A woman has posted a video showing how she was able to “kill” her cancer with a simple batch of calcium oxide powder.
The woman in the video, who goes by the name of Ms. X, is a senior scientist at the US National Cancer Institute (NCI) who is known for her research on calcium oxides, a mineral that is used in the manufacture of several health supplements.
The video, which was posted on Wednesday, shows Ms. Xu using the powder, called calcium oxide, to kill her skin cancer.
“It has taken me a long time to feel confident enough to use calcium oxide and my body has become accustomed to using it,” Ms. Xia said in the clip.
“I can do it now.”
Ms. Xu, who is currently in remission from the cancer, said she was not worried about the reaction the powder would provoke.
“The reaction will be so mild it won’t even make you uncomfortable,” she said.
“If I had any other cancer, I would have died a long while ago.”‘
It’s not like the other pills’The video has been viewed more than 300,000 times, with more than 10,000 comments in its first 24 hours.
“They are not really the other medicines that are prescribed to cancer patients,” Ms Xu told ABC News.
“This is not like other pills that are used for that reason.”
There are lots of other alternatives that people are using.
“So you should be prepared.”
The supplement’s maker, Calcium Sciences, said the powder was safe for use in the body.
“Calcium oxide powder has been shown to reduce inflammation, promote healthy skin and reduce inflammation associated with multiple myeloma and cancer,” the company said in a statement.
“We believe that it may be used as an alternative to other medicines in patients with multiple sclerosis, type 2 diabetes and osteoarthritis.”
Ms Xu’s doctor, Dr. Richard Bowers, said he was happy to see more people taking calcium oxide pills.
“These are great for treating conditions that are not treated well in the mainstream, so I think it’s great that people can use them and see what it’s like,” he said.