She Healed Her Mother’s Skin Cancer At Home In 40 Days. Here Is How She Did It
When anyone gets a diagnosis of basal cell carcinoma, it can be alarming. These abnormal growths are one of the most common forms of skin cancer, appearing on the surface of the skin in the form of patches that are red, bumps that are shiny and pink, or vivid sores that will not go away. Imagine how frightening it would be to see this form of cancer strike, someone, you dearly love. Read on to learn about one woman’s personal story as she battled her mother’s skin cancer and won the battle at home with a completely natural remedy.
An Annoying Sore that Wouldn’t Heal
Kyneret Azizo’s mother first noticed a patch of skin on the crown of her head that just didn’t look right. It was a small lesion that was bright red in color. Occasionally, the patch would bleed. Eventually, a scab would form, appearing as if it was beginning to heal. However, true healing never occurred. The cycle of bleeding and scabbing continued. The older woman thought it might be psoriasis or some other form of irritation and ignored it. For three years, she continued to notice the bothersome sore that would never go away. It continued to grow in size, rising up and spreading wider on her scalp, where her hair was thin, until it was actually four times it’s original size. Kyneret’s mother finally made the decision to have her sore examined by a doctor, a move she should have made much sooner.
Getting a Diagnosis
Kyneret’s mother visited her general practitioner first. Red flags went up immediately at the size and appearance of her scalp. She was referred to a dermatologist and a biopsy was ordered. The diagnosis proved to be basal cell carcinoma. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, this form of skin cancer is generally not life-threatening. While it is very rare to see it spread to other parts of the body or even beyond the site where it first appears, it is important to address these lesions before disfigurement occurs or a greater risk develops. Many people ignore these bothersome spots, whether they simply don’t pay attention or because basal cell carcinoma does not pose the same kind of danger as melanoma. Regardless, any type of cancer should be treated effectively to reduce the risk of future complications. Surgery was recommended for Kyneret Azizo’s mother.
Searching for Alternatives When Traditional Methods Failed
Surgery was successfully performed on Kyneret’s mother to remove her basal cell carcinoma, but it made a comeback only two weeks later. Not only did the bleeding begin anew, followed by scabbing, but it was growing. Alarmed, Kyneret decided to do some research of her own to tackle this frustrating problem before it went out of control. After some thorough digging on Google, Kyneret was extremely hopeful when she discovered various sources that sited the use of baking soda, otherwise known as sodium bicarbonate, and water to successfully treat her mother’s form of cancer. According to Earth Clinic, baking soda tackles skin cancer at the source by creating a hostile environment to cancer cells. Baking soda is an alkaline and changes the pH balance of the skin, making it impossible for these abnormal cells to thrive. When mixed with water in a paste, it can be applied a couple times of day to the skin growth and should be allowed to dry. Coconut oil can be substituted for water, providing the skin with nourishment during the process.
February 13, Day 1
Giving a Natural Solution a Go
Taking the advice of various sources, including testimonies from success stories and reputable organizations, Kyneret suggested this natural remedy to her mother. After a second surgery that was unsuccessful, her mother gave in. Kyneret opted for the coconut oil rather than water because it would help in the stimulating new growth of healthy skin cells. She mixed a teaspoon of baking soda with a teaspoon of coconut oil. A shot glass was the perfect size for the mixture. Once it was a paste, she applied it to her mother’s scalp. Her mother’s scab fell off after the first day of treatment. Within five days, the spot began to shrink. By day six, the basal cell carncinoma was no longer visible. By day eleven, Kyneret’s mother had a very tender scalp.
February 26, Day 14
Kyneret applied Polysporin to provide relief and protect the fresh, healthy growth of skin cells. By day fourteen, the wound where the abnormal growth had originally been was closing up. By day eighteen, it appeared to truly be on the mend and they only used Polysporin, discontinuing the use of baking soda and coconut oil. After 22 days, the wound was healed. Kyneret continues to apply baking soda and coconut oil to the healed skin as a preventative measure. She also dabs on apple cider vinegar with a cotton ball because it contains potassium and is effective in maintaining healthy skin. Kyneret’s mother will continue to see her doctor regularly for evaluation to monitor her progress.
March 22, Day 38
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Kyneret Azizo’s journey with her mother proves that natural remedies can make a difference. If you find yourself facing basal cell carcinoma, you can try this treatment for yourself. Remember that it is essential that you get a proper diagnosis from a trusted physician and pursue a variety of solutions for any health concern.