Ty Bollinger meets Dr. Jonathan Wright to discuss the research behind the book “The Eggplant Cancer Cure” which explains Curaderm-BEC5 Eggplant Extract Cream)
What is BEC5?
Ty Bollinger: Dr. Wright, tell us about BEC5. What is it? And what does it do?
Dr. Wright: BEC5 is a compound derived originally from an Australian plant called devil’s apple. And it’s also found in eggplant and it’s found in green pepper.
It was discovered by a doctor - William Cham. He likes to go by Bill. So we all call him Bill. He is a PhD. He is a brilliant guy. He was working at a university in Australia.
And someone came out to talk to him—even though his major field is lipid chemistry—they wanted to talk to him because they heard he was interested about why their livestock, when they developed cancer in the eyeball—there’s a certain kind of livestock that developed a lot of that--they go rub themselves up against the devil’s apple plant with their eyes. Damn, their cancer would go away. And so they talked to Dr. Cham about that. And Dr. Cham was intrigued.
What does Science know about BEC5 and Cancer Cells
Dr. Jonathan Wright: he went to research it and he isolated these things called salosodine glycosides. There are two or three of them but they’re all lumped into the name BEC5. BEC5 is Bill Edward Cham-5. So here’s what Dr. Cham found very quickly…
What he found is that there was a membrane change in the membrane that surrounds a cancer cell. And if any cancer cell—and as you’ll hear later on from Dr. Gaston, every cancer cell has this membrane change. But normal cells that are not cancerous do not have that membrane change.
And the key thing is that the solasodine glycosides, this sugar that sticks down, has a particular type of plant sugar that connects with the cancer cells’ change membrane and it connects. And the cancer cell pulls that stuff inside the cancer cell where it doesn’t mess with the DNA of the cancer cell. It goes to little baggies called lysosomes which are filled with enzymes and they are the storage depot for enzymes that the cell uses.
But this stuff, the BEC5, goes into the cancer cell. It goes to the lysosome somehow. It enters the lysosomes, and all the storage membranes are ruptured. And so this cell is flooded with digestive enzymes that digest itself to death. Seriously.
Why is Curaderm-BEC5 cream a great choice?
Dr. Jonathan Wright: Now, if I have a skin cancer right here and I put it on there, it is not going to hurt the normal skin at all. That is the key thing. This is a beautifully targeted thing. If you heard about the latest thing in cancer treatment is targeting individualization and all that.
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