|Posted on Friday, March 08, 2002 - 01:08 pm: |
Can you use a mixture of Red Sun Balm and German Kermesberro on basal cells? Is this overkill in your estimation? Will the Kermeberro minimize scarring? I've read your book, I'm just probing for more information.
|Posted on Saturday, March 09, 2002 - 12:36 pm: |
The Biser brothers described a technique of layering the two. I honestly don't see how it's possible since they are so viscuous, they'd blend. So, yes, you could mix them, but this isn't really the purpose. The Red Sun Balm is the escharotic and my experience with it suggests it is more useful for cysts, especially sebaceous ones, than tumors. This said, not many have used it and reported back to me. The German Kermesberro acts as a drawing salve. It supports the enucleation of the tumor and is soothing, but this is a situation in which the bloodroot salves are 99% effective so if I were mixing and matching, I'd put a little of the bloodroot into the German Kermesberro rather than the Red Sun Balm. However, as I have said repeatedly, the internal tonics are important. When they are used as a preparation to the external, the scarring is generally less because morbidity has been reduced by the internal tonics.
Keep us posted!
|Posted on Wednesday, March 13, 2002 - 08:09 am: |
Hello from Australia. May your day be a joyous one when you receive this message.
I would like to ask you what is the most appropriate way to treat BCCs and SCCs on the lip and eyelids. I am a redhead male (no freckles) of 49 years and have noticed an increase in these over the last 2 years. I don't use tobacco, drugs, alcohol, and I've been a strict Vegetarian for 20 years. I've also been asthmatic for 45 years and seem dependent upon inhalers to breathe, which I heard can contribute toward Skin Cancer after prolonged use.
I am rather afraid of being chopped up any more than has already occurred and am tired of liquid nitrogen burns which only seem to work for a while and leave me spotted in the process. I've used creams available here in Australia called EFUDIX and CURACELL with almost no success. Additionally, I've been to Naturopaths and Chinese Herbalists who couldn't help, which increases my anxiety. I pray a lot but feel isolated in that regard also. My doctor saysthatI have a Type 1 skin, so I can expect more to come. Truthfully, I am scared shitless.
My Sweetheart found your site and suggested I write to you, so here I am. I just want to know if I could safely use the salves on these vulnerable areas - eyelids and lower lip. I apologize if this is a bit long, I just thought that some background may help you.
Please know that I realize you are a busy person, so there is no need to rush me a response. I'd be grateful of anything from anywhere at any time if you feel it may work.
Thank you for whatever time, energy, and thought you put into replying. Thankyou for this site and for helping all those others who were plague with this dieasement and the fear that is linked thereto.
|Posted on Friday, March 15, 2002 - 07:45 pm: |
If it is your suspicion that the lesions are related to your use of pharmaceutical inhalants, then this would seem to be the place to start: find another way to keep the respiratory passages open, identify allergies and the other factors that might contribute to the asthmatic attacks, and then detoxify your system of the residues of the medications.
I feel fairly confident about using our Trifolium Syrup as a detoxifier. It is swift and deep acting with some herbs that have specific anti-cancer actions.
So far as the delicate places go, I have had some success with liquid formulas that are painted on with artist's brushes. We use camel hair brushes and either a very thin goldenseal ointment (oil-base) or the Fox liniment (which is an alcohol extract). I have personally used both, mainly to see if they will remain in contact with the skin. We also hear from truly a large number of people caring for horses. They have used the veterinary version of the Trifolium (in a glycerite base) and liquids and saved quite a few horses from further surgery and misery.
This is a highly gratifying aspect of my service and I am always happy to hear that the four-leggeds are doing well.
So far as the anxiety goes, there is a 99% success rate with black salves and basal cell carcinomas. One would have to terribly unlucky to fall in the 1% category. However, if one has a predisposition to these growths, it makes sense to be on anti-cancer protocols either as a semi-annual ritual (similar to a fast or cleanse) or continually but on a maintenance rather than emergency dosage.
Think of it like diabetes. If one knew one were diabetic, there would be constant management challenges: sugar, insulin, and dietary mindfulness. Likewise, if one knows these lesions appear from time to time, one would want to work from the inside to prevent them from appearing.
Best wishes from the North!
Strong as an Eagle
|Posted on Sunday, April 25, 2004 - 04:18 pm: |
I have raised yellow bubbles around a mole I am removing. Will it get infected if I don't lance and drain them from the pus which seems to be inside?