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aabbynormal Posted - 06/30/2008 : 20:17:25
hi, i have spent months reading and looking up natural ways do deal with/fix/lessen the spreading of my skin cancer. i emailed dan who replied and is wonderful. i went to ,ordered, and am now using the cream. [day 4] and well, we'll see. other than a few seconds of a sting when applying, and one day of nausea, but probally from all the garlic bread, things are fine. it does look like one area on the left side of my nose/face is drawing up. yipppeeee.

i have several places all surrounding my nose and spreading to my cheeks... excited about the cymilium.

i am the allergic person, cant take normal or western medicine... can not have surgery because of allergies... my pain cabinet consists of baby aspirn [no more than 3 a day] and t tree oil, and good ole unkers salve... and it works. i actually consider myself *blessed to have found these items...and i will not have to ever to go to rehab for a drug problem. hah hah.

i need to eat better... too much bread [a sucker for garlic bread and humus] and refined sugar [in my coffee @ 2 cups a day] ] ... but other than that, it is veggies, and fruit.... the only vitamin i can not take is the b, and i dont do ginsing very well. so if anyone has any more rub on cream ideas, the perfect cleansing diet, i am willing.

thanks. aabbynormal
*and blessed because i know the savior :-)
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thanks01 Posted - 09/06/2008 : 10:10:56
THANK YOU, Dan - for the entry in thread: 1 month of cymilium

This explanation is of great interest to me, because it reflects the approach I'm taking currently for some suspicious "spots"on my legs. In my "history" entry about BCC I never followed up to say that when I went to a dermatologist he biopsied and surgically two more BCCs, one on my chest, which I had never noticed, and another "non-healing" spot on my leg, which I had seen for a long time.
Now I'm between inspections and see some other spots which he did not pay attention to and I'm trying to work on them before the next visit. In fact, I hope to postpone the next visit and give myself a little more time.
Part of my plan is to keep repeating the treatment over some months, to give the body a chance to clean up the spots with a little help from the "salve" below and, of course, diet changes, including the one you mentioned for alkalinity (eating lots of vegetables).
In addition to tackling the diet questions, I have been making homemade salves all of which include pancreatin as the main ingredient. I have tried hand lotion, but noticed that the pancreatin seemed to be digesting it (possibly the fat). I am now trying eggplant puree with pancreatin (not very easy to spread). I think I may now try adding a little ammonia.
But the pancreatin impressed me. While applying the salve daily I noticed a large improvement in some fingernails which have been suffering from fungus, probably part of my candida problem.
All of these conditions take a long time to improve significantly, so I feel premature in reporting all of this, but this interesting post on PANCREATIN has brought me to report in, possibly early.
The pancreatin that I use is from Swanson Health:
aabbynormal Posted - 07/11/2008 : 12:11:31
hi folks, all is still going well with the cymilium... i wanted to ask waht cleaning agent would be best between daily treatments..... witch hazel, hydo peroxide, pure water... some say baking soda. i have been using saline solution.
thanks, aabby
aabbynormal Posted - 07/10/2008 : 16:30:04
thanks dan.. i have another question... waht do you think is the best cleansing idea between daily skin applications? our water here has so many chemicals, and copper-ie taste, waht about hydro peroxide or just pure water . some say bsaking soda.
thanks aabby
dan Posted - 07/10/2008 : 00:56:25
aabbynormal, we really appreciate the feedback. I personally know Cymilium works well for skin cancer and it is nice to hear when it works for others too. Hope you have enjoyed your children's visit.
aabbynormal Posted - 07/08/2008 : 08:00:48
thanks for your reply, yes, you are right, i am in need of diet change..
i have been using cylimium for 12 days now, and it is absolutely amazing... everyone notices, even my nurse friends... my nose and cheeks are healing... i am using it twice a day.. i wanted to be careful since i am allergic to so much stuff... i took a digi picture on day 1, will trake another today, and then when its gone. cauyse that's where its heading... Praise the Lord !!!!!
two of my children will be here tomorrow from out of state, i havent seen them in a few months, they will be amazed.. :-)
thaks, abby
thanks01 Posted - 07/01/2008 : 16:31:51
Since you mention your diet, consider some of the threads and pages on this site related to nutrition, including the POSSIBLE relation of skin cancer to overgrowths of Candida yeast, then the dietary regime for Candida. The bread, caffeine, and sugar (and fruit) that you mention may not be well enough countered by the veggies. Several people on this website, including Dan, think that diet plays an important part here..... for the long term.... Good luck. P.S. It's hard to change our diet quickly. Be patient and persistent and appreciate small advances.

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