squamous cell carcinoma – a personal account of alternative therapy
Posted by Jonathan Chamberlain on February 7, 2011
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Squamous cell carcinoma – a personal account of alternative therapy
A lady called Deborah posted this story on a yahoo chat group, demonstrating that it is possible to treat squamous cell carcinoma effectively using alternative remedies. Here’s her story:
“On a squamous carcinoma on my chest (fast growing, 1/2 a dime size), I first used “Amazon” (formerly Cansema) a black salve or bloodroot paste. It created a crater, dime-sized. And “sucked up” a sac of white something under the paste. [Be very very careful with this. I’m not recommending anyone use it without looking at the pictures of ways this could go wrong. But this isn’t why I’m writing.]
After it scarred over (six months later), I thought it was all finished. But on the top of the scar a small, red, blemish-looking (pencil-eraser size) thing began surfacing.
I started applying 7% Lugol’s and when the whole area became leathery and darkened (after about 3 weeks of use). I was also applying MSM (MMS? – ed) (sodium chlorite with DMSO topically). THEN, (the relevant part)I began applying straight castor oil, then a thin towel, then a heating pad. In about 2 weeks, the whole area is fine. I’ve stopped applying any Lugol’s. (I’m also on the iodine protocol–100 mgs–and chelating on the weekend–low dose DMSA (does she mean EDTA? Or DMSO?- Ed)..as far as internal stuff).
To me, the castor oil really made a difference. My scientific/intuitive guess (can I have a guess like that?) is that the castor oil has some sort of property like vitamin D or ALA or that it is a anti-fungal that helps stop cancer growth. I wish I understood the physical properties more b/c I really think something happened. And it’s more than a “feeling.” It’s from looking at my skin and witnessing an improvement. However, I do think it’s more about everything I’m doing than just one thing. (I was also zapping with low dose electric current daily…via Hulda Clark’s protocol) AND eating a halepeno (sorry I can’t spell that) daily. And, of course, trying to avoid sugar, wheat, milk. But I’m not always perfect about that. (I had a ‘suspicious’ mammogram a year ago, too.) I do think it’s important to follow symptoms and listen to your body and to try lots of things.
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