Hydrazine sulfate , more properly hydrazonium hydrogensulfate , is a salt of the cation hydrazinium and the anion bisulfate (hydrogensulfate), with the formula [N 2 H + 5 ] [HSO − 4 ] or N 2 H 6 SO 4 . It is a white, water-soluble solid at room temperature .
Large tumours produce much lactic acid that is reconverted in the liver into glucose in a process that consumes much energy. It is of positive benefit to block this conversion by taking hydrazine sulphate or [cesium] chloride. The main benefits are weight gain and increased energy that are especially important in the last stage of cancer, called cachexia. In addition, tumour growth may be inhibited, in some instances tumours gradually disappeared.