Surviving Cancer

On New Years Eve 2016 I was in the hospital with a blood clot in my lung. The fall of 2016, I had a painful bout with carpel tunnel in my right wrist. My left hip was the next thing to go wrong. I was unable to walk up a staircase at a Christmas party: then the trip to the hospital just before New Year’s, with a blood clot in my lung. Just weeks later my left shoulder became too painful to move.


The only ailment I sought medical treatment for was the blood clot. The other painful medical experiences, I treated myself. For a few years before this happened, I noticed skin problems and suspected skin cancer. Needless to say, when I was laying in a hospital bed, I couldn’t help but wonder that all these things were connected. I knew I needed a true and deep healing.


A year later I would be going through a divorce. At first I fell apart, knowing my health and my circumstances were in dire conditions, but I found the strength to pick myself up everyday and work on my physical and emotional healing.


A year and three months after my husband and I separated, the divorce was final and I moved my whole life to the mountains of California. I’ve lived less than 5 miles away from the beach for the better part of 35 years; so a move to the mountains has been a real adjustment.


I did choose to come to our property in the mountains for financial reasons, but even still it’s a brand new experience for me, and shortly after my arrival I had another terrible illness to deal with.


As I was transitioning from the beach town of Cardiff to my new residence at an RV park just a mile away from my property in Julian, CA when I became very ill with a bronchial infection. I had just quit smoking and I couldn’t understand my cough. When I got settled in my RV, it was Just after Christmas of 2018, and the bronchial infection also became a sinus infection. There was swelling in my face and an incurable wound on the bridge of my nose.


It was my belief that if I could cure my sinus infection, I would also cure my bronchial infection. I also believed that the wound on the bridge of my nose was skin cancer and that if I could heal this wound, it would help heal the sinus infection, thereby healing the bronchial infection.


To heal the wound on my nose, I used a variety of ingredients from my kitchen.


  • Baking Soda

  • Lemon

  • Honey

  • Apple Cider Vinegar

The baking soda, lemon and vinegar were used as a wash, and the honey was used to heal. Honey is a natural antibiotic. In healing this wound, many more wounds opened on my face. I was able to drain the sinus infection from a wound that opened near my nostril, just above my sinus cavity. It took about 8 weeks for all the wounds to heal on my face. I believe these wounds were all skin cancer. When the wounds were healed both my sinus infection and my lung infection were also healed.


As of May 2019, I’m still healing skin cancer on my body. The skin cancers on my arms and legs have come to the surface. I bathe in my wound care cleanser every day and apply my wound care salve after my bath. None of these cancers have opened to a full wound, but only raised bumps. I expect a full healing by the fall of 2019.

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