Cervical Cancer Remedies

Bleach Bath
Posted by Rob (Kentucky) on 06/21/2023

I keep forgetting to write about this woman's story with uterine cancer (uninsured) I met in Louisville, Ky. I interviewed her about her condition and how she treated it herself.

In my interview, she said she grew up in rural Kentucky and was advised by her hometown Amish doctor to take a Clorox bleach bath every day for 2 months. She started with 2oz of Clorox name brand bleach unscented in a full bathtub of warm water to see how her skin type would react it. She increased the amount of bleach every time by 1oz until she was up to 4oz (1/2 cup) per bath (1/5000 dilution ratio?). Always start small and work your way up according to skin type and tolerance.

She said the bath water was a brown tint after she got out of the tub. Over time this brown tint got less and less til the water was clear at the end of her treatment.

After 2 months of bathing, she went back to her doctor to get labwork and pap smear, etc.., to see where she was at with the cancer. Her test came back negative across the board.

Science is discovering that Household bleach may help fight cancer

Cancer can develop when the immune system is unable to recognise cancerous cells and is allowed to spread unchecked.

Attempts have been made to prime such people's immune systems by giving them vaccines based on dead cancer cells. The results have been patchy, and seldom trigger immune responses strong enough to wipe out cancer.

Bleach primes the immune system

Now scientists at University College London have discovered that immune cells react much more strongly to dead cancer cells killed with the active ingredient (calcium hypochlorite) in household bleach.

They hope to use this method to treat women with ovarian cancer. The team found that immune cells taken from healthy volunteers were five times more likely to recognise dead ovarian cancer cells killed by bleach than those killed by heat or acid.

Team leader Professor Benny Chain believes this is because white blood cells from the immune system use microscopic quantities of a type of bleach to destroy bacteria. They then recognise and fight infections by the same bugs. The study was reported in the New Scientist magazine.

Now, If you read a bottle of Clorox Bleach, it states, “Kills 99.9% bacteria and viruses including Covid-19”.

When the body goes about killing bacteria, it uses the same thing you might use at home to scour the porcelain: Bleach! Common household bleach -- hypochlorous acid.

Although household bleach can be deadly in large dosage if taken internally, few substances are more important in the history of public health than bleach. For more than a century it has been used to kill bacteria in activities ranging from water treatment to surgery.

Researchers at Oregon Graduate Center led by James K. Hurst have discovered the mechanism by which the body uses bleach to kill bacteria.

When a bacterium enters the body, it is quickly spotted by the immune system and white blood cells are sent to attack it. One of the cells surrounds it and "bags" it, enclosing it in a sack within itself. If the immune system is not working than this process will fail and the individual becomes chronicly ill.

The formation of the sack causes formation of hydrogen peroxide, a common body substance, in the sack with the bacterial victim. Granules from the white cell also dump another chemical, myeloperoxidase, into the sack.

Peroxide and peroxidase together with chlorine molecules make minute amounts of bleach, which then attack the bacterium.

It takes only a fraction of a drop of bleach to kill many billions of bacteria: it is an unusually efficient killer. The reason is that the bleach precisely seeks out and disables the bacteria's most critical element, the molecule called ATP that stores and delivers the cell's energy.

With the central dynamo shut down, the bacterium dies within seconds.

The mechanism is far more efficient than antibiotics. Antibiotics kill only certain types of bacteria, while allowing others to proliferate, a life-threatening problem in burn patients in whom infections are likely.

Partial List of organisms that the proper Clorox bleach-to-water ratios can kill:


Staphylococcus aureus (Staph.)
Salmonella choleraesuis
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Streptococcus pyogenes (Strep.)
Escherichia coli O157:H7 (E. coli)
Legionnaires' disease - Legionella bacteria
Shigella dysenteriae
Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)


Trichophyton mentagrophytes (cause Athlete's Foot)
Candida albicans (a yeast)


Rhinovirus Type 37 (a type of virus that can cause colds)

Influenza A (Flu virus)
Hepatitis A virus
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
HIV-1 (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)*
Herpes simplex Type 2
Rubella virus
Adenovirus Type 2
COVID-19 Coronavirus (see CDC source link)