Topical Application of Turmeric Curcumin for Cancer

Topical Application of Turmeric Curcumin for Cancer
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For accessible cancers such as skin, mouth, and vulva, the spice turmeric can be applied in an ointment. Note: there’s an image of ulcerating breast cancer from 3:03 to 3:09 that viewers may find disturbing.

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Researchers showed that those at high risk for colon cancer could reverse the progression of their disease by taking curcumin, the yellow pigment in the spice turmeric and curry powder—cutting down on precancerous lesions, and even pre-precancerous lesions. Are there other high-risk lesions we can try spicing up?

How about giving turmeric extracts to people who just had bladder cancer taken out, or who have early-stage squamous cell carcinoma skin cancer (caused by arsenic exposure), or early-stage cervical cancer, or precancerous lesions in the mouth or the stomach? In about a quarter of the patients, the lesions started to get better. One out of the two bladder cancer survivors; two out of seven precancerous mouth lesions; one out of six precancerous stomach lesions; one out of the four early-stage cervical cancer cases, and two out of six early-stage skin cancer—all without any noticeable side effects.

One of the reasons it may work better in some cancers than others, or some people better than others, is differences in bioavailability. Megadoses were given, and just a tiny amount ended up in their bloodstream. If you’re treating skin cancer though, why not just put the curcumin directly on the skin?

I’ve talked about what turmeric compounds can do to cancer cells in a petri dish. Here’s some before-and-after pics. These are cervical cancer cells in a petri dish, with more and more curcumin. Normal cells are unharmed, but cancer cell are laid to waste. Yeah, but to make it to the cervix, curcumin must be absorbed—unless a vaginal cream was invented.

A variety of delivery methods have now been devised. Besides intravaginal, there’s also oral, intra-abdominal, intramuscular, under-the-skin injections, straight into the veins, or the arteries, on the skin, up the bladder, in the nose, breathed in like an inhaler, up where the sun don’t shine, or straight into the spinal column, bone marrow, the tumor itself, or implanted somehow.

Taken orally, some of it does actually get into the tissue. You can measure the amount of curcumin absorbed into the wall of the intestine by examining biopsies and surgical specimens taken after a curcumin regimen. It makes sense to take turmeric orally to treat colon cancer, but if we have cancer erupting on our skin, why not just rub it on directly?

And that’s what these researchers did—turmeric and curcumin as topical agents in cancer therapy. They just took some turmeric from the store, made a tincture out of it, dried it, put it in Vaseline, and then had cancer patients rub it on their cancer three times a day. What kind of cancer can you get at with a finger? These were folks with cancers of the mouth, breast, skin, vulva, and elsewhere. Isn’t breast cancer under the skin? Not always. Advanced breast cancer can ulcerate right through the skin. These were all people with “recurrent ulcerating tumors [that] had failed to respond to surgery, [radiation,] and chemo…” And, these open cancers can stink and itch and ooze. There was nothing else modern medicine had to offer. So, let’s rub on some turmeric ointment, and see what happens. It produced “remarkable…relief.” A “[r]eduction in smell [was] noted in 90% of the cases,” “even in extensively ulcerated cases of breast cancer,” and a “reduction in itching in almost all cases” as well. For example, relieving the “severe itching” in two of the vulva cancer patients.

Most of the lesions dried up, and in many cases this relief lasted for months—all from just rubbing on some harmless spice turmeric, which they describe as an “indigenous drug,…highly effective in reducing smell, itching, and exudate.” “[T]he effect of this [so-called] drug is remarkable.” And, that drug is just some “edible spice used in…curries for centuries.”

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Images thanks to James Heilman, MD and Sanjay Acharya via Wikimedia

Below is an approximation of this video’s audio content. To see any graphs, charts, graphics, images, and quotes to which Dr. Greger may be referring, watch the above video.

Researchers showed that those at high risk for colon cancer could reverse the progression of their disease by taking curcumin, the yellow pigment in the spice turmeric and curry powder—cutting down on precancerous lesions, and even pre-precancerous lesions. Are there other high-risk lesions we can try spicing up?

How about giving turmeric extracts to people who just had bladder cancer taken out, or who have early-stage squamous cell carcinoma skin cancer (caused by arsenic exposure), or early-stage cervical cancer, or precancerous lesions in the mouth or the stomach? In about a quarter of the patients, the lesions started to get better. One out of the two bladder cancer survivors; two out of seven precancerous mouth lesions; one out of six precancerous stomach lesions; one out of the four early-stage cervical cancer cases, and two out of six early-stage skin cancer—all without any noticeable side effects.

One of the reasons it may work better in some cancers than others, or some people better than others, is differences in bioavailability. Megadoses were given, and just a tiny amount ended up in their bloodstream. If you’re treating skin cancer though, why not just put the curcumin directly on the skin?

I’ve talked about what turmeric compounds can do to cancer cells in a petri dish. Here’s some before-and-after pics. These are cervical cancer cells in a petri dish, with more and more curcumin. Normal cells are unharmed, but cancer cell are laid to waste. Yeah, but to make it to the cervix, curcumin must be absorbed—unless a vaginal cream was invented.

A variety of delivery methods have now been devised. Besides intravaginal, there’s also oral, intra-abdominal, intramuscular, under-the-skin injections, straight into the veins, or the arteries, on the skin, up the bladder, in the nose, breathed in like an inhaler, up where the sun don’t shine, or straight into the spinal column, bone marrow, the tumor itself, or implanted somehow.

Taken orally, some of it does actually get into the tissue. You can measure the amount of curcumin absorbed into the wall of the intestine by examining biopsies and surgical specimens taken after a curcumin regimen. It makes sense to take turmeric orally to treat colon cancer, but if we have cancer erupting on our skin, why not just rub it on directly?

And that’s what these researchers did—turmeric and curcumin as topical agents in cancer therapy. They just took some turmeric from the store, made a tincture out of it, dried it, put it in Vaseline, and then had cancer patients rub it on their cancer three times a day. What kind of cancer can you get at with a finger? These were folks with cancers of the mouth, breast, skin, vulva, and elsewhere. Isn’t breast cancer under the skin? Not always. Advanced breast cancer can ulcerate right through the skin. These were all people with “recurrent ulcerating tumors [that] had failed to respond to surgery, [radiation,] and chemo…” And, these open cancers can stink and itch and ooze. There was nothing else modern medicine had to offer. So, let’s rub on some turmeric ointment, and see what happens. It produced “remarkable…relief.” A “[r]eduction in smell [was] noted in 90% of the cases,” “even in extensively ulcerated cases of breast cancer,” and a “reduction in itching in almost all cases” as well. For example, relieving the “severe itching” in two of the vulva cancer patients.

Most of the lesions dried up, and in many cases this relief lasted for months—all from just rubbing on some harmless spice turmeric, which they describe as an “indigenous drug,…highly effective in reducing smell, itching, and exudate.” “[T]he effect of this [so-called] drug is remarkable.” And, that drug is just some “edible spice used in…curries for centuries.”

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Images thanks to James Heilman, MD and Sanjay Acharya via Wikimedia

Doctor's Note

The colon cancer video I refer to is Turmeric Curcumin & Colon Cancer.

For more on what this golden spice can do, see:

There are ways of Boosting the Bioavailability of Curcumin to get it into our bloodstream.

Some should be cautious about turmeric use, though. See Who Shouldn’t Consume Curcumin or Turmeric?

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  1. This is really interesting, and maybe if more plant substances are added to the “cream”, maybe the effect could be even more better…




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    1. Probably would have made more sense not to use a carcinogenic substance to make the cream (vaseline which is petroleum based ) possibly could have made for better results




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      1. You might be able to use glycerine (they sell it at wal mart), coconut oil. Coconut oil is pretty sticky but very pleasant and healthy.

        I am testing Tumeric, Green Tea extract mixed with apple cider vinegar (ACV) ffor skin cancer. I used the good organic ACV with “mother” I bought the tabs and ACV at Wal Mart but you can get it anywhere. Amazon sells tumeric in pound bags or bigger. You can make your own tabs.

        I opened the tablets for both Tumeric and Green Tea Extract is a shot glass used for mixing food ingredients or making drinks. Put in a little ACV and mixed it around with my pinky into a paste. I dabbed the paste on the skin cancer and it sticks like cement. It appears to start to get down to the job within a day. It reminds me of the Cansema black salve which is also good for skin cancers. Cansema will “light up” cancer spots almost immediately and you can feel it.




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      2. Lanolin, the waxy substance removed from wool, is a very common base for medical ointments and what I would use. Yes it’s not “vegan” in the strictest sense because the sheep are involved, but they tend to survive haircuts.




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        1. Sorry but most ointments are petrolatum and paraffin based. I don’t know of a medication that is lanolin based, sure they are there, but for the most part its medication mixed in Vaseline.




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    1. Sharon, The narrative does say, “Most of the lesions dried up…”. But I’m not sure what that means. I may mean that the surface problem was cured but not the underlying cancer? I just don’t know.




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    2. Sharon, Turmeric has been found effective to significantly reduce and limit the spread of breast cancers to its axillary tail. It has not been found “curative” for any cancers yet.




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      1. I am testing Tumeric now with green tea extract and good quality apple cider vinegar. Open the tabs and mixed a paste that will stick to your skin. Others have said it kills the cancer but I will see if it does work. So far it seems be working.

        I am waiting for my Cansema black amazon paste which I have used before. Cansema will “light up” the cancer almost instantly – you can feel the burn. It is not painful but over the next few days tylenol or asprin can help.

        The plus side to Cansema in most cases is it gets down under the cancer. Eventually the cancer scab/escher (?) falls out. The skin then heals up even if there is a hole from the cancer falling out. Cansema also acts well to detect if it is cancer. If no cancer it might slightly irritate the skin. If it is cancer – it goes to work right away and you can feel it. The web site for Cansema black tropical salve has hundreds of testimonials with pictures for the past decade or more. Warning – some of the pictures are graphic and also amazing. People who had no hope saved.




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  2. It seemed the research article was from 1987. Is turmeric being used for cancer treatments these days? Is there any current research? Or because big pharma can’t make huge profits off of a common spice, is the research and application languishing?




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    1. In the past 20 years, there have been around 26,700 articles mentioning curcumin and cancer (18,600 in the past 5 years, 12,900 in the last year). Most research has been academic, with pharmaceutical companies examining enhanced bioavailability formulations like Meriva. As you might imagine, researchers from India are well represented, most notably Bharat Aggarwal of the M.D. Anderson Cancer Instutute in Houston.




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      1. One major problem with pharmaceutically sponsored studies is that they would like to involve something which they can eventually patent to make money, for example the active ingredient of turmeric “curcumin” and so on.
        Nature, however, do justice to poor and rich alike & therefore the studies which involved the “curcumin” did NOT produce the same beneficial results as compared to studies which involved whole spice turmeric which is not only far far less expensive but also not patentable by any :)




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        1. Harriet, If you have concerns, discount this research and the person who carried it out . You are still left with overwhelming evidence that Turmeric does work. I myself had a 3cm x 2cm lesion on my leg , biopsy confirmed Bowen’s disease ( SCC in situ ). I used a paste made of 1 third of a level teaspoon of ordinary shop bought Turmeric powder with the addition of 1/6th of the rind of a single black peppercorn . That’s Curcumin + Peperine and it’s all that was used . The lesion was cured in 3 weeks. I had / have received no other treatment for it . That was 4yrs ago and there has been no recurrence. I have the before / during / after photo’s which I’m happy to share.




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    1. I take a curcumin supplement daily. The one I currently take is 95% curcuminoids in sunflower oil in a gel cap….probably could just pierce the cap and use it as an ointment. If you take curcumin/tumeric…take a sniff after your next urine test…or maybe not?




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    2. I use on my smoothies, juices… better take naturally, you can add to soup, bean, tomato sauce, anything that has some kind of sauce, it does taste little spyce. It’s a wonderful anti-inflammatory for you body in general.
      So ..I think is better prevent than treat, in case of cancer.




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      1. You can also take dried turmeric powder in capsules & not taste it at all, it does stain though. I bought an inexpensive capsule machine, ordered some turmeric powder by the pound (cheap) & 00 capsules by the thousand (also cheap) added black pepper to the Turmeric to increase bioavailability & fill the capsules while watching T.V. Been doing it for about 5 yrs & in addition to any other benefits it keeps my arthritis pain in check. Thank you God for creating Turmeric.




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    3. JR supplements only contain one key ingredient of turmeric i.e. “Curcumin” where as nature has many other micronutrients packed in turmeric with curcumin who are there for a reason and their synergistic effect is far more powerful than what one ingredient can do alone.
      Besides, a bottle of supplement cost almost 100 times more than what the actual spice itself would cost with all the benefits.




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    1. You think?

      You need to start browsing videos on this site fast, :)

      No kidding there are loads more generally usefull ones.




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  3. I note that he mentions using vaseline and wonder if this can be used on tongue lesions inside the mouth. I’m tempted to try turmeric on the tongue but wonder about the vaseline.




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      1. I wonder if tumeric mixed with coconut oil could provide a little bit of protection from sunburn? Before I go to the beach I load up on things like beet root and red cabbage about an hour before I expose myself… Maybe it’s just a placebo effect but I feel like I don’t burn as easily.. Maybe turmeric mixed coconut oil might help even more.




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        1. Ben,
          I have always been susceptible to sunburn and am allergic to most sunscreens so don’t use them. I don’t make it a practice to go out in the sun. However, when I necessarily do it, I have found that 8 mg a day of astaxanthin has protected me.




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      2. What type of lesion do u have on tongue?

        As suggested earlier by Ben, coconut oil or any other edible oil can be substituted easily. Adding a pinch of black peppers or cayenne peppers will increase its absorption many fold and capsaicin in cayenne peppers will also help control any amount of pain within 30-45 seconds literally.




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    1. A lot of those tongue lesions can look trivial, just a faint whitish patch or a variation in the ragged-edge borderline along the sid of the tongue. But they can be nasty beasties with a fast progression to death, much widespread facial disfigurement with sometimes airway closure. An aggressive category of cancers. Please get that thing biopsied, if you’re still out there.




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  4. You can mix curcumin in a little DMSO liquid which should help carry it through the skin. I did this a few years ago and rubbed it on my neck in the hope that it would help treat my skull base tumor. The tumor stopped growing and has been stable for eight years now. (Of course I did many other things too.)




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    1. Hi Rick, I am interested in what you did to make the tumor in the base of your skull stop growing. I am trying to shrink a breast tumor. Thanks.




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  5. Wow, I was just sent this by a good friend who believes everything he gets from this site. But I will tell you as a cancer survivor I am really offended by much of what this site puts out. This one is really bad, one study of 64 patients who were given a topical treatment for 4 weeks with no long term followup, wow no that is a new low and really bad medicine really really ill responsible. People get hurt by this type of misinformation. Skin cancer spread quickly, most forms are very incurable with prompt attention. All this will do is have people delay there visit to the doctor while they attempt to self treat.

    Shame on you Doc !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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    1. mikey,
      are you ok? I realy think people with cancer will be treated by their doctors – and ADD tumoric to their diet and all. Verry few Hippies will try to cure cancer in their backyard.




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  6. I am constantly impressed with the tremendous amount of information you can back into one of your videos. Aside from being really interesting much of it, like this video on Turmeric are potentially life saving. Thanks again for your continued research and the exceptional public service you do by offering it freely.




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  7. The video shows breast cancer with an open wound and a partially exposed tumor. What sort of cream can be blended with turmeric and be suitable for application to such a site? How can it be made sterile before application? How can the cream be removed so the wound can be cleaned? I’m dealing with this and need some specifics. Thanks.




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    1. Peu d’ orange or open wound on breast cancer are usually suggestive of an advanced cancer and must get proper treatment from a team of oncologists and surgeons.

      If it is inoperable and you meant to apply turmeric in order to control/improve skin lesion … then you can mix turmeric powder in a mildly warm olive oil or coconut oil and apply. Turmeric is very potent anti-inflammatory and you do not need to sterile it. Simply washing wound with water is good. If pale color of skin surrounding lesion bothers you, u can always clean it with soap water or just by using a rubbing alcohol swab.

      Another way to use turmeric on any skin lesion is by preparing a “POULTICE” which is not only easy to apply as a dressing but also more effective if you can prepare it.

      RECIPE:
      1 Tablespoon of Turmeric powder
      2 tablespoon of olive oil
      1 table spoon of wheat flour,
      1 Table spoon of Sucanant/ raw brown sugar
      Half tsp of salt, sea salt preferred

      Mix all the ingredients in pan, mix well while cooking on medium low heat. Cook until a doughy poultice is formed.
      Remove from heat, let it cool a bit and apply on lesion. It normally stay put but you can also secure it by applying some bandage. Change every 8 hours.
      Please note that poultice draws any deep seated pus out as it dries . You many note some discharge initially and that is a good thing. Change frequently if needed.
      This technique is centuries old and in Asian cultures of subcontinent, this home remedy for many skin problems (furunculosis, boils, abscess, non-healing wounds etc) is very popular and effective for many centuries.
      Hope this helps.




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  8. Hello Dr Greger, I love your work, it’s both inspiring and validating as a long-time vegan, thanks for all your wonderful work that you share . I have a question after watching this video – this video really had my attention – now, I know you’re not a vet! but I’m treating my elderly dog who has oral melanoma with organic turmeric paste mixed with a bit of oil, water and a good dollop of raw New Zealand honey applied topically to his mouth tumour. It’s been a month since his diagnosis and this disgusting looking tumour is shrinking slowly but surely and looks like it’s going to come away from his gum. I’ve watched all your Turmeric videos now and researched alot about it in regard to using it for dogs too.

    My question is this: is there any research that you know of about sugar feeding cancer cells – I’ve heard people tell me that sugar feeds cancer but when I mixed the honey in with this paste I’m using it seemed to amplify the results. And if sugar supposedly feeds cancer then people shouldn’t eat fruit if they had cancer which sounds like nonsense when fruit could potentially cure cancer….Maybe the hydrogen peroxide honey can generate is helping the Turmeric destroy the tumour, or maybe it’s acting like a Trojan horse and luring the cancer cells in for the Turmeric to do it’s destroyer thing….anyway my dog’s arthritis has certainly improved! and even tho you’re not a vet, you absolutely have helped my dog :) thanks again for everything you do :)




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    1. honey is much more than just a shugar, in fact it has so many useful components that many illnesses treated with it easily, so if your honey was natural it’s 99% help and only 1% sugar made problem.




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  9. I saw this video and became very excited since I currently am seeing an oral surgeon for lesions on my tongue and I wanted something I could put on the tongue and let it do some good work. But I got turned off by the vaseline mix on the tongue and thought there has to be a better way. I believe there is a better way and I have found it in Swanson’s organic turmeric tea bags. I ordered 3 boxes of 20 bags and drink 1 cup a day. I take some in my mouth and usually swish it all around, then leave it a while before swallowing. When I do this I notice that my tongue has a yellow coating which tells me the turmeric stays on the tongue and does its work longer. For additional benefit, after drinking most of the cup I put the tea bag right on the tongue and leave it there a while too. After doing this for forty days I went to my regular 4 month appointment with my oral surgeon. Over the past 2 years he has performed 3 biopsies, and one laser procedure to blast off severe dysplasia. He examined my tongue, told me that he was very pleased and that my tongue was in the best shape he has ever seen it. He asked me what I was doing and I told him.
    I believe I am now fighting a winning game here with turmeric’s help. I also wonder if it may also be helpful to my gums and even my throat and esophagus.




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    1. Hello Roland,
      My mom had oral cancer last year and had a t4 tumor removed from the side of her tongue. Can you tell me how you have progressed since your comment a year ago?
      Thank you!




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    2. To all: end result is it did not help. In spite of my turmeric treatment the dysplasia returned and got worse. After additional biopsies (which I believe did help because they removed some of the bad stuff) I was referred to an ENT physician who operated to remove the small bad area and so far (9-10 months) the dysplasia has not returned. Regular checkups are continuing with very good results now.




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    3. Hi Roland,

      I’m about to go for a conventional scalpel surgery that requires the removal of the last two molars and a section of the floor of the mouth with lesions diagnosed with severe squamous dysplasia. The oncologist said that he’d have to remove the tissue from the opposite side of the mouth (donor area) to patch it on the area where the lesions are to be removed. Needless to say, it’s an invasive surgery. I know CO2 laser supersedes conventional cold instrument in that such reconstruction could be avoided using the earlier. My oncologist totally disagreed and said that good ol scalpel and more invasive surgery is the only way to go about it.

      I’d be so grateful if you could give me any insight into laser surgery since you had been treated successfully and I hope you’ve had no recurrence ever since the last time you were treated.

      Thanks.




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  10. In a skin cream base, I used turmeric to get rid of an actinic keratosis on my leg. Applied liberally twice a day for a month. Still gone two months later.




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    1. Hi Minda. Dr. Greger has a page on skin health. There was a study performed in Germany of a lotion made out of cilantro seeds, showing it could decrease the redness of a sunburn showing it had some anti-inflammatory effects, though not as much as an over-the-counter steroid, hydrocortisone, or prescription strength steroid cream.




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  11. I believe in the video on turmeric and Alzheimer’s, black pepper was said to be a strong potentiator for turmeric. (If I remember right, ha ha.) Maybe that could help too.




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  12. Is it not OK to just mix the turmeric spice with Vaseline or coconut oil? I have recurring basal cell carcinoma that I’d like to try it on.




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    1. better use water solution, or if you really want some oil try
      sesame oil, it use in India medicine as the best oil that enters deep to the body.
      Add some amla and vitamin C and you’ll have a very good result.
      Also you can try water solution of shiitake ( it does help to my friend) and mushroom turkey tale ( coriolus) and ganoderma lucidium. They are the very best too.
      Good luck!




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  13. My mother has had basil cell carcinoma on her nose for over 15 years. Hated the pain of surgery so stopped having it removed. She just managed it (as it kept growing) with neosporin and bandaids. After learning here of curcumin’s topical efficacy, I decided to make her a salve of Turmeric powder (about 1 TBS.) and mixed it in an old tin of ointment (1/4 oz) I had on hand from Mountain Rose Herbs (but any kind would do) In just one week, the cancerous growth is completely gone, and she is thrilled with the results!




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  14. Wow, that’s funny! I’ve been adding a tiny bit of turmenic in my night cream for a while now. I eat plenty of curry and use turmeric in a lot of dishes. This along with saffron makes everything taste like heaven! I figured that the yellow pigment would also help with my pale winter skin and it works so well (and it’t super cheap). I rotate between this, saffron, carrot juice and black tea, all thing that I also eat/drink on a regular basis.




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  15. The BBC did their own study on turmeric. Look it up online, very interesting reading. adding turmeric to food is the best way for absorption into the blood stream.
    I drink fruit smoothies daily with a small amount of coconut milk (to act as a carrier) and a sprinkle of black pepper to increase the potency.




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  16. We grow turmeric in our garden (in Hawaii). Very, very easy to grow, but it takes about a year. I would think you could grow it anywhere, inside, in a large pot. Just stick some turmeric in the ground (inside in a pot) and water occassionally, and wait about a year before harvesting. Plant it in March. Could take a month or 2 to sprout….




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  17. why are they put in in a cream?
    Isn’t it so hard just make some water mix and place it without Vaseline (which make it worse obviously)?

    I don’t really know why so little medicine placed directly to the illness. It’s obvious that it make lower the harm, lower dose with better effect, and avoid problems with our digestive tract that obviously has it’s own opinion about what have to come into the blood and what don’t and actively regulate this process.
    So why do you fighting with you digest and make a big harm for all body with pills (like with chemotherapy) when you just can place it to a tiny place were it’s actually needed?




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  18. Would be interesting if you covered BEC cream (made with solasodine rhamnosyl glycosides extracted from eggplant ,or originally devil’s apple). Has been tested and shown to have an effect against various kinds of skin cancers. Quite a few papers on it although not sure if anything recent.




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  19. I have sarcoma skin cancer on the right side of my neck the tumour is five centermeter and hard and painfull …I started applying hemp oil and covering it overnight the swelling came down in a month’s time but I got white horn like pimples which were bleeding now I use turmeric past in the day time and hemp oil in the night I seem to be healing I even eat turmric and hemp oil ashvagandha and trifla Indian herbs for cancer as well as green tea and revestel and wormwood tablets….I refused chemo radiation or surgery I am confident I will heal in two months.




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    1. You are very brave.
      Chemotherapy gives only 3-5% to survival but it’s hard for someone to refuse it.
      You also can place to your cancer green tea directly, add to diet as much mushrooms as you can especially siitake (Lentinus edodes) and Ling chi (Ganoderma lucidum) they have strong anticancer effect. My friend with sarcoma feels much better in vit C and he still alive, much longer that doctors says.
      Write me if you want to make a conversation about it at helga_turenko@mail.ru




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      1. I have sarcoma cancer of the soft tissue on the right side of my neck want to talk to people with the same experience just need moral support and what natural treatment they are taking at the moment I am applying strong cbd balm on my neck and Ingesting it four times a day because of the pain. Kangan_9@hotmail.com.




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