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harmful emotions and other disorders and conditions;
SUBJECT: AMERICAN NATIVE BLACK SALVE FOR CANCER
American Native Black Salve
The cancer salve is a paste, made of native American herbs, that is placed on a small spot on the skin, close to a diagnosed or suspected malignancy. The salve will cause the skin to react, but if there is no malignancy, nothing will happen. However, if there is a tumor present within the tissue under the selected spot, the salve forces the body to eject the tumor by bringing it to the surface, until it completely emerges and detaches itself from the skin. The process usually begins by pus-like fluid oozing through the lesion, then within 2-3 weeks the main tumor will emerge, without the need for any interference, and with no danger of metastasis. In some cases the tumor doesn't come out as a solid object, but as thick fluid, or, in the case of prostate cancer, for instance, as a number of small, jelly-like globules. Should the cancer be melanoma, or another type of skin cancer, the salve will eliminate the condition through topical action.
Escharotics, as a cancer treatment, have a long history in North American medicine. Even as recently as during the past two decades, thousands of people used this method to get rid of their cancers. We managed to talk to dozens of women who treated themselves with breast cancer, or were helped by an expert in using the salve. One of them is an MD who brought out a tumor from her breast by this method. We were able to find only two NDs on the whole continent who have experience with the salve, and can be consulted on its use. One of them recently published a very well written and instructive book on the subject.
Dianne Jacobs Thompson Est. 2003
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