– Possible expected reactions –
If you have a condition which involves the structure and/or the function of cells either on or beneath your skin or a viral or bacterial infection, then the use of this formula may produce one or more of the following expected reactions:
All of these conditions should resolve themselves with no residual effect or scarring.
Subjects with strong immune systems who have been treated with this formula have reported success in eliminating surface tumors and/or lesions. Anecdotal success has been reported with subsurface tumors including breast and prostate tumors as well as success with viral, bacterial, and fungal conditions.
The formulation is at least locally systemic and appears to be capable of affecting tumors in organs and subsurface viruses. There have been no clinical studies to support this belief to date but non-clinical studies have demonstrated positive results. Most of the successful cases have been reported verbally and are not well documented by physicians, but some are extremely well documented by the subjects and care-takers including several that are sequenced with film evidence.
The treatment is not considered a permanent “cure” for any disease as it is possible that the removal of existing cellular tumors or other non-productive cells does not preclude the possibility of a future return of new mutated cells or tumors. Therefore, it is possible and even probable that re-treatments may be indicated.
The initial treatment can be effective within a few days of the first
treatment but can take many months. Our research indicates that
determining time-line factors revolve around the strength of the
subject’s immune system and the severity of the disease.
The CC formula may be useful to normalize non-typical cells. (This claim has not been reviewed by the U.S. FDA and is not cleared to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease).
Shake vigorously before each application. Using a wooden or plastic applicator or a clean hand, liberally and evenly apply approximately a 0.5 mm thick (light) coating of the product over the affected area. As a minimum treatment, apply once and cover with a non-allergenic bandage for three days.
For “maximum treatment”, apply three (3) times each day until any reactions subside and two (2) times each week thereafter if desired. Allow the formula to be absorbed into the skin naturally; it is not necessary to “rub” it into the skin; it should be completely absorbed within twenty (20) minutes. Do not rinse or wash the treated area or shower for at least two (2) hours. Do not use a metal applicator or allow the metal to contact the material. Each participant should have a reference number and non-mandatory reporting is preferable. Store this product out of direct sunlight at 40F-90F.
This formula is not approved by the FDA or any other government entity. It is not suggested or endorsed by any Physician as a cure or treatment for any medical condition and requires a signed “Informed Consent Agreement” prior to its use by any individual. Keep out of eyes and sensitive membranes; this formula may contain a lower Ph than normal topical preparations and if you have sensitive skin, do a patch test on your arm for 2 to 4 hours. Do not use this formula if you are pregnant or on children under 12 years of age.
If you are taking prescription drugs, read the information which accompanied those drugs to ensure that there are no contraindications of the ingredients, listed below, to those drugs; if in doubt, ask your doctor/caregiver.
Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. If you do get the product in your eyes, rinse thoroughly with water. Do not swallow or use internally; should any intestinal discomfort persist, call your doctor/caregiver or the FDA poison center: 1-800-222-1222, and be prepared to read the ingredients list (below).