Rumored Folk Remedy Becomes Skin Cancer Cure BEC5

An Eggplant Healed My Heifer

Ocular Carcinoma
Ocular Carcinoma
Devil's Apple Fruit
Devil's Apple Fruit
Dr. Bill E. Cham
Dr. Bill E. Cham

The Rumored Folktale

A Stumbled Upon Cure For Cancer

It seems as though most of the more amazing discoveries in the world are stumbled upon accidentally.

I have no ready examples of this particular phenomenon, but it certainly holds true for what I am going to tell you about today.

Some guy named Bill Cham heard a story about farmers in Australia who would put a "poultice" (a soft moist mass, often heated and medicated, that is spread on cloth over the skin to treat an aching, inflamed, or painful part of the body) made from a weed called Devil's Apple on their cows eye if it became cancerous.

This application apparently slowed down or completely reversed the cancerous action affecting the cows eye allowing the animal to recover and return to health.

How Did The Farmers Figure Out This Poultice Would Work?

It seems like quite a bit of chance was involved here (and probably God too... if I'm allowed to say that around here).

As the story goes, some farmers noticed one of their cows rubbing its eye against the fruit of this Devil’ s Apple plant and subsequently (over a period of time I am guessing) stopping the growth of a cancer that had affected its eye.

This is the way that this fellow, Bill Cham, who turned out to be Dr. Bill E Cham is supposed to have learned about the benefits of the devil's apple plant.

The applications of devil's apple in combating cancer was tested and patented in the early 1980s by Bill Cham, who was then a medical researcher at the University of Queensland.

Dr. Cham then dedicated a huge portion of his professional life in pursuit of applications for this exciting and groundbreaking revelation in respect to humane use because he also found out that farmers were known to rub the sap of the fruit to the back of their hands to stop sunspots.

From Fairytale To 100,000 Skin Cancers In Remission

From Fairytale To Non-Fiction

Working diligently for more than 10 years, Dr. Cham managed to isolate the active compounds derived from the Devil's Apple plant (or more accurately, the fruit) which is only found in *Australasia.

(*Australasia is a region of Oceania comprising Australia, New Zealand, the island of New Guinea, and neighboring islands in the Pacific Ocean.)

The Devil's Apple plant, also know as Solanum Sodomaeum, contains a very important extract – Solasodine Glycosides – which has been effective in treating several types of skin cancers and cancerous conditions.

These Solasodine Glycoside compounds were named BEC.

Solasodine Glycosides are also found in smaller quantities in the common eggplant and have been incorporated into the topical cream Curaderm-BEC5 - a well known age-spot cream and sun-spot cream – to treat the effects and source of skin cancer.

The Curaderm-BEC5 cream was first released on the Australian market in 1990.

What is so unique about Curaderm, besides the fact that it really does work against non-malignant skin cancer, is that while it destroys the cancerous cells, it will leave the healthy cells around the lesion untouched and subsequently, undamaged.

This can not be said about conventional forms of skin cancer treatments that rely on surgery, tadiation treatment and harsh topical treatments.

Cosmetic surgeons are very excited about the results with Curaderm as scarring is minimal to non-existent and this is very favorable when dealing with areas around the eyes, nose and mouth.

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Comment or Complain About Curaderm BEC5 1 comment

BEC5 Curaderm 4 years ago

Nice article. I will recommend Bec5 curaderm cream instead of surgery. Bec5 curaderm is an effective cream for skin cancer treatment. My cousin has skin cancer and i also recommend her to use Bec5 curaderm.

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