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----- Original Message ----
From: BLTW
To: Bellringer
Sent: Tuesday, May 06, 2014 10:33 PM
Subject: Maple syrup & baking soda
“There were five sisters in the family and all of them passed away from the big C by age 50—except one,” he recalls.
“I asked if there was anything different in her diet.  She told me she was partial to sipping maple syrup and baking soda.
I question whether the sister that lived cooked the baking soda bicarbonate mixture as all the internet sites claim.  My guess is that she just mixed the two things in warm water.  There's no way she would have come up with the cooking and done it to sip on it regularly.
Also I've tried combining the ingredients using a thermometer to check the heat and have NEVER been able to keep it from separating when it cools no matter what heat I cooked it to.
FROM:  Patrick H. Bellringer
    TO:  BLTW
DATE:  May 7, 2014
Dear BLTW:
    Thanks for writing.  Maple syrup is used only as a carrier to more effectively bring the baking soda into the human cells.  I have had the same heating problem you have.  Forget the maple syrup.
    Many European doctors are using only baking soda in water taken orally or injected into the a larger tumor, if need  be, with good results.  Check out the article, "People of the Lie:  Cancer", for more information.
    This person you mentioned that sipped maple syrup and baking soda probably avoided cancer because her method was effective.  Cooking the two ingredients apparently was  not necessary.  The whole point in taking baking soda  is to return your body chemistry to a slightly alkaline condition  (7.3 Ph) in which the Candida fungi source of cancer cannot survive.  Cancer is rampant today because most people, due to diet and life-style, have an acidic body chemistry.  Proper use of baking soda (a base or alkaline substance) neutralizes the acid and returns the body chemistry to its natural state of being slightly alkaline.  In such a medium harmful anaerobic microbes cannot exist.
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