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Posted - 01/25/2010 :  19:05:54  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Has anyone had success with Fr. Zago's formula? aloe arborescens (not vera), honey and whiskey, or some other distillate? There's a specific recipe in his book, and there's a website. The book lists a ton of scientific studies showing promis or success w/ aloe. I looked through the topical treatments and didn't see any posts.

Big question: most of the cancers people talk about curing successfully are basal cell. Any thoughts about these remedies working for squamous cell carcinomas?


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Posted - 09/28/2016 :  07:46:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am 54 with a long history of BCC - SCC and even metatypical skin cancer. First I used to have surgery each 1 - 2 years but after understanding that this would never end I started to look for an alternative way to cure my cancer. This forum helped a lot and my skin started to improve with the classic discussed in this forum : orange oil, frankincense oil and euphorbia peplus.
Of course I also did the anti cancer basics : avoid sugar, meat, dairy products and added trace minerals like zinc, selenium and iodine.

After 2 years I still had 3 zones that are resistant to these treatments, I was still searching for a natural way to heal, 6 months ago I applied a fresh aloe vera gel each day, no positive results, then I read about the Zago formula and purchased a genuine Aloe Arborescens plant.

This plant is very skinny compared to the Aloe Vera, there is not much gel in the leaves, so I crushed the whole leaf with the green part and applied this mixture dayly in the morning and a drop of Frankincense in the evening.

After 2 weeks all 3 zones are healed, I don't know if it will last but I guess that what makes the difference is using the green part of the leaf. I will continue for a month or two.

Let me know if you want more details about what I did.
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