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Apple Seed Posted - 03/05/2017 : 08:57:55
Is there a topical solution (such as apple cider vinegar etc) other than Cansema and bloodroot that will sting when applied to a suspected skin cancer in order to let you know if it is cancer or not. There is a product called Total Care Body Wash that when applied to a suspected lesion produces some sort of reaction (I donít know if it stings or not) to self-diagnose a suspected lesion, but that costs $100 (£82) for an 8 oz bottle.

Iím looking for something that will give me the go ahead to use Cansema and bloodroot, rather than use Cansema and bloodroot to begin with.
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Elamras9 Posted - 06/18/2017 : 23:15:45
Your posthing solved my problem.
Apple Seed Posted - 03/07/2017 : 10:34:56
Thanks Dan. Is there one product you would recommend or that you use?
dan Posted - 03/06/2017 : 19:05:40
Hi Apple Seed, I like to use orange oil for that purpose which is very inexpensive. You should be able to find it for about $5 US. In my experience, applying a few drops to a skin cancer will cause an intense stinging reaction after about a minute that lasts for about 20 to 25 minutes. Applied to normal skin, there should be no reaction. However, it it possible but unlikely to be allergic to orange oil.

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