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Eggplant/Vinegar Poultice-Amazing

 
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The whole thing, seeds and all.


Thanks, its done!

Remember, it really needs to sit for a few days for the vinegar to react with the eggplant, until then, you are mainly just getting straight vinegar.

Yeah, I hear you!
I wonder how many batches are sitting in the fridge right now, LOL, must have been a good day for selling eggplants and vinegar.
Thanks for the Info ET.
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Well, I have a batch sitting in the fridge. Mixed it up yesterday--couldn't wait the 3 days, so I'm trying it out now. Maaaaan! It sure does stink!

Also, started drinking the ACL "tonic"-- I'll report results in a few days.
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Evil Twin, glad this stuff works on you. I'm hoping the for the same results. I've been using a different herb for the last two years and my skin problem is coming out of remission. Crossing my fingers that the eggplant recipe you posted works - made my batch this evening!
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I wonder what it was that made someone look at an eggplant and say "I think I'll chop this up, add some vinegar and rub it on my body?" LOL, I hope it works, might try it on a stubborn wart.
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I wonder what it was that made someone look at an eggplant and say "I think I'll chop this up, add some vinegar and rub it on my body?" LOL, I hope it works, might try it on a stubborn wart.
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I have a rash of some kind on my shin. Had it for a year. Doctors gave me some creams and what not all to no avail.

I started using this stuff yesterday. Only two applications so far. The color is now a pink, instead of a red/purple.

Me thinks ET just saved me alot of grief. Thanks man.
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Evil Twin, glad this stuff works on you. I'm hoping the for the same results. I've been using a different herb for the last two years and my skin problem is coming out of remission. Crossing my fingers that the eggplant recipe you posted works - made my batch this evening!
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850,
Can you pls tell us what you were using? Thanks.
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Evil Twin, glad this stuff works on you. I'm hoping the for the same results. I've been using a different herb for the last two years and my skin problem is coming out of remission. Crossing my fingers that the eggplant recipe you posted works - made my batch this evening!

850,
Can you pls tell us what you were using? Thanks.
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Witch-hazel.
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WHAT IS WRONG WITH PUREEING THE EGGPLANT IN A BLENDER AND THEN MIXING IT WITH THE VINEGAR ? AND THEN LEAVE AT ROOM TEMPERATURE FOR A FEW DAYS?
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calling evil twin.

WHAT IS WRONG WITH PUREEING THE EGGPLANT IN A BLENDER AND THEN MIXING IT WITH THE VINEGAR ? AND THEN LEAVE AT ROOM TEMPERATURE FOR A FEW DAYS?
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Man I wish Evil Twin would give us an update on how he is doing. I hope the poultice is continuing to work and eradicating the melanoma. If anyone is using the poultice please keep us informed on any improvements made.
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ET...how's 'bout an update...




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Still coming along nicely.
It seems to be taking the tumor apart in layers.
If I could keep it wet constantly, I think the results would be faster, but this thing didn't grow in a day, either.

Anyone else having success with their experiments?
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Still coming along nicely.
It seems to be taking the tumor apart in layers.
If I could keep it wet constantly, I think the results would be faster, but this thing didn't grow in a day, either.

Anyone else having success with their experiments?
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...facinating...pictures...?

...so why not keep it wet all the time...poultice and all that...seems simple...

hf
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...facinating...pictures...?

...so why not keep it wet all the time...poultice and all that...seems simple...

hf
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It's difficult to keep anything in place given the position on my leg. It is right where the calf muscle tapers down to the ankle, and everything eventually slides off as I walk around.

I have been debating posting pictures, it's not the prettiest thing in the world.
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How is the treatment on the mole working? Is it still shrinking?

Glad to know it's getting rid of the cancer, and this without those sickening and costly chemo and radiation treatments.
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How is the treatment on the mole working? Is it still shrinking?

Glad to know it's getting rid of the cancer, and this without those sickening and costly chemo and radiation treatments.
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Yes, still shrinking. Though not as dramaticly as the first few days.

I may have to try adding some DMSO to aid in deeper penetration.
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The great lack of trust is evident even amongst doctors. Polls and questionnaires show that three doctors out of four (75 per cent) would refuse any chemotherapy because of its ineffectiveness against the disease and its devastating effects on the entire human organism.

This is what many doctors and scientists have to say about chemotherapy:“The majority of the cancer patients in this country die because of chemotherapy, which does not cure breast, colon or lung cancer. This has been documented for over a decade and nevertheless doctors still utilize chemotherapy to fight these tumors.” (Allen Levin, MD, UCSF, “The Healing of Cancer”, Marcus Books, 1990).

“If I were to contract cancer, I would never turn to a certain standard for the therapy of this disease. Cancer patients who stay away from these centers have some chance to make it.” (Prof. Gorge Mathe, “Scientific Medicine Stymied”, Medicines Nouvelles, Paris, 1989)

“Dr. Hardin Jones, lecturer at the University of California, after having analyzed for many decades statistics on cancer survival, has come to this conclusion: ‘… when not treated, the patients do not get worse or they even get better’. The unsettling conclusions of Dr. Jones have never been refuted”. (Walter Last, “The Ecologist”, Vol. 28, no. 2, March-April 1998)

“Many oncologists recommend chemotherapy for almost any type of cancer, with a faith that is unshaken by the almost constant failures”.(Albert Braverman, MD, “Medical Oncology in the 90s”, Lancet, 1991, Vol. 337, p. 901)

“Our most efficacious regimens are loaded with risks, side effects and practical problems; and after all the patients we have treated have paid the toll, only a miniscule percentage of them is paid off with an ephemeral period of tumoral regression and generally a partial one” (Edward G. Griffin “World Without Cancer”, American


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I'm convinced that chemo and radiation often only worsen the patient's overall condition.

My mother's cancer started as melanoma, metastasized, and eventually became systemic.

They took her apart piece by piece over the course of 10 years, always failing to rid her entirely of the cancer.

Near the end, she underwent an experimental procedure in which her entire liver was removed, irradiated, and then replaced in her body. She died roughly 6 months later.

No traditional treatments for me, thanks.
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I'm convinced that chemo and radiation often only worsen the patient's overall condition.

My mother's cancer started as melanoma, metastasized, and eventually became systemic.

They took her apart piece by piece over the course of 10 years, always failing to rid her entirely of the cancer.

Near the end, she underwent an experimental procedure in which her entire liver was removed, irradiated, and then replaced in her body. She died roughly 6 months later.

No traditional treatments for me, thanks.
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God Bless, ET!

Your homemade treatment seems to be working very well.

I got rid of a large, non-cancerous mole on my chest by using plant glycoalkaloids that came out of a tiny tube that cost me about $29.99, plus shipping.

Not complaining, though, as it worked as advertised.
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2Xsecret agent needs to read this to try on her sister who suffers from Morgellons.
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Even when it appears the tumor has gone keep it up because you may have a pedicle deep in the dermal layers, even into the muscle???
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Yes, still shrinking. Though not as dramaticly as the first few days.

I may have to try adding some DMSO to aid in deeper penetration.
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...i wonder if perhaps you might want to back off on the treatment for a bit of time and nurture the area....say...using aloe vera and vitamin e...then go back to the banishing treatment after you have soothed and nurished for awhile...just a thought...don't really know anything 'bout it...;)
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...i wonder if perhaps you might want to back off on the treatment for a bit of time and nurture the area....say...using aloe vera and vitamin e...then go back to the banishing treatment after you have soothed and nurished for awhile...just a thought...don't really know anything 'bout it...;)
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Well, I have been using aloe (the fresh kind, I have a big aloe vera plant) on it during the day to try and keep it soft and prevent it scabbing over. Vitamin E is a good idea.
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Still coming along nicely.
It seems to be taking the tumor apart in layers.
If I could keep it wet constantly, I think the results would be faster, but this thing didn't grow in a day, either.

Anyone else having success with their experiments?
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Hopefully, I have. I've had a place on my arm for a long time that is probably pre-cancerous, if not already cancerous. It started as a red, rough area, and gradually developed an almost raw center--actually it was covered over with rough scaly tissue. I've been treating it with applications of vitamin E oil several times a day since early summer, and it has been getting better but still had a small scaly area in the center. After I saw this thread,

I got my eggplant and ACL and mixed up a batch in the blender. I did try it right away, just couldn't wait. (My husband says it stinks so bad, it ought to cure anything!)

I had a weekend coming up, so I rubbed my arms with the paste and wrapped them in plastic wrap for an hour or more (didn't really time it, I guess I should have.) and put rubber gloves on my hands with the paste on the backs of the hands. I could tell the difference after only a couple of applications. Now the spot I worried about is looking pink, but smooth except for a tiny, tiny rough spot in the center. Since it is a weekend again, I'm going to try the same treatment again.

Oh, after I washed the paste off, I did go ahead and apply Vitamin E.
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great stuff ET, keep us updated
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Hey ET...and everyone else.

I was wondering if this eggplant/concoction could be used on my balding head?(male-pattern baldness). Anybody, know of anything naural that works from 1st-hand experience?
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I'm 50 and still have a head of wavy hair that grows like wild.

Every morning I have a shake with apple juice, a banana and two scoops of GREEN POWDER, specifically Dr. Schulze's "Super Food" brand, although you could use any powdered "green" supplement that has dried barley, alfalfa, spirulina, chlorella and green veggies.

I also take a spoonful of extra virgin olive oil and/or coconut oil every day.

My father died in 2003 but for a few years beforehand, I was giving him the Super Food shakes every morning and his white hair was starting to turn back to black!


I also have an Omega juicer and make fresh carrot juice every day to which I add green veggies like celery, parsley, kale, collards, spinach, etc.

that's your secret for hair, right there.

And in your case, I would MASSAGE THE SCALP VIGOROUSLY EVERY DAY TO STIMULATE CIRCULATION.

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Hopefully, I have. I've had a place on my arm for a long time that is probably pre-cancerous, if not already cancerous. It started as a red, rough area, and gradually developed an almost raw center--actually it was covered over with rough scaly tissue. I've been treating it with applications of vitamin E oil several times a day since early summer, and it has been getting better but still had a small scaly area in the center. After I saw this thread,

I got my eggplant and ACL and mixed up a batch in the blender. I did try it right away, just couldn't wait. (My husband says it stinks so bad, it ought to cure anything!)

I had a weekend coming up, so I rubbed my arms with the paste and wrapped them in plastic wrap for an hour or more (didn't really time it, I guess I should have.) and put rubber gloves on my hands with the paste on the backs of the hands. I could tell the difference after only a couple of applications. Now the spot I worried about is looking pink, but smooth except for a tiny, tiny rough spot in the center. Since it is a weekend again, I'm going to try the same treatment again.

Oh, after I washed the paste off, I did go ahead and apply Vitamin E.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 323723

Great!
Glad to hear someone else is benefitting from this!

Sounds like what you may have is Actinic Keratosis, which is a precancerous condition. I have read of several other people having completely cleared up large patches of this with the Eggplant/ACV.

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