Euphorbia Peplus to successfully treat skin cancer.
Grows Wild All Over The World – Euphorbia peplus is a plant that grows all over Africa, Asia, Europe, UK, and has also been cultivated, and was introduce and gone wild in the US, Australia, and New Zealand.
Other Names – Euphorbia peplus is also called Cancer Weed, Petty Spurge, Milk Weed, and Radium Weed. It depends on the area, common names vary depending upon the particular area of the world.
Contains – Euphorbia peplus sap contains ingenol mebutate which kills skin cell cancer tumors. And that compound has been synthetically created and approved by the FDA for treating skin cancer.
Treating Skin Cancer – A study was done using the active ingredient in Euphorbia peplus and up to 71% of the skin cancer lesions disappeared after applying the agent for 3 consecutive days… that’s a pretty amazing percentage. And after treatment the skin looked very healthy. And in some studies there was a successful treatment rate of 84% after 3 treatments…. and months later there was a 100% success rate in treating melanoma.
Treating Leukemia – New studies show that the agent Ingenol 3-angelate was a very potent anti-leukemia agent… killing leukemia cells… more studies to be done.
General 10 Day Healing Process
Here is a general healing process for skin tumors. The process will be the same but particular reactions depending upon the person may appear. We are all different bodies… and thus all react differently to particular herbs. Just like some antibiotics work for some people and not for others and some antidepressant medications work for some, and not for others, some particular herbs work for some people and not for others. It all depends on the person, so try this and see how it works.
Day 1 – Fresh sap is applied just to the skin tumor and right away the tumor will turn red and starts to sting.
Day 2 – Then the entire area (including the surrounding healthy skin) will start to swell and turn red.
Day 3 – Then the tumor will start to ooze and the tumor should be covered with a gauze or a bandaid.
Day 4 – On the fourth day a hole appears in the middle of the tumor about a 1/4 inch size or slightly wider.
Day 5 – Now the skin starts to heal a bit.
Day 6 – Next the skin starts to itch… itching means healing.
Day 7 – Now the tumor starts to create a scab – the scab should be washed lightly.
Day 8 – Remove the bandaid and allow the area to dry – it will start to flake.
Day 9 – Then the scab becomes very small.
Day 10 – Now the scab falls off and the tumor is gone, and the skin is left clean and healthy looking.
If this process does not work, treat the treat tumor with Euphorbia peplus sap for 3 days instead of just one day.
– There are lots of personal testimonials of using Euphorbia peplus for treating skin cancer tumors.
– Euphorbia peplus does cause skin reactions, swelling, redness, itching, it’s all part of the process. And if the process of healing tumors is not adhered too properly, secondary infections can take place. So it should not be used on sensitive skin or healthy skin, or for those who have skin reactions or suppressed immune systems. And it should not be used with children, infants, and nursing or pregnant women.