Summary: The gentleman in the video that is posted below began using Thyme Essential Oil to treat a large Basal Cell Carcinoma that was located on his hand. He later switched to using Frankincense Essential Oil when it was discovered that it would be much more effective to treat his condition. He was assisted by his friend named Misty Bell who provided him with the oils and the information on how to apply them. This treatment began in August of 2010.
This video depicts the removal of a large Basal Cell Carcinoma using a combination of essential oils
The Details: Misty instructed her friend to use 2 to 3 drops of the Thyme Essential Oil which was mixed with an equal amount of olive oil. Thyme oil is considered a “hot oil” which can give the sensation of burning when applied to an open wound, that is why it must be thinned with a carrier oil.
The oil mixture was applied 2 to 3 times a day, and he was instructed to cover the entire area with a bandage and then wrap his hand with saran wrap to keep it moist. Misty observed that the area smelled bad because there was a lot of tissue die off during this time.
After 6 weeks of this treatment, significant healing had taken place and new skin appeared to be forming nicely. It was at this time that they decided to switch to using 3 drops of Frankincense oil instead of the Thyme Oil. The Frankincense Oil was applied 3 times per day, and was also mixed in a one to one ratio with olive oil. The wound was one again covered with a bandage and wrapped with saran wrap.
Misty reports that the frankincense oil was much more effective for this situation as it was able to extract 5 more large areas of the cancer that had remained hidden below the skin’s surface, and this also extended the overall healing time as new skin had to re-form once again.
The man later began rinsing the area with alkaline water to help speed up the healing process. Alkaline water can be made by adding 1/2 tsp of baking soda to water and then soaking the wound for a period of time.
Drinking alkaline water was later added to the protocol. This can be made by adding 1/2 tsp of baking soda to 8 ounces of water and then drinking this a couple times per day on an empty stomach. Do not exceed 3 tsp of baking soda per day.
Another way to make alkaline water is to add freshly squeezed lemon juice to your water. Lemons leave behind an alkaline ash following digestion, meaning that even though lemons are acidic, the overall effect would be alkalizing to the body. Read more about acid/alkaline balance