What if were to tell there is a blend of herbs so effective, and safe for helping with skin cancer, warts, moles and skin tags?
Black salve is an ancient native American ointment used to remove tumors, yeasts and other fungi, and some other infections from the body. It works to dissolve skin growths without harming normal tissue.
The miraculous healing power of black salve for warts, moles and skin tags
Bloodroot is the main ingredient in black salve. It has been used for inflammation, infections, in the treatment of warts, moles, skin tags, and skin cancer. The main constitute of blood root is sanguinarine, an alkaloid that has been found to have antimicrobial, tumoricidal, anticancer, antiangiogenic, and antimicrotubule properties. Bloodroot has been known as a potent anticancer agent. According to a 2013 study published in the European Journal of Pharmacology, sanguinarine in bloodroot causes cell death through oxidative damage in the body. It’s been found to help kill human melanoma cells. (source)
Bloodroot is omitted in most recipes nowadays as it might be too rough on the skin.
Healing ingredients used in Black Salve
Comfrey is well known to speed up wound healing (it’s also known as knit-bone). Comfrey has an incredible ability to soak through skin and muscle and affect bones. Additionally, a recent clinical trial has shown comfrey root ointment to be more effective than some pharmaceutical ointments in healing sprains. Another double-blind study has found comfrey to be effective in treating osteoarthritis of the knee.
The activated charcoal has been used since ancient times as a detoxifier and purifier. The charcoal helps clean the wound and get rid of the offending object.
Drawing Salve Recipe
- 6 tablespoons infused olive oil*
- 2 tablespoons castor oil
- 2 teaspoons beeswax (here)
- 3 teaspoons activated charcoal (here)
- 3 teaspoons clay (bentonite) (here)
- essential oils: 30 drops lavender, 15 drops tea tree
Before making the salve, it is important to infuse olive oil with comfrey, calendula and plantain.
Powder the herbs ( one teaspoon of each) and place in a small jar. Pour olive oil over the herbs and leave in jar for 3-4 weeks, shaking daily, and then strain through a cheesecloth for use.
- Combine oils and beeswax in a heat proof container.
- Set the container down in a saucepan with a few inches of water
- Leave on low/medium heat, until beeswax has melted.
- Remove from heat and add in essential oils, charcoal and clay.
- Pour into glass containers right away
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How does Black salve work, and how to use it?
Topically, black salve can be applied directly to areas of concern for rapid healing.
This salve is a great and effective natural remedy but it is not a replacement for medical care when needed.
Sources for this article include:
Ding Z, Tang SC, Weerasinghe P, et al. The alkaloid sanguinarine is effective against multidrug resistance in human cervical cells via bimodal cell death. Biochem Pharmacol 2002;63(8):1415-21.
Dzink JL, Socransky SS. Comparative in vitro activity of sanguinarine against oral microbial isolates. Antimicrob Agents Chemother 1985;27(4):663-5.
Do you have a recipe for this?
HI Kim! I will post one soon!
Hello Anya, where can I purchase the black slave please
HI Heather! You can purchase it on Amazon. I included the link in the article. Let me know if you have any questions.
What or where is good source to buy this?
Hi Gabriel! I included the link in the article. You can purchase it on amazon.
My experience with black salve was to place a flat portion on a plantar wart, then cover it with a bandage overnight. It can be removed and the wart will slough away after a short time because it has been killed that fast. I have been looking for a new source when I found it on this link from Living Traditionally.