Many patients come to me after having used black salve. Without exception the results have been horrific!
Some of these patients have been beyond help. Some are now dead – some have lasting excruciating pain.
Our medical colleagues have also had similar experiences.
One oncology colleague in Germany showed us a photo where black salve had been applied to a boy’s scalp by his mother.
It had burnt through the skin, tissue and bone – exposing the brain.
Such examples are not uncommon. Like us, our colleagues are expected to repair the damage.
The Reality: Black Salve is not safe (or natural). It is also illegal!
Wikipedia says: ” Black salve, also known by the brand name Cansema, is a dangerous and controversial alternative cancer treatment.
The product is commonly classified as an escharotic—that is, a topical paste which burns and destroys skin tissue and leaves behind a thick, black scar called an eschar.
A mixture of bloodroot and zinc chloride – it burns holes in skin, tissue and bone just as any caustic agent (like bleach) would do.
As with many weird and magical cancer cures promoted on the Internet, vital information about black salve is omitted.
For example; much fuss is made about the magical properties of bloodroot, how the native Americans used it, and how they had skin cancer.
However; the active ingredient, the corrosive, is zinc chloride. Once applied to your skin you cannot control how deep or how much scarring it will cause.
The following videos are even more convincing. And you may wish to explore the rest of the Wikipedia article below.
The following video discusses a relatively unknown (never mentioned) fact:
For a skin cancer, it is never mentioned, that after the corrosive (back salve) has a eroded a large hole in the dermis and underlying tissues, cancer cells will still be present.
In some cases the corrosive has been known to transport cancer cells from the surface of the skin deep into the tissues and lymphatic drainage channels. There can spread rapidly throughout the body causing numerous metastases.
Some years ago, black salve was taking the Internet world by storm. Google searches numbered up to 20 million. Today, it is not trending to the same degree, having been replaced by other trenders – such as marijuana oil.