Last Modified on Mar 16, 2016
One of the most common forms of skin cancer, squamous cell carcinoma manifests as a thin, flat squamous cell that makes up the outer layer of the skin. While typically not life-threatening, if left untreated, the cancer can spread to various parts of the body and cause more serious complications. Natural treatment options can prevent this spread and treat the condition before more serious complications arise. Cesium Chloride, Apple Cider Vinegar and Iodine and three such remedies.
What is Squamous Cell Carcinoma?
Squamous cell carcinoma is a cancer of the skin that generally appears as a thin, flat cell on the outer layer of the skin. This cancer typically occurs on the scalp, back of the hands, ears and other sun-exposed areas. Symptoms of the condition include a firm red nodule, a flat sore with a scaly crust, a new sore from an old scar, a red patch inside the mouth or a raised wart-like sore on the anus or in the genitals.
Natural Remedies for Skin Cancer
Treating skin cancer, even a mild form like squamous cell carcinoma, is crucial for alleviating more serious complications. Treatment generally centers on eradicating the irregular cells and replenishing new, healthy cells. Natural treatment options include cesium chloride, iodine, apple cider vinegar and several others.
Cesium chloride is a unique compound lauded for its involvement in the cancer breakthrough. This compound, obtained from the reaction of cesium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid, is considered a salt that is effective at oxygenating the body and starving the cancer cells. Cesium chloride creates an environment in the body in which cancer cannot survive, thus eliminating it.
Iodine functions in much the same way as cesium chloride. This compound attacks the diseased cells and destroys them without harming the healthy cells. Iodine also eliminates infection and other toxins that may be harming the body.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar also functions to disrupt cancer’s necessary environment. While apple cider vinegar is acidic, it works to alkalize the body, a state in which cancer cannot survive. Apple cider vinegar also delivers a number of important vitamins and minerals to the body to support overall health and immune function.
Typically a result of extended exposure to ultraviolet radiation, squamous cell carcinoma is highly preventable and also treatable. Avoiding extended sun exposure and regularly checking the skin goes a long way toward prevention while natural remedies are also capable treatment options.
Remedies for Squamous Cell Carcinoma
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An acquaintance told me that following countless surgical procedures for Basal Cell Carcinoma he decided he'd had enough, did some research and successfully treated himself using apple cider vinegar. And the info I'm reading does seem to substantiate this. But, is it as effective for Squamous cell carcinoma in situ (bowen's disease)? I don't see anything clear cut. It's on the bridge of my nose and don't relish mohs surgery, and been through 3x aldare and efudix. Thanks, Lori
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Posted by Barb (Elk City, Oklahoma 73644) on 02/22/2006
I used cesium chloride to cure squamous cell carcinoma. The cesium worked on all the tumors except the one the doctor was treating with radiation at the same time I was treating with cesium. I couldn't understand why the cesium didn't kill the one tumor which was dying from radiation. Three months later as the tumor had grown back to its original size I finally figured it out. The radiation was shrinking the tumor so it wasn't ingesting the cesium chloride at the same time the rest of the tumors were.
It has been said it is harder to treat cancer after radiation. I now know why. The radiation stops the intake of the natural cancer killing agents until it starts growing again.
After killing all the small tumors there is no doubt a second treatment with cesium chloride will work on the larger tumor because it is once again ingesting huge amounts of glucose to keep its inefficient acid engine running.
If anyone tries the cesium chloride treatment be sure to tell them to take their potassium and magnesium as these chemicals get locked up inside the cancer cell along with the cesium chloride. Great harm can happen if they do not keep up the electrolites in their system as they self medicate with cesium chloride.
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Posted by Diane (Chesapeake, VA) on 02/26/2007
I use tincture of iodine (everyday) on skin ulcers which refuse to heal. Sometimes I apply iodine 2 to 3 times a day. I never miss a day when treating squamous cell carcinoma. The area being treated by the tincture of iodine often becomes very sensitive or itchy...don't discontinue the iodine...keep applying iodine on the ulcer. The itchy skin will scab up...it's just the healing process. Scrape off the skin if it again develops a white flaky patch or a brown scab...then, apply more iodine. Use the iodine for at least one to two months until the skin ulcer has completely disappeared. Then, use Retin-A cream to complete the skin rejuvenation process. Use Raw Organic Palm Fruit Oil along with the iodine to promote deep healing and also use Raw Organic Palm Fruit Oil along with sun block to prevent future skin damage. The ulcer patches have developed on my hands and lower arms. One skin damaged area shows my skin separating on crease lines on top of my wrist. The day after I applied the tincture of iodine to the separating skin, the crease lines showed signs of healing, as blood circulation appeared in the area. The areas I treat are all about the size of a quarter, which is larger than the freckle-sized spot. I figure the underlying skin damage takes in a larger area and it may only show up on the skin as a small freckle-sized spot. Last, everyone will ask you why you are using iodine on your skin...it's orange...it's sooo old fashioned. Don't let the embarrassment of orangey skin stop your self-treatment...it beats having a doctor remove the cancer and leaving you with holes where the carcinoma or melanoma used to be. I use this treatment on all skin problems, to include possible melanoma. In addition to the topical treatment, I plan to add a daily dose of Lugol's Iodine in my drinking water. I want to treat all cancers and other health problems from within. I have red hair and white skin with lots of freckles, and I am very sun sensitive. I have been terribly burned year after year while growing up in California. I am now 56 years old, and the skin cancer is just starting to appear. That's why I feel it necessary to add the Lugol's Iodine daily to my drinking water.
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Posted by Janice Gypsy (Titusville Fl, Usa) on 04/17/2013
Hubby, vet amputee, 66.. Radiation, chemo, surgery... did not work... Squamous cell... Throat and spot in each lung. Acupuncture, IV injections of Vitamin c, alkaline diet, soursop, essiac tea, cannibus oil, graviola, baking soda/black strap molasses, etc. He is on feeding tube, throat shut down. Must spit out saliva. Miserable. Labs from VA showed anemic, thryoid problems, 11 doctors now involved. Desperate. What next can I do to help him? He is a good man. Married 20 years. Cannot lose him. I am disabled, 68, no family here, etc, full time caretaker. Advice asap. He has tumor back of throat, cluster of tumors outside his throat, stoma in throat too. He was diagnosed April 2011. It gets worse, not better. What am I not doing I don't know about? Want to save his life. Can you help please? Thanks
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Posted by Becky (Deltona, Fl) on 08/17/2013
My dad is 87 y/o and for the past 2 yrs we have been dealing with treatments for something that started as a spot on his scalp. Burning, MOHS x2, radiation, surgical excision and now in March, May and just last wk, surgical procedures. These last 3, they have removed dad's scalp exposing the bone, hoping that it will regenerate enough to do a skin graft. Needless to say that the biopsy from last weeks procedure show more squamous cells which leads to another surgical removal. I'm at my wits end and needless to say my poor dad is so tired of all these surgeries with no relief in site. I've been reading the site, but would like some insight as to which treatment would be beneficial for my Dad. Thanking all who might help me help him.
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Posted by Duke (Kentucky) on 11/26/2013
Just diagnosed with SCC. Have extensive swelling in neck and arm. Biopsy was done showing SCC but could not pinpoint the primary source of the cancer. Did PET scan which showed the source being in the sinuses and the femor of left leg. Was told that there is no cure, the only option is Radiation and Chemo treatments which can shrink the multiple tumors and if it works would only give me more time and this would have to be repeated as the tumors start growing again. Started the radiation treatments last week and they will continue for several weeks and then chemo for several weeks. They say the most I can even hope for is a max of 18 months. Is there anything that I can do? Please help, willing to try anything.
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