When vitamin C comes into contact with a skin cancer or an external tumor (eg, basal cell carcinoma), it hardens the tumor and forms a crust, so that the crust falls in 2 weeks or more, depending on the Size of the tumor and how aggressive it is obtained with vitamin C.
The solution is made by adding 1/8 teaspoon pure crystals of vitamin C to 1 teaspoon of water (a ratio of 1: 8). Add more and Vitamin C will not dissolve. This should make enough solution to last the whole day. If it is manufactured more than necessary, it must be stored in a closed container in the refrigerator.
Even better, put 1 to 2 ounces of water (30-60 ml) in a small glass bottle and add 1 teaspoon of Vitamin C for each ounce of water (ie 1: 6 proportion). If after mixing do not see any glass in the background then add more Vitamin C until the water does not dissolve any more. This ensures a saturated solution of vitamin C.
The treatment involves applying the mixture (using a cotton swab or Q-Tip) to the tumor. This should be done 2 or 3 times a day. It is best to put on a bandage or other cotton covering the tumor after each treatment, if possible.
In skin cancer the bandage is only to keep the lesion moist with vitamin C until the next treatment. If there is an infection, you should change the band more often. Ascorbate is also anti-infective and is used topically and IV for patients with burns. Therefore, it would cure cancer and infection at the same time.
It is critical to use an ascorbate mineral form of Vitamin C (eg sodium ascorbate) instead of ascorbic acid . The acid absorbed is useless in the body until it is mixed with the minerals and converted into a mineral ascorbate. However, when vitamin C is applied to skin cancer, an ascorbic acid has not had the opportunity to become a mineral ascorbate. Therefore, ONLY ONE MINERAL ASCORBATE will be effective against skin cancer.
The recommended form of vitamin C comes from the Vitamin C product with buffer
More on the theory of vitamin C and skin cancer
Most of what I know about vitamin C and skin cancer comes from a Dr. Wassell, Dr. M. Wassell gets sarcastic sometimes, put his common sense in the hat. There are some excellent comments in your email for me. The rest of this article is from an email I received from him.
Dr. Saul: I understand that the article on topical application of vitamin C was written by Robert, a volunteer of Doctor Yourself of Tennessee.
Topical vitamin C kills basal cell carcinomas. No matter what cation you have coupled with the ascorbate, it is the ascorbate that does the killing. I have used ascorbic acid, sodium ascorbate, salts C and C buffered Life Extension Foundation. They are all effective.
The solution is saturated, which means that no more of the vitamin C will dissolve in the solution. The saturated solution will contain about 500 mg of vitamin c / ml. The amount of vitamin C in the blood after IV infusion of 15 grams of vitamin C by approximately 1.2 mg / ml. An infusion of 60 grams will produce a blood level of 3.0 mg / ml. Tumors begin to die when levels of about 2.0 mg / ml are reached.
Therefore, we see that the blood concentrations of 2 + mg / ml vitamin C are tumoricidal, and we are applying a 500 mg / ml solution directly in contact with the surface of the tumor cells. This solution is 250X stronger than the concentration required in the blood to be tumorcidal. Apparently, enough is absorbed through the surface to kill the tumor.
It is thought that vitamin C acts as a prooxidant within the cell in high concentration, and some
The implications of this are that high daily oral doses of vitamin C should be preventive of the formation of oral, esophageal, stomach and small intestinal cancers. High concentrations of vitamin C that come into contact with the surfaces of these organs daily will make a very hostile environment for a cancer to develop. The colon may not be as well protected unless you like to spend most of your day on the toilet.
If you get colon cancer, vitamin C enemas would not be a bad idea to add to another effective alternative treatment. A colon cancer bathed daily in vitamin C and receiving high levels of IVC blood would not stand a chance. Cancer cells have many glucose receptor sites since this is the only food they are going to eat. Too bad ascorbate uses the same pathway to enter the cell.
We can even worsen bad cancer by reducing blood glucose with insulin (IPT) and increasing blood ascorbate with CVI. All the cell doors will be open (IPT) and there will be nothing but ascorbate in the blood to enter! The tumor will probably explode from all intracellular oxygen cancers formed either as oxygen.
This is a very expensive (sic) therapy. The IVC for 25 grams costs about $ 20 for all materials. Add about $ 2 for the ascorbate enema assuming you own your own emema bag and free water. You do not need insurance for this. In fact, alternative care in the only safe and effective way to go to all but the trauma and you do not need insurance for any alternative care, most will not pay anyway.
A problem here. If your cell walls are made of Crisco, and margarine is likely to have type II diabetes and those cells will not gain glucose or ascorbate. You will have to give up your diet of partially hydrogenated and trans fats and food In omega 3 for a few months and then your diabetes will heal and you can proceed to kill your cancer.
Dr. William Wassell, MD
I can add to these comments that DMSO could be a great substance to help push vitamin C deeper into the skin and tumor. I have no proof of this, since DMSO binds better to small molecules and vitamin C is a large molecule. But it certainly does not hurt, so try it if you want and tell me if it’s synergistic with Vitamin C in skin cancer. If you use DMSO, YOU MUST read this article for security warnings:
Overload this treatment
The skin cancer of the skin should be easy to treat with the products mentioned above. However, for those with more severe skin cancer, which extends below the skin, a complete treatment plan should be designed using one of the articles of the complete treatment protocol.
An alternative cancer treatment should be a complete treatment protocol. Do not forget to study the complete treatment protocol for patients with stage I, II and III cancer and the complete treatment protocol for patients with stage IV cancer:
Treatment for stage I, II and III cancer patients
Treatment for Stage IV Cancer Patients