Basal Cell Carcinoma Healed with Essential Oils

Healing a large basal cell carcinoma with essential oils

A large basal cell carcinoma on the hand

Video Summary: The gentleman in the video below was diagnosed with a large basal cell carcinoma on his hand. He began to treat it with essential oils under the guidance of a friend, Misty Bell, who was familiar with essential oils and how to use them for healing.  He began by using Thyme Essential Oil and later switched to Frankincense Essential Oil when it was discovered that this oil would be much more effective at treating this cancerous condition.

This treatment began in August of 2010 and continued until the cancer was fully healed.

The Details:  Misty instructed her friend to use 3 drops of Thyme Essential Oil which was mixed with olive oil. Thyme oil is considered a “hot oil” which can give the sensation of burning when applied to an open wound, this is why it must be thinned in a 1:1 ratio 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 the area moist.  Misty observed that the wound smelled bad and there was a lot of tissue die-off reported during this time.

After 6 weeks of essential oil treatments:

Significant healing had taken place and new skin appeared to be forming nicely. It was at this time they decided to begin using 3 drops of Frankincense Essential Oil instead of the Thyme Oil.

After 4 months of using the 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 covered with a bandage and wrapped with saran wrap to keep it moist.

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 previously remained hidden below the skin’s surface.  This discovery extended the overall healing time as the tumors had to be drawn out and new skin had to form once again.

Misty also reports that the gentleman began soaking his hand in alkaline water to help speed up the healing process.  You can make water alkaline by adding 1/2 tsp of natural baking soda to 1 gallon of water and then soaking the wound for a period of time. 

 

The gentleman also began drinking alkaline water a short while later and this became an overall part of his healing protocol.  You can find some recipes below on how to make alkaline water. 

 

after 7 months of essential oil to treat large basal cell carcinoma

After 7 months the wound is nearly healed.

 

It is important to note that you should use only use quality therapeutic grade essential oils if you are going to attempt this type of therapy. Take a look at Ancient Apothecary, DoTerra, Rocky Mountain Oils, or other vendors that have a reputation of producing therapeutic grade oils.


 

This video depicts the removal of a large Basal Cell Carcinoma using a combination of essential oils

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How to make alkaline drinking water

Alkaline water #1- take one gallon of water and add 1/2 tsp  Himalayan sea salt, the juice of 4 lemons or limes (and toss in the fruit too), 1 tbsp of raw, organic honey, and a pinch of organic stevia and  drink this throughout the day. Sea salt contains 82 trace minerals which can enhance this water with minerals.  Lemons and limes create an alkaline ash following their digestion.  Read more about acid/alkaline balance.

Alkaline water #2– adding Alkaline Booster Drops to your drinking water.

Additional Reading

Read more about the healing benefit of essential oils

Read more about sodium bicarbonate for cancer

Read more about acid/alkaline balance

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Frankincense Trinity Essential Oil – Certified Organic, 100% Pure and Therapeutic Grade

 

Topical products that may also be helpful for this

 

Nerium OPC Skin Therapy Cream

 

 B17 Topical Cream with DMSO

 

 

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