I first started using this product five or six years ago after reading the little book by Cass Ingram, “The Cure is in the cupboard”. I confess to a degree of skepticism at first; how could one herb have so much efficacy over such a broad spectrum? Gradually, as I experienced its incredible healing power, it became the backbone of my home medicine kit. I am pushing 87 years and very fair skinned. As children, when summer came, we would compete to see who could stay in the sun the longest without burning. As a result, in my later years, I became a veritable walking skin cancer factory! A specialist subsequently told me that “the skin never forgets an insult!” I am a living testimonial to this advice and am now reaping the results of my childhood folly. Some time ago, a particularly nasty patch of squamous cell cancer developed on the inside of my right leg, just above the ankle. It was too large to simply excise and suture, and necessitated a graft which the surgeon took from my groin. I thus had two good sized wounds to look after. Each time the dressings were changed, I coated the area with Wild Oil of Oregano and was surprised how quickly they healed with no problems at all. However prior to the ankle area clearing up, another small cancer developed about ½ inch away from the larger patch. It could not be cut out because there was not enough skin in this area to have a suture hold. I thus decided to try to remove the tumour with Wild Oil of Oregano. In this I was completely successful. Subsequently I removed two more tumours from my left arm the same way. I found it was necessary to saturate the tumour with Wild Oil of Oregano and then keep it covered with a band aid or dressing. Last November while on holiday on Maui, I developed what I was positive was a squamous cell cancer just above the second knuckle on my right hand and immediately started treatment as before. However, I found that swimming twice a day and the resultant exposure to salt water and more sun never gave it a proper chance to heal, and by the time I returned home it was an open sore about 1/2” across. I took this one to my GP who did a biopsy. The result was positive for squamous cell skin cancer. He insisted that I see a surgeon who, after examining the hand, made an appointment for surgery at St. Joseph’s Hospital out patient clinic. While waiting I decided to try my Wild Oil of Oregano treatment and was completely successful. I then phoned the surgeon’s office to cancel my appointment for surgery. However, the receptionist was adamant, I must keep my appointment. This I did and showed the doctor my hand, he said, “No, it must be the other hand”. I showed him both hands and explained what I had done. “Come and see me in two weeks”, he said. I am currently treating another cancer on my right elbow, and although this is a difficult area to hold a dressing, it is healing very nicely. I find Wild Oil of Oregano a bit too strong to take straight, though I clean my teeth night and morning with the product (a few drops on my toothbrush) and have converted my dentist. In the event of colds, flu, Candida etc where fairly large amounts are indicated, I administer it via small gelatin capsules that hold about a full dropper. I think it would be most interesting to try this product on a patient with the avian flu. Certainly it could not hurt, as from my experience, used with common sense, there is no down side.