(18 minutes ago)Me? Wrote: It's not really a tree limb. it's a thingie that has to be seen to be believed. It is read and anatomical so if those sorts of things bther you, don't click the link.
To me it looks like something you could buy at the local Hobby Lobby as a decorative Christmas item to hang crystals or something from. But it is anatomical. There is no slime or ookie stuff in the photo.
As one would have expected, the reason the rubbery congealed blood cast was able to maintain its structure was the presence of a good amount of fibrinogen. Fibrin is a sticky protein that appears wherever there is an injury or inflammation.
Cancerous tumors have 15 times as much fibrogen as do healthy cells. the fibrin provides the support structure for the cancer's blood bvessels to seek and obtain food to support the cancer's growth. Dissolving the fibrin causes the blood vessels to collapse somewhat so that the cancer begins to starve.
The sticky material also protects the tumor, so when it is dissolved the tumor becomes exposed to our immune system.
This was a large part of how I cured my Stage 4 cancer 20 years ago. Cancer can be really easy to cure if no surgery, chemo or radiation is used. It's easy because it is easy to melt the fibrin, Hot spices eaten fresh and raw can keep cancer at bay by keeping it from getting started.
The really hot ones can wipe out full blown cancer like it did mine. Freshly grated ginger combined with raw honey is a good one.