Natural Remedies for Basal Cell Carcinoma

Basal Cell Carcinoma Remedies
Posted by Brooke (Durango, Co) on 10/04/2013

I've read with great interest some of the remedies here. I've just had a punch biopsy by a local skin doctor the results of which gave the diagnosis of “Multifocal and Infiltrating Basal Cell Carcinoma.”

I went for a consultation with a local plastic surgeon and when he explained the recommended surgery, it was a real turnoff. He did say that sometimes the biopsy produced a cure and suggested waiting a few weeks. When I got home, I decided to research non-surgical treatments and cures and came up with your site. I was impressed by many of the results shared by people with a similar diagnosis or pathology.

I went out and bought some of the ingredients that were mentioned and seemed to be most effective, like: Raw Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Milk Thistle, 3% Hydrogen Peroxide, Vitamin C Crystals, Iodine (what's different about the “tincture” type of Iodine and is that important in this sort of treatment?) and Colloidal Silver. Any good recipes, using these ingredients?

I have a couple of other questions for those who've experimented successfully with some of the above ingredients. It seems that some of the items mentioned have an acidic base, is that important? Therefore, I wondered if I the Vitamin C should be the acidic type or can it be buffered? Also, is there a difference between crystals and powder? And, has anyone tried altering treatments, like one recipe in the morning and another at night? And, finally, has anyone tried anything using probiotics successfully?

I look forward to hearing your answers to the above questions and any other ideas you might have.

Basal Cell Carcinoma Remedies
Posted by Mike (Denver, Colorado) on 10/04/2013

Brooke: The milk thistle is actually milk weed.


Basal Cell Carcinoma Remedies
Posted by Christine (Seattle, Wa) on 09/15/2015

Brooke,

I have the same type of infiltrative basal cell on my forehead. Wonder what treatments worked for you? Thanks!


Basal Cell Carcinoma Remedies
Posted by On My (Carmichaels Pa.) on 11/14/2016

I also used the vitamin C on my ear - a paste two times a day for almost three weeks and what I believe was basal cell never came back, It has been over a year now.


Preventing BCC
Posted by Peter (Phila, Pa) on 09/01/2013

BCC on tip of my nose... Biopsy from Penn pathology says BCC... They recommend MOH's surgery and then plastic surgeon to graft other nose skin over hole left on tip of nose. One week after biopsy nose has no bleeding or pimple like bumps showing. Could biopsy have removed BCC or is this temporary? What treatment will prevent further outbreaks and stop the need for MOHs? Peter

Preventing BCC
Posted by Patti (Nj) on 09/17/2013

Hi Peter,

there are several video's on youtube about skin cancer cures. I know that anyone can post on youtube but most of them have open comments on them also. A lot of them that I've seen were claiming that the product or products worked. These are not pharmaceuticals, so they are not trying to sell you anything. The reason I responded to your comment was b/c I used to be a big sun worshipper, and I lived on the Jersey Shore beaches all summer long. Now in my 50s, I get a little paranoid if I see a new freckle. I wanted to do some research on my own in case a Dr ever told me that I did have skin cancer. So while I'm not exactly giving you any answers, I'm hoping I was able to help you look into some other options that might help. You may want to search black salve on youtube or one video in particular on there was about BCC and the man documented his progress. You can see it here, http://youtu.be/U2YYYPEcndM

Hope that helps.
Patti


Preventing BCC
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 03/11/2016

Debbie, mine was in the exact place that you describe. I eventually had it removed, leaving a noticeable scar, but I was just "testing" my face with ACV to see if there were any spots that reacted to the ACV. There are none, thank G-d, but I wonder if it's a good test to see what's what. I got the idea from reading the ACV pages and noticing that when people used it for BCC, it went after the tentacles too.


Basal Cell Carcinoma Remedies
Posted by Lala (Mcminnville, Or) on 05/30/2013

How can I treat my husbands BCC on his lower eyelid? It's on the edge where the lashes are and a bit inside the lid. Are there some kind of drops that would help? He has had two Moh procedures on it already and not going again. He's had so many moh's procedures on his face and ear. He also has several on his back and chest.

Basal Cell Carcinoma Remedies
Posted by Chickenlady (Harlingen) on 05/30/2013

You can use topical vitamin C on basal cell carcinoma, but I don't know how or if you can use it so close to the eye--you would need to figure that out. I used vitamin C paste on a diagnosed, biopsied bcc and had a lot of success reducing it. There is a skin cancer website that covers it in more detail. Good luck!


Basal Cell Carcinoma Remedies
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 05/30/2013

Lala, read up on castor oil. And also on BCC right here on EC.


Basal Cell Carcinoma Remedies
Posted by Mya (Texas, US) on 07/22/2014

Can you tell me what type of basal cell was on the eyelid? Was it nodular? I am trying to find an alternative to surgery and I have nodular on eyelid. What did you use on it and did it go away?


Basal Cell Carcinoma Remedies
Posted by Jax (Colorado) on 07/06/2015
1 out of 5 stars

Has anyone else had experience with colloidal silver on an eyelid bbc? I have bbc on my lower eyelid and have been soaking a q-tip in colloidal silver (first started 10 ppm and now using 30 ppm) and applying on the bbc several times per day with no success. I've been doing this since February and have not noticed any difference in size or color. I want to avoid Moh's at all costs! I am also fearful of putting other remedies like Apple Cider Vinegar on or near my eye. any feedback is appreciated. Thanks!


Basal Cell Carcinoma Remedies
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 07/07/2015

Jax, read up on using wetted clay. NOT IN your eye, just on the lids. Very easy to wash off even if it drys on you.


Basal Cell Carcinoma Remedies
Posted by Om (Hope, Bc Canada) on 07/08/2015

Jax --- try cold pressed castor oil also called Palma Christi, it can be put into the eye and does many good healings. Do research under Edgar Cayce.

Namaste, Om


Basal Cell Carcinoma Remedies
Posted by Jax (Colorado) on 07/09/2015

Thank you, Mmsg and Om. I will explore both options for the bcc on my eyelid. I appreciate the suggestions!


General Feedback
Posted by Joyce (Sacramento, California) on 03/11/2013

I have a basal cell carcinoma on my lower lip. You can hardly see it becuase I think it's under skin. I wonder how to treat this on a lip?

General Feedback
Posted by Jholl (Louisville, Kentucky) on 03/11/2013 28 posts

I would suggest castor oil for your lip. It works well for the skin. I have used it to soften my heels. It comes in a roll on formula now at a major retail store. It does work as a laxative. But in such a small quantity as a lip salve, I doubt that would be an issue.

I have not tried this personally. But, I would try it if I had that problem.

Another thought would be coconut oil. Both of these are anti fungal and there are researchers out there who believe cancers have a fungal basis.

Best of luck!


General Feedback
Posted by Ann (Michigan, US) on 01/08/2015 1 posts

Cathy, Melbourne, FL 2012

please tell us where you got this cream for basal cell carcinoma for $34.95 in New Jersey. the only price I have seen is $144 on up! thanx Ann in MI


General Feedback
Posted by Desiree (South Africa) on 05/16/2015

Has anyone found out what is causing these things. My husband has a Keratoacanthoma on the scalp. If someone had to study them and find out what they are made up of then they could definitely be neutralized. Like acid is neutralized by alkaline.


General Feedback
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 05/16/2015

Desiree, I don't know much about it, but in my case, sunlight was aggravating it and nullifying at any alternative treatment I tried. (Only found that out after having it removed.)


Milk Thistle
Posted by Paula (Chattanooga, Tn) on 06/27/2013

Is this type of Milk Thistle available in USA?


Milk Thistle
Posted by Kathy (The Usa) on 06/28/2013

Hi Paula, I just happened to see some milk thistle on sale at a grocery store. It's probably sold everywhere vitamins are sold.


Milk Thistle
Posted by Karen (Buffalo, Ny) on 09/08/2013

I believe it is called milkweed here in the US. There is a lot of information out regarding milkweed cures and basal cell. Here it grows as a large weed along roadsides with a sticky, milky white substance in the leaves and stem.


Milk Thistle
Posted by Mellisa (Australia) on 09/26/2014

Do you have photos of the plant and which area to use


Milk Thistle
Posted by Tian (London) on 07/09/2015

Hello, I'm originally from Magnetic Island, Queensland, Australia and I've had one BCC cut and burnt off (a procedure I'd really rather not repeat)! I've got a second BCC which has appeared just under my left eye on the edge of my nose. I would love to try treating it with Milk Thistle. I wanted to ask for a picture of the plant so I can identify the right one. When I google Milk Thistle a few different images come up and I'm not sure if Australian Milk Thistle is the same as what I would find here in the UK (where I'm currently living). If you could help that would be great. Many thanks, Tian.


Milk Thistle
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 07/09/2015

Dear Tian,

I find that trying to identify herbs from pictures in books and on the internet to be difficult. As you observed, the pictures seem to contradict each other! I usually try to find a person who can easily identify herbs for me in person. (Not easy to find such a person.)

Milk Thistle does grow in Australia, so I wonder if "Australian" Milk Thistle is just identifying the harvest location?

When I am having trouble identifying or obtaining a specific herb for a health condition, I usually just try something else first.

There has also been some recent discussion here at Earth Clinic about using bentonite clay on BCC. It might be something to consider.

~Mama to Many~


Milk Thistle
Posted by Kiki (FL) on 03/09/2019

I take Gaia liquid caps of milk thistle, I wonder if you can break them open and use it on BCC?


Vitamin C
Posted by Brandy (San Juan Capistrano, Ca) on 10/24/2011

I have been using buffered vitamin c on a cancerous spot. It has taken a few weeks but it is finally scabbing up and shrinking. I emptied out a buffered c capsule into a cup, wet a qtip, dipped it in it until it bubbled and put it on the spot three times a day. At first it itched, then after a week it stung a little and then it started to bleed and scab. Now it is about half the size. I'll let you know if it clears up completely.


Vitamin C
Posted by Tuuli (Detroit, Usa) on 12/09/2011

I would like to know how can you be sure that the cancer is completely gone once the scab falls off? Did anybody have any tests done? Can the cancer go deeper into the tissue?


Vitamin C
Posted by Nikki (Providence, Ri) on 01/25/2012

I'm going to have a biopsy on my face tomorrow. Just because I want to know what I am dealing with.

Afterwards, what do you suggest I put on it to help it heal since it will be freshly opened and 'take' a natural cure better???

I hope to avoid Moh's surgery if it is skin cancer, which I am almost sure it is. I'll have to wait about a month or two between the biopsy and the possible Moh's surgery.

Thank you!


Vitamin C
Posted by Sigurður (Oberlin, Ohio) on 07/24/2012

The simplest way to remove a small basal cell carcinoma is with the head of a nail heated on the stove or with a propane torch, it does smart a bit and scars a little more than freezing it out with liquid nitrogen, but it's vastly less expensive. Just use common sense, go slow and easy, and don't thrust it violently into the skin as in some old cowboy movie.


Vitamin C
Posted by Richard (Hong Kong) on 06/16/2014

Hi, I am delighted to hear that you are all having success with your natural treatments. I wish you all luck and health.

However, being a long time sufferer of BCC I have to say that the Mohs and plastics surgery I have had has been amazing and if you can afford it it has been a good option for me. Several of my colleagues have had large BCC removed from their faces and due to the good auspices of an american trained plastic surgeon are good as new.

The only other thing I would add is if you cure yourself please invest some $ in a biopsy to make sure. I have had a bcc "heal up" only to be active underneath requiring a 2" hole in my neck and a skin graft.

On the subject of melanoma please don't delay I have also been down that route and am still here 16 years later and have seen my kids grow up due to surgery. The prognosis isn't great if it gets out and about.

I'd love to try your cures but for me I can't take a chance with the "experiment".

With very best wishes to you all.


Vitamin C
Posted by Nanowriter (Hotspot, Texas) on 06/17/2014

Richard, glad that Moh's surgery has worked well for you. Many of us with BCC/SCCs end up in alt med because of recurrence.

I had a BCC removed by Moh's. The incision ran from the outer corner of my eye to the inner corner and then down my nose to below my upper lip. Caring for such a large open wound near my brain was truly terrifying.

About a month after the surgery, a new growth started up on the opposite side of my nose. Eight months after my surgery, a new growth started up right on the Moh's incision line. This is not unusual for cancer surgery patients to experience.

Moh's surgery does not guarantee skin cancer will not recurr in that spot or other spots. Like black salve, vit C, etc., it is treating the symptom, but not the cause.

My point is that conventional medicine is no better off than we are in keeping cancers from recurring. It is simply a different way of removing cancer growths. Removing them does not necessarily cure the patient of cancer.


Vitamin C
Posted by Dk (California, US) on 10/14/2014

Has anyone seen that peroxide and baking soda keep getting mentioned? Has anyone treated healthy skin with both of those products as purely a preventative measure to avoid cancer cells from developing in the first place??? Would love to know....DK


Vitamin C
Posted by Julie (Carbondale, Co) on 11/06/2014

I've been using vit c, frankincense, aldera, baking soda, peroxide, castor oil. My Basal Cell Carcinoma just seems to be getting raw and bigger with little cyst looking particles. The area just seems to be getting larger and worse. Anyone tried bloodroot or have any suggestions? It's on my chin near lip so I'm truing to avoid surgery. Please help if you have any suggestions.


Vitamin C
Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, Tn.) on 11/07/2014

HI U JULIE, , , , , , , , Black salve or blood root will get this but it does not know when to stop eating and will disfigure you. Please investigate Curederm, which is made from the egg plant.

http://www.curederm.com.au/skincancer/actinic.php

If you need confidence, then buy and read the book.

http://www.curadermnetwork.com/curaderm-book.html

It worked for me. =======ORH=======


Vitamin C
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 11/07/2014

Julie, I've tried all of those things (minus aldara) and more for over a year. Nada. So I've made an appointment for surgery, and am just leaving it alone for now. Lo and behold, it looks a wee bit better, but very crusty and flaky, so I dab on a tiny bit of virgin olive oil once in a while so that it won't look too scary. If there is any significant difference by the time surgery rolls around, I might cancel it.

What I'm thinking is that maybe, just maybe, all those things actually DID work and now it has to heal. Who knows?!


Vitamin C
Posted by Blindedbyscience (Wnc) on 11/21/2014

O.k. Here is my update. My spot that I had for years on the left side of my nose although looking like a scar where the biopsy was, I knew it wasn't right. My new biopsy came back BCC infiltrative focal pattern. Perhaps I didn't treat myself long enough with the natural treatments or even effudex. I am 9 days post MOHS. I feel very blessed that it hadn't spread further. Still Doc took out probably a centimeter or more and reconstructed the site. I was very lucky to have a skilled MOHS surgeon. she did a fine job as far as I can tell so far. Yeah, so for me for now, I'm probably going to be very vigilant about going to the Dr if something crops up.


General Feedback
Posted by Sfm (San Francisco, Ca) on 12/25/2010

The 70 year old gentleman with the large facial basal cell carcinoma should have it treated by a radiation oncologist (NOT a medical oncologist. ) Large facial basal cells can become infiltrative and burrow deep into the skin. In a few weeks of facial radiation treatments (about 2 minutes a day), he can eradicate that cell. I've saved my ear from Mohs surgery by having radiation. I've just had a large infiltrative lesion from my waistline treated with radiation as well. I'm going to try the Iodine treatment, but only on small lesions on my scalp. There is a huge difference between small lesions which can be treated topically and large cells that can spread to vital organs.


Baking Soda, Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Carol (Glasgow, Scotland) on 11/29/2010

For around 2yrs I had a sore on my head that wouldn't heal, it was risen around the edge and depressed in the middle, kinda like a crater. I had a bad habit of picking it and assumed that was why it wouldn't heal so I decided to leave it alone and I put a paste of water and bicarbonate of soda on it at night for a few weeks and it cleared up in no time even although I would forget to put the bicarb on for days at a time.

A few months later a similar eruption appeared nearer the crown of my head and shortly after that another smaller one near it. This time I used 3% Hydrogen Peroxide as I could put it on throughout the day without the hassle of the caked bicarb in my hair. It felt like a needle being stabbed into my brain the first few times I done it, I got such a shock but it only lasted a minute or two and by the third of fourth application I didn't feel anything. Both sores cleared up within two weeks.

Now I couldn't see these sores on my head so don't know what they looked like, only what they felt like so last year when I noticed a small, raised, whiteish circle on my arm I didn't associate it with the things i'd felt on my head until recently when it started to pit/depress in the middle and felt just like them. This time I done a bit of research on skin problems that won't heal by themselves and as soon as I saw pictures and read about Basal Cell Carcinoma I am certain that is what these sores are. I will buy some Hydrogen Peroxide this week and do a follow up in a week or twos time.


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Ron (Independence, Missouri) on 11/28/2009
1 out of 5 stars

i find at least 1/2 of the posts are phony. pushing stuff like apple cider vinegar and iodine, etc. i had a cluster of basil cell carcinoma (bcc) on my upper lip about 1/2 in diameter. i tried a soaking of hydrogen peroxide 3%, once a day. it would turn the scabbing white and when pulled off leave a open bloody wound. it would not make it smaller. all it did was start scabbing again.

i had surgery 8-4-09 for removal. it still seems to be healing. i am at this site to learn if something does work. most of your post on bcc are older posts. i am 70 y/o. if this returns i can try something different.

thanks, ron

Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Mike (Portland, Or) on 07/01/2010

Hi,

I read your post on bcc. I think I have one on the forehead, I love the sun, 58yo very fit. I started the 35% and it does burn full strength. How long did you have to use it, how often a day and what finally happened? Mine seems to kind of crust up, it washes off in the shower. I own a business so do not want a big white spot at work. I use it during the evening 2-3 times and before bed. It bubbles and stings then the pain is gone. I would appreciate your feedback. Thanks, Mike.


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Robert (Reading ) on 08/18/2020

What do you mean by digging deep? Thanks


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Donna (Drexel Hill, Pa) on 12/12/2010

Hi Jake, I was very interested in how you are getting rid of the skin cancers you have. I have been dealing with a large growth on my upper stomach about the size of a nickel for a while now. I have used hydrogen peroxide on it but not as often as you. Lately I have been applying 2% iodine tincture to it about once a day. Occasionally it will crust up and a layer of skin will flake off, but I haven't had any bleeding or reduction in size. I was wondering if you might be a little more specific about how you apply the hydrogen peroxide (do you dab it on or soak a cotton ball and tape it to your skin). I would really appreciate any additional information because I am really tired of dealing with this thing. Thank you for your time.


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Janet (Asheville, Nc) on 11/17/2012

Thank you so much for your post on melatonin and coconut oil. I've had a spot on the side of my nose I tried Vit C and peroxide but not long enough probably. Finally I tried Effudex twice a day for 3 weeks. I assumed it was cured but the area didn't heal well and it was really a nasty process. Two months later it started to bleed again after accidentally scrubbing the area! I couldn't get an appt with a dermatologist for a month so I tried the melatonin I am on day 10 of powdered melatonin and coconut oil paste and it really seems like it is working, the area looks better and better and is finally not so tender. The best part is you don't have a nasty wound while using the paste and can go out as normal. I never had a biopsy but I think the effudex would have been effective on an ak. Anyway if I continue to have success I'll repost.


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Janet (Asheville, Nc) on 11/28/2012

COCONUT OIL, MELATONIN FOR AK, BCC. O.K. It must be about day 30 after treating 24/7 for 10 days and then at least at night. There is no root visible and my skin is not tender. I have a pea sized area of pinker skin which is a scar from the effudex but it's not very visible and I don't need makeup. I've been messing with this spot for 2 yrs! Just wish I had a biopsy before to know if it was bcc or just ak. Highly recommend this!


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Rebecca (Raleigh, Nc) on 03/29/2013

I read about Mike's (from Durham) treatment of Melatonin and Coconut oil and then your post. I have had multiple BCC and SCC in my lifetime due to sun exposure. Most have been surgically removed or treated with Aldara. I have had a severe reaction to the Aldara with extreme dizziness, fatique, and depression, so that is no longer an option. I am fasinated with the option of Melatonin and Coconut oil and wanted to know how much melatonin vs coconut oil is used... Basically how do you make it? Thanks for your help, Rebecca of Raleigh


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Treasaj (Texas) on 05/27/2014

I am a 40 yo female w/recent positive biopsy for BCC on the bridge of my nose.........after reading all these comments I am terrified to schedule MOHS, that I am bring referred for. How does anyone know these remedies are working into the tissue??? I would much rather use any of the cures discussed on this forum if they indeed do work. I have insurance & am not terribly concerned with the cost, what is the reason for everyone opting out on surgery????


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Sheila D (Tennessee ) on 06/23/2020

Hi Jake,

I have a bcc between my upper lip and nose and I have a rim around it. I would like to know if your bcc had that rim around it before you used the melatonin mixture and if so did it fall off also. Thanks for any info I've been dealing with this for two years.


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Marcelle (Australia) on 10/30/2020

How long altogether did it take you, and was there any stubornn ones as is usually is, and how many times dayly did u apply HP, and for how long.

Where do you find food grade HP is this the one in chemist 3%? does. It stink and does it come as an ugly wound, then scar, how long is one single process last? I know, many qs, but have tried so many things.. Some types are deeper than artificial ones which seem be easier.


Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Will I am (Seaside, OR) on 06/25/2009
5 out of 5 stars

I have had a basil cell carcenoma on my back for about a year.

It got a little bigger and I decided to get rid of it.

I have been using food grade h2o2 Hydrogen Peroxide (25-35%)

It burns but works great. Just use a cue tip dip it into the h2o2 and it burns the top layers of over a few weeks. It's better than the doctor and cost's about $1.00 worth of the food grade peroxide.

I will tolerate a little pain, no pain no gain.

Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Linda (Astoria, Or) on 10/14/2011

I live in Astoria Oregon. Where did you find it in Seasdie?


Iodine
Posted by Marshall (Houston, Tx) on 04/06/2010

My father is 70yo, very strong and vital as if he is 55. He has a very large BCC lesion on his face that he refuses to have surgically removed. He tried light therapy many years ago to no avail, then tried Black Cohosh (which had worked to eliminate later, smaller lesions he also developed). He has also tried other creams/salves with no improvement to the large lesion, it has continued to grow and is now the size of a large hamburger patty covering one of his cheeks on his face. Does anyone have a realistic suggestion as to the TYPE and/or brand of Iodine or Apple Cider Vinegar that could be applied? My father's diet is fairly good, but he can be a junk food junkie between his usual healthy meals. He also needs significant dental work. Suggestions and HONEST experiences are welcomed.


Iodine
Posted by Paula (Perth, Wa, Australia) on 07/01/2010

Hi all, this is my first post. Alarm bells have rung with this comment on cancema from Cameron from Brisbane. I do agree that cancema works really well, but I've only ever treated small BCC's & sunspots with it (about 15 spots so far & 1 mole)& it has been very successful. Cancema is actually made from bloodroot (please see Susan from Texas's section above about bloodroot). This bloodroot paste is not to be messed with & please, please take Susan's advice & do some research before treatment. It can be very aggressive, but very effective. You can not predict how you will react to this stuff. Given the choice, I would recommend using bloodroot paste over surgery.


Iodine
Posted by Hope (Sacramento, California) on 07/08/2011

Here is a video of a gentleman who used it on his face - It is a short film showing the beginning of the process and then how his skin responded over several days. It is quite impressive.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1E5zNHdGH1E


Iodine
Posted by Lily (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia) on 07/09/2011

Hi Sue, you should get the skin cancer looked at by the dermatologist as soon as possible. If it was smaller you would have more time to try these remedies like cancema, but it is already too big and you could lose your nose over this. If you insist on using the lotion then I suggest you purchase it right now and don't waste anymore time. If it doesn't work then get to the skin doctor. I have just had one removed from my nose that should have been diagnosed and removed a long time ago and it would have saved me a lot of grief. Best wishes Lily.


Iodine
Posted by Krmybr (Sacramento, Ca) on 08/07/2012

I know this thread is old, but in doing my own research I came across it hoping to find some answers myself. Before applying anything to your possible BCC, you may want to read this evidence-based article about Cansema and other topical agents: http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/Cancer/eschar.html

"In 2002, the Archives of Dermatology published a report of four patients who had used escharotic agents instead of standard treatment for a basal cell cancer [1]. In the first patient, the visible tumor was removed and the skin healed. However, a biopsy several months later showed that cancer remained under the skin. The second patient successfully eradicated his tumors but sustained severe scarring that required surgery to repair."

I am young and, as much as I dont want to, I will continue on with my surgical option in hopes that the scar left behind will be smaller than what could potentially happen if other treatments truly are quackery.


Baking Soda, Castor Oil, Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Greg (Sydney) on 12/30/2015

I wonder if coconut oil or cream can be used as a substitute for castor oil or using aloe vera gel to hold baking soda together when applying to the skin.. I have a 10 mm BCC on my top lip and. I have been booked for surgery in 3 weeks. So I must try these remedys and possibly avoid the surgery.


Baking Soda, Castor Oil, Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Robert Henry (Ten Mile, Tn) on 12/30/2015

HI U GREG, , , , , , , , boy, you in the area where Cura-derm was discovered. It is made from your eggplant. Research and use as it has cured two of my skin cancers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uog1ouoAoys

Wish you well.========ORH=========


Baking Soda, Castor Oil, Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 12/30/2015

Dear Greg,

Castor oil oil has a good reputation in the healing of tumors and growths. Because of this, I would hesitate to substitute it with something else. I suspect it is a critical ingredient.

~Mama to Many~


Baking Soda, Castor Oil, Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Phil (Florida) on 04/29/2022

Read previous baking soda post hoping similar results.. has any1 similar results pls? Thank all ...



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