|Posted on Monday, May 14, 2001 - 04:15 pm: |
Do you have a list of prctioners to consult before using the Black Salves? I live in Southern California and can't get any of the local dermatologist to even consider monitoring my BCC's which are on my face. Your advice or recomendations will be appreciated.
|Posted on Monday, May 14, 2001 - 07:29 pm: |
Where in Southern California?
|Posted on Monday, May 14, 2001 - 11:38 pm: |
Just South of Northern California......I live in the San Gabriel Valley in a city called Covina @ 10 miles east of Los Angeles. Some larger cities that are near me are Pomona and Pasadena
|Posted on Tuesday, May 15, 2001 - 11:09 pm: |
I am going to have to scratch my head. There are a number of practitioners in Santa Monica and San Diego using the black salves, but none that I can think of closer to you. Still, it may even be worth a trip to Tijuana if you are strongly enough motivated?
|Posted on Monday, September 17, 2001 - 11:52 am: |
do u know any pratitioners in Boca raton Fl. or ft'Laud or Palm Beach area(even Miami at last) south florida really=if u even want to visit u r welcome to stay here=i think what u r doing is wonderful!!!
|Posted on Wednesday, September 19, 2001 - 02:32 am: |
Thank you, Gail!
There is someone in Naples who often helps out people. Please contact me privately.
|Posted on Monday, October 15, 2001 - 02:42 pm: |
Do you know of any practitioners in western Massachusetts? I am also near to Boston, New York City and Albany, NY or Connecticut or Vermont. Thank you.
|Posted on Wednesday, October 17, 2001 - 11:20 pm: |
I refer most people to Judith in Toronto.
|Posted on Monday, October 29, 2001 - 04:12 pm: |
Is there someone who can monitor the use of black salve for liver cancer in the Richmond/Norfolk/DC area? Thanks.
|Posted on Thursday, November 01, 2001 - 02:16 am: |
Yes, quite a few people. Ask at Capital University of Integrative Medicine where a number of faculty as well as students (most of them allopathic doctors) have taken seminars and used the method on patients.
|Posted on Wednesday, November 07, 2001 - 10:28 am: |
I need the email address and phone number for Judith in Toronto, Ontario.
|Posted on Thursday, November 08, 2001 - 11:42 pm: |
|Posted on Saturday, November 10, 2001 - 04:04 pm: |
P.S. Judith asked me to suggest that those contacting her read the book first and study the material on the web so that the questions are more focused and reduced to a manageable list. She said that some people have truly long lists of questions.
This said, I would also like to encourage people to make better use of this bulletin board as well as the one on http://www.cancerchecklist.com (which is also my site.)
For example, some people have questions about the compatibility of herbal and conventional protocols, about certain diets or specific foods, pain relief, nausea, hair loss, side effects of radiation, weight loss, coffee enemas, parasites, etc., etc., etc.
Some of the questions are similar to those asked by others. For instance, one man recently wrote me about a dozen emails, but there was nothing in any of them that was personal and the answers benefit lots more people when the questions are shared.
I respond to questions. For instance, a good question may result in a long post to the bulletin board or a whole page on the web addressing just that issue. I'm a little less likely to write something if no one prods me.
Finally, I'd like to remind everyone that there are three more bulletin boards. There is one on http://www.kitchendoctor.com that is more focused on diet and digestion and specific complications such as mercury toxicity and dental infections, parasites, gall bladder problems, and eliminatory issues.
There is one more board on this site where patients (no practitioners allowed) can discuss their healing issues privately. Then, there is a board on cancersalves.net for practitioners where they can discuss their side of the issues privately.
So, while appointments serve many wonderful purposes and often help people through terrific challenges, the bulletin boards are free and, at this juncture, quite underutilized.
|Posted on Saturday, December 08, 2001 - 01:28 am: |
Could you possibly give me a referral to a knowlegeable cancer salve herbalist or practitioner in the San Francisco or Marin or Sonoma county area. We are going to start treating our dog who has a mast cell tunor and would like to be intouch with someone who has seen this process before. thank you.
|Posted on Sunday, December 09, 2001 - 12:50 am: |
Please contact me privately since I don't post referrals on the web.
|Posted on Friday, February 01, 2002 - 10:14 pm: |
dear ingrid,thank you .cannot afford mexico.spoke with them today. i live in new york.need to do something right away.how do i contact you privately?HAVE NOT GOTTEN YOUR BOOK YET.COULDN'T FIND IT HERE.
|Posted on Saturday, February 02, 2002 - 12:48 am: |
Use the form to direct emails to me:
|Posted on Tuesday, March 05, 2002 - 03:20 pm: |
I'm not sure that you received my last message and wasn't sure what your correct e-mail address was. I'm the one who asked about bloodroot in regards to my mother's arm here in Orlando area. You mentioned you knew someone in Naples area who could perhaps give an opinion on what should be her next course of action as things seem to be status quo at this point. Would you recommend adding zinc chloride to a bloodroot salve to make more potent as we are not sure what the actual concenctration of the bloodroot is in this product that she is using.
|Posted on Tuesday, March 05, 2002 - 10:09 pm: |
I sent you an email privately (and removed your contact information because our policy is not to post this publicly.)
If you study the formulas and instructions for the formulas in the appendix of my book, you will see that the percentage of zinc chloride varies from a low of 2% (with the earlier stage of Pattison) to almost full strength zinc chloride with some users. Everything in between is also there. The majority of the bloodroot pastes sold today contain around 50% zinc chloride. This is much more than some people need and less than sufficient for some conditions. This is why I suggest reading the book and acquiring the information needed BEFORE plunging into what can be an exciting and rewarding process or a miserable one.
I think I'll go one step further. I am so convinced of the need for my book that I even have some marked all the way down to $2.50. These have all the information but the covers were ripped off.
|Posted on Saturday, November 09, 2002 - 10:09 pm: |
PLEASE SEND ME NAME OF NATUROPATH FOR PATIENT WHO
HAS BEEN BLEEDING FOR 1 YEAR DUE TO OVARIAN CANCER; VERY WEAK & ATTEMPTED BLK SALVE BUT QUIT AFTER 1 MONTH DUE TO DEPTH OF TUMOR & APPLIED ABOVE HERNIA; DID NOT SEEM TO PENETRATE. I DON'T KNOW WHO TO SEE WHO WOULD SUPERVISE FEMALE USE OF SUPPOSITORIES OR OTHER. PATIENT WAS USING THE INGREDIENTS SUGGESTED IN YOUR RECIPE FOR SUPPOSITORIES & DOUCHE BUT QUIT. PLEASE HELP! BLOOD CLOTS FORMED & A SCREEN WAS PLACED ON ONE LEG BY DR. & NOW BACK TO NORMAL BUT VERY WEAK. SANTA FE IS YOUR HOME BUT I DON'T KNOW HOW TO REACH YOU. LEFT BOOK IN ALBUQ.
|Posted on Monday, November 11, 2002 - 12:36 pm: |
Please use the inquiry form on:
The email hyperlink on posts to this board are not active. For the record, I have not lived in Santa Fe for the last two years.
|Posted on Saturday, November 20, 2004 - 04:09 pm: |
I've just devoured your book in a 24-hour time period, and am very intrigued with, impressed with and grateful for your work
After reviewing the book and website, I have 2 main questions. Other than your comments about using the Red Sun Balm on your own undiagnosed lump, do you have any additional thoughts on using the escharotic salves on non-cancerous lumps like lipomas?
I have a lipoma on my low back, close to the skin, maybe 0.5 inch in diameter. Lipomas run in my family, but beyond that I am unsure of what lifestyle or systemic issues may be at work. Regardless, I am certainly attending to internal cleansing issues. A chiropractor recommended that I have the lipomas surgically removed, which obviously, I don't want to do. Do you think an escharotic is the right tool for this job, or stronger and more painful than necessary?
My second question is can you refer me to anyone in the Phoenix, Arizona area? Private referral information can be sent to me at email@example.com
Thank you very much for your assistance.
|Posted on Sunday, January 09, 2005 - 01:03 pm: |
I don't know if the escharotic will work on lipomas. I cannot think of a reason that they would. Lipomas disappear when exposed to emulsifying herbs and foods. Some people get good results when using Stone Free, an herbal tablet intending for use with gall stones, but it seems to dissolve other conditions as well. Let's see how you do with the Red Sun Balm.
You might also change the oils in your diet to ones that metabolize better, like Safflower. Most people are not using good quality cooking oils. Though you can sometimes find a decent olive oil in a supermarket, you rarely find Barleans or Omega oils and these are the best in this country.