After three applications per day for two weeks, many of the spots become dry and drop off
Basal cell cancer appears on the skin as a small lump or sore that doesn’t heal properly.
This treatment isn’t new, information comes from research that was published in the Journal of Applied Nutrition…more than 35 years ago!
The following treatment from Cancer Tutor.com
Vitamin C Treatment
When Vitamin C comes into contact with a skin cancer or external tumor (e.g. basel cell carcinoma), it hardens the tumor and forms a crust, such that the scab falls off in 2 weeks or so depending on how big the tumor is and how aggressive you get with the Vitamin C.
The solution is made by adding 1/8 tsp (teaspoon) of pure Vitamin C crystals to 1 tsp of water (a ratio of 1:8). Add any more and the Vitamin C won’t dissolve.
This should make enough solution to last all day.
If more is made than is needed you should store it in a closed container in the refrigerator.
Even better, put 1 or 2 ounces of water (30-60 ml) in a small glass bottle and add 1 tsp of Vitamin C for each ounce of water (that is a 1:6 ratio). If after mixing you don’t see any crystals on the bottom then add more Vitamin C until the water won’t dissolve anymore.
This insures a saturated solution of Vitamin C.
The treatment is to apply 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 a bandage or other cotton covering over the tumor after each treatment, if possible.
On the skin cancer the bandage is just to keep the lesion wet with Vitamin C until the next treatment. If there is an infection you should change the bandage more often.
Ascorbate is also anti-infective and is used topically and IV for burn patients.
You would therefore be curing the cancer and infection at the same time.
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