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Bloodroot pastes, black salves, Indian mud, Compound X, and such products are fully described in the book, Cancer Salves: A Botanical Approach to Treatment. No one should consider using these products without first reading the book. Sources for purchasing such products can be found on a special page of this site that lists contact information of some producers.

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rose
Posted on Sunday, July 15, 2001 - 08:20 pm:   

what does taking black salve in tablet form internally do? I am presently dealing with small cell lung cancer and I want to know what to look for.ie.,side affects, proper response...
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Ingrid
Posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2001 - 12:50 am:   

I don't recommend taking anything containing zinc chloride internally. Please read the book for more information on this. If the tablets do not contain zinc chloride, that is another matter.
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vicki
Posted on Thursday, July 26, 2001 - 06:38 pm:   

what is black salve? What does it contain? ingredients?
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Ingrid
Posted on Saturday, July 28, 2001 - 01:36 pm:   

The basic salve contains bloodroot and zinc chloride. After this, every producer has his or her own variation. My book contains a number of recipes.
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CHERYL
Posted on Thursday, August 23, 2001 - 01:20 am:   

HELLO AGAIN!INGRID I WAS WONDERING ABOUT THE INSTUCTIONS FOR THE BLACK-SALVES.I DO NOT HAVE INSUCTIONS.PLEASE E-MAIL ME.
xox YOURS IN UNITY CHERYL
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Ingrid
Posted on Friday, August 24, 2001 - 03:11 am:   

Cheryl,

My books describes many different methodologies used by various practitioners and lay persons over the last few centuries. Since I do not believe that anyone should use this method without fully understanding the ramifications, I have declined to offer either the recipe or instructions over the Internet.

Treating cancer oneself can obviously result in satisfaction; but it can be a disaster. I strongly urge everyone interested in the salves to read the book, not because it will make me rich but because it will spare a lot of heartache.

The method is sound. If I had cancer, I would use it; but I have spent almost 12 years investigating the method and could therefore be expected to avoid some of the mistakes easily made by the uninitiated. Please read the book!!

I even have some tattered copies that I can sell for $5, but don't skip proper preparations.
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anivoc
Posted on Friday, August 24, 2001 - 07:31 pm:   

Ingrid,
I know you are sincere and I realize that you need to pay for this site and make a living. How about offering the book electronically for whatever you actually make off the paper version.I assume $2-$5 This would be a fast and quality way of truly helping but still getting rewarded for your hard work in compiling the information. This seems to make sense unless legally you can't because of agreements with your books publisher.
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Ingrid
Posted on Saturday, August 25, 2001 - 01:32 am:   

Obviously, I have thought about this, but I had the great good fortune to spend some time with someone who specialized in memory and cognition research. Retention of material seen on screen is 15% of what it is when reading hard copy. This is because the brain begins to synchronize with the refresh rate of the screen, a rate determined by Edison not to be visible to the eyes. It is, however, noticed by the brain.

The book is a textbook. Besides the fascinating history and descriptions of technique, there are detailed instructions, recipes, pros and cons, etc. I honestly do not think that $27.50 is too much for the book, but if you go to the online store, you will find books at a discount.

It's really important to me that people who decide to take charge of their own cancer treatment understand what they are doing. This is why I have not published the recipes or instructions on the web. I think it's totally irresponsible.

Black salves are very aggressive products. They need to be used wisely and with full understanding of the process. Every day, I get mail from people who thought they knew more than their doctors and began self-treatment only to realize 4-5 years later that they didn't know what they were doing.

So, while I fully believe in the efficacy of this treatment, I stand by my position that to succeed, one ought to be prepared.
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Anivoc
Posted on Saturday, August 25, 2001 - 07:05 pm:   

Well actually In the big picture $27 is nothing in comparrison to seeing a doctor one time.However the idea or concept that reading from a video screen as opposed to paper decreases the retention rate is HIGHLY questionable if not absolute nonsense. I wonder what all the students, proffessor's and colleges participating in online schooling would have to say about your friends theory. Assuming it's true, if this is what is holding you back from offering a less expensive "E-book" just recommend that the people print out the book . Every single fact, picture and bit of information is easily printed out and thus "Retainable". Epistemology "the study of the origin and validity of Knowledge" All synchronizing with the refresh rate does is allow us to view the screen without seeing the lines thus appearing jittery, we still read all the text the same.
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Ingrid
Posted on Saturday, August 25, 2001 - 09:43 pm:   

Yes, well, the theory is not questionable, but I haven't got what it takes to set up an e-book thing right now. There are other priorities, like developing products for people suffering from recurrences and preventing scar tissue from forming.

As the brain synchronizes with the refresh rate, the eyes move down the screen but miss a great deal of material. The studies were impeccable. They used identical formatting but one version on hard copy and the other on screen.
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Kathy
Posted on Sunday, August 26, 2001 - 06:22 am:   

How can I buy a used copy of Cancer Salves? I don't use my credit card online.
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Ingrid
Posted on Monday, August 27, 2001 - 02:56 am:   

You can fax 1-888-FAX-HEAL with your credit card and address and state the price you are willing to pay. The books are not "used." What happens in the book publishing industry is that big distributors can return books for a full refund even if they are severely damaged. The damage can be do to rough handling, machines dragging over them, things spilled on them, etc., etc. I have books in varying degrees of damage ranging in price from $5 to $22. The $5 ones are really pathetic looking.

Even if you send your credit card info by fax, the card will be processed online. Basically, even when you swipe a card in the supermarket, it uses the telephone line to transmit information so if you are really afraid of this, use the post office!

The specials are listed near the bottom of the left sidebar in the online store.
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gail ginobbi
Posted on Monday, September 17, 2001 - 11:39 am:   

i have a red cancerous sore a bit smaller than a quarter=it is bright red w/ a rim irregular circle=biopsied as baso=squamous cell carcinoma=it is in my groin area in my pubic hair(no hair on the sore)= it is near the crease in my leg and touches the thigh=i have been told the salve can not be used in THAT area ===do u think it can? and if not why not? thanx Ingrid
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stephanie
Posted on Monday, September 17, 2001 - 02:26 pm:   

My name is Stephanie,started using the blk salve,am pleased with results, am waiting for my second shipment,concerned with infection,or the results of starting over when it comes inthe mail.
my site is circular-large on my right thigh,just left of the knee,has a crater,and a hole inside the crater.im wanting to know if there is something i can put on the site until the salve arrives? If i must start over, is this harmful?
Is there anyway to check on my order? Thank You.
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Ingrid
Posted on Wednesday, September 19, 2001 - 02:30 am:   

Stephanie,

Please check your records to see where you bought the salve. We do not sell it.

The main danger associated with disruption of the process is that the area will close, often with scar tissue, and trap malignant tissue under the scar tissue. In this case, not only would the treatment be incomplete but reopening the site would be challenging because penetration is inhibited by scar tissue.

However, if you can put some turmeric and goldenseal, mixed in a little bit of olive oil, on the area until the shipment you ordered arrives, this might prevent complications.

Best wishes,

Ingrid
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gail ginobbi
Posted on Thursday, September 20, 2001 - 01:02 am:   

no one answered my question!!!g ginobbi
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Ingrid
Posted on Wednesday, October 03, 2001 - 03:01 am:   

I'm sorry. The world situation has been distracting. The salve can be used, but you would need to consider carefully how an aggressive method would be in a sensitive area and whether you would be able to keep the area clean enough to prevent infection.

You would also have to think very carefully about bandaging and whether with movement you could keep the bandage in place. You would also need to think of some days of immobilization so that when the eschar is detaching, motion does not cause bleeding.

These are a lot of considerations and you would have to weigh them against whatever other options there are. You might also factor in the possibility that there is infectious material in the vicinity of the growth and that the salve could cause a reaction in a far wider area than where it is applied.

This said, I know one man who decided to put the salve on his organ. There was an infection and he did not want his wife to be going through a process he didn't understand so he did this and was no worse for the deed. I thought he was being quite ridiculous, but he actually enjoyed feeling more affinity for her process . . . so to each his own?

I would propose some sort of systemic detoxification so that the reaction is more confined to the actual site and size of the growth.

Again, my apology for the delayed response. Please let us know how you decide to handle this and how it works out.

Good luck and blessings,

Ingrid
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Bob
Posted on Wednesday, October 17, 2001 - 12:52 am:   

My wife has stomach cancer that has spread to her liver and pansreas. Will black salve tablets help in anyway or should we be looking at something else.


Thanks Bob
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Ingrid
Posted on Wednesday, October 17, 2001 - 11:19 pm:   

Every case is so individualistic. Just knowing the diagnosis is never enough to help know what the outcome of a treatment will be. This said, I have never known the tablets to hurt anyone, and they helped many.

Good luck and best wishes,
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Ric Stoll
Posted on Thursday, November 01, 2001 - 01:14 am:   

I have a friend who has a tumor wrapped around his brain stem. Would black salve be helpful for this ailment?

Thanks. Ric
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Ingrid
Posted on Thursday, November 01, 2001 - 02:14 am:   

Oh, gosh! Maybe. I know those who have tried. I would hope that the method chosen and the product used would be skillfully administered.

You might also consider one of the products that is taken internally. Call 970-736-8440 and ask if the product might be appropriate. This is a situation in which lack of experience does not translate as "not worth the effort" but rather "data lacking."

Please let us know how this challenging situation is handled.
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Mona
Posted on Wednesday, November 14, 2001 - 02:44 pm:   

They have just found a tumor in my mom's right eye and say it is a chroidal melanoma. They think it is possible came from cancer somewhere else in her body. They are doing all the testing to find out. She ordered a 1 oz. jar of black salve from a catalogue about 2 years ago just to have on hand "in case". It was ordered from a Jeff Alan Catalog, but I cannot find him anywhere. Anyway, she has wanted to try the black salve, but has been afraid to do it in the wrong way. She was concerned about it being in her eye and she read about the swelling that can occur from the salve and how dangerous this would be. Could you help me please! I am so worried about my mom. Is your book available in any bookstores? If so, I would run out and get one right now! Thank you so much!
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Ingrid
Posted on Thursday, November 15, 2001 - 03:07 am:   

Oh, gosh! Mona, I am really sorry about this.

Personally, I cannot imagine putting the black salve onto the eye. Many people are taking the salve internally. I am currently working with a team of people to produce a variety of these types of products, but they already have one that they have been using for years. This is a more logical approach given that the melanoma could have started elsewhere.

I nearly always recommend supporting the black salve treatment with one of the tonics, probably the Trifolium in your mother's case.

Also, there are two other approaches to consider. Interestingly, many of the herbs used in salves were better known as herbs for the eyes, including goldenseal. Dr. Christopher made an eyewash of goldenseal, cayenne, and eyebright. It has to be filtered very well to keep grit from getting into the eyes; it does not hurt despite what you might think.

More recently, I began using St. Lucia Eye Drops. These are absolutely painless but a bit expensive by herbal standards. I think it is because of the need for extreme sterility, $55 for half an ounce is like gold. These drops not only clean the eyes but resolve many underlying conditions, this over a period of time, but there is astonishing evidence every morning because there is profuse discharge of crystalline substances.

I wish I could say I had a lot of experience with these sorts of issues, but I only know what others have tried and what I might myself do if the shoe were on my foot.

God bless and good luck.
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Ingrid
Posted on Thursday, November 15, 2001 - 03:08 am:   

P.S. We sell the eye drops, but they are not discussed anywhere on the site and are not in the store, too busy making something for bioterrorism!
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Rod V
Posted on Thursday, November 29, 2001 - 02:39 am:   

My father has a tumor around his spine. It's the size of a tenis ball. His back sticks out where the tumor is so we know where the tumor is. He has had this tumor removed 2 times buy surgery but it keeps coming back He can hardly walk and is only 57 years old. The type of tumor is aggressive osteoblastoma. Is it dangerous to put blake salve near the spine. And could it work for this kind of tumor. He also has rods attached to his spine because he has had some bone removed.

Thanks
Rod
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Ingrid
Posted on Friday, November 30, 2001 - 10:05 pm:   

Rod,

Before I read about the rods, I was going to say that the salves would be worth a try. The zinc chloride reacts with metal in somewhat the same way as hydrochloric acid so a conventional black salve may not be an option. This said, a salve could be made without the zinc chloride. Given that he has tried surgery and that surgery is very difficult in such areas, a salve is certainly worth considering.
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Rod
Posted on Friday, November 30, 2001 - 11:41 pm:   

Thanks Ingrid for your quick reply we have been waiting for 5 weeks to have advise on this matter. We have just received the Can-x product and we were going to try it Sunday morning. Does this product have zinc chloride? The rods he has are call Harrington rods and they are made of titanium. Will the titanium react to the zinc chloride? If so, where can I purchace a product without the zinc chloride? We are not getting any answers from the surgens here and they don't think they can operate until Feb. We have been waiting now for 6 weeks for some dates for surgery. We will try anything. And we have tried many things with no results.
Thank you Thank you Thank You God Bless!!!!
Rod
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Ingrid
Posted on Monday, December 03, 2001 - 03:35 am:   

Rod,

I obviously thrive on challenges or I would have written a book on parakeets instead of cancer, but some challenges are greater than others.

Bloodroot is an escharotic in its own right so you really do not need the zinc chloride unless there is an urgency and need for very fast action. I don't know whether Can-X would react with titanium rods. I would doubt that the metals are pure; this would be almost unheard of in our world. My guess is that there would be a reaction, and the reaction wouldn't be pleasant for anyone. I doubt the zinc chloride would make the rods fizzle, but it would probably etch them and leech titanium into the surrounding tissue. It could also produce burning heat sensations. I'm guessing; I don't know.

Your options would be poke root, bloodroot, goldenseal, or perhaps a combination of these with other herbs. My guess is that the treatment would be just as effective, less painful, and less risky.
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Beverly
Posted on Monday, December 10, 2001 - 07:00 pm:   

My mother has colon cancer and has just gone through 5 weeks of radiation. She really wants to avoid surgery at all costs, if possible, because the surgery they want to do will leave her with a permament colostomy. She is considering using black salve, but unsure if it has ever been used on colon cancer, how you would use it if it has been done, and if there were any positive results from using it? Thanks!
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Ingrid
Posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2001 - 12:26 am:   

Some people have taken the black salve or compound X internally in very small amounts, very, very small amounts. They also use enemas of the black salve or other herbal combinations. Several people have also told me that they went onto diets of mega amounts of yoghurt and were completely cured. This diet is discussed elsewhere on this site. Just use the search function or click on:

http://www.cancersalves.com/articles/protocols.html
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Susie
Posted on Monday, December 31, 2001 - 01:10 pm:   

Dec. 31,2001
My girlfriend has had a recurrance of breast cancer after a mastectomy and "total remission" 14 years ago. Now the cancer has erupted throughout her body and bones. She has been fighting it with natural approaches and immune boosters only and, though weak, is not getting worse in the year since her diagnosis. I found a healer here in Colorado who makes his own black salve and my friend and I bought it (it does contain zinc chloride). Then I found your site/book and will pass this info onto my friend. The healer prescribed taking the salve internally in very minute (pin-head sized amounts diluted w/ water for seven days on/ two days off for 21 days. He also prescribed a meat and dairy free diet with lots of supplements). Do you agree with this prescription? Also, I was going to take the salve in the same manner in order to cleanse my body and support my friend. After reading the info on your site I now wonder whether using the salve, even in homeopathic amounts, is wise for a healthy person. Please advise. And thank you so very much for your devoted work.
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Ingrid
Posted on Tuesday, January 01, 2002 - 02:17 am:   

This sounds like a product supplied by someone known to me. It appears to be safe in modest amounts and the clinical trial results that have been reported to me privately suggest that it is extremely effective with infections, even HIV; but without knowing where you bought it, I can't really say more except that were the shoe on my foot, I'd probably take more than this.

I wish you and your friend the best. Happy New Year!
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Susie
Posted on Monday, January 07, 2002 - 10:52 am:   

I bought it from Cal R. Do you know him? He seems to be VERY responsible/spiritual with his preparation of the salve. He did say to work up to a match-head amount per dose. I take it from your answer that internal use in this quantity will not be harmful for a healthy person and could even help with cleaning out the system? And that for the breast cancer treatment, even a bit more would be okay? Thanks
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Ingrid
Posted on Monday, January 07, 2002 - 10:07 pm:   

Yes, I know this product. I would suggest that your girlfriend follow the instructions and then see what happens. What is there to lose? One can always take and do more, but why not use what what is in hand?
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Judie
Posted on Friday, January 25, 2002 - 05:13 pm:   

I am on my third dose of black salve over a period of 2 months on a spot on my neck. The first two times, a small grey lump came out. I thought that was all that was necessary, but I began to feel a growth type mass under the spot AFTER I completed doing it twice. Now I am doing my third treatment, and again, it looks awful. My book says not to treat more than three times. Do you agree, and how can I get your book? Judie
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Ingrid
Posted on Friday, January 25, 2002 - 08:32 pm:   

Judie,

You can order my book online. Basically, my opinion is that one must continue until all malignancy is removed.

Good luck,

Ingrid
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felicity
Posted on Friday, February 01, 2002 - 01:37 pm:   

Hi. My mother has a stage 4 breast cancer (classified so because there may still be some spots in the lung). She has been told it is inoperable, but is taking an aromatase inhibitor that appears to be shrinking her tumour to an operable state. She is also about to follow an herbal diet and food diet prescribed by an alternaive doctor who has had much success with advanced cases of cancer. He feels that he will be able through his therapy to get her in a state in which she can be operated on, but seems to think the black salve is not going to be an option because the tumour is too close to the chest (a large mass is below her left shoulder and not actually in the breast at all). Can you shed any light on this?
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felicity
Posted on Friday, February 01, 2002 - 01:40 pm:   

Thanks regarding above to anybody who can share some information! Felicity
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Ingrid
Posted on Saturday, February 02, 2002 - 12:52 am:   

Felicity,

Actually, it is possible to use the salve on a tumor that is close to the chest wall. If the tumor were close and the metastasis to the lungs had not yet occurred, there would be cogent arguments for surgery to avoid allowing the tumor time to break through the chest wall. However, since this has already occurred, both internal remedies and external applications are worth a try, and some people have, in fact, expelled lung tumors using one or the other method.

Please feel free to ask the doctor to contact me if he is interested in discussing this.
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lance
Posted on Wednesday, February 20, 2002 - 12:53 pm:   

Where can i buy indian mud or black salve from? Please send information.
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Ingrid
Posted on Thursday, February 21, 2002 - 01:11 pm:   

http://www.cancersalves.com/sources.html has a list of persons selling such products but do not start without reading my book first. Read the other posts on this board to see how sorry people are that they started treating themselves without adequate understanding of the process.

The process works, but you need to know what you are getting into and how to manage the issues that arise.
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GLORIA
Posted on Friday, March 01, 2002 - 12:06 pm:   

HI MY AUNT HAS BREAST CANCER THAT TURNED INTO METATISIS BONE CANCER.....SHE IS IN SO MUCH PAIN..
WOULD BLACK SALVE HELP HER...EVEN IF AT LEAST FOR THE PAIN....PLEASE EMAIL ME AND LET ME KNOW
@ BLANKYMOM07@AOL.COM
THANK YOU
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Ingrid
Posted on Saturday, March 02, 2002 - 03:19 pm:   

The black salve might help with the cancer but the treatment itself is painful so unless she were using it for the purpose of healing, it would merely add to her suffering. The only reason to use the salve would be if the goal were to heal completely.
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raisene
Posted on Monday, March 04, 2002 - 02:21 pm:   

Hi

I have tried the black salve tablet and just using 2 tablets a day has really sent me into a detox. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2000 and have done no conventional medicine. My main course of action has been to change my diet, do juicing with greens, and various products that will help me detox. I find the black salve to be very strong, so I have decided to slow the process down greatly using the tablets to just one a day.
My results with the detoxing has been to take the tumor from a 8c x 8c and very deep to the size of my fist (the fingers part) I can now get behind the tumor so I know where it ends. As a first course of action I would NOT recommend the black salve because most people are sick enough to start with. I got a lot of my info from (another web site.) I think whoever runs it needs to add somemore info.

Good Luck
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Ingrid
Posted on Tuesday, March 05, 2002 - 10:01 pm:   

Die off is very toxic so there are always cogent arguments in favor of surgery when a tumor is large. If one thinks of chemotherapy as some kind of heal on earth, one has to realize that the black salves are maybe purgatory, a notch above hell perhaps, but not much more comfortable.

I am being a little facetious. Obviously, many people owe their lives to these products. I'm sure some people owe their lives to surgery and some to bloodroot, but either one is a major undertaking.

Death is also a pretty big venture, one-way ticket off this Planet for some and maybe not for all? Who knows, but when there is nothing wrong, the treatment is always very simple! I recently took about 8 oz. of bloodroot, internally. I was curious, experimenting with new ideas. I'm always looking for something better. I had nothing resembling a toxic reaction. I seem to be on very good terms with bloodroot. In other words, it's more or less harmless unless there is a problem. If there is a "condition," bloodroot tends to stir it up big time . . . which is why detoxification PRIOR to use of bloodroot, internally or externally, is so much easier, safer, and simpler IF there is time. If there is no time, the option of an easy treatment may not be there either.

Please note: I have removed your reference to the other web site because it is my policy not to post remarks that might be construed as either prejudicial or promoting.

I wish you great success and keep us posted.
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audrey
Posted on Friday, March 15, 2002 - 12:47 pm:   

Hi Ingrid,
I have a skin condition known as carbunicles (several boils that cluster together that form several white heads). The only treatment offered to me by doctors is to initially lance the boil.......Oh what a joy that is!!! and once the swelling is down they can surgically remove it...Even more fun!
My mother had the same problem when she was younger and used black salve on them to drain them and they didn't seem to return. I have tried to find the "Real Thing" online without eval. Do you recomend Black Salve be used for this kind of problem?? And if so, do I need to read your book to understand how the product works? Please Help! Thank you, Audrey
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Ingrid
Posted on Friday, March 15, 2002 - 07:49 pm:   

Audrey,

I don't know. It's interesting that your mother used the salve for this. Half of my answer is that "Yes, you should read the book if you are going to use the black salve." As for authentic sources, we list them on:

http://www.cancersalves.com/sources.html

You can email: Metprods@aol.com

We have never had a complaint about their product. This said, if you hadn't told me that your mother used the black salve, I might have suggested Red Sun Balm, a cayenne salve, perhaps used in combination with homeopathic silica (nicknamed "the lance.")

Let us know what you decide to do and how it works.

Good luck,
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Anonymous
Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2002 - 06:10 pm:   

Dear Ingrid,
I have had an abnomal pap test. Its a possible case of condyloma virus, my doctor said for me to wait 4 to 6 months and then have another test.I would rather not wait that long to start doing something to help my situation. I heard black salve is good for this. What is your opinion
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Ingrid
Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2002 - 11:22 pm:   

I think the black salve would be overly aggressive. You might try an immune booster and some vaginal suppositories, either chlorophyll or the Christopher bolus, but perhaps adapted to have more immune enhancing effects. The black salve is, in fact, intensely antiviral, but it is aggressive and could be painful if used vaginally. However, a very low dose taken orally is a possibility also, but be sure to order one that is recommended for oral use (or contact me privately for a referral.)
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Lynnda
Posted on Thursday, April 18, 2002 - 07:02 pm:   

Hi Ingrid--

Every time I visit your site I feel I'm visiting something that really matters, both informationally and spiritually. I've asked my own questions and had my own experiences with cancer salves which have been nothing compared to most of these folks. This is important what you're doing and I give you a lot credit. I get an education every time I visit. Thanks.

Lynnda
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Ingrid
Posted on Thursday, April 18, 2002 - 08:32 pm:   

Many thanks! I try hard!

God bless,

Ingrid
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Nina
Posted on Wednesday, May 01, 2002 - 11:38 pm:   

I've been trying to find a source for the zinc chloride. I just read one of your posts where you said it was not necessary to the formula. If not, then what would you replace it with to, I assume, hold the herbs together?
Thanks for your help.
Nina
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Ingrid
Posted on Thursday, May 02, 2002 - 10:24 am:   

Please go into the main part of this site and read the section on the pastes or buy the book which has over 100 recipes/formulas. It would be really silly to think you could make a cancer formula without at least this much preparation.

http://www.cancersalves.com/book.html
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E.Neto
Posted on Friday, May 03, 2002 - 11:39 am:   

Hi Ingrid,

My girlfriend has a small external genital wart (HPV).
Do you recommend Black Salve be used for this kind of problem?
E.Neto
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Ingrid
Posted on Friday, May 03, 2002 - 04:44 pm:   

Not unless she is prepared for hysterical pain and a nearly impossible to manage situation. People need to realize that the black salve is painful in the easiest of places. It causes an eschar, something like a scab, to form that leaves a hole when it falls out. It has to be disinfected or a real problem will occur.

Try the chlorophyll that I described elsewhere. It comes in a liquid form that can be dabbed onthe lesions. Use this with an immune booster and see what happens. We carry these things in our online store.

http://www7.safire.com/store/merchant.mv?
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Lisa
Posted on Wednesday, July 17, 2002 - 11:52 am:   

Wow this is a great site. I just heard about "black salve" a few weeks ago. A friend had used it on himself and had results very much like you describe. I sent this site to him in hopes he will educate himself better. I have also sent this to another friend who has cancer in hopes of helping him. Thank you again and I am looking forward to reading your book.
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Ingrid
Posted on Wednesday, July 17, 2002 - 01:14 pm:   

Thank you!
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Elden
Posted on Monday, September 09, 2002 - 06:43 pm:   

I have two questions:
1. I have used a black salve on several basal cell skin cancers with success. I had a cancer on my nose and used it there. It worked very different on nose tissue (I am speaking of the bottom third of the nose, which is different than the top two thirds). Since the nose is a common site for such cancers, (I suppose because of unusual sun exposure), I imagine that you have had reports of how this unique tissue responds to black salve. specifically, I think that the salve takes off some of that tissue that is not cancerous, as well as getting the cancers out. Do you think I am right? Both times I have used it on my nose, it took some tissue from all the area where it was applied, whereas, at other sites, it took only the cancer, and the normal skin adjacent to the cancer was not taken off.
2. I have used the only black salve I was able to find when I started using it, made by Viable Herbal Solutions, in Morrisville,PA. Is this a company you are aquainted with, and do you feel their products are satisfactory? Would you recommend another source? Thank you, Elden
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Ingrid
Posted on Tuesday, September 10, 2002 - 12:17 am:   

Elden,

I feel the nose is more affected by lymphatic stagnation than people realize and perhaps part of the connection with the sun is that when out in the sun, people tend to wear sunglasses. I feel that prior to treatment, it's really helpful to avoid any pressure on the nose that would make it difficult to resolve accumulations.

The other factor is that the tissue is thin and people tend to use products that are very aggressive, ones that can penetrate deeper, but it's not necessary to be as aggressive on thin tissue.

Basically, the one size fits all is just a little primitive. There are nuances to the treatment that make for choices in product and use of products.

I'm not familiar with the products you mentioned, but something is ringing a tiny bell . . . just can't make the connection at the moment. There are some additional sources on this site, in the main part of the site on a page devoted to this.
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susan p.
Posted on Monday, December 23, 2002 - 01:24 pm:   

My friend (56) has a small sore on the side of the bridge of his nose (near his eye). It is where his sunglasses "ride" and can bleed at times. He wants to use Can-X. What do you think?
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Ingrid
Posted on Wednesday, December 25, 2002 - 12:33 am:   

Check the sources page for products!
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joan
Posted on Sunday, May 25, 2003 - 04:50 pm:   

hello - I have a dog with a large - very large mass (mast cell cancer) on her leg - black salve makes it drip an almost clear liquid - i have put it on many areas of the growth and it always is the same. If it doesn't leak or drip with the salve it gets very inflamed and fills up and she gets sick - should i keep using it all over the mass or just in spots as I have been doing - she is a short dog and the mass is very heavy for her little leg. thanks, joan
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Ingrid
Posted on Tuesday, May 27, 2003 - 10:59 pm:   

Joan,

Is your dog licking the salve? If so, she is probably ingesting more than she should. It sounds like the dripping is just serous fluid but it's hard to know.

I don't know too many people who have been successful treating dogs this way because it's hard to explain to the dog why you are putting something on that hurts. When it reacts, it can also be itchy so very few dogs cooperate. I know some vets who have worked with this treatment who might have better advice than I have.

Good luck.
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stella
Posted on Wednesday, June 18, 2003 - 12:40 pm:   

I have just learned from my mother that i have some kind of hereditary condition with moles that after age 40 have a high risk of becoming cancerous. (my body is covered with them). She is currently in the process of having them removed via nitrogen. (she's in her late 50's and I am in my 30's). I have turned to herbs the past couple of years for all my kids' and myself's ailments and so I'd like to find a method of removing moles herbally. After doing some research online, I've read information that the 'black salves' can remove moles as well. Is this true and is this covered in your book?
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Ingrid
Posted on Saturday, June 21, 2003 - 12:08 pm:   

Stella,

My experience with the bloodroot pastes is that they only remove moles that are viral, not other types of moles. There are other posts on this board about this (you can use the keyword search feature on the left) and this subject is briefly covered in my book. However, were it me, I would boost immunity and take internal anti-cancer herbs, not continually, but periodically as a kind of preventative maintenance strategy. It can't hurt and might reduce the risks.
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Paula
Posted on Friday, December 19, 2003 - 04:40 am:   

Dear Ingrid,
I am a second time breast cancer survivor. Seven years ago, went conventional, with lumpectomy and rad. This time around, it's same type infiltrating ductal carcinoma, in the same exact area. Only, not a lump, but calcification. I was left with extensive scar tissue, after (7yrs. ago) developing a hematoma. This time around, am going total alternative. I have the salve, but am apprehensive,with all the scar tissue. Would you advise me to use it? How will it work, when there is not a definite lump? Thank you so much
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Ingrid
Posted on Friday, December 19, 2003 - 06:16 pm:   

Paula,

Most of the time, the black salve does not penetrate scar tissue. When tissue is dense, the water-based products simply sit on the surface without impacting anything except sometimes the skin.

The oil-based products do not necessarily work either, but they tend to work better than the water-based ones. I have developed some anti-scarring products that are going through voluntary testing, but we do not yet know the limitations of these products.

Obviously, your situation is unhappy. Recently, I have been observing the work at a tumor specialist's practice in Germany. They are very often using leeches for the hematomas. I know it sounds Medieval, but my impression was good. Most the patients don't feel the leeches until they drop off. The theory is not that the leeches suck up the hematoma so much as that they secrete something that acts as an anti-coagulant.

Personally, I rarely advise the use of bloodroot salves. I have found that while they are useful for some people, they are excessively aggressive for some situations and milder approaches often work with less stress.

Good luck,
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Jenny
Posted on Friday, January 09, 2004 - 12:14 pm:   

 My dog was diagnosed with Lympoma Cancer about a month ago. He is a Great Dane
and will be four in October he weighs about 175. When I first found out he was in a lot of pain,
always crying and the lymphoid in his neck and back legs were swollen. I started giving him the
Black Salve in capsules every day about a pea size. (It would be very hard to put the salve on his skin because of his hair and he would not leave it alone.) He stopped crying, started playing again and sometimes would throw up a green liquid, but still acting like he was before he got sick. Now about 30 days have gone by and he has three lumps on each side of his neck, the lumps on his legs are still swollen, his eyes are blood shot with green stuff coming out of them and he is starting to cry again. The vet wants to put him on Predizone which I believe will make him weak but will take away the pain. My questions are would the Predizone affect the Black Salve? How can I tell if the Salve is working? Do I need to drain the lymphoid somehow? Anything you could tell me would be appreciated. Thank You
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Ingrid
Posted on Saturday, January 10, 2004 - 07:05 pm:   

Please write me privately. I would suspect your dog is infected and that he needs immune boosting protocols. My experience with bloodroot suggests it does not actually raise immunity to the extent needed.
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jnnyrenee
Posted on Sunday, January 11, 2004 - 04:27 pm:   

How can I write you privately?
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Jonel
Posted on Tuesday, February 03, 2004 - 05:01 pm:   

Dear Ingrid-

I have stable estrogen-based liver tumors and the doctors are recommending surgery to remove at least the large tumor before I try and get pregnant, so that we don't worry about rupturing or surgery during pregnancy. Needless to say, the thought of surgery is enough to scare anyone and even though the liver regenerates quickly, having about 25% removed is intimidating. I've been looking into Compound X and other black salves, and I'm willing to give something shot if it works, but it sounds a bit caustic and pretty scary.

I realize that the success of a salve depends on the individual and so many other variables, but from your experience and research, have you seen it help eliminate/reduce estrogen-based tumors?

Thanks a million!
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Ingrid
Posted on Saturday, May 08, 2004 - 11:57 am:   

The private email contact form info is at the top of the main page of this board:

http://www.sacred-medicine.org/contact.html

Basically, this form is for people who are seeking referrals or specific information about products. If the nature of the question requires a consultation, there might be a process to go through before scheduling this.
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Ingrid
Posted on Saturday, May 08, 2004 - 12:09 pm:   

Jonel,

Please contact me privately. This, too, is way too serious to address on this type of board. The success or failure not only depends on the patient, the condition, and the product but also the skill or lack thereof on the part of the persons implementing the strategies, which typically means the patient and patient's family or friends, whoever is providing the most support to the patient, as well as the practitioner who is overseeing the treatment.
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Anonymous
Posted on Monday, May 10, 2004 - 03:26 pm:   

Last December I was diagnosed with malignant melanoma cancer. The tumor is on my clitoris and the adjoining tissue, the Doctors wanted to remove the tissue and perform re-constructive surgery. I chose to seek an alternative to this type of surgery. The latest treatment that I have tried (2 applications so far) was the use of black salve directly on my clitoris. This was extremely painful, the area increased to about four times its normal size. My Doctor told me that I will be cured with 3 additional treatments. He is well respected in the field of alternative Cancer treatment, with several published works, but I am concerned that I could be causing some permanent damage not to mention the pain I will go through.
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Ingrid
Posted on Monday, May 17, 2004 - 01:30 am:   

There is a discussion of treatment of the cervix in Tori Hudson's book, but I honestly have no experience with this. If the paste were used full strength, it would be horrendously painful, beyond imagination. It would also go through all the usual stages of enucleation and then detachment of an eschar. The exposed area would be open and raw and susceptible to infection. Frankly, this sounds like a nightmare, but some truly reputable people employ this method. I suspect it is a modification of the usual external procedure, if for no other reason than that it would be almost impossible for a paste to remain in contact with the treatment site. So, I think I have to decline comment pending a bit more information. Obviously, I don't have any first- or second-hand knowledge but I do know of others who have used escharotics on the cervix, not the clitoris. That sounds even more challenging.

I wish you a happy ending to what must be a dreadful experience.
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Deb
Posted on Monday, July 05, 2004 - 02:47 pm:   

Ingrid,
I have breast cancer with med to thoracic, cervical and thoracic spine, left hip and rib according to bone scan. Pet scan showed seven areas that are abnormal-thoracic spine, lateral chest wall, liver lumbar spine(L2), and questionable ascending colon.

I have never had conventional chemo or radiation.
5 weeks ago I did start Insulin Potentiation Therapy. I walk 2 miles every morning and feel good except for a slight neck and back ache.

I understand that the black salve tablets reacts with metals. I have an IUD,will this present a problem? I also have a port.

Thanks,
Deb
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Ingrid
Posted on Wednesday, July 07, 2004 - 11:59 pm:   

Deb,

This sounds pretty drastic. Is it possible to remove the IUD? You did not mention diet nor what other therapies you have been undergoing. Obviously, what you have been doing is not working safely for you so a completely new strategy might be in order.

I hope you find your way through this terrible challenge.
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Terri Whittaker
Posted on Thursday, July 08, 2004 - 12:11 pm:   

I have a Holistic gift shop in Colorado. I carry and sell the black salve. Can I get your book wholesale to offer in my shop? My customers have had great success with skin cancer, skin tags, warts and moles. I have a few who are interested in taking the tablet form for internal cancers. The salve I carry does not mention zinc chloride in the ingredients. I have one customer who is considering taking it for prostate cancer. Any concerns or suggestions? I get mine from www.larcencenturyranch.com. I don't sell it on my web site as I give detailed information with each purchase as well as pictures of what to expect and a printout of detailed instructions. I would like to insist on the purchase of your book as well. The disturbing thing is, when people share their salve with others then I get frantic phone calls as they go through the stages.
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Ingrid
Posted on Sunday, July 11, 2004 - 11:58 pm:   

Terri,

I sent you a private email with the answers to your questions.

Best wishes,

Ingrid
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Claire
Posted on Thursday, July 15, 2004 - 10:36 pm:   

Hello Ingrid!

Hats off to you and your hard work on this site, and continuing work.

My dad way just diagnosed with lung cancer (a 6cm single pulmonary nodule)in his upper left lobe, with apparent matatesis in a rib midway (7th i believe). We are waiting for the panel at the hospital to confer on what chemotherapy and/or radiation he will have to have. We read about black salve, I will be ording your book, but I was wondering if it would be of help for lung cancer. Any help, information, or suggestiongs you could give would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Claire
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Patricia
Posted on Friday, July 16, 2004 - 01:10 am:   

I just heard about can-x tablets and while I was looking it up online, I came across your question and answer site. I was wondering if that would be good to use on fibroids of the uterus. Also, what about fatty tumors on the scalp?
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Ingrid
Posted on Sunday, July 18, 2004 - 09:43 pm:   

Patricia,

This is a question you should ask the people who sold you the product.
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Rachel Uffer
Posted on Friday, September 24, 2004 - 07:57 pm:   

I work at a health food store and many of my customers are asking for bloodroot salve not just for cancer but for skin tags and warts. Is it too strong for just skin tags and warts? Also I have neurofibromotosis, is it save to use to remove my neurofibromati?
THank you
Rachel
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Ingrid
Posted on Tuesday, September 28, 2004 - 10:04 pm:   

Rachel,

In your situation, I would refer everyone to my book because if they do not understand the product they are using, they could be in for a surprise.

In most cases, it is too aggressive for skin tags and it doesn't always work with warts. I don't know about all the conditions that the various products might successfully address, but a general rule would be that the more morbid the condition, the more likely there will be a dramatic response to the bloodroot pastes.
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Anonymous
Posted on Saturday, October 09, 2004 - 04:22 pm:   

I am a 55 year old woman, who after a right mastectomy in 2001 had been clear of cancer until last November when they found a suspicious blob on a chest X-Ray, after a C.T. Scan in December 2003 and a PET scan in February 2004, they found four areas of malignant cancer, one in a right lymph node which must have been missed in the surgery, two in my right lung and one in my center, right chest under the ribs. I did not take any radiation or chemotherapy after surgery or since and have been given a limited time to live, whatever that means, each case is different isn't it? My biggest symptom is an over all feeling of tiredness most all of the time, so far no pain. I continue to do much the same as I have always done as far as activity levels go, I go along as usual and will not give into it. I take Vitamin C, E-Tea and Pau D-Arco which I buy from Natures Sunshine. Do you think Black Salve capsules would help me? If so in what amounts should I take them, and will they mix with the vitamins and herbs that I am already taking? Thank you.
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Ingrid
Posted on Thursday, October 14, 2004 - 02:17 am:   

Sorry to hear about this. The black salve is a reasonable option at this point. You would take an amount no larger than a small pea, once a day. Many people experience nausea. Be sure that the product you buy is suitable for internal use.

Good luck!
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Tammy Martin
Posted on Monday, November 15, 2004 - 01:03 pm:   

My dad has been told he has cancer of the pancreas and doesn't have very long to live. The cancer has started attacking his liver and the tumer is very large, basically there is nothing they can do but to make him comfortable. Would taking some form of black salve be an option for him? What are the downfalls?
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Ingrid
Posted on Wednesday, November 17, 2004 - 12:39 am:   

Tammy,

There is nothing to lose at this point. Being a fighter, I would try anything so long as the quality of life is not compromised. There are many holistic options worth a shot. If they succeed, hallelujah. If not, at least you and he and the others in the family know you tried. It would gnaw at you if you gave up and then 15 years from now found that there was something right in reach but you passed on it.
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Laudi Culbertson
Posted on Thursday, January 06, 2005 - 05:08 pm:   

Cal R.'s phone number is no longer valid. Was going to give it to a friend. How can I get in touch with him again? My E-mail is (without the spaces)LaudiC @ comcast . net The black salve works great! The biggest thing I used it on was a huge hard lump on my shoulder. While most things take two weeks, this took six. No drugs. No doctors. No doctor bills. No blood or surgery. Praise God for such an easy to use product!
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Ingrid
Posted on Sunday, January 09, 2005 - 12:21 pm:   

Cal was very ill, perhaps no longer of this world, but I don't know this for sure.

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