Black Salve

Black Salve

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I used a black salve cream for 3 skin cancers (over a period of 3 years) basal cell and squamous cell. Not ONE has come back. Sadly when I had surgery TWICE before, the cancer returned within a year.

This is the product that the pharmaceuticals DO NOT want you to know about...I SWEAR!!! They have raided almost all companies who sell it, and try to shut them down because it WORKS!

After reading a book on how cancer treatments are being hushed and witheld from us, my eyes were opened. I had no idea how the pharmaceuticals work with the FDA to HIDE possible cancer cures from the public. Why? GREED?

You will NEVER find the black salve approved by the FDA. Why? The herbs are so cheap to make and copy, that the competition would be way too much for the money hungry( Big Pharma) and could put many out of business, cutting in to the pockets of the filthy rich!

Did you know that it costs around 500 MILLION to get a product approved by the FDA, and the studies are done by those they choose. So how do these small companies stand a chance?

I read that the US has around a 3% cancer cure rate overall. That means that our current treatments will give people a 97% death sentence ie, chemotherapy overall.

There are so many natural/alternative treatments that have helped thousands with cancer. For example, the Gerson therapy is being raved about by everyone lately and thousands who are being given 6 months to live are cancer free!

Anyway, this black salve stuff is awesome for skin cancer and for checking suspicious lesions, moles, etc. I know someone who has been using black salve for over 20 years and not ONE cancer has returned. I have tried several brands but only a couple that have worked and that I trust. The black salve attacks abnormal cells and leaves healthy cells alone for just about everyone. I am sure there are exceptions. I put it on all suspicious lesions and so far only 3 on my face that were diagnosed as basal cell, and one possible squamous cell that reacted. The other moles that I have did not react at all. When you put it on, it will burn if there are unhealthy cells ie cancer. And if there are not any, you will just get a mild redness or nothing at all will happen at all.

After a few days, it will form a scab and within about 15 days my cancer came out. I then had a clean wound that began to heal. No infection has ever been reported with it that I know of, and I emailed over 30 people who have used black salve(

who left their emails on forums). NOT one had one thing negative to say. I have heard it has around a 97.9- 98% cure rate.

It does burn a bit, but I REFUSE to let surgeons slash my face anymore... ESPECIALLY when it did NO good but give me a higher risk for spreading the cancer.

Many are saying now that each time you get a biopsy, you may be risking the spreading of cells.

If you guys want to get a video on how people have removed cancerous breast tumors and skin cancers with this stuff, go to and look at the tumorx dvd's. You will not believe your eyes! I didn't use the tumorx. I used the cansema, but they both have similar ingredients.

I know people who have put this stuff on herpes and one even on genital warts...OUCH... and they swear by it. They said this was the only thing that made the herpes not come back. I have not tried it as I don't have herpes, thank goodness, but thought it was interesting that it worked for them. I asked the manufacturers who sell black salve and they said they can not recommend it for herpes or genital warts. In fact, if one thinks they have cancer they should get checked by their doctor first to verify it is cancer. And then follow up once the cancer falls out to make sure it's all gone. Melanoma is nothing to mess around with. This will work on Melanoma as well, from several I have spoken to. I know people who have melanoma who had surgery first and then used the salve. Guess what?? The salve found areas that the surgeon missed. But if you use the salve first, you should then follow up with your doctor to make sure it's all gone. Melanoma can kill you within 5 years diagnosis, so don't wait. You want that monster out of your body!

How long has the Black Salve been around?

Hard to know. There have been different formulations over the last 100 years or so, but there have been versions for hundreds of years.

Why don’t doctors use the Black Salve to treat people?

Generally, modern medicine has largely bypassed folk remedies in favour of patentable drugs which only doctors can dispense, and other methods such as surgery which only doctors can do. Whole books have been written as to just why this has been the case.

The short answer is, that the salve has not been subjected to RCTs (randomized controlled trials), so doctors don’t know much if anything at all about this salve.

Is anyone allergic to the Black Salve?

I do not currently know of any allergic responses. I did have a skin cancer patient take himself to hospital because he did not quite understand what was happening to him; the doctors there declared he had had an "allergic reaction" to the salve. But they formed that opinion based merely on casual observation, without any prior experience themselves with the salve, without resort to any literature, or even without any scientific testing of that opinion, which would have a differential diagnosis if the hospital doctor had known about the way the salve works. True, there are some similarities between histamine release in allergy and in inflammation.

How does the Black Salve actually work?

Again, until scientific trials have been done, we remain uncertain as to exactly how it works.

It does not work by causticity, (ie it doesn’t ‘burn’), we do know that much.

Observations suggest, however, that the black salve appears to cause an immunogenic response; that is, it appears to stimulate the body’s own immune system against the cancer.

A fuller explanation can be found in the e-books.

Does it damage any healthy tissue?

It doesn’t seem to, certainly not to the naked eye. There may be evidence of damage at the microscopic level, but that’s about all.

In this respect, practitioners believe the salve is "cancer-cell specific".

Can I apply the Black Salve myself?

Yes, this is a people’s remedy, it is easy to apply (you just need some salve and a band-aid), and an adventurous spirit!

However, if you do not feel confident enough, or would just like to be talked through it, then please feel free to consult with me.

Will it be painful?

It doesn’t hurt at all if you put the Black Salve on healthy tissue, just a little itchiness is all you might expect.

While the salve is on a lesion, there can be a whole range of symptoms, from almost no sensation at all, to a "burning" sensation, to more sharp, even a

throbbing pain, occasionally a headache, depending usually on just where the lesion or tumor is situated.. Most patients do not need an anodyne (pain killer).

Individuals experience a wide range of symptoms, even when the salve is applied to the same areas of the body.

There are other factors that affect sensation severity, including the depth of the tumor, where it is, or if it is weeping.

Generally, the intensity of any response diminishes as the body desensitizes to the symptoms, and once the salve is cleared off, the only symptoms will be those relating to the resultant activity of the salve, a wound that needs managing.

If the cancer was deep to start with, there can be resultant wound pain, for which some patients seek pain relief.

How long does it take to do?

Just leave the Black Salve on for 24 hours, then clean it off.

What can I expect to see when the Black Salve comes off?

That will depend on what type of lesion, and how large it is to start with.

How long does it take to heal?

Generally, depending on how deep or how large the tumor is, it can take from just a few days, to a month for most of the healing to be complete.

If you are young and healthy, you will heal quicker than someone who is older and maybe not in as good health.

Does treatment with Black Salve cause scarring?

Treatment of larger skin cancers, or treatment of other cancers, like some breast cancers or sarcomas that have broken through the skin, can leave a scar. Sometimes a mark can be left when it has all healed up.

Is it scary to use?

Yes, it can be for some people. Especially if you don’t know what you might expect with the treatment.

Some people are happy to be personally guided through a treatment the first time. Later, when people know a little bit more, they gain confidence to do it themselves.

We recommend you read the relevant e-book first. That will give you more insight as to what you might expect, and suggest the most appropriate way to approach any self-treatment with the Black Salve.

Adrian is also available to guide you through personally.

Are there special precautions I should know about?

Yes there are. Most of these are addressed in the relevant e-book.

Does it cure cancer?

When it comes to cancer, "cure" is a word everyone feels uncomfortable with, and for a very good reason. What does cure mean? We know so little about cancer. What is cancer? We suspect cancer is more than a tumor, it appears to be more like a process that leads to tumors. You can get rid of a tumor, but will another one come?

Who can say? We are unsure of etiology (causes) of this tumor-causing process. We have identified many potential carcinogens (cancer-causing agents), but what are the precise modes of action that seem to engender this process that leads to tumors?

So, whether in allopathic or alternative medicine, no-one wants to say "cure" just yet. Sure, a tumor might be killed, but the processthat led to that tumor, has that process been halted, or will another tumor come someday, for the same reasons the first one did?

So no claims are made for this black salve as far as curing cancer is concerned. The best we can say now, is that it is based purely on clinical observations, and that the salve appears to be very good at killing tumors.

What will my doctor say about this?

We don’t know, why don’t you ask him?

However, based on general feedback from hundreds of patient interviews, it appears medical doctors are largely ignorant of, certainly unaware of the nature of the Black Salve. They rely on the critics of the Black Salve, such as ‘Quack’, where so much misinformation, disinformation, half-truths, and down-right lies are posted under the guise of "good science".

The science they quote is quite simply faulty. The salve being used today is not caustic. It doesn’t work by "burning holes" in your skin. That is a downright lie. See an e-book for more details on the medical myth being promulgated.

What if it comes back?

When it comes to treatment, people do their best. But unfortunately, despite the very best efforts of skilful and caring surgeons, there are no guarantees that a cancer will not come back. For a start, did the surgeon "get it all"?

But even then, even if he did get it all, cancer is most likely a "process", and until the process that leads to tumors is reversed, sure, one can be rid of a tumor, but there are no guarantees that a dermatologist or an oncologist can give you; quite simply, it might come back, we just have to wait and see.

You can pluck an apple off an apple tree; but it is still an apple tree, maybe more apples will come next summer.

That’s the best that a treatment with the Black Salve can offer as well. There are still variable factors:-

 Did the treatment get it all the first time?

 Was the salve applied correctly?

 If a lesion or tumor happens in one place to start with, maybe even after a successful treatment (surgery or salve), another lesion or tumor can happen again, maybe even in the same location, for the same reasons the first one came.

Why does a skin cancer, or any cancer for that matter, occur at a particular site?

Only God knows, really. Was there some damage to a particular cell’s DNA? But why this cell, and not that one? Who knows?

Certainly, it seems some cells seem to be more susceptible to the influence of carcinogens (cancer-causing agents). But as to why that is, is suppositional, mostly.