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Health and Nutrition, Mother Earth, Truth and Republic, World News

September 9, 2015

One woman was diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma skin cancer (on the top of her head) and after her daughter persuaded her to apply pasta from baking soda directly on the area, the woman defeated the cancer.

Her mother didn’t want to try the treatment at first, but Azizo, a famous writer who embraced natural medicine, found about many people who healed skin cancer with a mixture prepared with baking soda or soda bicarbonate.

Although she had three operations the cancer was always back even worse. At the end her mother made a decision to try natural remedies so she begun using a mixture with pure cold pressed organic coconut oil and baking soda.

She knew the fact that coconut oil contained skin cellular regenerative powers, so she applied the thick pasta on the affected area. She didn’t rub in the paste, only applied it gently on the area

The only medicine from conventional medicine that she used at night was Polysporin Triple 3 Antibiotics. You may use creams with antibiotic to prevent bacterial infection on the affected area. A good solution is Colloidal silver soaked cotton.
Eye-Opening Evidence Baking Soda & Coconut Oil Can Kill Cancer

Don’t continue using the cream when the wound is closed. Besides applying baking soda with coconut oil she also used a cotton ball soaked in vinegar to apply it on the skin. In this way the baking soda penetrated into the basal cell carcinoma roots under the skin’s surface. For this to be achieved DMSO is even better solvent.

Azizo’s mother did the treatment for 38 days after which she defeated cancer completely and the wound healed as well. Melanoma is more mortal skin cancer than this type, although basal cell carcinoma skin cancer will continue with spreading if not treated.

They were using baking soda which is found in every house, nothing expensive or extraordinary. There is aluminum in baking soda so use the one which is labeled as aluminum free.

As we already know tumors live only in acidic environments and the baking soda makes the environment alkaline.

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