Black Salve, Bloodroot Paste Recipes

Know that I am not giving medical advice. I’m sharing information. Do your own research, follow your own guidance system, and intelligence.

CANSEMA BLACK SALVE RECIPE #1

  • 1 tablespoon powdered bloodroot
  • 1 tablespoon polk root
  • 1 tablespoon zinc chloride
  • DMSO (5 drops per 4 ounces of salve)
  • One tablespoon Charcoal (optional)
  • Vitamin A, 10,000 IU (more vitamin A can be added up to 200,000 IU.
  • Pine tar (one teaspoon to one tablespoon)
  • Pascalite clay

Dissolve the zinc chloride in one to two tablespoons of warm distilled water. Use only enough water to dissolve. Set aside. (Be careful with this, do not get it directly on skin and keep locked from children), and do not breathe fumes.

Mix bloodroot, charcoal and polk root in a separate container with a little cooking oil, just enough to cover the herbs, mix well. Carefully add the zinc chloride and water mixture, stirring well. Gently heat the mixture in double boiler, stirring constantly for 30 minutes. 

Remove from heat, stir well, let cool, add DMSO.

Next, mix one teaspoon to one tablespoon at a time of the Mennonite clay to the bloodroot mixture until you have a smooth, thick paste that is easily spreadable. Do not put too much of the clay into the mixture or it will be lumpy. If the mixture is too thick, add a few drops of oil or water to thin. If too thin, add a small amount more of the clay. The clay is important in this recipe since it helps to draw out impurities from the skin. 

You will only need to apply this paste once. Apply to the cancer, cover with gauze and tape (band aids will not work), leave undisturbed for 12 hours. At the end of 12 hours, wash area with soap and water, and then clean with hydrogen peroxide. This can be applied every 2-3 days if you feel you need to, usually one application is all that is needed for very small cancers. The cancer will drop off by itself in one to five weeks. You may have pain, fever, stinging, intense itching or burning; this is normal. You can apply some chickweed salve to the area for the itching, but do not use anything else such as healing salves. Healing salves will heal up the area before it has time to kill the cancer.

BLOODROOT PASTE RECIPE

  • 25% Galangal root powder (3 tablespoons)
  • 25% Bloodroot powder (3 tablespoons)
  • 50% Zinc Chloride (6 tablespoons)

Set Zinc Chloride in a bowl (uncovered) to liquefy. Depending on heat and humidity, it may take 1 1/2 to 4 days. Then add the remaining herbs and stir thoroughly. It will be thin at first but will thicken up. TOPICAL USE Black Salve is not a gentle healer. In many reported cases, it is a relentless substance which hunts down and penetrates all abnormal tissue.

BASICS

Basically the salve contains 4 ingredients Bloodroot, Pine Tar, Zinc Chloride, and Clay. Always search for highest quality, purest ingredients, also try searches with the term “cosmetic grade”. Some recipes say you can use all-purpose flour in place of clay, but I don’t believe it’s a healthy alternative. Pascalite, or Bentonite clays have super-drawing abilities, unmatched by anything else.

It cannot be stressed enough that Black Salve is very potent. Do not assume that if a little works more will be better. Use the smallest doses possible and increase only if it truly seems necessary more will possibly extend the healing period much longer than necessary. Everyone is different, so proceed cautiously. This salve will cause a burning sensation if there is cancer present. Begin with a small amount of salve on ONE cancer and follow the directions. DO NOT OVER DO IT! Some people are able to remove several cancers at once. Others cannot. You will want to learn your own tolerance for this burning sensation, as well as how quickly your body is able to remove the toxins which will be released, so begin slowly. DO NOT LET A HARD SCAB FORM OVER THE AREA!!!

It’s said that Black Salve can be taken internally, for ridding the body of any pahtnogen (cancers, viruses, parasites, bacteria loads, yeast, etc). It is not usually condoned, but it is doable. Black Salve can also be delivered via douches and enemas, to cure colon cancers, uterine cancer, etc. Suggested one quart (distilled) water, to one dab of salve the size of a “dried pea”.

CAUTIONS: Bloodroot taken orally is usually less than one ml. Long term use or overdosage of Bloodroot may cause nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, diarrhea, visual changes, paralysis, fainting, and collapse. Take only under professional guidance, and do not exceed prescribed dosage. It induces vomiting in all but very small doses, and excessive doses are toxic. Because it has a very unpleasant and bitter taste, overdose is highly unlikely. Do not take during pregnancy, while breastfeeding, or if suffering from glaucoma.

GUMS & DENTAL HEALTH

In doing my own research, I’ve come across the use of Bloodroot for exceptional dental health. There are a good many products available online, such as mouthwash, toothpaste, sprays, and chewing gum. I haven’t tried any of them, so….I can’t say. For the frugal, I will say that all these products can be made at home, with a few basic ingredients.

I like THIS SITE (in general)…they sell homemade products, and have a lot of heart. They’re sold out of the bulk, dry, herbal mix for mouthwash…but check them out, and contact them to see if they’ll be making more. Cleansing or Surgery = support them.

Sanguinaria-Mint Mouthwash Recipe

This mouthwash is quick to prepare once you have assembled the ingredients. Ready to use in two weeks. Our family has proved its effectiveness in preventing plaque buildup. There are no harmful additives. The mint freshens breath. We add myrrh because it is wonderfully healing for mouth sores. It does taste somewhat bitter, but adding sweetener would defeat its purpose.

YIELD: One 30-ounce bottle (3-3/4 cups)

  • 3 Tablespoons dried Spearmint leaves
  • 1 Tablespoon Myrrh (pea size pieces)(optional)
  • 1/2 oz Sanguinaria root (Bloodroot) or 1 rounded Tablespoon root pieces, or powder
  • 1-1/2 cups of Vodka

Step 1

  1. Break up Sanguinaria root into small pieces (1/2 to 1 inch).
  2. Put all ingredients in a glass quart jar with a tight-fitting lid.
  3. Close lid tightly and shake vigorously.
  4. Label and date jar.
  5. Leave at room temperature for two weeks, shaking contents once a day.

Step 2

  1. After mouthwash has set for 2 weeks, strain into a quart measuring pitcher or wide-mouth jar. Strain through several layers of cheesecloth or an old, clean pillowcase.
  2. Wring and squeeze any remaining liquid into pitcher, being careful not to allow herb particles into the pitcher.
  3. Ten drops of mint oil extract may be added to mouthwash for a stronger mint flavor.
  4. Add 2-1/4 cups water to make 3-3/4 cups (30 ounces).

Using Mouthwash

Store mouthwash in glass bottle with tight-fitting lid. We use a wine bottle with a cork. Rinse mouth daily with 1 to 2 tablespoons of mouthwash, swirl in mouth for at least 1 minute, then spit out. Avoid eating or drinking for at least 30 minutes after mouthwashing.

Abscessed Teeth

If a tooth abscesses, hold mouthwash in the mouth for several minutes every hour throughout the day. We know of abscesses healing after three days using this method. Mouthwash also helps relieve the pain as the tooth heals.

WILDCRAFTING

I’m sure there are companies that cultivate Bloodroot. What I really want is somewhat fresh, WHOLE root, but haven’t been able to find it online. That’s not true. One company from the UK, and one here….both wanting around $100/lb! Bloodroot grows wild on the east coast, from Quebec to Florida. It’s a fairly lucrative medicinal plant that brings about $7 – $10/lb, so if you’re an avid outdoors person,…keep your eye out for it. Could turn a quick, pretty penny, placing it on ebay, I’m sure! If you farm or garden…consider planting some, and cultivating it for sale. There’s definitely already a market for Bloodroot to suppliers who manufacture health products, and I think it’s only going to become more popular in time. Think a nice income could be made just selling the root, whole and fresh, to people wanting to make their own homemade cures. Something to think about.

Very easy to recognize in the wild, and simple to harvest.

Government required DISCLAIMER: The contents of this post is for information purposes and should not be construed as medical advice.

WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING: BLACK SALVE CONTAINS HERBS THAT ARE LISTED AS POISONOUS BY THE FDA. IT ALSO CONTAINS ZINC CHLORIDE, WHICH IS VERY CAUSTIC. DO NOT GET IN YOUR EYES. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. IF ACCIDENTAL CONSUMPTION OCCURS, GIVE ACTIVATED CHARCOAL ORALLY IN POWDER FORM MIXED WITH WATER AND SLOWLY DRINK AS NEEDED. AVOID ANY POSSIBLE ACCIDENTS. USE EXTREME CAUTION!

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