Why Use Methylene Blue for Cancer
Learn more about what causes normal cells to convert to cancer cells and why you should consider methylene blue for cancer.
Fascinating Benefits of Methylene Blue:
0:00 Introduction: Normal cells vs. cancer cells
1:30 What converts cancer cells into normal cells?
4:33 Understanding cancer cells
5:45 Something to add to your cancer protocol
8:50 Learn more about methylene blue!
All cancer cells start out as normal cells. Today we’re going to dive into what causes normal cells to convert to cancer cells.
Your mitochondria take food and convert it into ATP, which is the energy currency of the cells.
Your mitochondria also store electrons. In the mitochondria, you have an electron transport chain. This mechanism is involved in converting food into ATP—it contributes to energy.
The fourth complex is the last phase of the electron transportation mechanism. Dysfunction with the fourth complex triggers the conversion of a normal cell to a cancer cell.
Once a cell has converted into a cancer cell, it can no longer produce oxygen. At this point, as a survival mechanism, your body adapts to survive without this oxygen.
This is a new viewpoint on cancer—that cancer cells are essentially cells that adapt to survive in an environment without oxygen. Another word for a lack of oxygen is hypoxia.
There is also a gene involved in the conversion of a normal cell to a cancer cell called hypoxia-inducible factor 1 alpha (HIF-1 alpha). It’s also involved in hypoxia. So a lack of oxygen is involved in the switching mechanism of a normal cell to a cancer cell.
I’ve talked in other videos about different cancer strategies and things to include in your cancer protocol. But, there is an additional thing that you should consider adding to this protocol, and it’s called methylene blue.
Methylene blue is like a sponge that soaks up electrons, and it specifically targets that fourth complex and bypasses it so you can make oxygen and ATP again.
Methylene blue may be beneficial in low doses and should be diluted in water. You would also want the USP-grade methylene blue. Talk to your doctor about methylene blue for cancer.
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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you better understand cancer cells. I’ll see you in the next video.