"I had an eschar appear and I didn't even
apply Cansema there. How is that possible?"

We occasionally have people who apply Cansema to a growth or spot that they want to treat, only to find an eschar appear at another location nearby, or they have other early indicators of escharotic reaction: inflammation (i.e. edema), rubifacience, a pain response, etc. Of course, we then get emails asking how this is possible.
It is important to note that Cansema, when applied, penetrates into the underlying tissue and is picked up by capillaries of the cardiovascular system. If there is a nearby site or sites where there are cancerous or even pre-cancerous cells, escharization CAN occur. This is nothing to get upset about. It is simply indicative as to Cansema's reach beyond the application area.

"What is 'offsiting' and how is it used?"
This is where the above phenomenon is deliberately used to treat a difficult area. One example is where a site is too sensitive to apply the Salve DIRECTLY (even a small amount) to the area. So the Salve is applied to healthy tissue that VERY NEAR the targeted treatment area.

Cathryn Caton, N.D.
Alpha Omega Labs
Guayaquil, Ecuador