BEC5 CURADERM TOPICAL CREAM + FREE BOOKLET - 20ml
BEC5 Curaderm has beneficial therapeutic effects on keratosis, basal cell carcinomas (BCCs) and squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs). When the cream is applied to such lesions on the skin, the action of BEC5 Curaderm produces the following pattern of response: first reddening, then, usually, erosion, ulceration, dying of treated targeted cells, and regrowth of normal cells.
What is Curaderm, How To Use Curaderm & Before and After Pictures
How to use BEC5 Curaderm?
Take a look at this video to help clarify the procedure. Everything and more is outlined in the book provided with each purchase of BEC5 Curaderm.
How does Curaderm-BEC5 20ml cream work?
The active ingredient of BEC5 Curaderm cream is solasodine glycosides. This ingredient is found naturally in the Devil's Apple and also in the aubergine, though in lesser quantities. The ingredient comes from rhamnose, a deoxy plant sugar that occurs completely naturally.
Now, the cancer cells in BCC are known to have lectins that bind to sugars in their plasma membranes, which are not present in normal healthy cells. This means that BEC5 Curaderm cream is capable of binding with the cancerous cells exclusively at which point it delivers its second active ingredient - a cancer cell-destroying glycoalkaloid.
The application of the Curaderm-BEC 5 cream itself is very simple and this makes it suitable for all manner of non-melanoma skin cancers. It is believed to have potential in the treatment of malignant skin cancers too.
How To Use Curaderm-Bec5 Cream?
No fuss, no stress, no time - that's the beauty of bec5 curaderm usage and the eggplant treatment. You simply apply curaderm cream in three easy steps:
Gently apply curaderm cream to cover the affected skin
Round-off bec5 curaderm usage by applying a plaster or dressing
Contraindications: Do not apply Curaderm BEC5 to melanomas, moles, or highly pigmented lesions. If you are unsure of the nature of the area affected, consult your health professional. The effects of Curaderm BEC5 on pregnancy have not been assessed, therefore Curaderm BEC5 should not be used during pregnancy, nor where pregnancy cannot be excluded. It is likewise contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to eggplant, Curaderm BEC5 or any of its ingredients.
Adverse Reactions: the most frequently encountered local reactions have been itching, pain, and burning at the site of the application.
Caution: Adverse Reactions -- Excessive pain, swelling, redness or purulent drainage (pus), fever and any other concerns should be reported to your doctor or healthcare professional
Please note: As with all medications, you should consult with your health care professional.
Curaderm Bec5 was featured on the DR. Oz show and was also the topic of the book "The Eggplant Cure" by Dr. Bill Cham. It is manufactured on the pristine island of Vanuatu, in the South Pacific near Australia.
Ingredients: Curaderm BEC5 cream (20g) contains the active anticancer ingredient Solasodine Glycosides (BEC). It also contains Salicylic Acid and Urea at relatively high concentrations that assist BEC to kill cancer cells. Salicylic Acid and Urea may irritate the skin in some individuals. Solasodine glycosides (BEC), 0.005%; Salicylic acid, 10%; Urea 5%