Dr Brian Davies BSc ND

Unit 102 – 88 Lonsdale Avenue North Vancouver, BC V7M 1E8

Offices also on the Sunshine Coast in Gibsons and Roberts Creek

P: 778-340-1114 F: 778-340-7702


Intravenous Sodium Bicarbonate

Sodium Bicarbonate is the bodies natural buffer against excess acidity. Intravenous sodium bicarbonate treatment can be used to rapidly alkalinize body tissues. Alkalinizing will improve immune function, help improve digestive function, and has been shown through the clinical experience of Dr Tullio Simoncinito to be a primary treatment for Cancer.  Aggressive treatment may be required to maximize the benefit of this treatment. IV sodium bicarbonate will often be administered in 4 cycles of 5 straight days of therapy with 9 days off. Blood testing for electrolytes (Sodium, Potassium, Bicarbonate, and Chloride) along with serum creatinine is required before and between cycles of this treatment. Intravenous sodium bicarbonate therapies are reserved for clients with cancer of the lungs, neck, prostate and breast. Through observation in several case studies, Dr Davies has seen rapid regression of both non-small cell and small cell types of lung cancer. Benefits may be seen in as little as one month through imaging studies.

Fee: $120.00

 



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