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||Posted - 02/29/2020 : 10:28:20
Anivoc showed us this video about melatonin but, I cannot find it here today 2 29 2020 ... so, I thought I would leave the link here for everyone.
It seems that this former (sleepy-aid) can be used for a a ton of things and i have seen others write of using it with great success for their skin cancers...
"Searching everywhere for new ideas, I came across Mike’s (from Durham, NC) amazing report for his success Under Melanoma cures, against what may or may not have have been a Melanoma, with Melatonin mixed into coconut oil. This report by the way should be generally available on more than the melanoma site, as it applies to all skin cancers and skin issues. Mike reported success grinding melanoma pills into a powder and then a paste with coconut oil and rubbing it in.
I already had melatonin in powder in my capsules and I mixed it in coconut oil and tried it on the three sites on my nose. They succumbed within a week to ten days. It was amazing. Almost no bleeding and the white areas of unhealthy skin rubbed off each day, then every other day, eventually simply healed up with almost no fuss. I could hardly believe it after the months of constant battling and bleeding with the h2o2.
A small red spot appeared a few weeks ago and I treated it again quite easily. I at this point am declaring it finished. I still have a slight indentation – but nothing compared to the hole I had dug with the h2o2, and at least as good as the slight indentation left on the side of my forehead by the Moes surgery done by the Derm at Northwestern Med Center several years back. There’s a slight color difference – slightly less pink, a little whitish in spots if you look closely – putting my face way up to the mirror, but generally it looks as normal as other slightly sun-damaged skin. You can’t even tell there is an indentation actually unless you run your finger over the area, so I think I did a better job than the doctor, since that forehead indentation is visible if carefully viewed.
Thanks so much to Mike and of course for this wonderful, wonderful site which has helped so many of us help ourselves."
Anivoc, My Thoughts Are With You On Your Rough Journey .
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||Posted - 11/16/2020 : 00:29:06
I'm now using it to a newly occur cancerous skin patch up my shoulder, dissolving it works wonders.
||Posted - 10/08/2020 : 02:15:40
@anivoc yes I did, just wanna share what I've watched as well which is from webmd.
@Eddie nice knowing that you are getting good results with melatonin, we all hope that the effects will be for a long time until it your affected skin completely heals.
||Posted - 10/08/2020 : 01:16:36
I am having some good results with melatonin. Only time will tell as sometimes things only seem to work. I am dissolving melatonin in a drop of DMSO and applying to crusty spots on my scalp. Some spots have disappeared. These spots may be pre-cancer (or not).
||Posted - 04/21/2020 : 16:09:06
Radiourban Did you watch the video?...quite a bit more information than what you'll find at webmd...However at webmd here are listed it's uses
The following doses have been studied in scientific research:
For disorders that affect when a person sleeps and when they are awake: 0.5 mg to 5 mg of melatonin taken daily before bedtime for up to 6 years has been used in blind people. Also in blind people, high dose of 10 mg taken an hour before bedtime for up to 9 weeks has also been used. 2-12 mg of melatonin taken at bedtime for up to 4 weeks has been used.
For trouble falling asleep at a conventional bedtime (delayed sleep phase syndrome): 0.3 to 5 mg of melatonin daily for up to 9 months has been used.
For sleep disturbance caused by certain blood pressure medicine (beta blocker-induced insomnia): 2.5 mg of melatonin taken daily for up to 4 weeks has been used. Single doses of 5 mg of melatonin have also been used.
For endometriosis: 10 mg of melatonin daily for 8 weeks has been used.
For high blood pressure: 2-3 mg of controlled-release melatonin daily for 4 weeks has been used.
For insomnia: 2 mg to 3 mg of melatonin before bedtime for up to 29 weeks has been used in most research. Higher doses of up to 12 mg daily have also been used for shorter durations (up to 4 weeks).
For insomnia occurring together with other conditions: 2-12 mg for up to 4 weeks has been used. Lower doses have also been used for up to 24 weeks.
For jet lag: 0.5-8 mg of melatonin at bedtime is commonly taken on the day of arrival at the destination, continuing for 2 to 5 days. Low doses of 0.5-3 mg are often used to avoid the side effects of the higher doses.
For reducing anxiety before surgery: 3-10 mg of melatonin taken 60-90 minutes before surgery has been used.
For tumors without cysts or liquid (solid tumors) in combination with conventional therapy: 10-40 mg of melatonin daily, along with radiotherapy, chemotherapy, or interleukin 2 (IL-2), has been used. Melatonin is typically started 7 days before the start of chemotherapy and continued throughout full treatment course. 20 mg of melatonin intravenously daily for 2 months, followed by 10 mg of oral melatonin daily, has also been used.
For a group of painful conditions that affect the jaw joint and muscle (temporomandibular disorders or TMD): 5 mg of melatonin at bedtime for 4 weeks has been used.
For low levels of platelets in the blood (thrombocytopenia) associated with cancer chemotherapy: 20-40 mg of melatonin daily beginning up to 7 days before chemotherapy and continuing throughout chemotherapy cycles has been used.
INTRAMUSCULAR (into the muscle):
For tumors without cysts or liquid (solid tumors) in combination with conventional therapy: 20 mg of melatonin intramuscularly daily for 2 months, followed by 10 mg of oral melatonin daily, has been used.
APPLIED TO THE SKIN:
For sunburn: A gel containing 0.05% to 2.5% melatonin, applied either 15 minutes before or up to 4 hours after sun exposure, has been used. A cream containing 12.5% melatonin, applied to the skin before sun exposure, has been used.
UNDER THE TONGUE:
For reducing anxiety before surgery: 5 mg or 0.05-0.2 mg/kg of body weight taken 90-100 minutes before anesthesia has been used.
For disorders that affect when a person sleeps and when they are awake: 0.5-4 mg of melatonin daily for up to 6 years has been used in blind people. 0.5-12 mg of melatonin daily for up to 12 weeks has been used in children and adolescents 3 months to 18 years-old.
For trouble falling asleep at a conventional bedtime (delayed sleep phase syndrome): 1-6 mg of melatonin before bedtime for up to one month has been used.
For insomnia: 5 mg or 0.05-0.15 mg/kg of body weight taken at bedtime for 4 weeks has been used in children 6-12 years-old with primary insomnia.
For insomnia occurring together with other conditions: 6-9 mg of melatonin taken before bedtime for 4 weeks, has been used in children with seizures 3-12 years-old.
For reducing anxiety before surgery: 0.05-0.5 mg/kg of body weight has been taken before anesthesia in children 1-14 years-old.
||Posted - 04/21/2020 : 10:37:53
"Melatonin is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth appropriately, long-term. Melatonin has been used safely for up to 2 years in some people. However, it can cause some side effects including headache, short-term feelings of depression, daytime sleepiness, dizziness, stomach cramps, and irritability."
||Posted - 03/16/2020 : 04:00:45
yeah, exactly. thanks for sharing your story though!