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Posted - 12/22/2012 :  14:24:08  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi All,

For whatever it is worth, I ran across this link where somone posted some info on using olive leaf extract on BCC and thought I'd post it here:

(To view the thread of the link above, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the link in the last line.)

Anyways, I wanted to bring your attention to the following post from someone in Ireland:


My Dad had skin cancers often. He would go to the doctor and have them removed from time to time. A few years back he had several that he had checked out and the doc had worked on them (Dug at them....I think to send to the lab to test).

One was particularly ugly on the back of his neck. It was a bit larger than a nickle. The doc had worked on it and made it more like an opened wound. Dad was to go back in a couple of weeks and have more work done on it...meaning they would keep digging down til the "got it all".

After taking a look at the "sore" and knowing my belief that cancer and fungus are the same thing I asked dad if it would be ok if I made a paste out of Olive Leaf Extract (olive leaf is a natural antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral).

Dad agreed! So I made the paste and put it on it and kept checking back and changing it with a fresh paste every couple of days.

First the area became very red. It scared me! I thought....maybe I'm making it worse. Then I thought...maybe I'm pulling out the poison. I asked Dad if I should continue and he agreed! I put more paste on it.

Next time I saw it...It was a totally sealed/healed over area that just looked raised up about 3/4 of an inch high. A couple of dads later...I asked Dad how it was doing and he said..."it fell off". I said what do you mean? He said I don't know it just fell off!

I got up and immediately went over to take a look at it. He was right! I was gone, and completely healed over and the place on his neck looked normal!

Olive Leaf had pulled out the fungus/cancer!

Never did get a straight answer from Dad as to what the Doctor said about that!

Later, someone asked how he made the paste. His response was:


I use the Olive leaf from Seagateproducts ... it comes in capsules and is the best I've found. I just open a couple of the capsules and add a little bit of water until it is a paste but still thick. It doesn't take too much water at all to make it. You don't want it runny!

By the way, the olive leaf extract he used is available at iHerb. Expensive but if I were to try it, I wouldn't waste my time with any other brand:

Here is more info on the Seagate stuff:



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Posted - 01/17/2013 :  01:00:08  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Main problem is that eat junk food no exercise no diet plan this is main reason of these disease attack on our health so do exercise drink natural juices and get healthy benefit.Apple juice is much better for skin cancer patient.
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Posted - 02/24/2013 :  12:21:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks Lenard - appreciate the info - especially on qualities of different olive leaf extracts. Does anyone else know of someone who used this protocol with success?

I had bought some cheap olive leaf extract for heartburn issues and didn't find it helped much. However I did find crushed garlic in 4 oz of water on an empty stomach or 1-2 teaspons of tumeric in 4 oz of water again on an empty stomach really helped.

[Aside: many times Heartburn is based on low stomach acid mostly due to bacteria - while this is an overly simplistic explanation if you have any interest there is an ebook called "Healthy Stomach in 5 Days" by Rick Oeshalp you can buy online for $10 - I did this out of desperation and unwillingness to take drugs and I was pleasantly surprised it worked plus his explanation in the book is way better than most doctors are willing to offer if they even understand]


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