An effective treatment
for non-melanoma skin cancer without surgery
Containing purified plant extract of the Solanum Sodomaeum from Australasia, BEC5
is effective in treating benign tumours, such as age and sun spots
Made in Vanuatu - Shipped from the UK
20ml of 0.005%
- includes free Curaderm
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Basal Cell Carcinomas treatment
cream is an eggplant skin cancer cure, that is especially potent in
treating Basal cell carcinomas. This is the most common form of skin cancer, also known as BCC - Basal cell
carcinoma. BCC is a non-melanoma skin cancer. Around 95% of skin cancer is not a Melanoma form. BEC5 also
works on benign tumours like sun spots and age spots.
Curaderm cream has also been effective
after surgery that fails to remove BCC, even after skin grafts on the affected area. Recent trials in 10 UK
hospitals found that applying BEC5 cream twice a day to the affected skin cancer areas resulted in a complete
remission on 78% of the patients within 8 weeks of treatment. The other 22% of patients also showed an improvement,
but needed a little longer treatment time of 13 weeks.
Curaderm is derived from the plant
Solanum Sodomaeum from Australasia. The plant contains an important eggplant extract Solasodine Glycosides, which
has been found to be extremely effective in treating skin for cancerous conditions. This active ingredient can be
also found in eggplant and aubergine in smaller quantities.
BEC5 Curaderm seen on the Dr. Oz Show
BEC5 Curaderm cream was featured on the
Dr Oz Show. The famous alternative health advocate Dr Joseph Mecola was championing cream on the show to remove
skin cancer. You can find here the Curaderm story on Dr Oz's website.
How to buy BEC5 Curaderm
• Click on the product image or 'buy it now' button to purchase it online, via
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• Curaderm is available
in 20ml tube of cream pack size
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and disinfect the area to be treated before each application. The drier the area can remain, the better. Apply the
cream twice a day. The typical treatment period is 8-12 weeks, although it can vary from person to person and
depends on number of other factors, such as:
- the size of the lesion being treated
- the position of the lesion and how difficult is to reach it
- the age and condition of the patient
- how often the cream is applied daily, etc.
There are no known contraindications with Curaderm
cream. Dermatologists at the Royal London Hospital have cited BEC5's efficacy as 'safe and effective', calling it
'an ideal therapy for outpatient treatment'. Do not use this cream if you are allergic to aspirin.