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01-24-2011 08:39 AM #1
Can Eggplant really cure skin cancer 100% of the time?
I have been reading up on this theory as my father had melanoma. I am reading conflicting reports as to whether or not it will help melanoma.
Almost everything I read says that eggplant will kill invasive and non invasive, non-melanoma
skin cancers 100% of the time. I have read a few people have had success with this treatment for melanoma skin cancer as well, but none of those were clinically tested.
At any rate, apparently you CAN cure non melanoma skin cancers (Squamous cell carcinomas, Basal Cell, Actinic keratoses: pre-cancer cells)100% of the time with eggplant.
Why? Eggplants have glycoalkaloids, a substance known to kill skin cancer cells without affecting the healthy cells around them.You can read how to prepare the eggplant and vinegar and apply it at this link below(which by the way mentions Melanoma as well)
Read more: How to Treat Skin Cancers With Eggplant & Vinegar | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5082890_trea...#ixzz1BxnfynAP
There is so much information about this on the web, if you have skin cancer I would strongly encourage you to look into it further. And if anyone can clear up why this should or should not work equally well on melanoma I would be grateful.
I am so glad that it worked for you!!
The link to the TB2K discussion is here: http://www.timebomb2000.com/vb/showt...0skin%20cancer