most of these cases were
probably in a precancerous condition or early stages of cancerous disease.
Case of James C. age three years. Dec. 12, 1930. Diagnosis: papilloma of bladder;
no loss of weight. Second attack of hematuria; last, one year before, bright
blood and clots for two weeks, soreness in bladder. Treatment: intravenous
injections of the solution once weekly. The solution four times a day for four
months. Bleeding slowly disappeared; no recurrence to date.
Case of Peter D., age 50, married, two children, normal weight 135 lbs, now
102 lbs, jaundiced four months, growth in gallbladder easily outlined by palpation.
Several surgeons and specialists gave fatal prognosis. X-ray picture indefinite.
Oct. 10, 1931, given the solution intravenously once weekly and by mouth four
times a day; bile laxatives at night. First two weeks, lost four lbs. Third
week passed bile, and icterus gradually cleared. Treated by mouth only after
three months. One year later, no indication of tumor, in good health, no history
of gallstone colic; weight 128 lbs.
Case of T. W. M., age 6o. Feb. 16, 1932. For two years had suffered from severe
gas pains for several hours after eating - no loss of weight, now 158 lbs.
Blood pressure, 110. Examination, soreness and induration of sigmoid flexure.
Gave .9 minims after meals. Feb. 23, 1932, reported immediate relief of gas
pains. Continued the solution, treated spasmodically until May when he had
a severe attack of influenza. June 13, 1932, soreness and induration still
present, but much reduced. The solution was continued; still under treatment.
As he is out of work, he is greatly despondent, but much improved at last visit.
Case of Lyla G., 87 years, many children. June, 1929, found writhing with stoppage,
gas pains, vomiting. Examination showed immense adenoma of descending colon.
Gave the solution intravenously; no other treatment. Next day reported relief
in three hours. Four more injections were given intravenously, then by mouth.
October 1929, showed tumor almost disappeared; treated for two months longer.
September 1930, reported tumor in right tibia, size of an orange. Diagnosis:
sarcoma. Treatment: the acid mineral chlorides by mouth. July 1932, although
complicated by two attacks of edema, is in good health; very small swelling
of leg still present.
Case of J.L.J., age 40 years. Oct. 8, 1931. Tumor removed from abdomen one
year previous; fibroma. Complained of severe pains over abdomen, small tumor
present in site of previous operation. Gave the solution internally. Complete
relief in three months and disappearance of its duration or tumor. June 10,
1932, no sign of growth.
Case of C.S., age 50, four children living, weight:
100 lbs. Three miscarriages. For ten months had pain during eating; great distress
after. No relief from
medicine. Asthenia and insomnia. Examination: liver enlarged; hard mass in
outlet of stomach and edge of liver. Gave the solution intravenously and by
Complete relief of pain after
eating in five days. Growth in pylorus cleared up, but induration still remained
in liver. Treated one year, complete relief, no sign of tumor remaining, well
at this date, July 1, 1932.
Case of L.P., age 63. Aug. 2, 1930. Dairyman. Operation for removal of stone
one year before, suprapubic incision, no history of venereal disease, frequent
urination during day, none at night, loss of weight 11 lbs. Examination: prostate
shrunken; tumor size of small orange in scar. Treatment: Intravenous injection
of the solution weekly; same by mouth q.i.d. In three weeks' time, tumor
had softened and, in six weeks, had entirely disappeared. Opened urethra by
sounds, which aggravated trouble. Solution continued at intervals. July 7,
1912, still under treatment, much improved; had lost in beginning 15 lbs.,
regained seven pounds.
Case of A.K., age 67 years. Sarcoma of right mastoid for 18 years. Three years
ago had radium seeds applied, for pain and swelling had become severe. Partial
absorption and relief from pain, then a decided recurrence of all symptoms
six months later. Gave solution without HCl. Much improved for awhile; then
relapsed. HCl was added to solution three months ago, with great improvement,
tumor decreasing, and pain in nerves of jaw nearly disappeared, with gain in
weight, strength,and facial appearance.
Case of J.D., Nashville, Tenn., age 62 years. Jan. 11, 1931. Recurrent growth
in larynx. Operated on five times at Johns Hopkins; last time Oct. 15, 1930.
Very hoarse, larynx swollen, inflamed, involving epiglottis, putrid tongue.
Solution given by mouth; still under treatment. Thinks he will get entirely
well, as he is greatly improved and able to speak in public.
Case of C.S.S., 57 years. Sept. 19, 1930. No history of syphilis. One year
ago had an attack of vertigo, unable to walk, face and tongue paralyzed on
left side, deafness in left ear, blood pressure normal. Left knee reflex slightly
exaggerated, left pupil larger.
Diagnosis: brain tumor causing pressure on
brain. The solution gave quick relief. June 1932, recurrence; same symptoms,
also a hernia at the sixth cervical vertebra of spinal fluid, which varied
in size at intervals and could be squeezed back into spinal canal. Solution
again given six times daily. In two weeks, relief of symptoms and drawing in
of hernial sac. He is now walking, can stand with eyes closed, reflexes normal,
face and tongue normal. This case shows action of acid mineral solution on
the fluids of brain.
These cases, chosen for their variety of symptoms, show but little of the possibilities
of this method of treatment. Diabetes has been treated with this remedy, with
very gratifying results. Doubtless some of the curative results of insulin
are due to the one-percent HC1 that the preparation contains; likewise, the
famed adrenal cortex solution. During the World War, Dakin's solution
of chlorine, lime, and soda became famous for its curative action because of
its power to liberate minute quantities of chlorine into suppurating tissues.
The acid mineral solution likewise liberates chlorine into the general circulation
of the body.
The dose of solution may be criticized for being very small, but we must call
to mind how the farmer uses but one ton or less of an eight-percent potassium
fertilizer to the acre and how, if too much is used, injury, instead of growth,
is produced. In the same way, as we are dealing with the delicate pH equilibrium
of the tissues, small doses (repeated often, if necessary) are better than
Pulmonary tuberculosis has responded wonderfully to this solution, and if another
paper is in order, cases can be quoted later. So far, it appears that uterine
fibroids and myomata are not benefited by this method of treatment.
The world is in sore need of a reliable, effective remedy for cancer
and tuberculosis, also a preventive treatment. The writer does not
claim that he has a perfected remedy, but he does claim, by repeated
proofs, that this solution contains in itself an ability to promptly
cause many precancerous lesions to disappear, that cancerous conditions
of the internal organs, where other methods are so futile, are and
have been dissipated, and that in cases too far advanced for recovery,
relief of pain and distress is so marked that such patients believe
they will entirely recover.
If the chlorine deficiency hypothesis be true, as it seems to be, we have in
the solution a reliable, inexpensive medication which, taken daily for several
months, will prevent the imbalance of mineral, and likewise restore into the
circulation (for assimilation or excretion) pathological mineral deposits in
the tissues involved.
Other physicians will doubtless test out these claims, as some are doing now,
and publish results, and the writer hopes that in the near future hope will
take the place of despair, and cancerous victims will no longer face inevitable
and untimely death.
(1) The intravenous dose used by writer is 3 to 5 minims in 5 cc of distilled
water at five-to-seven day intervals. Dose by mouth: 3 to 20 minims well diluted
three to six times daily.
(2) The solution has been proved by writer to be an effective and curative
remedy in many cases of cancerous growths; also, it points the way to the etiology
of cancer and reveals how cancer may be avoided.
(3) The remedy can in no way cause injury; also, advanced cases of cancerous
disease often times find great relief from pain and toxemia.
(4) It has curative properties in diabetes, tuberculosis, and other degenerative
(5) It will restore the normal acidity of the stomach and thus bring about
those conditions whereby the digestive organs will absorb those minerals necessary
for sustained health.
(6) The solution should be administered before and after surgical or other
methods of treatment in cancerous affections.
(7) The formula is the result of over three years' clinical study in
many diverse diseased conditions, testing and eliminating unnecessary salts,
and as now constructed, should produce even better results than those herein
(8) Certain minerals in a weak hydrochloric acid solution by reason of its
free ions are quite active, and only small doses are required.
(9) Taken regularly for sufficient time, the solution will correct alkalosis
and put into circulation precipitated salts.
(10) The solution, by releasing free chlorine ions, raises immunity against
infection, also an increased phagocytosis.
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