|Posted on Sunday, May 04, 2003 - 05:33 pm: |
I have seen so many post wanting to know where you can order Black Salve in tablet form and no one has really been able to answer that question. Here is a web site where you can order both the salve and the tablet form
(removed link -- explanation below)
There is no zinc in this formula only Bloodroot, Galangal, Red Clover and Sheep Sorrel. Each tablet contains 300 Mgs. of "Black Salve", and 325 Mgs. of Calcium Phosphate
It shows you how to use it to treat cancer or just as a detox for your body. My mom is going to start it because she has lung cancer (which is in remission) and she had surgery to remove 3rd stage colon cancer which was a success so her usage of black salve is to hopefully by the grace of God, get rid of the lung cancer all together and to prevent any reoccurance of the colon cancer. I am going to take it as a detox because there is so much cancer in my family on both sides that I want to start early preventing it. I wish all of you the best and pray for each of you through your battle.
God bless you
|Posted on Thursday, May 08, 2003 - 11:18 pm: |
Another you could check out for detox and cancer is a book called, Why we are still dieng to know the Truth, by Philip Day.
It's a book on Vitamin B17, Apricot seeds the kernels inside the seed. I have read the book and find it ever so interesting. All my friends are now eating the seeds.
|Posted on Sunday, May 11, 2003 - 02:57 pm: |
As you can see, I removed the link. I did this for a number of reasons. First, there is a page on the main part of the site with sources for products. The listings are free, but the feedback must be consistently good to remain listed. Trust me, a lot of links have been removed over the years!
Second, this is a private web site, not a public forum. If I post a link to another site (and there are many), it is because I am comfortable about the product supplied.
Third, I made a decision some time back to distribute my own products through practitioners because I felt that ultimately this worked in the best interests of patients. I wrestled with this decision for a long time because while I honor the independence, determination, and resourcefulness of patients, there are factors patients may or may not take into account when managing their own treatment.
Again, no one wears my mocassins. It's a roller coaster ride. For every email with a happy report, there is another with a tragic tale. I don't want to rain on anyone's parade but I also do not want to put myself in the position of endorsing what might not be an adequate approach. I am extremely generous with my time: both in supporting free information online as well as conferring with practitioners.
I know that money is a constraining factor, but I also know that people have to make a commitment to health and healing. It's a delicate dance for everyone, for patients as well as practitioners. I would like to believe that everyone would read a number of books before commencing, but I also know that some people with walk into a health foods store and buy some tea for $4.50 and think they have purchased the cure. In a rare instance here and there, this may work, but I suspect that faith played an important part in the recovery because the same tea doesn't produce the same results for everyone. This said, I am never suggesting that someone not take the tea, merely that they consider getting some help from someone who has already walked the path so they make safer decision.
Finally, I am very aware that in the course of seeking a cure, patients read all sorts of things and network with many others. There is a second bulletin board on this site for patients who want to share discoveries with each other. This is a place where you can discuss your research, including book reviews, products and diets you have tried, successes and failures, assessments, etc. I don't monitor that board very often. I leave it for patients who want to talk with each other.
On this board, I exercise some perogatives as moderator, hopefully in the interest of safety.
|Posted on Tuesday, December 23, 2003 - 06:33 pm: |
"Dog with cancer in the mouth"... I am looking for someone that has had experience with cancer in the mouth and the use of black salve.... Any help would be so appreciated! I have had my dog on the salve internally for about 8 weeks now, and am not seeing the changes in the tumor that I think should be happening... I need to known if I am not giving enough or possibley changing something I am doing.... Please, Please help... Rae
|Posted on Saturday, December 27, 2003 - 12:07 am: |
It is hard to say how to manage these cases, but I am receiving a lot of similar inquiries about both people and animals. I would use something inside the mouth, but not black salve. Read some of the other posts to this site because several people have had ideas.
|Posted on Sunday, January 25, 2004 - 08:48 pm: |
my friend was diagnosed with 3rd stage prostate cancer. He refused the surgery offered and tryed herbs and black salve. At first he rolled the black salve up in small balls and swolled them. Then he received the pills and took them. He used Saw pallmetto and other herb teas and juices. In three months his cancer was gone. He took the PSA test along with a CT scan. It is going on a year now. He has been recheck and is still okay. He still continues to take all the above herbs and salve pills, with calcium, etc.