Radium weed and skin cancer...

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  1. Cosmic

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    Does anyone know about radium weed and it's use for skin cancer? I have done a net search but can't find too much information about how to use it etc.
    Anyone used it and had their cancer go?
     
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    Re: Radium weed and skin cancer...

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    Re: Radium weed and skin cancer...

    well I do not know if my experience counts.

    but while i was in NZ for a couple of years, I dicovered, that there was tonnes of this weed in the garden, and I decided to put it to the test. I should point out that I have worked in the horticultural industry for 20 years, specialising in propagation, and had developed a sensitivity to the Euphorbia sap and also sap of other plants.
    But I had a skin cancer on my nose, which would form the ususl scaly top, which I then in turn would pull off, because I thought it was unsightly; never went to the GP to see about having it removed, as I was more scared of them " cutting of my nose". I decided however to try this sap on my nose. Well the skin around the area blew up red and puffy during the night, but had subsided by the end of the following day, due to my sensitivity I think. The skin cancer developed a blister, which then burst, and a scab was formed after a couple of days. the scab fell off within the week. And what do You know. I have not sighted the skin cancer since, and Dov tells me I have no skin cancer on my nose. I have a very very faint scar where it was, but hey it worked. I would be carefull going overboard with this "natural " treatment. And i am no doctor, but I am just glad the skin cancer went away. :p :p :p :p :p :p
     
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    Re: Radium weed and skin cancer...

    http://www.ann.com.au/herbs/Monographs/euphp.htm
    another interesting Euphorbia
    http://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/duke ... calli.html
    http://science.uniserve.edu.au/school/c ... index.html

    http://www.pfaf.org/index.php
    http://www.ibiblio.org/pfaf/D_search.html
    http://www.anbg.gov.au/cpbr/databases/index.html

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    Are we to make pharmaceutical companies richer as they market bio-active chemicals which are far from clean, with the argument of their greater safety when volumes are written on the side effects of these supposedly specific drugs? Should we not be concerned more with the quality of life and appropriate treatments rather than the markets of multi-nationals?
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    Re: Radium weed and skin cancer...

    just thought I'd add this.


    http://www.annieappleseedproject.org/aboutlinks.html
    http://cancerweb.ncl.ac.uk/cancernet/600414.html
    http://www.laucke.com.au/health/SeAntiCancer.htm

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    Low soil selenium levels in New Zealand mean that dietary intakes and selenium status are lower than in many other countries
    http://www.nrv.gov.au/Nutrients.aspx?code=22038003

    This may come as a surprise to many people, and especially to doctors, but not to farmers, who have known the importance of selenium for the health of their animals for many years. Selenium-deficient soil, and therefore feed, causes degenerative diseases in stock, including cancer. And Australian soil is extremely low in selenium, as is the soil in many other countries.

    Selenium, in the form of Sodium Selenite, is an important part of supplementation for the health and productivity of breeding stock. Sodium Selenite drench is also used to prevent and cure animals of cancer.

    Farmers who know selenium cures cancer in their animals have successfully treated themselves after being diagnosed with cancer. In spite of this, the sale of Sodium Selenite for human consumption has been prohibited for years. Or, perhaps it’s prohibited because of its success in treating cancer. After all, as mentioned above, natural cancer cures are anathema to Big Medicine, Big Pharma, and the governments who are heavily under their influence.
    http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3349
     
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    Re: Radium weed and skin cancer...

    getting off topic, but just this one more.

    Some countries or regions, like Senegal and Bolivia, have been very fortunate. Their bedrock is naturally elevated in selenium and their diets are normally high in the three amino acids. As a result, they are rarely infected by HIV. Others, like Finland, have wisely mandated the addition of selenium to their fertilizers, with similar results. In contrast, some regions like Kwazulu Natal have bedrock and soils that contain little selenium and diets are poor in one or more of the key nutrients. For example, corn (maize) is low in both selenium and tryptophan. As a result, populations eating a great deal of corn are easy to infect with HIV and die very quickly of its associated nutritional deficiencies (AIDS).

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    The rate of progression from HIV to AIDS, for instance, has been strongly correlated with selenium status," he says.

    In a study at the University of Miami, people with HIV who were deficient in selenium were 20 times more likely to die from AIDS within six months than people with normal selenium levels.
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    Re: Radium weed and skin cancer...

    Hi,

    Thought I'd jump in as well with my story.

    I had a couple of skin cancer spots appear on my chest area (being a stupid sun worshiper in my teenage years) and a friend from Queensland, Australia told me about the sap from the radium weed which grows just about everywhere in this country. Lucky for me the skin cancer wasn't a dangerous one.
    I put the sap straight on to the spots for about 4 nights in a row. The sap ate through the cancer spots, did weep a bit but then developed scabs just like a normal sore and then healed right up. No sign of the cancer spots now.

    I was really amazed. I have two small scars but my skin has returned basically to normal. I am definately singing the praises of this weed and will recommend it to others. Although if the cancer is a dangerous one I do not know if the radium sap is enough to kill it off, depends on how deep it is in the skin I suppose.

    Regards,
    Tarielle
     
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    Re: Radium weed and skin cancer...

    "But I had a skin cancer on my nose, which would form the ususl scaly top, which I then in turn would pull off, because I thought it was unsightly; never went to the GP to see about having it removed, as I was more scared of them " cutting of my nose". I decided however to try this sap on my nose. Well the skin around the area blew up red and puffy during the night, but had subsided by the end of the following day, due to my sensitivity I think. The skin cancer developed a blister, which then burst, and a scab was formed after a couple of days. the scab fell off within the week. And what do You know. I have not sighted the skin cancer since,"

    I would be most surprised if this was a melanoma (the most dangerous skin cancer), or even the lesser two (BCC or SCC), but would suspect by your description that it is a solar keratosis. In which case several treatments might work, the most common being to use dry ice to freeze it, where it does just as you have described. I have also known people to use milk thistle sap, which also works for warts. What would worry me is using an untested product on what might be a real cancer without getting it diagnosed because if it doesn't work, you have wasted valuable time. Trish
     
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    Our grandmothers taught us this over half-a-century ago, and it was well-known in the bush, where we grew up!

    An Australian trial involving 255 patients found the use of a special gel containing compounds from the weed led to a 65 per cent reduction in the number of pre-cancer sun spots.

    Patients who had four to eight sun spots in hard-to-reach places such as the back of their hands and arms applied the gel once a day for two days.

    Peplin's Australian general manager, Dr Peter Welburn, said today the gel had completely cleared all of the treated lesions among 27 per cent of patients who used the active treatment, while a further 44 per cent experienced partial clearance.
     
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    Euphorbia peplus ... is a dangerous and interesting and toxic plant.

    I give it just a little house-room in my garden, and have a fundamental respect for both it's toxicity and it's cell-regeneration abilities.

    Don't taste it (your tongue will tell you for a week why ;) ).
     
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    I've grown the plants and used the sap on keratosis, SCC's and BCC's all with success. Found a place to buy the seeds in the US with growing instructions. The internet is loaded with information on how to use the sap safely. Here is the website I found to get the seeds from: https://radiumweed.weebly.com/
     
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    Iv'e used it on a skin cancer on my ear which was confirmed by my doctor. Worked exactly as I have heard it does so many times. Was painful for a few days. But ended up healing perfectly and the cancer has never returned. A Qld based medical researcher studied it and now there is a product one can buy Google radium weed courier mail or abc. As you can imagine, the 'cancer industry' will do whatever they can to supress something they make no profit from and cannot control. I remember hearing to that if the sap or active ingredient is inject via needle into a tumour, it kills the tumour from the inside out. Very easy to grow it out here in QLD, Australia.
     
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    I've used it on a spot on my scalp. Whilst I'm not a doctor, I would definitely use it again.
     
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