Healing Clay & Colloidal Silver
Dr. Farinha's laboratory testing confirmed
the direct antimicrobal effect of silver against Staph, Candida and
Psuedomonas. Read the details: Silver
effective against pathogenic organisms, and explore how
silver can, via direct contact, reduce bacterial population counts
from over ten million copies to undetectable in under four minutes.
Dr. Farinha's laboratory testing confirmed the direct antimicrobal effect of silver against Staph, Candida and Psuedomonas. Read the details: Silver effective against pathogenic organisms, and explore how silver can, via direct contact, reduce bacterial population counts from over ten million copies to undetectable in under four minutes.
Skin Cancer - What if Allopathic Medical Treatment Fails?
Can Colloidal Silver be Used Internally to Treat Skin Cancer?
There is no evidence to suggest that drinking colloidal silver will reach the area of the skin cancer growth. Some researchers believe that some types of cancer have a pathogen-based cause. Like anything else with isolated silver use, if silver ions come in contact with pathogens in the body, internal use of silver will have a significant impact on all related conditions.
Can Colloidal Silver be Used Externally to Treat Skin Cancer?
Colloidal silver, from our experience and research, is not effective when used topically with skin cancer. There is however, further research that shows promise with Silver Iontophoresis. However, we don't recommend experimentation by individuals without a very clear understanding of the effects of current on cancer cells.
What about Healing Clays and Skin Cancer?
Our own research over the years has suggested that proper external use of healing clay always impacts active cancerous growths. Skin cancer is no exception, although in some cases the single result is reduction in size of the cancer and an evident cessation of pain, irritation, and growth. Three weeks of external daily external clay packs is an excellent and safe research experiment.
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What about Cansema and "Black Salve"?
In the research study that follows, Cansema was utilized as an effective treatment for skin cancer. In some situations, like the one that follows, the treatment with Cansema is quite an ordeal. In other cases, it is painless and results in no scarring. This is dependent upon the type of cancer and how deep the cancer penetrates. When in doubt, always seek the guidance of a competent alternative MD with experience.
Here is a formula that is very similiar to Cansema. While it is not as good as the "original", it is still equally effective. Please, use at your own risk, and very carefully. Review all the material at altcancer.com before attempting to use any black salve formula. Also, please note that as of August 2009, Cansema is back on the market. We recommend purchasing the original from the source: www.altcancer.com.
1/2 cup powdered Blood Root (Sanguinaria Canadensis)
1/2 cup Zinc Chloride, crystals or liquid
1/2 cup common white flour
1 1/2 cup warm water
100ml Chaparral extract or 100gm of powdered Chaparral (Larrea mexicana)
Pre-mix all but the water.
Use a stainless steel double boiler. Add water to the boiler then stir in the other ingredients.
Stir well using a wooden or ceramic spoon.
Cook for thirty minutes with boiling water, stirring constantly. Remove from heat, allow to cool, and store in a air-tight container.
Additionally, a black salve may be purchased:
Healing clay poultices show a marked effect on the skin cancer. Cansema treatment is applied.
The Nectrotizing tissue is cared for with sterile bandages, silver, and healing clay.
Acidosis is treated with Hrx ( a special Potassium Hydroxide ).
Page 4: Tissue Healing Begins.
Page 5: Accelerated Tissue Healing.
Page 6: The Wound Nearly Healed.
Page 7: The Wound Healed Over.
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