Mike Asks Dale
Are the pep enzymes effective in treating lipomas?
First. They seem to be something that some people get and if you are one of those people who happens to be having this, it does seem to run in families so ask any sibilings.
Lipomas are single or multiple, benign subcutaneous tumors that are easily recognized because they are soft, rounded, or lobulated and movable against the overlying skin. Many lipomas are small but may also enlarge to 6 cm. They occur especially on the neck, trunk, and on the extremities but can occur anywhere on the body. Lipomas are composed of fat cells that have the same morphology as normal fat cells, and there is a connective tissue framework.
Since they are not identified or behaving like a tumor, they will most likely not respond to Enzyme therapy in my opinion.
I could not find any clear indication that an overweight person is more likely to have this that a thin person so other than the normal benefits from being thin.
I did find a poultice recipe – let me know if you have andy success with it.
And a link to another site: