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honeybee
Sunday, March 6, 2011, 9:41am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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My pa has just had 6 or so sun spot skin cancers zapped with liquid nitrogen on his face and (bald) skull, the Dr has also given a prescription for a cream that will remove the layer of skin from the top of his scalp, it does not sound very nice, but the alternative given is cutting them out and deep scarring.
I think it would it be effective for him to start the skin protocol or cancer protocol but he does not follow BTD except at home try to keep him on a good O friendly path - very hard when someone is not into this for themselves as many here have discovered

Anyone been successful treating skin cancers in a more gentle manner?
He applies sunscreen every day even though he works indoors in an office.
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I don’t have any advice but I’m interested in what other people might have to say.

In my foolish youth I used to put baby oil all over my body and lay in the sun for hours.  I have some sun spots.  There is a particularly ugly one on my forehead.

I use Genoma creams.  Amazingly I don’t have as many wrinkles at my age as other women who abused the sun and smoked cigarettes for most of their life.  I have been following the BTD for 10 years, which helps.

A Rotarian in my club died of skin cancer many years ago.  I know it is a serious condition.


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I'm thinking outside of the box...but it's still worth taking at look at this information.
(warning: second link is very graphic, dealing with skin cancer)

http://www.aboutclay.com/clay_info.htm

http://www.aboutclay.com/info/Articles/skin_cancer.htm

And this is worth watching
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4DOQ6Xhqss&feature=player_embedded#at=33


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let him follow the protocols and food lists in the cancer book.

makes for a nice thoughtful present, no?


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hemp bud(not the seed) oil...it's black thick oil...apply topically and rub into spot...I think hemp growing is legal in AU..there a video on youtube on how to make it


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I treated and cured a biopsied skin cancer on my nose and one on my mother's leg with eggplant and vinegar a few years ago.  I am getting ready to start some plants of petty surge from seed that I ordered last fall to treat a couple of spots on my forehead.  You can read about the eggplant method here:

http://www.topicalinfo.org/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=143

Also, many other natural treatments here:

http://www.topicalinfo.org/forum/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=1
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Glutathinone cream from Murray Ave Apothecary.
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great responses everyone, thank you.

ok, cancer book on order, i have the encyclopaedia too, will look at that asap.
hemp seed oil available here, not hemp bud oil Mikeo, thanks anyhow for the suggestion.
the eggplant bicarb rub freaked him out a bit - but thanks for that suggestion - hey why not?
just looked into Glutathinone cream - it is for skin whitening primarily??

i do have some organic castor oil - may be able to get him to start rubbing that in too, not sure if it will do anything though i know it is an effective detoxer.

i have a fresh bottle of Proberry caps and Genoma derma - thinking of giving him those as a start to support the skin / immune system ...

a lymph node on my jaw has been swelling up this week - think i may need the proberry myself

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I've had a few of those pre-cancerous spots frozen off.  This was years ago.  I've seen great results from the genotype diet for clearing up the skin.  Many patches have dried up and fallen off.  If your dad won't follow the diet, a couple of topical things that have shown some results for me in years past --

High strength Vit. E oil with Tea Tree Oil mixed in, rubbed into the spots nightly.
Use for a few days and alternate with ~

Emu Oil massaged in for a few days, then switching back to the Vit E/Tea Tree oil.



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highest amounts of salvestroles.... 4-8'000 units and even more daily !!!& the Dr.'D.'s anticancer booklet recommendations... a must.... wish your dad all the best greetings from Switzerland ....


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A neighbor successfully treated similar skin cancers with just lavendar essential oil....repeated application 5-6 times a day.  In  about 4  weeks he saw most were gone.


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I'll try that for the two spots I have in my neck.




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Quoted from Victoria
I've had a few of those pre-cancerous spots frozen off.  This was years ago.  I've seen great results from the genotype diet for clearing up the skin.  Many patches have dried up and fallen off.  If your dad won't follow the diet, a couple of topical things that have shown some results for me in years past --

High strength Vit. E oil with Tea Tree Oil mixed in, rubbed into the spots nightly.
Use for a few days and alternate with ~

Emu Oil massaged in for a few days, then switching back to the Vit E/Tea Tree oil.


Thanks Victoria, I forgot about Emu oil, I love that stuff.  I have this little indenture on my cheek.  I just ran & rubbed some on it.  Years ago when I had surgery it did wonders for healing up the scar.


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Thanks Victoria, I forgot about Emu oil, I love that stuff.  I have this little indenture on my cheek.  I just ran & rubbed some on it.  Years ago when I had surgery it did wonders for healing up the scar.


I love it, too.  I'm constantly finding things that it helps with.



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okay, emu oil, check.
cancer booklet, check.--- he's not read it yet -
Proberry, astragalus, genoma derma, check.
And some valerian each night for stress / good sleep... works 6 days/72hr week.

I am having him mix a little emu oil with a lil castor oil and he rubs that in each morning.
He was like 'Emu What?!' lol.

I am not sure about topical app of tea tree or lavender (esp for male) those do funny things in men don't they?

I do have some rosemary oil though - Dr D has rosemary on the O cancer protocol, wonder if topically it may aid??

thanks again for all the thoughts and suggestions!!
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mistletoe tincture might be worth looking into, topically

http://www.dadamo.com/forum/convert1/config.pl?read=342


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Hello everyone. Don't mean to hijack the thread but it similar to what I was planning to post. My mom's skin cancer is out of control and she is in jeopardy of having her foot amputated. I want to send her a box of super foods to eat. She won't eat well on her own but I think she wwill eat it if it's in a box sitting in front of her. After years of me nagging at her she is finally seeing a ND for extra support. That means her pill intake is at a sky rocket high. Does soy help type A's battle cancer?


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I have the cancer book somewhere. Lost it or loaned it out. Advice would be appreciated until I can replace it. On my phone, sorry for the sloppy writing.


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send her the cancer protocol, and the book.....
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she ll be getting it by Tuesday, max, at her doorstep


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I think she wwill eat it if it's in a box sitting in front of her.


food as medicine she will only find through fresh produce.....
anything from a box, is simply processed.....best avoided when trying to heal and prevent an illness
she needs someone to cook for her, from scratch....
fruits and veggies, she might try juicing as well


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I know that. I was hoping to send fresh goodies with dry ice overnight. She has a hard time moving herself from room to room. Forget getting to the grocery store on a regular basis. Her small town does not have organic anything.


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Definitely the cancer book as even though the cancer is on the skin, you still must treat from within.

My first thought was topical green tea - I do a green tea face mask using matcha powder, instructions here.  Also, green tea internally!


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Thanks, Kate!  Sounds like a very worthy use for powdered green tea!  



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