Instructions for use

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Black Salve

1. General information.
Black Salve is an escharotics made of a combination of four different herbs (bloodroot, galangal, chaparral and graviola) in a solution of zinc chloride. The resulting paste is of a very dark brown colour, moist and easy to spread. It is safe and completely non toxic to use the Black Salve on healthy tissue. The only reaction Black Salve can cause on healthy skin is a very mild irritation, but in most cases there is no reaction at all. Do not use the Black Salve in the area surrounding the eyes.

2. Application.
Wash your hands thoroughly before and after using the Black Salve. To apply the salve on the cancer growth you will have to use something flat, like the handle of a teaspoon or the rounded top of a spreading knife. It is better to apply the Black Salve after a shower or a bath when the skin is softer and more absorbent. Apply a thin layer of Black Salve and cover with a bandaid or a bandage (this serves two purposes: it protects the lesion from being bumped or bruised until it heals, and keeps the Black Salve on the lesion for as long as it needs to be effective). The area will start to tingle shortly afterwards indicating that the Black Salve has reached cancerous cells and it is starting to work. If after 3 to 6 hours there is no tingling it can only mean 2 things:

a) the lesion or the growth is not cancerous;
b) the Black Salve has not been able to reach the cancerous cells.

In this second case it is advisable to remove the black salve and re-apply it until it is able to reach the cancer growth and start working. Some people use a loufah sponge to wash thoroughly and rub vigorously the area so that it becomes easier for the Black Salve to travel through the skin layers and reach the cancerous cells.

Another more extreme and invasive way of easing the absorption of Black Salve into the cancer is to use a small sterilized needle and carefully pierce the skin before re-applying the Black Salve. Among the ingredients of our Black Salve we also use MSM which increases the penetrability of Black Salve into the skin.

In the case of large lesions there could be a burning sensation after applying the Black Salve, so it is advisable to have some non prescription pain killer available through the process. If the lesion or growth is larger than a square centimetre it might be a good idea to seek the help of a cooperative physician in order to help with pain management.

Another way of managing the soreness/pain is to treat a small area of the larger lesion at a time, starting from the edge and, after the first eschar comes out, treating a new small area until the whole area of the lesion is healed.

3. Managing the eschar.
After 24 hours from the application remove the bandaid or the bandage and carefully clean the area with some hydrogen peroxide, lightly removing the excess Black Salve. At this stage the eschar looks a bit like a pimple or a boil. If a full pus formation is not evident or if it is incomplete, repeat the application for an additional 24 hours.

Generally it is sufficient to have just one application for most cancers up to an area of 5 millimetres, but no more than 3 applications are usually required for larger areas.
After the eschar has formed keep it covered and protected for a period of up to 10 days. In some cases there will be a considerable amount of pus draining from it, but this is normal.

4. Removing the eschar.
The eschar itself is what is left of the cancerous cells, which by now have been killed and clustered in the eschar by the Black Salve. When the eschar comes out the area will look raw and unsightly but by this time it is clean of any cancerous cells and new healthy cells will fill it up fairly quickly. During the whole process it is important to keep the area clean and hygienic as it would be done for any other wound.

The ingredients of our Black Salve are: Zinc Chloride, Chaparral, Bloodroot, Galangal, Graviola, MSM (to ease the penetration into the skin) and glycerine (to keep the product moist). Black Salve is best kept away from heat and light. If at any time you find that the Black Salve in the container is becoming a bit dry (it can happen after a few months) just add a few drops of glycerine or water and mix thoroughly.

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Black Salve is produced by Earthly Energies