Bloodroot: A Medicinal Plant

Skin Cancer
Posted by Ken (N.S.W. Australia) on 04/07/2015
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Black Salve / Cancema / Blood root paste......

I made my own salve and have used it successfully for many years, removing dozens of BCC's from my face, arms, and upper body. You do have to be careful with it on big skin lesions and it is best if you treat them in sections. However, I found that some of the lesions were very stubborn and required re-application of the salve every month or so , until I started taking Cayenne Pepper, 1 X 00 capsule before food every day. The effect was another minor miracle. I would say that the addition of CP has reduced the prevalence and severity of the skin cancer so far by at least 90%. As CP is said to be an absolute cure all for gut and circulatory problems I guess there is a direct link between the health of your gut and your outer covering......Could this be a reason why skin cancer is on the increase ? Maybe our digestive system is becoming weaker due to the food we intake and this in turn becomes visible with severe skin problems such as skin cancer.


Skin Cancer
Posted by Andrea L (Glendale, Ca) on 10/26/2014
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I experienced no pain with my bloodroot treatment on my arm (2 different eschers, no pain). There was a teeny bit of itching day 2, but that went away :)


Skin Cancer
Posted by Arrow (Mackay, Idaho) on 08/23/2012
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Cansema will draw out any cancer that is below the surface and not visible... Something the sugical knife cannot do. Some people who extract melanoma report long dangling roots on the tumor when it falls out. A surgeon would end up cutting those roots and setting the person up for metatastic cancer. Because those roots a a real possibility that cannot be seen with the eye, surgeons are required to biopsy all around the tissues adjacent to the tumor. Often they have to go in again and remove more. Cansema can remove the roots all at once. It is important not to knock or dislodge the tumor prematurely during the cancsema or bloodroot removal process.

The times when the use of bloodroot products goes bad, like when people lose their noses, is when the cancer has permeated the whole nose. Even in conventional medicine the removal of the nose would be required when biopsy after biopsy reveals the cancer to be so deep rooted.

Seriously, extensive surgery, plastic surgery repair and treatment for metastatic cancer is often the result of conventional cancer treatment.


Skin Cancer
Posted by Paul (Bremerton, Washington) on 03/27/2008
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I have successfully used cancemas black salve to remove melanomas and basal cell skin cancers over a 6 yr period.

Greg canton was distroyed by the fda.They will use all the might of the federal government to distroy anyone that threatens the drug/medical money making machine in this and other countries. This medical insurance scam is run to control every aspect of american society and now is threatening to distroy it. Do we really need to have most of the treatments and drugs that are foisted upon us by out wonderfully trained physicians?I had a relative die last yr at the old age of 21 because of our wonderful medicine.

Details:

He was diagnosed as depressed, given antidepressants for 3 yrs and when his heart was effected had two stents put in at 20 and died of a heart attack at 21.

Side effects of most of these drugs are countered by more drugs with more side effects.Sounds like a drug sellers dream.What is the difference between a drug dealer on the street and your doctor?

One makes you feel better and you know it might kill you before you start taking it and you will have to pay for it out of pockit.The other makes you feel worse and you don't know that it is going to kill you before you start taking it but most of it is covered by insurance.


Skin Cancer
Posted by Judy (Grand Prairie, TX) on 10/14/2007
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I have been reading all of the comments on the stages of the cancer being removed. Bloodroot sounds quite a bit like a medicine my dermotologist gave me called Efudex. He said it was radiation treatment. My BCC went through the exact same stages as what Bloodroot users are describing, except, I don't recall the initial pain.


Skin Cancer
Posted by Michele (Fayetteville, NC) on 09/14/2007
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I understand you only apply salve one time and after the cancer dries up and falls out you should be done unless you see more cancer.


Skin Cancer
Posted by Brenda (Stuart, Florida) on 09/01/2007
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I started to notice that I was getting clear or reddish bumps on my face, in particular on either side of my nose...also that I had a dry patch on the tip of my nose that would come and go. I had some skin cancers removed many years ago and have lived a life in the sun but have no health insurance, was basically not dealing with these new spots until a friend told me about black salve and gave me a small amount to try...I tried it on many places on my face and only one reacted at first but in a terrible, painful manner..it burned and swelled' and turned into the ugly mess that so many others have experienced...I kept putting aloe(from a plant, not a bottle) and pure Vitamin E oil on the scab and when it fell off I had no scar.

I have now been using it all over my body and in particular all around the nose area, where the root seems concentrated...I have even used it inside my nose, tho all information says not to put it in the mucus membranes. One thing I do that no one has mentioned...when I am healing a spot and the black piece comes out. I immediately clean out the hole with peroxide and put more salve into the hole it left...some holes have continued to discharge as many as 10 applications...the discharged tumors are progressively lighter in color until finally no more comes from the spot..the hole closes beautifully and as I use Vitamin E oil on the scabs and all around the hole and in the hole, I never scar...and I have taken a LOT of this off my face. It seems to grow like a plant throughout the skin once it gets a hold and I have a lot of it but my body is cooperating with me, we are a team in the fight for our life. I also changed my diet to complete alkaline, stopped meat and all alcohol, eat raw foods as much as possibe. I would like a source of the internal tonic if anyone knows one.In general I would say that this is not for the faint hearted but it is an amazing experience to watch your body expel these cancers and heal itself. But you have to help it by doing everything possible for your immune system.


Skin Cancer
Posted by Amanda (Salt Lake City, UT) on 06/07/2007
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Better But With Side Effects

A note of caution on bloodroot salves--

They will effectively remove skin cancers, moles, etc; but I wish I'd consulted a Naturopath or other expert before trying it myself.

I used a black Cansema-type salve on some red scaly spots on my hand and arm that were worrying me. Be aware before applying it that it HURTS and burns like crazy when it comes into contact with bad/damaged skin.

If you have a number of spots you want to treat, start with the smallest one, rather than doing them all at the same time like I did, which was a big mistake. By the next day, brown scabs had formed, and I applied more of the paste. More pain, of course.

A few days later, the scabs started to loosen, and oozed lots of pus-like fluid and debris. It is important not to pick at the scabs or try to pull them out (difficult, if you're an impatient, anxious type of person like me), even though it will itch like crazy and be really inflamed. Eventually, the scabs fell off, but I couldn't tell if the paste had gotten all of the bad cells.

Now, the spots where I had applied the paste seem to have healed strangely, and I have several ugly scars that crack and peel, and I don't know what to do about them. So, bloodroot is effective, but if you want to try it, you should talk to an ND or someone who knows about it first.


Skin Cancer
Posted by Anna (PD, USA) on 04/25/2007
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I ordered the blood root paste, and put it on a place on my husband's back that had been there for years and would not get well or go away, we started on a weekend with coating the entire place which was the size of a quarter.

He had instant pain, he hurt the entire night, could not sleep, (which it said if it had pain it was cancer), so after that weekend we did a smaller area, we did as follows, we would clean the area with hydrogen peroxide, then we would alternate one day with bacitration, one day with blood root, it took a little longer to get rid of the place this way but it kept the inflamation down and pain.

It took about three and half months of doing this and the thing got well and disappeared, can't even tell where it had been, i wish I had taken pictures, because before it got better it got a lot worse, worse than the pictures I had seen that other people had taken, which helped because I knew what to look for,

The stuff works great, but you have to have a little patience and wait on it to do its job. it did not take much of that stuff to take care of the area. Thanks for your site.


Skin Cancer
Posted by Cindy (Houston, Texas) on 04/18/2007
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Right now, I am in the process of using a black salve (bloodroot paste) to treat a spot on my arm. From what I understand from the website of the company that sold it to me, it is working just as it should. I used this product on a similar spot on one of my legs about two years ago and it did the same way and healed completely. Although I did not have these spots diagnosed by a doctor, I believe they are cancerous. (My family has had many cases of skin cancer,including melanoma.) I know of several people who have also used this black salve with great success. I would recommend it to anyone. Hey, try it and if it doesn't seem to work, get to a doctor! Cindy


Skin Cancer
Posted by Wally (Sonoma, CA) on 03/07/2007
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Cansema for Cancer: It seems to work almost every time, I have used it about 6 times, my friends have used it, and it takes it away, it dries it up like an infection. My 80 yr. old mother used it on her temple for a rapid growing basil cell,I say this because she had one on the other side of her head and had it operated on 3 times. The last time being successfully, after making a big hole in her head and having to patch it with a piece of her breast. You see there are all those stories.


Skin Cancer
Posted by Shirl (Lakewood, CO) on 02/19/2007
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We learned about blood root, also call Black Salve, through my sister-in-law several years ago. I can't even begin to tell you how pleased my husband is with the results. He's very fair skinned and has always worked outside; now in his late 50's skin cancers were becoming an ongoing, painful, and expensive problem. He had several skin cancers removed by his doctor and all of them left large, painful scars. The black salve removes the cancer completely and, even though it leaves a large hole initially, in our experience this fills in very quickly and leaves almost no visible scar. He has used this on moles everywhere, face, arms, back, neck and the results have always been the same -- the cancer is completely removed. What I find the most amazing about the salve is that if the area is not cancerous then there will be no reaction to the salve. It's hard to find the real stuff, but worth the search!


Skin Cancer
Posted by Francis (Detroit, MI) on 02/18/2007
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I just used bloodroot paste for the 2nd time. The first was on my forearm, this most recent time (last week) on my face at the jaw line. I had a very small "molish thing" appear about 8 months ago that didn't feel right. I put the bloodroot paste on for 2 nights in a row last Monday. It did its thing and amazingly, healed completely by day 6 (much faster than my forearm, which took 2 weeks to heal). There is some pink skin in that area now, but the mole is no longer there. I don't even need to cover it up with makeup! I experienced a shooting pain in the area of the application on day 2 through day 3, then nothing. I would trust this stuff more than the dermatologists. I have a friend who has had about 4 surgeries to remove cancerous growths. Before the latest surgery that she had several weeks ago, the surgeon had been telling her for the last year (every time she went for a checkup) that it wasn't melanoma and not to worry, she didn't need it removed. She insisted that he biopsy it nonetheless last month and yep, it turned out to be melanoma. So even the best doctors aren't always right. She's thinking about using bloodroot paste now. In my case, I plan to use bloodroot as a tester on all moles on my body since it is an amazing indicator of cell malignancy.


Skin Cancer
Posted by David (Lake City, FL) on 01/13/2007
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I have successfully removed 5 cancers off my body over the past 2 years. It works and two were very painful but think of the alternative.


Skin Cancer
Posted by Penny (Oregon) on 12/16/2006
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Our doctor used it on my husband's nose... He had been to a dermatologist, found out this spot was cancer, and instead of letting the dermatologist cut it out, he went to our naturopathic doctor The doctor put a very tiny amount of concentrated bloodroot on the spot, about the size of a pin head, no more. Then slapped a Band-Aid on it... Two days later the spot is black, it ate ALL THE CANCER away, and left a big hole... The hole eventually closed in... Be careful with this stuff it is very potent, but it does work.



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