The Skin Cancer Self Treatment from weeds in the Australian Bush
An Australian noxious weed Apple of Sodom is a perennial herb that can infest natural areas and crops and pastures, particularly in coastal areas. It is a significant problem in a number of Australian mainland locations.
However this annoying weed has constituents also found in Eggplants that can cure some skin cancers in the form of curaderm cream.
In 1979, Dr. Cham discovered the amazing effects of Glycoalkaloid in destroying skin cancer cells, when he heard about a cow which remarkably stopped the growth of a skin cancer on it’s eye by rubbing it against the leaf of a Devil’s Apple Plant.
Dr. Cham took samples of the Devil’s Apple plant leaves for experimental research and identified the Glycoalkaloid solasodine glycosides biochemical, known as BEC, and it’s anticancer activity in cell culture, humans and animals. Dr. Cham continued studies and research of Glycoalkaloid throughout the 1980’s, which made him the founder of Glycoalkaloid cancer research. From then a whole new field of medical research of glycoalkaloid compounds and its potential for other beneficial uses such as well being, cancer and other specialised medications was discovered. BEC5 contains a specially purified plant extract from the Solanum sodomaeum, the so-called Devil’s apple- or the Apple of Sodom which is found in the Australasia region. The extract, known as Solasodine Glycosides, (0.005%) is also found in smaller quantities in the eggplant and aubergine.
Curaderm-BEC5 is a topical preparation, which is safe and effective. Curaderm-BEC5 therapy is ideal for outpatient treatment and is a much needed alternative to surgery for BCC. By using Curaderm-BEC5 you can avoid the need for painful Surgery, Radiotherapy or other conventional treatment methods for Non Melanoma Skin Cancer. Skin Cancer rates among caucasian’s living in many countries have more than doubled in just 30 years . With our ageing population, the issue of skin cancer has become more acute. Curaderm-BEC5 destroys skin cancer cells without loss of painful surgery and for untreated cases surgical amputations, with no dangerous side effects and little or no scarring. Curaderm-BEC5 is 99.8% Natural, with a small amount of preservative to ensure homogenous stability and extend shelf life.
A few words from a Medical Doctor
“Curaderm-BEC5 is one of the few natural products that have undergone successful pharmaceutical grade research and development around the world for treatment of Non Melanoma Skin Cancers.
What were the results of these studies
A patient of mine brought in a copy of that September 1995 issue of “ALTERNATIVES For the Health Conscious Individual” published by Mountain Home Publishing, 2700 Cummings Lane, Kerrville, TX 78028, editor: Dr. David G. Williams. The article is titled “The Skin Cancer Cure Nobody Wants You To Know About” and it describes Curaderm as “virtually 100% effective” for solar keratoses, basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, even large ones. He then says “through an intense lobbying effort, the medical community in Australia had the Therapeutic Goods Administration (equivalent to the FDA) reclassify the cream as a prescription item, severely limiting access to the medication.” He says that information is being suppressed because there is too much money at stake treating skin cancer with expensive surgery.
Does anyone know about any current research on solasodine or other glycoalkaloid creams for skin cancer? Surely if it worked as well as Dr. Williams says it does, the pharmaceutical companies would be intensely investigating. But then again, they don’t seem to be intensely investigating silymarin for toxic mushroom poisoning or other liver disorders.
Walter H. Wood, M.D.
It is also very interesting that Solbec Pharmaceuticals Ltd of Perth is developing an anti-cancer treatment based on an Solanum sodomaeum
The Devil Apple plant
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