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It is now shown, by clinical trials, that the selective anti-tumor effects of Eggplants and Devil's apples are due to Solasodine rhamnosyl glycosides compounds. Solasodine rhamnosyl glycosides (SRGs) induce apoptosis in a wide variety of cancer cells and are more effective than many well-established anticancer agents. Ref: Planta Med. 2012 Mar;78(4):349-53. doi: 10.1055/s-0031-1298149. Epub 2012 Jan 13
have only been using for a couple of weeks, but have had excellent results so far with several sun spots peeling off
Even better! from Anonymous on 18/06/2018
I find this cream is removing the BCC on my leg faster. It is still there but it is much smaller in size. I use it at least twice a day and apply a thick coating on it and all around it. The only thing that is less than perfect is the small amount of grit in the cream -- but it is not enough to keep me from using it, because it works.
Beyond Excellent from Anonymous on 12/03/2018
I have a small basil cell carcinoma on my left leg on which I had been using the Devil's Apple Cream from Newston's Pharmacy and it has slowly - slowly - slowly gotten smaller. I'd been using that cream for a long time (a couple of years) and did see progress but I was becoming impatient so I began to look on the sight for something a little stronger and found the Solasodine Cream. The cancerous spot has responded very well. It is once again getting smaller with a constant red ring around it which shows that my body is fighting off the cancer. I apply it from 2 to 3 times (sometimes 4) per day in a wide swath and it seems to be working much better than the other cream. I still use the other cream for small rashes and tiny "funny" spots and have been very happy with the results that I have experienced from using both of these creams. The Solsadine cream is definitely better on the skin cancer, and the Devil's Apple is great on random rashes and odd red or scaly spots. I would not be without either of them if I could help it.