Natural Remedies

How to Stop Mole in Teenager From Becoming Cancerous?

Posted by Sonja (Florida ) on 02/16/2019

I met a mom who has a 14 year old daughter. They noticed a mole that she had on her arm had a white halo around it. They got it checked out, and it was abnormal. She is having it removed 2/28/19. The doctors said that within a year she will have cancer. I am just wondering if there is some she could do that could in the meantime that could help her body fight it?

Replied by Mary
Idaho
06/30/2020

Yes! There are many different things she can do. Please start by reading through all of the posts listed in The melanoma and basal cell carcinoma sections. She should treat topically and internally. Topical cures include MSM (sulfur) and melatonin with coconut oil. Internal are too many to list. Baking soda and maple syrup (heated) is a good place to start. Please research for more info.

Mary
Idaho
06/30/2020

Hi Sonja,

I also want to add- she should mega dose vitamin D for at least a year. 50,000-100,000 is is safe. Vitamin K and magnesium should also be supplement to provide proper balance for vitamin D. Most are boron deficient, and boron is a mineral that's needed for proper balance and function of calcium, and MUCH more. Borax is a perfect supplement to provide boron. She can add a nice pinch to her water most days. 1-2 times daily.

Another easy supplement to provide much needed antioxidants that are lacking in those with cancer and needed for healing — BETA CAROTENE. Beta Carotene is a powerful antioxidant, and safe to take in very large doses to quench oxidation and inflammation. I've taken 20-30 pills at a time. I love the NOW brand, full spectrum beta carotene capsules best. They are natural source vs. synthetic. Clove essential oil is an ever stronger antioxidant- brush with 1 drop on toothbrush, 1 drop diluted in carrier oil, or try 1 drop in warm water or tea.

Replied by Art
California
07/01/2020
534 posts

Sonja,

Melatonin is considered by many scientists and researchers to be an inhibitor of cancer metastasis and angiogenesis as well as a promoter of apoptosis of cancer cells in multiple forms of cancer.

Art

Replied by Anon
Anon
07/02/2020

Art,

Is melatonin effective when applied topically?

Replied by Art
California
07/02/2020
534 posts

In reply to Anon,

Yes, melatonin is effective when applied topically, but it may not be very practical when extremely high doses are needed such as for Covid-19 or cancer.

Melatonin is available as a cream/lotion for topical application, but the dosing is generally quite low as might be used for sleep.

Melatonin is also available as a very high potency (200 mg/400 mg)suppository, in flavored liquid, as sublingual pills/gummies that dissolve in the mouth and in capsules up to 60 mg each all the way down to one third mg.

Art