This ancient Native American balm has been hidden from western medicine, until now.
Black salve is a mostly unheard of treatment that has been used for centuries in South America, known for treating a number of health problems, including cancer. The salve is a special blend of herbs with amazing medical properties.
The pharmaceutical industry have tried their best to hide this ointment for fear it will outsell other products.
It has been used historically to remove tumors, fungi and yeasts from the body. Named ‘black salve’ due to its color, it contains the ingredient bloodroot, a herb jet black in color as well as a mix of other herbs and zinc.
Bloodroot is a herb found only in eastern North America, throughout history it has been used to treat everything from inflammation, cough, infections, in the treatment of warts, moles, skin tags, and skin cancer.
The active ingredient in bloodroot is sanguinarine which is full of antimicrobial, tumoricidal, anticancer, antiangiogenic, and antimicrotubule properties. In lab results bloodroot has been found to be effective at destroying cancer cells.
Black salve is known to –
- Aid blood flow round the body, helping the heart and blood vessels
- Oxygenates the whole body
- Fights off polyps, fungus warts and other skin tags
Black salve can be used internally and externally, but its most effective use on tumors and polyps can be achieved by apply the salve topically onto the growth continuously until it shrinks.
According to the experiences of many, bloodroot can effectively treat all types of cancer, viral infections, gastrointestinal problems, and other conditions. Indian black salve can be applied topically directly to malignancies for fast healing.
To consume it internally, mix a small amount of Black salve paste about the size of half of an English pea in water, or put it into a capsule and take it either once or twice a day, on a full stomach.
Even though this salve is effective, it is not a replacement for medical care when needed. Check with your doctor before using if you have any health conditions or concerns.
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