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The testimonials below are just a few that have been collected on the effectiveness of Cansema® (both black topical salve and our internal version - Amazon Tonic III), which carry both human and veterinary applications. See also animal use) and related products. The testimonials on this page are a small sampling of those received by Alpha Omega Labs so far in 2021. See links above for testimonials submitted in prior years.
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Case #051921: Cansema® and deeper growths well below the skin
(Note: This entry was erroneously ascribed to one of our customers in China, by mistake. Authorship has been corrected below. Our apologies for any confusion.)
"Some time ago I experienced a very itchy area on the lower part of my back. This went on for a couple of years until one day I decided to apply Cansema to the most itchy area. Nothing happened and I tried repeatedly applying the paste in the central part of the itch. There was no sign of any skin irritation to be able to pinpoint the place to put the paste on.
"Eventually after several applications 'it all blew up' and I had a sizeable reaction just like one has using the Cansema on a sensitive or scabby spot. Well, anyway, I think that the growth was internal or at least some way below the surface of the skin. The result was great and after all the pus was extruded it all healed up properly and the area has not been itchy since. However, I have had an itchy hip for some considerable time and without considering my back result clearly I did nothing about it until two weeks ago I suddenly thought that I should proceed to apply Cansema as an experiment to see if anything would happen. Remember, there is no sign on the surface of the skin on my hip that there is a problem. Sure enough, nothing happened for the first application but on the second one I felt some sensitivity and now it is starting and working, and the area is quite sensitive and has started to react. Several days later I put a fresh application of Cansema on the same place and the reaction is fairly normal being intermittently painful and uncomfortable. Again three days later, I put a new application of Cansema in the same spot and it has certainly been painful as well as most uncomfortable to move my hip. Obviously the Cansema is certainly dealing with the problem below the surface of the skin. It has now reacted in the same way that it had done previously for my back – see the image of the place on my hip.
"I use an excellent micropore tape called Leukopore to cover the paste and keep everything in order. Leukopore is good for sensitive skin as it is a quality German product and I don't think it contains any toxic ingredients as do other micropore tapes. I used another brand of micropore tape originally, and I am sure that it had toxic substances in it as I got a rash from it - I wasn't using it for Cansema application at the time.
"Another item is any tiny sensitive spots you might have on your forehead - little scabby things that are there - if you put Cansema on them and a small micropore patch you will find that they will be cleared up - if a little pus comes up under the tape you can press the tape to expel the pus without disturbing anything - with bigger lesions that can be painful while they are dying it is helpful to press them to expel any pus which, in turn, relieves any pain somewhat." Anthony Opie
Rec'd : May 19, 2021