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a few simple cancer recommendations

BASAL CELL CARCINOMA


Basal Cell Carcinoma Skin cancer is by far the most common type of cancer. Nearly all skin cancers can be treated effectively if they are found early, so knowing what to look for is important.

There are many types of skin cancer, each of which can look different on the skin. This picture gallery contains some examples of the more common types of skin cancer, as well as some other non-cancerous types of skin growths. But skin cancers can look different from these examples. This is why it's important to see a doctor if you have any lumps, bumps, spots, sores, or other marks on your skin that are new or changing, or that worry you for any other reason.

About 8 out of 10 of all skin cancers are basal cell carcinomas (also called basal cell cancers).

Basal cell cancers usually develop on areas exposed to the sun, especially the head and neck. They can appear as raised areas (like this one), and can be pale, pink, or red. They may have one or more abnormal blood vessels.
These are generally safe to be controlled or cleared by using natural remedy's
these come into the category of other acidic or alkaline treatments

Garlic is a sulpher ground crop that when a large enough piece is cut and crushed other added to the skin two or three times daily or if in an off the face potion an amount added to a plaster and attached to the effected area for two days ,I have found it is best to repeat this so as to remove the lower levels of infected tissue ,at this stage it will then bleed after showering etc a the pot lot antibac cream should then be used to clean up the remaining irregular tissue this may be covered if required .

the alkaline remedy
Is to mix a teaspoon of coconut oil and a teaspoon of baking powder together with a little warm water mix together and save in a small container ,
Apply to the area twice daily until a similar result is noticed it is best to just lay the cream on to the area and not rub it .larger amounts maybe applied less often [twice weekly ] if area and situation allows.