Salvestrol cream

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Salvestrol cream

by logical on Tue Feb 03, 2015 09:01 AM

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I have been using Salvestrol capsules for about 6 weeks, 8 per day. I have noticed some interesting effects - numerous keratoses on my scalp are flaking away and a large black mole which was about 3mm high has completely flaked away, leaving just a patch of smooth brown skin. Unfortunately I have proof that my cancer has not been shrunk by the salvestrols, as will become clear below.

I had radiation which finished about 2.5 months ago and a PET scan showed that the cancer had shrunk but much was still there. I was hoping that the salvestrol capsules would control it or reduce it but a small nodule started growing in the skin at the edge of the main radiation wound. This worried me and I decided to apply black salve to the nodule. The skin over and around it went yellow and the nodule shrank, so that was a good sign. The yellow area formed a brown scab which I expect will fall off in a few days, taking that small cancer with it.

The problem with using the salve, however, is that it is very painful and I can only apply it to small patches. It will take forever to get round the main cancer, which will probably be growing faster than I am reducing it in other places.  

I then remembered reading about salvestrol cream. I bought some and started applying it around the wound. It certainly does not produce the pain that black salve produces. I think it will be possible to apply it around the whole wound.

I am hoping that the cream will boost the power of the capsules and thus start to overcome the cancer. Has anyone else been using salvestrol cream in this way?   

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by neets23 on Fri Feb 06, 2015 12:45 PM

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I dont have any experience with salvestrols creams what so ever so I am unable to help you on this, I'm intersted in the black salve cream. Where do you buy this or whats in it? I have read that it can take up to 12 months to see results with the salvestrol capsules

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by Inde43 on Fri Feb 06, 2015 02:00 PM

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Dear Logical, I use salvestrol cream to prevent damage from radiation. I had a mastectomy in 2011, chemotherapy and a high dose of radiation. Radiation can cause skincancer. So I apply salvestrol cream every morning on the area where I had radiation. It became a daily ritual! My skin is healthy looking and no signs of the radiation I once underwent. I love the cream!! I also take salvestrol platinum each day, to prevent recurrence of breastcancer. And yes, it can take 12 months before it starts to work. But there can also be inhibitors! Are you aware of the inhibitors? And may I invite you to join our Facebookgroup "Salvestrols and synergistic Cancer remedies"? Hope to see you there!

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by Inde43 on Fri Feb 06, 2015 02:03 PM

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You haven't been using salvestrols for a long time yet, so give it time! I wish you al lot of success!!

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by logical on Fri Feb 06, 2015 04:21 PM

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I cannot tell you where I got my salve. If you Google Black Salve or Cansema you should find something.

Black Salve works well on new small skin cancers when the cancers are very shallow. Difficulties may arise if the cancer is old and deep. Apply the salve to a suspicious area and cover with tape for 24 hrs. Then remove the tape and scrape or wash off the salve. If cancer is present the skin, or part of the skin, will go yellow. If there are only a few yellow spots, apply the salve again for another 24 hrs. If the area is now fully yellow, the treatment is complete. If not, apply a third time. The yellow area will turn into a brown scab which will drop off after a week or two, leaving a shallow pit. This will fill in over the next couple of weeks. 

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by logical on Mon Feb 09, 2015 04:10 PM

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Update.

The brown scab mentioned above has now drpped off, as expected and the skin there looks healthy. 

It seems the salvestrol cream does cause or increase pain if applied to a wide area. Given that the pain may be indicating that it is doing its job I find that I can tolerate it well enough. 

Correction: In the first post above I stated that the radiation finished 2.5 months ago. This should have been 4.5 months ago. The time without any appreciable advance of the cancer is now significant. 

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by logical on Thu Feb 19, 2015 07:49 AM

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Update on salvestrol cream

As mentioned above I have been appying salvestrol cream around the wound left by the radiation treatment of my cancer on the cheek and have also been taking salvestrol capules.

To my surprise a patch of skin in front of my ear, which previously looked normal, has developed a lesion. It looks similar to the appearance after application of black salve to cancerous skin, but is not quite the same. I had not applied black salve to this area so there can be no confusion as to the cause of the lesion - it must be the salvestrol capsules and/or salvestrol cream working.  

If so, it must be a good sign. There seems to be some hope that the cancer is being stopped. 

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by Inde43 on Thu Feb 19, 2015 08:52 AM

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Wow.....that is good news!! I am happy for you!

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by logical on Sun Jun 14, 2015 02:55 AM

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I think there is some benefit from the use of Salvestrol Cream and Salvestrol capsules, but unfortunately my supplier of the cream is out of stock. I google for other suppliers without success. 

Does anyone happen to have some Salvestrol Cream that they do not need and could let me buy? If so, I would appreciate it greatly.  

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by Inde43 on Sun Jun 14, 2015 06:06 AM

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I'd like to invite you to join our Facebookgroup called 'Salvestrols and synergistic cancer remedies'. Maybe you can ask your question there and get more response? Good luck! :)
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