Black and yellow salves are
sometimes called botanical surgery. The salves work best on skin cancers and
many have had success with breast cancer. The salve is a thick salve, or paste,
made of native American herbs, that is placed on a small spot on the skin, close
to a diagnosed or suspected malignancy. The salve will cause the skin to
react, but if there is no malignancy, nothing will happen. However, if
there is a malignant tumor present within the tissue under the selected spot,
the salve forces the body to eject the tumor by bringing it to the surface,
until it completely emerges and detaches itself from the skin. The process
usually begins by a puss-like fluid oozing through the lesion, then within about
2-3 weeks the main tumor will emerge.
salves often include herbal extracts of Chaparral
(Larrea tridentata), Zinc Chloride, Cayenne (Capsicum frutescens), Bloodroot (Sanguinaria
canadensis), Red Clover (Trifolium pratence),
Birch Bark (Betula alba), Burdock Root (Arctium
lappa), and Irish Moss (Chondrus crispus), and sometimes DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide).
salves are often used in conjunction with internal preparations. Hoxsey
Clinic uses both internal and external formulas.
Donsbach sometimes uses cancer salves in treating certain cancers.
There are other physicians that will oversee the use of salves, and if you
are aware of any, be sure to email our
webmaster so we can post them to our website.
more information on the use of salves and tonics, read Ingrid
Naiman's book Cancer Salves: A Botanical Approach to Treatment
includes formulas. It can be ordered from go
Alpha Omega Labs has a
money back guarantee on their products. They also have testimonials and
pictures showing the use of the salves.
are some warnings that should be heeded when deciding whether to use the
salves. Be sure to do your research, including reading Ingrid Naiman's
book. It can cause pain and scarring and holes if not done properly.