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robbiethegood

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Posted - 10/25/2013 :  10:58:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
@ Donotuseescharotics:

Get out of here and get off this forum.

Period. Go away.

Take your lies and despicable disinformation and go.

The cat is out of the bag, too many people know the truth now.

I think these invaders should be permanently banned from here to stop them trying to cause trouble and worrying people with doubts.

Seriously mods, ban the troublemakers.

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anivoc

643 Posts

Posted - 10/25/2013 :  13:36:32  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hey Robbie,

Agree that the trolls are frustrating but banning someone is a last resort.Dan owns the site and has the power to do that. As a moderator I can delete post but am not authorized to ban anyone or their IP address.

In my experience on other forums, banned people can usually get back in using a new user name, email and ip address if they really want to come back in.

We get a lot of people coming in leaving hyperlinks to advertise things...and those get deleted immediately.

With People with a sincere negative view I try to be democratic and first understand their perspective. If I feel they are (IMO) off base, I try and reason with them. In the process I've learned things, I may have not otherwise.

It is a hassle and it is annoying but I think the nay sayers coming here are generally sincere....(again IMO) misinformed but sincere.

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robbiethegood

35 Posts

Posted - 10/27/2013 :  22:56:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

OK Anivoc.

Yes I thought that may be so. One point to make is that getting a new IP address is fairly difficult seeing as most people are on broadband now with a fixed one for a while.

I just thought I'd make my opinion clear. I honestly think, and it can be shown I'm sure by testing them out, that insincere invaders are really not too bright and can be pinpointed by questioning and stuff.

Every respect to Ken and all sincere posters on this thread.
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gtgart

Australia
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Posted - 09/01/2016 :  06:25:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Ken

I have requested access on Facebook. Greg Gillespie is my name.

I went ahead with the Mohs in 2013 on top of my ear, but now it has come back, BCC.

I am keen to try the black slave but just want to be sure that there is enough skin on top of my ear and it won't go through to the cartilage.

I will take a look at the ear photos once I am in.

Thanks
Greg
quote:
Originally posted by Ken Murray

Hello Greg,

I had Basal Cell Carcinomas (BCC) on both of my ears and I took extensive photos of the process of using black salve on them. These photos are on our Facebook website at "Skin Cancer and Other Cancer Treatments".

If I had followed the advice of the ill-informed person on this forum "DONOTUSEESCEROTICS", I would have had plastic ears by now. But, thanks to using Amazon Black Salve, both my ears are now once again nice and healthy with no scarring.

Warm regards,
Ken Murray

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Originally posted by gtgart

Hi Ken

What sort of cancer did you have on your ears?

How large and where a bouts?

I have a BCC on the top of my right ear ridge and wondering if it is safe to use?

Thanks
Greg


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Originally posted by Ken Murray


Yes Miked, I have treated both my ears successfully with Amazon Deep Tissue Black Salve, and saved both my ears from being surgically removed.

Yes, there is some initial pain, but only apply the salve for up to 24 hours. If that period of time hurts too much, well then I apply it early in the morning and take the salve off at about 8pm at night.

I then apply Annointing Oil (Frankincense Myrrh Spikenard) and or fresh sap of Aloe Vera stalk and/or Coconut Oil and/or pure Lavender Oil ...and that greatly reduces the stinging, so I can sleep at night.

If that is not enough to allow me to sleep, well then I dissolve 2 Disprin in some water and swallow. It helps me get some sleep in while the cancers are killed by the black salve and then things settle down in a day or two, while the scab eschar/s forms and drops off.

Then I apply fresh Aloe Vera sap from a fresh cut stalk and good quality Pawpaw Ointment for encouraging skin cell growth. Also apply pure Lavender Oil to help stop the itching feelings and to reduce scarring.

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Originally posted by miked

I've been applying black salve to a cancerous growth in the crease at the top of my ear and have been in constant pain for 3 days,is this normal ?.
I've used black salve before with success so I know it works but never had this much pain before.







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Apple Seed

27 Posts

Posted - 02/04/2017 :  11:34:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi, I just saw this thread now. Ken it's great the Cansema is working for you (I use it myself) but is it really a victory over skin cancer if your skin cancer keeps coming back or new lesions occur. At most Cansema (and all black salves) are just "band aids"-- welcome as use for skin cancer management but hardly a cure or victory over skin cancer. What other things are you taking (internally) to get rid of your skin cancer for good?
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