Skin Cancer Regimen

Note: Alpha Omega Labs who produces Cansema is back in business.

Summary: Use Cansema. Use George's Aloe Juice or emu oil for repair.

Cansema is an escherotic topical. That means it "burns off" the cancer. It is available from Alpha Omega Labs. It was once expensive at $50 for a small jar but the price has been reduced to $25, but it no longer guarantees to cure skin cancer as it once did. However, I have never seen nor heard of it failing, nor causing metastisis or infection. It can be used on any cancer with a topical exposure, too, and be just as effective.

WARNING: When using a zinc chloride escharotic salve, follow all directions closely. It only requires a thin layer so don't glob it on. NEVER reapply until an evaluation has been done to verify that it is still necessary. It rarely requires reapplication. Do not apply Cansema on skin over internal cancers more than skin deep as is sometimes recommended by alternative health practitioners, particularly for breast cancer. It is rarely effective against internal cancers, but it is always very painful and often leaves a wound which will not heal.

Further Warnings and discussion on use of esherotic salves. Alpha Omega Labs has had to move to various countries to avoid prosecution. See the pictures below of a mole-sized cancerous lesion on the skin. As the text says, it is the tip of the iceberg. The eschar (scab) that is formed is many times larger than one would expect. One can be assured that the eschar was composed of only cancerous cells.

To determine this for oneself, before even considering using it, I would put a thin layer on a small portion of healthy skin (dime size) on my leg and cover with a bandage. Then remove the bandage after 24 hours. This would allow me to ascertain the effect of the salve on healthy skin. It will likely be somewhat red and irritated, but would not have much of an effect compared to a cancerous lesion. However, it is always possible that someone can have an allergic reaction to an ingredient of the salve and it does cause more than mild irritation, and this would indicate that it should not be used for a real lesion.

Yet Further Warnings. Your nose might fall off. An early case when Cansema was made in the US was that a lady used it on a lesion on her nose, and continued to apply the salve daily. I have no doubt that the cancer had spread throughout her nose and had a surgeon removed all the cancer her complete nose would have to be removed and reconstruction would be necessary anyway. But this illustrates how much caution must be used. The woman brought a lawsuit and Alpha Omega left the US to escape continued prosecution. As is recommended in instructions, Cansema should never be applied to a large area. It is applied to the maximum size of a dime or even smaller some say no more than 5mm round. This prevents huge areas from scabbing up and falling off at one time. If the area is large, only small portions should be done at one time and the treatment done in stages. Another factor in this is that it lessens pain. A large eschar is extremely painful and a small one is bearable for most people.

After applying an escherotic salve and creating the eschar (if the lesion was cancerous), there is debate as to whether it is best to keep the eschar (scab) moist or dry. Keeping it moist certainly hastens its ejection, but some prefer to have more skin developed underneath before it is ejected.

When Cansema is applied to a lesion that is cancerous, a large scab (known as an eschar) will form overnight. Once this occurs, keep it clean and dry. DON'T pick at the scab! Once it has fallen off on its own, apply George's Aloe Juice or emu oil to heal the skin as long as necessary. George's brand aloe juice is a pure, fractionally distilled type which is widely available in health food stores, and inexpensive. It does not contain citric, benzoic, or other acids as a preservative, which can irritate skin.

Some people, including Alpha Omega Labs unfortunately, think it is okay to apply petroleum jelly to surrounding healthy skin to prevent irritation when using Cansema. Petrochemicals should never be put on the skin, especially if there is cancer. If it is thought to be needed, use a safe topical like Unpetroleum Jelly, which is a petrochemical-free product available in many health food stores.

Skin cancer can also be addressed using the internal supplements recommend in the Cancer regimen if needed. However, Cansema is probably all that is necessary. Aloe juice by itself has been known to be effective against some cases of skin cancer when applied topically by itself, although results are slow. It can also be taken internally to provide cancer-fighting benefits. Cold pressed castor oil and emu oil are also effective used topically for some minor cases, although they are also slow.

For prevention of skin cancer, see regimen for Age Spots and use a non-petrochemical sunscreen as needed.

Cansema Update from 2009

Alpha Omega Labs is back in business. They are now based in Ecuador.

Cansema Type Black Salve Recipes

The first two recipes, #0 and #1, produce a very smooth salve, unlike most homemade versions which are lumpy, don't spread well, and are less effective as a result.

Recipe for Cansema-type salve #0

Use zinc chloride crystals from ebay. Don't get anhydrous form, which means it does not dissolve in water.

Use vegetable glycerine plus chaparral, bloodroot, and graviola herb extracts from iHerb.

Put herb extracts in small pan on low heat and reduce by half. This won't take long since they contain alcohol, which will evaporate quickly.

Add two TBS of zinc chloride crystals to solution while still warm and stir well. Let cool. If too thin, add arrowroot powder a sprinkle at a time and stir well. If too thick, add some vegetable glycerine enough to make it the consistency of an easily spreadable salve.

Recipe for Cansema-type salve #1, involved recipe.

This recipe is rather involved, but makes the best product since it comes out very smooth and the consistency can be easily adjusted. Ideally it will be about the same consistency as white glue, and is just about as sticky.

Make strong tincture/extracts (50% alcohol, 50% water) of chaparral and bloodroot, a cup of each. Simmer them under heat, but do not boil, until they are reduced by half. Remove from heat and stir in 1 cup of powdered zinc chloride. Add arrowroot and china clay (kaolin) to thicken to desired consistency - should be a very thick liquid, but don't make it too thick or it won't penetrate well. Note that it will thicken further when it cools. Add a half teaspoon of DMSO or two teaspoons Miracle II Neutralizer to make it penetrate better.

Recipe for Cansema-type salve #2, easy recipe.

This recipe is easy, plus only makes a small amount. It is not as strong as the recipe above, does not penetrate as well, and may come out lumpy, but it is still effective.

Mix 1 tablespoon each chaparral, bloodroot, and zinc chloride, all in fine powder form. Add enough Miracle II Neutralizer to make a very thick syrup, stirring well. If it comes out too liquid, leave in an open jar a day or two until enough water evaporates to make it thick syrup.

Other Black Salve recipes

Cansema Black Salve Recipe #1

  • One tablespoon each of powdered bloodroot and poke root
  • 1 tablespoon zinc chloride
  • DMSO (5 drops per 4 ounces of salve)
  • One tablespoon Charcoal (optional)
  • Vitamin A, 10,000 IU (more vitamin A can be added up to 200,000 IU.
  • Pine tar (one teaspoon to one tablespoon)
  • Pascalite clay

Dissolve the zinc chloride in one to two tablespoons of warm distilled water. Use only enough water to dissolve. Set aside. (Be careful with this, do not get it directly on skin and keep locked from children), and do not breathe fumes.
Mix bloodroot, charcoal and polk root in a separate container with a little cooking oil, just enough to cover the herbs, mix well. Carefully add the zinc chloride and water mixture, stirring well. Gently heat the mixture in double boiler, stirring constantly for 30 minuets Remove from heat, stir well, let cool, add DMSO.
Next, mix one teaspoon to one tablespoon at a time of the Mennonite clay to the bloodroot mixture until you have a smooth, thick paste that is easily spreadable. Do not put too much of the clay into the mixture or it will be lumpy. If the mixture is too thick, add a few drops of oil or water to thin. If too thin, add a small amount more of the clay. The clay is important in this recipe since it helps to draw out impurities from the skin. If you do not have clay and need to make the paste right away, it can be thickened with flour.
You will only need to apply this paste once. Apply to the cancer, cover with gauze and tape (band aids will not work), leave undisturbed for 12 hours. At the end of 12 hours, wash area with soap and water, and then clean with hydrogen peroxide. This can be applied every 2-3 days if you feel you need to, usually one application is all that is needed for very small cancers. The cancer will drop off by itself in one to five weeks. Your may have pain, fever, stinging, intense itching or burning; this is normal. You can apply some chickweed salve to the area for the itching, but do not use anything else such as healing salves. Healing salves will heal up the area before it has time to kill the cancer.

Cansema Black Salve Recipe #2

Cansema is a natural skin cancer treatment. The active ingredients of Cansema are Zinc, bloodroot, and chaparral. It can be ordered from Alpha Omega Labs in the Bahamas. There is a Recipe available.
This is a recipe for a black paste very similar to the Cansema. But this is a preferred paste for melanoma and all suspect skin cancer like lesions. This paste also has worked well for all manner of cancers provided that they have become exposed to or close to the surface of the skin.

1/2 cup powdered Blood Root (Sanguinaria Canadensis)
1/2 cup Zinc Chloride, crystals or liquid
1/4 cup arrowroot powder
1 1/2 cup warm water
100ml Chaparral extract or 100gm of powdered Chaparral (Larrea mexicana)

Pre-mix all but the water, thoroughly, before adding to the water. Using a stainless steel double boiler. Put in water, then stir in the other ingredients. Stir in well using a wooden spoon. Cook for thirty minutes over boiling water, stirring constantly. Application is much the same as Cansema. Apply a thin layer (2-3mm) of the paste over the affected area and cover for 24 hours. Then remove the covering but do not disturb the lesion at all, do not attempt to pull the cancer out at any time, it should fall out in 10 days or so. Some people with sensitive skin put Vaseline around the cancer so that the paste does not irritate the skin.

Rife Frequencies, Annotations, and Comments


Cancer_carcinoma_basal_cell_skin (use 2116 for 30min, others for 5 min) - 2116, 760, 2128, 2280, 2876
Cancer_carcinoma_basal_cell_skin_1 (use with 5Hz jitter) - 11546700, 11546730, 11546750, 11546760, 11546870, 11546900
Cancer_melanoma_1 - 10000, 2217, 2128, 2127, 2050, 2008, 1050, 1000, 880, 787, 728, 666, 495, 465, 450, 125, 100, 95, 80, 60, 45, 20, 10, 7.5
Cancer_melanoma_2 - 2217, 2128, 2050, 2008, 1552, 1102, 1050, 1000, 979, 907, 880, 802, 787, 728, 666, 495, 466, 465, 450, 125, 110, 100, 95, 80, 60, 45, 20, 10, 7.5
Cancer_melanoma_metastasis - 979


The Silver Medicine Organization shows detailed photos of treatment with an escherotic salve. Warning: graphic! Some of the photos are resized and shown below. There are many more detailed and large photos on their site, which is hard to view since most of the photos are blown up very large, but are useful to show minute detail.

Pictures from showing stages of treatment with Cansema. They also use clay poultices to help healing:

Skin cancer initially. Note that the lesion on the surface is often the "tip of the iceberg" and that the cancer may be much deeper and wider than it appears.
An eschar forms within 24 hours after application of Cansema. Here it is a few days later when it is halfway ejected. At this stage it is important NOT to pick at it. It should be ejected on its own by the skin forming underneath!
Once the eschar is ejected it can leave a sizeable cavitation. Note that while healthy skin or tissue may be irritated, it is not harmed when using Cansema, only the cancer itself.
The ejected eschar.
A month after ejection, the area is mostly healed over but is still raw. recommends using clay poultices to speed the process, although Electroherbalism thinks that pure aloe juice or emu oil may be more effective since the components of aloe speed skin granulation better than most healing agents.
Nine months after treatment, the area is still noticeable and a scar may very well be visible. Again, Electroherbalism recommends using aloe juice or emu oil, which also decreases the chances of scarring.