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The Uses of Curaderm BEC 5

Curaderm is a medicine used to treat areas of the skin which may have been discolored, thickened or scaly as a result of exposure to sun (UV) light. Skin cancers such as keratoses. basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma and Non-melanoma’s.

Do you know What Curaderm BEC5 is?
Curaderm is a cream extracted from a plant called the Devils Apple Fruit.
The active ingredient in Curaderm is Solasodine Glycosides (BEC.)
These active ingredients are extracted from the plant Solanum sodomaeum.
The active has been shown to be effective in the treatment of the malignant human
skin tumors.

What Does Curaderm BEC5 Contain?
Curaderm BEC 5 consists of active anticancer ingredient Solasodine Glycosides. Therefore it’s commonly known as BEC5. It also contains Saliyclic Acid and Urea at a very high concentration. This assists the BEC 5 to kill cancer cells. (Note: Saliyclic Acid and Urea may irate the skin.)

Curaderm is Non toxic, Non mutagenic, does not affect the heartbeat or blood flow.
And is a Biochemical, haematological and Uri analytical studies demonstrated that
there were no adverse effects on the liver, kidneys or haematopoietic system (blood cells) during and after treatment.

The Expectations of Curaderm BEC5.

The normal reactions seen when applying daily (at least twice) the curaderm BEC5 to the lesion or affected areas are some degree of redness and swelling, tingling sensation or pain which can be experienced for 30-60minutes.

The pattern of responses can be anticipated by: reddening, then usually erosion, ulceration and decline of the treated of the unwanted cells followed by the re-growth of the normal skin tissue.
(Note: During treatment of the lesions may appear worse than before treatment. That is because BEC seeks and destroys the cancer cells that are non-visible to the naked eye)

The Recommendations of Curaderm BEC5.

When using Curaderm BEC5 there is no scar formation of skin tissue. You will not lose the re-growth of normal tissue.

There is limited access to the cancer if it exists within the lesion if it is deep within the skin. And there is a low rate of the reoccurrence of the skin cancer.

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Cancer Diet – Minerals

A cancer diet needs a good balance of minerals because minerals are needed by all cells for proper function. Patients are often found to be mineral deficient, so this is an area of the diet that needs particular attention.

There are two classes of minerals. Macrominerals, such as the well known calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium and phosphorus, and microminerals, such as boron, chromium, copper, iron, iodine, germanium, sulfur, silicon, vanadium, zinc, manganese and molybdenum.

The good news is we will get most of the minerals we need, provided we are eating a diet based on a wide variety of fruits and veggies, with the addition of nuts, seeds and grains.

Where we can get in to trouble is that minerals are washed out of soils with constant rain, and modern fertilizers don’t usually contain the wide variety of minerals we need. Organic gardeners usually use rock minerals on their soils and this results in organic produce have a much higher and broader range of minerals.

Germanium is one micromineral that cancer patients are often low on. It is essential for immune function and is critical to tissue oxygenation. Cancer grows rapidly where there is low oxygenation of cells. Germanium is found in broccoli, celery, garlic, onions, rhubarb, sauerkraut and tomato juice as well as aloevera and ginseng.

Iodine deficiency has been linked to breast cancer in more than one study. Seasalt contains iodine and a variety of minerals rather than the isolated highly processed iodine additive in table salt. Asparagus, garlic, lima beans, soybeans, sesame seeds all contain natural iodine along with the nutrients needed for good absorption.

Large amounts of brassicas eg brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower, along with peaches, pears and spinach can block absorption of iodine, so ensure there is a balance of iodine rich foods in your diet.

Selenium has been linked to cancer. Selenium and Vitamin E work together to attack free radicals. Selenium is critical for pancreatic function, and pancreatic enzymes are critical to the bodies ability to fight tumour activity. This mineral is generally found in meat and grains, however countries such as New Zealand and much of America is known to have selenium deficient soils.

As there have been several studies showing that good selenium levels have significantly reduced the risk of cancer, this is one mineral you want to have enough of.

Food sources that should be included frequently in a cancer diet are: brazil nuts, broccoli, brown rice, brewers yeast, chicken, kelp, onions, salmon, seafood, tuna, wheatgerm and whole grains. Garlic, chamomile, ginseng and parsley are all easy to use concentrated forms that can be added to the diet daily.

A couple of warnings:

Be very careful about self-dosing with minerals as several of them will block absorption of others if the dose is too high.

Again, eating a variety of foods, with particular notice taken of those that have high mineral levels is the safest way to go. If you wish to explore mineral supplementation further, talk to your naturopath or nutritionist. But whatever you do, don’t ignore the importance of these vital elements to your well being.