by Yohanan Burket
Getting rid of skin tags, warts, and other similar skin lesions, including the cancerous types, can be handled at your doctor’s office. They typically use liquid nitrogen to kill the offending growths, something you cannot do at home. I am offering a caustic solution, initially developed in Russia by Aspera. Unfortunately, I am not able to purchase this excellent skin lesion remedy so I decided to formulate it to be similar using the same ingredients. By trial and error, I optimized the strength of the solution for maximum effectivity, but not so strong as to cause normal tissue damage. I compared my concoction, that I call “Skin Lesion Terminator” with the Aspera liquid and discovered my formulation is slightly stronger. The advantage of using the caustic solution is that you do not need to set up an appointment with a doctor. You can apply the Skin Lesion Terminator at your convenience at minimal cost. A single bottle will last indefinitely and will easily handle most skin issues. I applied the solution to a known cancerous spot and an ordinary plantar’s wart with success. Purchase here.
Getting Rid of my Skin Cancer
Because the Russian formulation is no longer available, I prepared a similar compound using the same ingredients, with perhaps slightly different percentages of components. I compared the results of my formulation with the Russian formulation, and made my formula slightly stronger. The active ingredients are Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Chloride, and Sodium Hydroxide. Sodium Bicarbonate is known to kill cancer, and Sodium Hydroxide provides an extremely caustic environment which instantly disables cancer. Cancer requires an acidic environment to function. I applied the formula and in a few days, scabs formed on my skin as shown:
The following year, 2019, I got a nice sun tan, but noticed that the places where skin cancer existed would not tan. It takes years before the affected skin can once again accept a tan. I know because I performed the same procedure at least five years ago around my neck, and on my lower leg, and only now do those areas accept a tan.