Good cancer news - eggplant extract fights skin cancer!
By David Liu, PH.D.
Saturday April 7, 2012 (foodconsumer.org) -- When you find some signs of skin cancer, you rush to see your dermatologist. And he suspects that the lesion on your skin may be malignant, and then he refers you to a skin cancer specialist or oncologist. Then you receive surgery and chemo to treat the tumor if diagnosed as a cancer.
(Do you know skin cancer symptoms or how to determine you might have skin cancers like the deadly melanoma?)
Natural News says that you do not have to resort to an invasive surgery and/ or toxic chemotherapy to treat skin cancer and inexpensive, effective, safe cures for curing skin cancer are actually ready available even though they are banned by the mainstream medical monopoly and are not publicised by the mainstream media.
The relatively new remedy, BEC5, (It was reported early on foodconsumer.org) is originated from an Australian folk remedy intended to treat farm animals. The remedy consisting of phytonutrients extracted from eggplants, is now available to anyone online. Clinical trials, according to Natural News, have already confirmed the efficacy of BEC5 and safety on basal cell and squamous cell cancers, two major skin cancers.
However, the eggplant preparation may not be used to treat all types of skin cancers, particularly melanoma, which is rare but most lethal skin cancer with the highest morbidity rate. This skin cancer can metastasize into internal organs killing the patients with the disease. The maker and distributors of BEC5 do not claim their product can cure melanoma. But Natural News reported that at least one person claimed a homemade eggplant preparation cured his melanoma.
The eggplant remedy intended for skin cancer is based on more than observations. Scientific evidence also confirmed that photochemicals in eggplants are potent therapeuticals that can be used to treat non-melanoma skin cancers effectively.
In the March 2012 issue of International Journal of Clinical Medicine, Dr. Bill E. Cham from Sheldon, Australia reported that solasodine rhamnosyl glycosides derived from the eggplant or Devil's apple when used properly result in rapid removal of large skin cancers.
Cham found that Curaderm BEC5, a cream formulation of solasodine rhamnosyl glycosides from the eggplant can effectively treat small to large basal cell carcinoma. But he also found that with intralesion injection of solasodine rhamnosyl glycosides, the treatment period can be shortened by more than half.
In addition, Cham found that two intralesion injections of very low doses of solasodine rhamnosyl glycosides rapidly and effectively remove a large melanoma on a horse!
The eggplant remedy can be made at home. Vinegar can be used to prepare a homemade version of BEC5 eggplant extract that contains the same phytonutrient glycocides and glycoalkaloids with the latter able to enter cancer cells and kill them while the healthy cells are left intact.
How to make and use the eggplant remedy?
Pick a medium sized eggplant and grind it up and place it in a glass gar and full the jar with vinegar, which can be white vinegar or raw organic apple cider vinegar. And then place the jar in the refrigerator and keep it there for three days until the color of the vinegar extract turns brownish golden color, which indicates it is ready to use.
Apply a cotton ball soaked with the extract to tumors and tape the ball on the skin to cover the tumors so the extract can be in constant contact with the tumors. The treatment should last a couple of weeks or more. Dr. Cham was cited as reporting that the cure rate with the eggplant remedy, either BEC5 or homemade version, is high.
Both BEC5 and the homemade version are also said to be able to fight warts and other unhealthy skin conditions.
Editor's note: Food consumer is not responsible for any outcome from using the eggplant remedy.
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