Skin cancer is defined as the appearance of irregular patches of skin that may have a slightly raised surface, although may also appear as flat surface with a darker brown, purplish or greenish discoloration. These patches may resemble an oddly shaped freckle. Rosacea is described as a general redness or flushed appearance primarily located in the central portion of the face which may be accompanied by acne pimples, dry flakey patches of skin, and raised red bumps.
Both conditions create a change in the appearance of the skin and some might think this is where the similarities end – not so. Both are chronic conditions, skin cancer can be life-threatening but rosacea is not.
The primary goal of treatment of both conditions is based on addressing the symptoms visible on the surface of the skin. But does this platform of treatment go far enough? Skin cancer and rosacea once successfully treated go into a stage of remission. This stage of remission can last weeks, months, years or even a lifetime.
The secondary goal of treatment is to address the systemic changes that are the root cause of each condition. Neither rosacea nor skin cancer can exist without first having a systemic change occur within the body. Both cancer of all types and cancer of all types have a much lower ph (potential of hydrogen) in the skin tissue. Cancer cells always have a pH that is 1 to 1.5 lower than the organ (such as the skin) than it is located in. By ‘ion channeling’ or ‘magnetic salt channeling’, the cancer cells are magnetically drawn to collect in an area of the liver, stomach or skin. Cancer does not have to have ‘sun damage’ as other organs never have sun damage. However anything such as the sun can be an irritant. So cancer thrives in an organ such as the skin that has a low pH. Obviously, one has to raise the boy pH to solve or chemically change the mathematical equation and balance the ion channeling. Surgeons always keep the various ions balanced to prevent bleeding and strokes during surgery. Each atom is either positively or negatively charged. And the body has a ‘whole bunch (7,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000) of atoms with the electrical charges being changed by our own human chemistry. The body ions can easily have the electrical charge changed just as you can easily change the chemistry of your skin. You may have noticed that sometimes a different object can raise the hair on your skin which is a good example of ‘magnetic electrical change of ionization.