Skin Cancer is nothing to mess with. But one thing you must know about me is I will rather deal with the cancer myself than be submitted to surgery and chemotherapy.
The small skin cancers (squamous cell keratosis) I have all over my body are more ugly than dangerous, anyway. My dad is 77, has it all over the sun exposed parts of his body and his doctor “burns” it off with silver nitrate, leaving horrible ugly scarring all over. I don’t know what is worse.
Anyway, it’s the regular brown moles I have all over that I watch. So when two of them were suspicious I decided to practice what I know. Read the earlier posts to find out more.
There is scarring on my arms and legs where I tested the VE and neat little white “plug” pulled out of my skin. I am assuming it was the cancerous spot and the surrounding tissue. But I know for a fact that when you get a cancer biopsy they take a CHUNK of skin, not just the mole in question, and you get a scar, too. Either way, there will be a scar! I look at it this way – I saved time, money and anguish using VE and doing it at home.
There are more choices to cure cancer than conventional medicine will admit. I am not here to get into why they won’t consider more natural, less intrusive ways to cure disease but really what it is all about is faith. Your own faith in something to get you well. Faith that the herbs will work or faith that chemotherapy will work or the surgery will get it all. Faith that it will just go away with a prayer…
Ultimately it takes faith to live, move, relate, etc. I am talking about a general kind of faith, not a religious faith (though faith in God has supplied me strength to get through each day – with or without cancer).
No, the faith that I mean here is really believing you will get well doing what you’re doing. Not a wishy washy, “I should have done this or that” kind of faith. But confident, “I will live fully till I die” kind of faith.
Whatever it is we do in life…how we relate to our spouse, what job we decide to take, the philosophy of life, source of life, all takes faith! I hope that you, reader, know who you are, why you are here, Who is in control, – have purpose; direction; FAITH; or you will wander from one idea to another, one religion to another, one kind of cancer cure to another, etc
Life is full of choices. The AMA and the FDA has forced their view of disease cure when there are other viable more effective choices. Use your God-given brain. Study and research. Make a decision and then go for your decision – IN FAITH.
(dare I say this) You will have a better chance to get over any disease using drugs and conventional medicine if you do it in faith than if you sort of, kind of “try” herbs, half believing they will work for you.