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Petty Spurge is a common plant from the Euphorbia group. Components of its milky sap are being studied for the treatment of skin cancer, leukemia, warts and sunspots. Recent research into Petty Spurge has shown that a wide range of cancer cells is acutely sensitive to this substance.

Botanical Classification of Petty Spurge:

  • Family: Euphorbiaceae
  • Genus: Euphorbia
  • Species: Euphorbia Peplus
  • Scientific Name: Euphorbia Peplus (Linneaus)
  • Common Names: Petty Spurge, Radium Weed, Cancer Weed, Wart Weed and Milkweed.

Petty Spurge Extracts

  • The Sap as a natural mixture:-
    • Effective on some skin cancers, sunspots, warts and corns.
  • The Active Ingredient: Ingenol Mebutate:-
    • it is an activator of Protein Kinase C which is a key factor in the treatment of cancer.
    • in laboratory experiments against leukemia cells lines, Ingenol Mebutate (Ingenol-3-angelate) was found to be both selective in targeting leukemia cells and that the leukemia cells are highly sensitive to the small doses being applied.
    • in laboratory trials with skin cancer in mice, 3 daily topical applications resulted in significant clearance.
    • intermediate clinical trials (Phase IIa) against Sunspots (Actinic Keratosis) resulted in significant clearance.
    • Phase I/II clinical trials show that the sap from Petty Spurge resulted in significant clearance of human non-melanoma skin cancers.

Caution: Petty Spurge sap is toxic and should not be used internally.

Skin Care: in traditional European folk medicine the sap of Petty Spurge has been used for treating Sun Spots, Warts, Corns and (non-Melanoma) Skin Cancers.  The sap “burnt off” any skin that it came into contact with. Using it today, one should avoid contact with the eyes and internal membranes. Use of the sap near or above the eyes and mouth is not advised as sweating, rubbing and washing may carry the sap into the eyes or mouth causing inflammation and scaring.

Dosage and Side-effects: Use once a day over two or three days. Side effects include redness, irritation and blistering. A scab will form and then fall off after a week or so. It does not usually leave a scar.

Ingredients:  Petty Spurge, Wheatgerm Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Beeswax, Vitamin E.

  • Simon

    5 out of 5

    I love this stuff! Smells nice and earthy in a plant like way heals skin issues like spots, also used it combined with Silver aloe to heal a nasty rock hard boil removed by black salve. Good product.

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