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Posted - 03/22/2015 :  18:36:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Deeo posted over in the Curaderm thread about this...seems like there is a lot of new information on this particular ingredient in Olive oil.

here's the link he provided..

here's one from Rutger's that published the report..

and another...


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Posted - 04/10/2015 :  01:38:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks,Anivoc. (By the way, I'm a she)
Armed with the new information from these links, I've been experimenting. My previous use of Curaderm on a BCC had exposed 2 smaller lesions nearby. I believe the EVO may work but that it won't penetrate enough so I'm treating one with Curaderm and the other with EVO however I started it with Curaderm to first open up the lesion, then alternately with EVO and Olive leaf extract. (making sure to clean it properly before each application)With the latter, I had to use cottonwool as it is very runny. The one treated with EVO appears to have quickly healed and is already just a flat pink scar after just 10 days. (the Curaderm had exposed a hole about 4mm across) I won't know if the cancer has completely gone for some time but it sure looks good at this stage. The other one is nicely following all the normal stages of Curaderm treatment but looks like taking a whole lot longer. (as it often does!) If we are to believe the findings in these links, if you can get the oleocanthal in direct contact with the cancer, it could kill it in just one hour. I continued the treatment for about 6 days to make sure of it. TO BE CONTD.
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Posted - 05/02/2015 :  02:25:19  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Deeo, would you mind saying what type and brand olive leaf extract you are using? And how is your treatment going?

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