Here we will quickly discuss the following:
- How hyperthermia kills cancer
- At What Temperature Cancer Dies
- Different methods of hyperthermia
- Where to find the most effective hyperthermia products, what they cost, and a link to acquire one of them today.
How Does Hyperthermia Kill Cancer Cells?
Heat damages proteins required to repair DNA damage. Normal cells typically recover faster than cancer cells when exposed to either heat or the combination of heat combined with additional natural cancer treatments.
Additionally, normal tissues have more blood flow than cancerous tissue so they dissipate heat better. Cell death from exposure to heat is a function of both the intensity of the heat and the length of time of the exposure. Cells die at high dose-time combinations by necrosis. For milder exposure conditions, cells undergo apoptosis.
- ne·cro·sis: The death of most or all of the cells in an organ or tissue due to disease, injury, or failure of the blood supply.
- ap·op·to·sis: The death of cells that occurs as a normal and controlled part of an organism’s growth or development.
Sublethal heat doses sensitize cancer cells to other natural cancer treatments. Researchers believe the right level and length of heat damages 99% of all cancer strains.
Making this one of the most effective natural cancer treatments available. Importantly, hyperthermia does not damage, and may actually enhance, the immune system.
How Long Have Doctors Known About Hyperthermia
The use of elevated temperature, hyperthermia, is not a new treatment for cancer. Hippocrates was aware of the potential of heat to shrink tumors.
According to The British Institute Of Radiology: There is an abundance of evidence that cancer cells grown in vivo or in vitro are sensitive to elevated temperature.
They achieved considerable success with the regression of tumors by educing high temperatures in cancer patients with bacterial toxins.
Furthermore, according to the European Journal of Oncology (1965) an application of moderate heat dose lead to a permanent cure of transplanted tumor without causing any damage to the surrounding normal tissue.
Tumor shrinkage after a high fever due to an infection was reported in 1866.
Heat has profound effects on cells. At low doses, heat enhances recovery from injury.
At high doses, it leads to cell death that may be immediate for extreme doses.
At What Temperature Cancer Cells Die:
Hyperthermia (also called thermal therapy or thermotherapy) is a type of cancer treatment in which body tissue is exposed to high temperatures (it starts at 103 up to 107°F).
Research has shown high temperatures can damage cancer cells, usually with minimal injury to normal tissues. It works and it’s non-toxic!
When my mom was at the clinic in Mexico they had her in a near-infrared hyperthermia chamber for a 40 minute session 3 times per week.
Hyperthermia is almost always used with other forms of cancer therapy, such as oxygen, ultrasound, juicing, essential oils, and immunotherapy.
The heat treatment causes distinct histological changes in the tumor cells without causing damage to normal cells.
2 methods of applying hyperthermia:
- Local – heat is usually applied to a small area where the tumor is located by using a far infrared heat lamp.
- Whole-body – This can be accomplished by using a chamber. Studies have shown a FAR INFRARED sauna can cause cancer. Therefore to achieve hyperthermia safely experts ONLY recommend using NEAR INFRARED technology.
SPECIAL NOTE: We don’t want anyone to have a heart attack. When a person’s cancer is advanced they could be very weak, it’s recommended that they start off with less time, say just a few minutes. See how they feel, and observe them for any signs of stress. Then increase hyperthermia time as appropriate. Clinic patients safely work themselves up to 40 minutes per session, several times per week.
The cost of a near infrared sauna varies from manufacturer to manufacturer, but you can expect it to be an investment between $1,500 – $3,000 USD.
Local Infrared Heat lamp
Heat lamps also vary in cost, but these lamps are usually priced reasonably. The heat lamp shown here retails for $127 USD.