Eggplant for Skin Cancer

Ty Bollinger 12-17

An ingredient in common eggplant has been shown to cure skin cancer. The extract is called “solasodine glycoside” (aka BEC5) which binds to cancer cells and causes them to rupture. BEC5 acts by killing cancer cells without harming any other healthy cells in the human body. BEC5 can also be used to treat actinic keratose (the precursor to cancer) as well as age or sunspots on the skin.

 

Bill Cham first discovered BEC5 in an Australian weed (Devil’s Apple) then he discovered it was in eggplant as well. He has documented that over 70,000 Australians have cured their skin cancer with BEC5. Used as a cream for over twenty-five years in clinical trials in both Australia and the United Kingdom, BEC5 had success rate of over 78% when applied for eight weeks. Used for 12 weeks, the cream had a 100% success rate in removing cancers, none of which returned for the following five years.

An effective and safe topical cream is called “Curaderm BEC5″ for the treatment of non-melanoma skin cancers like basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas, as well as the benign tumors, such as keratoses and keratoacanthomas.


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