Friday, December 14, 2007

Three year battle with warts ends in natural victory

I just had to share this one with you all! Read the following testimonial:

I wanted to give you an update on my 12 year old daughters
warts that she has struggled with for the past 3 years.
The EllagiCaps are amazing.

All her warts are gone now but 2 that have developed on her

I am amazed!

Ryane had about 15 warts on her fingers (cuticles and palms)
she had warts on her knees about 6 and warts on her ankle
about 5 large ones, all have gone away except about 3 on her
palms, those I still have her use bloodroot.

They literally flattened out and disappeared!

I went through a lot of things before I found your
site Burning them off, freezing
them off, topical medications, pills from the health food
store, was going to try Lazer which costs a fortune and
is not covered by medical insurance.

She cried weekly and wore band-aids!!
It seems that this
product has boosted her immune
system enough to rid herself
of 95 percent of the warts!! Since there are a
few new ones
coming up, I see that her body is trying to hold on to
virus, so I will continue to have her take
this supplement,
which she
is taking 4-6 caps per day.

I am impressed with this product!! I wish I could get the
word out to all those who are plagued with warts. Too
the dermatologists don't have a clue. They only recommend
or topical creams for the outside, and give no advise
about treating
from the inside.

It makes all the sense in the world, if warts are caused
by a virus and the immune system is not working properly
to kill the
virus, why not boost the immune system?

If this product works like this for warts, I can't
imagine what other great things it is doing on the

inside to help fight other disease.

Thank you my dear friend Rick for telling me about the EllagiCaps!


Monday, November 26, 2007

Black Salve Bloodroot Testimonials 1

Here are two interesting testimonials that were emailed to me this week! Feel free to share yours with me and I will put it up with or without your name as you choose. Email to

Hi Rick ,

I have had swelling under right underneath my eye, off an on for 9 months. Finally it was one solid lump,
even after I had it drained. I started using the total care body wash, after about 4 weeks it finally went away. Now there is no evidence of any trauma, no swelling and it has been 4 months. What a relief! If anybody wants to call me to ask more questions, they can. I hope this helps. You provide a wonderful service! Tina 619-339-6231

Hi Rick,

I was glad to get your email update. I wanted to give you an update also. My arm has healed up nicely after losing the eschar fell off, thanks to the after care product. For my daughters warts, it seems that the bloodroot has worked some on the warts around her cuticles,they look much much better, but others pop up now on her palms and fingers. But we will continue to attack a few at a time. Since she has started the EIF, it seems like the ones on her ankles and her knees have flattened out!!! yay!!!!

Also, I love the bloodroot toothpaste! I have gum issues because of a 8 tooth crown I wear, and I don't floss enough. Since using the toothpaste, my gums feel so much better and don't bleed at all when I brush!! I love it, and it does not taste bad at all!



Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Black Salve Bloodroot Capsules

Hi there,

Over the past 2 years I have had many people ask me if they can take black salve internally to kill cancers or boost their immune system. I have posted some information on under the subject "Internal Black Salve?"

Many people have had trouble taking the black salve internally and I am writing this email to you today to let you know there is another option! I received an email today from and they have just launched a new Black Salve Bloodroot Capsule which does have a good herbal composition of known immune boosting herbs. Please remember that I do not sell any products and do not have specific information on their proprietary blend, but the ingredients of the capsules are listed in the text below.

On another note, I am still receiving dozens of praise reports from people who have used the salves for various abnormal tissue growths. If you have experienced good results with any salves please let me know and if you are comfortable, I will put your testimonial anonymously on my site. Below is the email I received about the new capsules.

Have a great day!


Dear Friend,

If you have not recently visited our site, you may not know that we now have Black Salve Bloodroot Capsules! As with all of our products we are not allowed to make claims, but we can tell you we are very proud to include this in our product line and know you will be pleased with the results of taking these capsules on a daily basis. The ingredient are bloodroot, burdock root, chaparral, graviola, and natural rice flour in a vegetarian capsule.

Many people have contacted us in the past, asking if it is safe to take the black salve internally. Black salve contains zinc chloride which allows the herbs to be carried under the skin and can leave some scar tissue after the eschar falls out and heals over. Black salve capsules contain NO zinc chloride and are completely safe to ingest if you follow the direction on the bottle.

In the next two weeks we will be emailing updates on more fantastic new products we are carrying as well as a Christmas gift package with a special price. So be on the look out for more great news from!

Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Customer Service

Best On Earth Products, LLC

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Mole and Callus Removal

Hello Rick,
Thanks for the's been quite a few months since I contacted you...I have been using the best on earth body wash instead of the salve up to this point for a mole and about 3 weeks ago the mole peeled off. I also used white vinegar on it daily, not sure if that was any help, but it seemed to.

Anyway, I was very surprised since for some time nothing seemed to be happening to the mole. I think it may have been a was fairly large on my chest...not there is nothing there...when it peeled off the skin looked perfect underneath, no scar, you can't tell where the mole was...I think that is pretty amazing weather it was a mole or a barnacle.

I will give you more info on the body wash. I did have some skin sensitivity when I used it everyday and had to change to using it a couple times a week after the first month of using it daily.

What the problem was is that I have calluses on my palms from working with horses, cleaning stalls, handling ropes, etc. for the last few decades (we have a horse ranch), and the body wash took my calluses off and so it was a bit uncomfortable and my hands would get I tried not putting it on the palms of my hands which was challenge. really worked well on the calluses on my heels of my feet and also some other areas of my body like my elbows...but I was a bit concerned about using on my face too much after it took the calluses off my first my face just glowed, but I'm outside most of the day and so I was concerned that my soft new skin showing up on my face was going to burn....I always use a hat or visor outside...but I went to only using on my face once week...but other than my face and my hands, I put it on the rest of my body every day, sometimes every other day for several months.

I am out now and am thinking I will lasted quite a long time, but maybe I was not using enough and that is also why it took several months for the mole on my chest to peel off.


Monday, July 09, 2007

Black Salve Body Wash Cures Wart on Eyelid

Click on pictures to enlarge

After 2 Weeks

After 3 1/2 weeks all gone!

Hi Rick,

Hopefully someone will find these helpful. The Body Wash is brilliant. The lump was a viral wart (the lower portion anyway) and the part closest to the edge of the eyelid was a mybomian cyst (or chalazion) - great combination eh?!. They are both gone now - in 3 weeks. No pain, no scar - although I did accidently get it in my eye which stung but also cleared up other tiny chalazions inside the eyelid!!

The doctor wanted me to use a steriod cream for the chalazion and suggested that I just ignore the wart. Thank goodness I had a better alternative.

Thanks heaps,

Sunday, July 01, 2007

Prevent Skin Cancer..Must READ!!

OK, this is a product i have been researching for a while now and find it to be the best, as this person states as well from another blog I found. Take a look.


The only REAL natural sunscreen I use to prevent skin cancer!

Hi friends,

Well, it is now well over two years with no sign of that cancer!!!

I wanted to tell you what I am using this summer when I do go into the sun for more than 20 minutes.

There has been a lot of talk about natural sunscreens and after reading a ton, I found there is only one out there that I will use!

Click this link to find out why I won't use the other dangerous ones that claim to be all natural.

Hope you are all well and enjoying the summer :)


Wednesday, June 06, 2007

All chemotherapy drugs are experimental only!

Dear Friends,

Did you know, in the Physicians Desk Reference, available in any library or doctor's office, the top 10 chemotherapy drugs used in the USA all have cancer as a listed side effect?

In fact, depending on how you interpret the statistics, more cancer patients die from the chemotherapy than of the cancer. The medical statisticians count these deaths as a success for chemotherapy because the patient did not die of cancer.

A select few know that chemotherapy drugs are not FDA approved. They are legally administered under the "Rule of Probable Cause", which states that experimental drugs may be used if the side effect of the drug is no worse than the end effect of the disease.

In fact, every chemotherapy bottle is stamped "For Experimental Use Only" and the patient must sign a release before the doctor will prescribe or administer it.

Here is a label for a toxic drug, formerly used to treat cancer and presently used to treat HIV/AIDS patients.

It clearly states “For Laboratory use only. Not for drug, household, or other uses.”

AZT, first synthesized in 1964, under a US (NIH) grant, was originally intended to treat CANCER, but failed to show efficacy and had an unacceptably high side effect profile.

The drug then faded from view until February 1985, when three scientists in the National Cancer Institute (NCI), collaborating with several other scientists at GlaxoSmithKlein(huge pharmaceutical co.), started working on it as an AIDS drug.

Skin cancer is the fastest growing cancer in the US today! We already know that chemotherapy, radiation, and surgeries are extremely dangerous, costly, and ineffective at curing cancer.

Please tell your friends and family to visit today, to learn about effective and inexpensive natural treatments that could save their lives!

Saturday, June 02, 2007

MD's study show effectiveness of basal and squamous cell cancers treated with salve

Dermatologic Surgery

Volume 27 Issue 11 Page 975Issue 11 - 978 - November 2001

To cite this article: Clarence W. Brown Jr. MD, Glenn D. Goldstein MD, Craig S. Birkby MD (2001)
Dermatologic Surgery 27 (11), 975–978.


Case Reports

  • *Chicago, Illinois,+Department of Medicine, Division of Dermatology, Kansas University Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas, and Seattle, Washington

C.W. Brown, Jr., MD, G.D. Goldstein, MD, and C.S. Birkby, MD have indicated no significant interest with commercial supporters.

Address correspondence and reprint requests to: Clarence W. Brown, Jr., MD, 2800 N. Sheridan Rd., Suite 210, Chicago, IL 60657, or e-mail:


Background. Over the course of the last three decades Americans have grown more and more fond of "alternative" or homeopathic medical therapies. The explosion of the Internet has made these nontraditional remedies more accessible to the general public.

Objective. To describe two cases of auto-Mohs through patient self-application of products containing zinc chloride paste. The case of a basal cell carcinoma and the case of a squamous cell carcinoma are described.

Methods. Each of our patients applied a homeopathic paste containing zinc chloride to sites of biopsy-proven skin cancer.

Results. At the conclusion of the self-directed therapy in both cases, histopathologic analysis of the site determined no further skin cancer to be present.

Conclusion. We present and describe two cases of auto-Mohs.

This article is cited by:

Josef Smolle. (2003) Homeopathy in dermatology. Dermatologic Therapy 16:2, 93–97

Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Pictures of tumor removed between breasts with Black Salve

These pictures of a skin growth between the breasts are followed by this womans account of the removal with black salve.

To Rick at

I am a 55 year old female living in Perth , Western Australia . A friend bought me some Black Salve with DSMO to use to remove a couple of warts and a few moles I had on my body.

As I live in a hot, sunny climate, I have these moles checked every year by a specialist for skin cancer. Every year for many years, all these blemishes have been passed as OK – ie not requiring a biopsy or further investigation.

I merrily put the Black Salve on six blemishes on my body expecting no more reaction than a gradual removal. Within hours five of them were giving off a drawing pain and became red and hot. One of them, between my breasts, was particularly strong and was larger. This one was a concern to me before the Black Salve because it had appeared on its own some three or four years ago and had gradually increased in size and was often itchy. The others were relatively small and all seemed to progress with the same pattern – slight swelling, reddening and the formation of a centre of dark matter and puss. All had a pulling pain and all were tender when touched or bumped. I probably would not have bothered with pain killers for these.

However, the chest eschar was very painful because of its size. It also grew ‘legs’ and when it first erupted it looked like a large spider. Along the legs were little beads of dark brown material which swelled up, went pussy and came out quite early compared to the large ‘body’ of the spider. After only a few days the legs were just a red line indicating where they had been. It as suggested to me that they might have been eschars which formed along the lymphatic system around my breasts.

The ‘body’ grew larger by the day and was very messy with puss and matter. I was changing the dressing several times a day and was in a deal of pain. Mostly the pain was the familiar drawing pain, seeming to go very deep into my chest. But I also had sharp stabbing pains which came and go. I did take painkillers for this one, sometimes up to eight a day, and I felt tired and drained, not able to do my usual work.

About this time, I noticed something quite miraculous. About 18 months ago I suffered a collapsed lung and was in hospital for 4 weeks. Since then I have had a sharp pain around that lung every time I breathed deeply. I can’t tell exactly when this happened, but I found in the middle of all the pain with the chest eschar, the pain around my lung when I breathed had gone. I used to worry about what this pain might mean even though the doctor said not to worry. Now I have been free of this since the time I noticed the pain gone, which was about five days after applying the Black Salve to the chest.

The chest eschar took a long while to erupt, quite a bit longer than the smaller arm and leg ones. Nevertheless, after 7 – 10 days, it fell out overnight and the pain went completely and immediately. Obviously, there was some tenderness in the cavity that was left as the eschar was large, leaving an uneven hole roughly 6 cms by 4 cms. Once it came out it was squashed and dryish and I was amazed how small it was for the pain it had caused. I saved it for analysis but, apparently, whatever it is cannot be identified because it is dead. I did show my doctor the cavity and the eschar and although he was stunned and wondered why I didn’t have surgery, he did say it must have developed since my last examination (which was not two months before!). He, basically, couldn’t explain it.

All through the experience I was just absolutely amazed. I was totally shocked that the medical profession could pass all my lumps and bumps as benign and then this should happen. I was also shocked, and thrilled, that such a large lump could be excised so quickly and easily and without scarring and surgery.

Once this cavity has healed – and it is healing rapidly – I will move on to the remaining warts and moles on my body but this time I will do two – maximum – at a time.

-L. Perth, Australia

Detects problem Total Care Body Wash with Former Breast Cancer Patient

Here is another picture testimonial, my comments follow hers at the bottom :)

Hi Rick,

I’ve been using the body wash on most of my torso which detected
an underlying problem by showing a reddening under my left breast which
spread just a tiny bit over to my right. (I had breast cancer about 12 years
ago which was treated conventionally, lumpectomy and radiation, I refused
the Tamoxifen.) What happened was most unusual in that the skin went
like a snakeskin: scaly, very red and dry yet a smooth, whole piece.
It definitely wasn’t an allergic reaction as the edges were well defined
and the whole thing was very even in shape and colour and didn’t hurt or itch.
It’s now gone rougher, scaly and some areas are peeling.

UPDATE: As promised, the photograph of the peculiar patch under my left
breast which developed after using the Total Care Body Wash. It originally
spread under my right breast a little, but this seems to have faded now. At
first it was bright red, then muted to a brownish pink colour. As I said, the
sloughing skin is not soft and flakey as is sunburn but stiff and scaly like a
shed snakeskin.

I was wondering if this might have been a chronic, low level,
undetected fungal/bacterial/viral infection. I've been using the Body Wash
on it daily and it hasn't changed that much in two weeks. I have peeled
some of the skin off out of curiosity, but it didn't come off easily and I
stopped when it started hurting.

-J. from Western Australia

Rick thoughts are, there is most likely a residual cancer that
is now in the left breast. (cancers are typically a virus, bacteria, or fungus
that can mutate back and forth from one pathogen to the next which leads
to abnormal or cancer cells).

I would use the body wash for 2-3 months and see what develops.
If the rash like skin irritation goes away, then there wouldn't be a need to
put the salve directly on it, though, if the cancer/virus/fungus was gone
then the salve wouldn't react on the skin. What I would do is, start taking
the Internal Black Salve to make sure that any other cancer in the body
is being destroyed.


Monday, May 07, 2007

Another Medical Doctor praises salves for cancer

Botanical Surgery

Removing Tumors with Herbs

By Lev G. Fedyniak

Medical Doctor — Ukraine

Bloodroot is a common component of herbal salves in escharotic therapy

Bloodroot is a common component of herbal salves in escharotic therapy

A method of treating cancer that spans centuries is returning to vogue. Long considered effective but not contemporary and therefore something less, it's getting a second look. Both affected individuals and healthcare practitioners are resurrecting this ancient approach to removing tumors.

Currently known as botanical surgery, it is more frequently referred to as escharotic therapy. The procedure involves the use of herbs, minerals and non-organic compounds in a salve form that is topically applied to a tumor, particularly skin cancers, and results in the tumor literally falling off!

Today, there is a resurgence of interest and availability of these products both in the U.S. and the rest of the world.

The How and Why of Botanical Surgery

An aversion to surgery or “fear of the knife”, particularly when the surgery calls for the removal of more than just the tumor (i.e. the whole breast), has caused many to seek alternative approaches to cancer treatment, particularly herbal based ones. Escharotic surgery is one such alternative.

Essentially, the herb(s) and other components are made into a paste and spread onto the tumor site. The salve or paste splits the skin and the underlying tissue, forms around the abnormal cancer tissue, and separates it from the surrounding normal tissue.

It then forms a large scab called an eschar (from whence we have escharotic therapy), which eventually sloughs off, taking the tumor with it. What's amazing is that the healthy tissue surrounding the tumor is left intact! The morbid and necrotized tissue separates from the underlying healthy tissue in about two to four weeks on the average. Because of this mechanism of distinguishing healthy from diseased tissue, it has proven to be an effective treatment method for inoperable tumors. In these cases, underlying vessels and even nerves remain intact – an unlikely result if traditional surgery were to be employed.

What's also interesting is that when the eschar detaches, the site is bloodless and the underlying tissues, including vascular and neural tissue, are visible to the naked eye.

The salves and pastes employed in this botanical surgery procedure essentially all work the same way. It is also worth noting that, at its height in the mid-1800s to early 1900s, these salves and pastes were available in Europe and America in almost every pharmacy, were popular and quite effective.

A Short History of Botanical Surgery

One of the earliest references we have about botanic surgery is from the Hindu classic, Ramayana (about 500 B.C.) where an “arsenic paste” is described. Hippocrates, in about 400 B.C., also makes mention of caustics as a treatment approach.

Other mention is made by the great Persian physician Avicenna (also known as Ibn Sina) in about 1,000 C.E., as well as the early 12th century Christian abbess, Hildegard von Bingen, both making references to herbal salves in the treatment of “bubos”, which we now call tumors.

Even the Native American Indians maintained the practice of botanical surgery in very much the same way.

However, of the modern researchers, the two most respected and well-known authorities in the use of this approach were Dr. J. Weldon Fell and Frederic E. Mohs, MD, both of the United States.

Fell was a faculty member of New York University and later was one of the founders of the New York Academy of Medicine. In the early 1850s, he moved to London and built up a very successful cancer treatment practice based on escharotic therapy using bloodroot ( Sanguinaria canadensis ) as the herbal base. He published his results extensively. We know today that the alkaloids in bloodroot do indeed have a strong anti-tumor effect.

Frederic Mohs called his approach chemosurgery and used a fixative paste. His was more an integrative approach that combined the use of the escharotic paste with surgical tumor removal and analysis, rather than allowing for the sloughing off of the eschar. His contribution is immense as he put the procedure on a very sound, scientific footing, with a tremendous amount of research that spanned decades. The soundness of his approach was underscored in a 1990 report that stated he had a verifiable and documented 99% success rate in his treatment of skin cancers!

Components and Procedure

There are both single- and multi-herb salves and pastes as well as herb/chemical combinations. The single herb ones tend to be of more limited effectiveness, used more with small skin tumors, or require multiple applications to bring about a deeper penetration.

Remember that if a salve or paste cannot penetrate the tumor completely, it will not be completely destroyed and can grow back.

To overcome this, some practitioners like Dr. J. Weldon Fell would make cuts into the eschar scab and add more of the salve to allow for deeper penetration. Dr. Frederic Mohs, MD, on the other hand, would surgically remove the eschar and examine it under a microscope to determine if a line between healthy and abnormal tissue was evident. He would repeat applications of the salve until there was no more evidence of abnormal tissue.

Upon application of the salve or paste, the site may become red, grey, yellow or black until the eschar begins to form. A discharge, usually pus-like, is common and, in my experience, is often quite foul smelling!

If the eschar falls off on its own, there is no bleeding. However, if it is prematurely pulled off, there may be a little bleeding. Even though the eschar may have detached, expect the site to continue to release pus or fluid which must be drained and the wound kept clean. Also, look carefully to determine if there is any additional abnormal tissue evident, as a re-application of the salve may be necessary.

While there are “solely herb” salves, most of the formulations in use today are a combination of herbs and zinc chloride. The zinc chloride causes the skin to split more readily allowing the salve or paste to more readily get at the tumor. It also is taken up by the tumor tissue more quickly.

The herbs most commonly employed include bloodroot, as already mentioned, goldenseal ( Hydrastis canadensis ), chaparral ( Larrea tridentata ), cayenne ( Capsicum frutescens ) and red clover ( Trifolium pratence ). There are, however, many other herbs in other formulations that are also used. In Ukraine, where I live and work, greater celandine ( Chelidonium majus ) is more commonly used.

Many of these formulations are commercially available today, being sold under names like “Black Salve” or “Compound X” but are nonetheless based on the old prescriptions.

Wound management, including cleaning, as there is often a discharge and a potential for infection (plain old hydrogen peroxide works just fine), in addition to healing support, i.e. use of turmeric and vitamin E, after the eschar falls off, are also necessary additional procedures.

The Downside of Botanic Surgery Treatment

Patients may need to resort to painkillers during escharotic therapy

There are several direct concerns in the use of escharotic therapy that need to be addressed. The first is pain. The application of the paste or salve to the skin causes it to split as the compound makes its way to the tumor. That can produce pain ranging from mild irritation to almost unbearable. Therefore, access to pain medication is a strong inducement to proceed under the care of a physician. The pain medication can range from readily-available-without-a-prescription types like ibuprofen, to the very strong painkillers like Demerol (meperidine hydrochloride).

As we are dealing with an open wound, the next direct issue is the potential for infection. While some practitioners advocate the use of antibiotics, most do not. The herbs used in the escharotic procedure are, for the most part, antimicrobial as well, and if the wound is kept clean, the potential for infection is minimized.

The third direct concern is the potential for significant scarring. But with proper supportive care, the amount of scarring can be reduced as well. And let's not forget that surgery produces scarring as well, not to mention the disfigurement that breast removal, for example, will cause.

Bear in mind that it's important to know a person's cancer stage. Treating a tumor and excising it by botanic or traditional surgery may not lead to a cure if there are other tumors in other parts of the body. Also, even if there is only one tumor that has successfully been eliminated, it's important to follow-up with your health practitioner regularly, as there can be recurrence at the same or another site in the body.

Just an Option- Not a Cure-all

Botanic surgery is only one of numerous options in the treatment of cancer. What's more, no procedure should be undertaken as a sole treatment, as no treatment exists in a vacuum. Supportive therapies, detoxification, dietary changes, etc. all accompany successful treatment of cancer. There is no single magic bullet in either allopathic or alternative approaches.

But, integrating alternative and allopathic treatments usually proves to be the most effective approach of all!

Lev G. Fedyniak, MD began his medical career in alternative medicine, studying acupuncture, herbs and other healing traditions in China, Hong Kong, Canada, Ukraine and other parts of the world. Recognizing that the allopathic tradition was a necessary component in treating illness, he trained in allopathic medicine to obtain the doctor of medicine degree.

Dr. Lev makes his home in Ukraine and continues to study new approaches to treating illness and optimizing health from traditions all over the world. He publishes articles and books in the hopes of bringing such information to all who need it.

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Buttocks Cancer

Im going to start posting some emails I have gotten from Black and Bloodroot Salve users. Below is one from a woman in Australia, very interesting stuff, especially the breast area changes when using that Total Care Body Wash. Keep fighting the fight, folks!

Hi Rick

You might remember I emailed you on the 18th April regarding the eshar activity on my bum(see pic above). You will see that one had already erupted and left a cavity. As you can imagine, it was a difficult area to monitor and I don’t know when that happened. I also have had a couple of the smaller eschars disintegrate so my ‘collection’ is a bit sparse at present. The pain was bearable and I managed without painkillers; there is no pain now and I’m just waiting for them to work their way out. I’ll take another photograph or two of the cavities and any eschars I manage to salvage.

I’m puzzled as to what type of cancer it is and it has led me to the conclusion that the medical profession name cancers according to the area they are found. In other words, all cancers are the same and not specific to an area, eg lung cancer, breast cancer, etc. When they say they are ‘inoperable’, it’s either because they can’t reach them or the organ they’re on would be destroyed if they cut it out and the patient would die. Thus, if they had to remove a liver because of cancer, the patient would die, so they would say it was inoperable. This might not be a revelation to you but it is to me and this is why I’m calling it arse cancer. It couldn’t be ‘skin’ cancer as the sun don’t shine there!

I have recently seen a Naturopath who said ‘there was something going on in your small intestine’ and I’m only guessing this could be it. I have to go back to him after hair analysis tests so might find out. He knows and uses Black Salve although he’s not allowed to sell it here but can use it as treatment.

I have a friend for whom I bought some Black Salve and she is using it on some moles that were cleared by a plastic surgeon as not cancerous. She has had about five erupt at once (thinking they were only moles or warts). One of them is huge and she is in a lot of pain and taking painkillers. We refuse to go to GPs as I’ve even had an ‘alternative’ nurse not believe me. The large one is between her breasts (all the best places!) and she has had earlier problems with her lungs and has had sharp pain when taking a deep breath. Since the eschar has been moving the breathing pain has stopped completely. I’ll try and get her to get photographs taken to send to you.

Finally, I’ve been using the Total Care Body Wash on most of my torso and developed a reddening under my left breast which spread just a tiny bit over to my right. (I had breast cancer about 12 years ago which was treated conventionally, lumpectomy and radiation, I refused the Tamoxifen.) What happened was most unusual in that the skin went like a snakeskin: scaly, very red and dry yet a smooth, whole piece. It definitely wasn’t an allergic reaction as the edges were well defined and the whole thing was very even in shape and colour and didn’t hurt or itch. I should have taken a photo but I didn’t. It’s now gone rougher, scaly and some areas are peeling. When my bottom’s healed, I’ll try the Black Salve on it. Didn’t know if you’ve come across it before.

Well, I think you’ve been updated. Thanks for listening.

Kind regards,

J from Western Australia

Friday, March 30, 2007

Internal Black Salve

Taking Black Salve Internally

I have not posted any info as of yet about internals but after many request and reports from many people who have used it that way, I am doing so now. One man in TX was on his death bed so to speak with lung cancer when he started to take the internal black salve. Within a week he was actually up and around and was expected to leave the hospital! My friend knows this man, and I am hoping to get a testimonial from him sometime soon, which I will post here.

I am still a bit hesitant to put info up about it because all black salve is not the same and some use different fillers that I would not want to take internally. The old cansema was good stuff but they have been shut down for over 3 years now. I use the salves from because to date they have shown to be all high quality.

Please realize, this is not medical advice, only reports of what others have been experiencing. Make sure you consult with your health care provider before starting any form of treatment. Also, this protocol is for internal black salve, NOT BLOODROOT SALVE. Here is the way most people have taken the salve internally with the best results.

Take a small pea size amount of black salve 1x a day, either placed into an empty capsule or into a piece of bread, then eat a full meal to avoid nausea.

This is to be done everyday for 10 days, then take 10 days off. Repeat this cycle until you have completed a full 30 days of the salve, meaning 10 days on 10 off, 10 on 10 off, then 10 more on.

IMPORTANT: When abnormal cells (cancers) in the body are being destroyed, it will stir up a lot of chaos and the person taking the internals will feel like garbage, but not as bad as if they took chemo! If the person has never done so before, it would be a good idea for them to do a colon cleanse and possibly a liver cleanse before taking the internal salve (If time permits) because there will be a lot of debris from the dead cancer being pulled through the major organs like the liver, kidneys, and intestines. They will want to make sure that the pathway for the debris is clear before the internal protocol is taken.

Email me for specifics about cleanses and I will point you in the right direction.

Friday, February 16, 2007

President George W. Bush has moles removed

This Just In!!!

He should have used bloodroot or black salve from
but that would have been too easy!.........................

A doctor removed two moles from

President George W. Bush's

left temple on Friday and they were believed to be benign, a White House spokesman said.

The five-minute procedure took place in the White House doctor's office and was performed by Steve Krivda, a specialist at Walter Reed Medical Center.

Tests will be performed to determine if the moles were cancerous. Results should be back by the middle of next week.

"The doctors expect that both moles are benign," said White House spokesman Scott Stanzel.

The procedure will leave Bush with a one-inch scab for a week to 10 days, he said.

Bush has suffered the effects of sun exposure in the past. He has had non-cancerous growths removed before, the last time occurring in December 2004.

Monday, February 05, 2007

Body Wash Detects Skin Cancer/Abnormalities


I felt it was important to share with you all my experience with a black salve body wash. The following text is from a couple of emails I wrote to a person who had questions about the body wash.

I am hearing from many people that this "Total Care Body Wash" shows where other skin abnormalities/cancers are(melanoma, basal cell, squamous cell) as well as it helps with scars, especially from burns.

I started using it about 6 months ago and actually had a spot that looked like
a plantar wart come to the surface of my skin on my chest, just under my right clavicle. It was about the size and shape of an eraser head of a pencil. This was about 3-4 months ago. After a week it dried up and disappeared. I was amazed. There is no mark left at all.

I will tell you a little more about the body wash, just recently, I had a flat mole actually come to the surface that was never there before. It was on my back left lat, and it was a dark pink color. I started really concentrating the wash on that spot for the last week and now it is totally drying up. I really think this is the most amazing formulation ever produced.

I have often found that if you are working on a specific mole or wart, that it is helpful to "rough it up" so to speak. You don't have to cut into it, but take a brand new, clean emery board and very lightly pull it across the spot, just enough so that it would cause tiny little spots of the skin in the area to be scraped, almost microscopic though, you don't need to make it bleed. .

Remember, if you don't have any big ones, I would start by using the body wash for a few months to see what develops. If a spot develops that does not disappear with in 30-90 days you will want to apply black salve to it. Bloodroot will work for non-cancerous moles, warts, and skin tags, but black salve (which has less bloodroot in it) will get them all and I find there is a little less scarring with the black salve then the bloodroot.

I am telling people about the body wash for finding spots, which originally I was telling them to then put some salve on, but now I am finding it is less invasive to continue with the body wash for several months. This is why I find the body wash long term to be better if you are concerned about scarring. But, if you find after using the body wash daily for a couple of months, a spot that comes to the surface which is large or does not go away, you may want to apply black salve to it, as it is most likely a stronger cancer that does not want to be pulled through the entire body but would rather be easier to exit through the surface of the skin.

The body wash can be put on as a thin layer and left for up to 15 minutes before rinsing off, but I have usually used it for 5 minutes before rinsing off in the shower. Some eczema and psoriasis patients have reported leaving it on all day and getting good results when they also get all dairy and white flour/sugar out of their diets. It can be left on long term with no adverse effects. The source for the body wash that myself and friends and family use can be found at

Friday, February 02, 2007

moderate sunlight exposure helps prevent skin cancer

To the surprise of scientists, while exposure to the sun's UV rays is the main cause of skin cancer, a recent study says some sunlight also can help prevent it. Read more by clicking on the following link:

Sunday, January 28, 2007

How to get rid of warts, moles, and skin tags naturally and effectively in five simple steps.

Are you interested in getting rid of moles, warts, or skin tags without cutting, burning or using toxic chemicals which are ineffective? I am going to share with you, what I have found to be in my fifteen years of practice, the number one, safe, natural, and effective solution to these skin problems.

These steps have helped thousands of people who had previously tried and failed to get rid of their ailment with the typical medical treatments. A link to a site with testimonials of some of these people as well as a link to a source for the best product to use can be found in the following step. So let’s get started!

Step 1 “Get it checked out”

As with any ailment or disorder in the body, it is very important to have a trained health care professional assess your specific problem. Have them first verify that your skin growth is benign.

Step 2 “get bloodroot salve”

Once you are certain that it is not a malignant skin growth, you need to get an herbal compound called “bloodroot salve”. The world renowned MD, Dr Andrew Weil says this about bloodroot;

“…one alternative to these procedures that I can suggest is using bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis), a small woodland herb that grows in the north central United States and Canada. The red juice from the root is poisonous when taken internally, but used externally has a unique ability to dissolve abnormal growth without disturbing normal tissue.”

A quality source for bloodroot salve can be found at this site:

Step 3 “apply the bloodroot”

Using a Q-tip or your pinky finger, apply enough bloodroot to cover the

Wart, mole, or skin tag you want to get rid of. Once the spot is well covered, apply a bandage over it so that the bloodroot is not wiped off.

Step 4 “check the area and re-apply if needed”

Every two days, remove the bandage, apply fresh bloodroot, and put a new

bandage on. This will ensure that there is a sufficient concentration of the

Bloodroot working on the spot.

Step 5 “repeat process until it’s gone”

Repeat this two day cycle until the wart, mole, or skin tag has receded to the same level as the surrounding skin. Typically you will see results within the first week, and rarely does it take greater than a month for the entire process to be completed. To read what others have experienced using bloodroot, go to and click on the link in the left column that says “Moles, warts, and skin tag Testimonials”.

This 5 step solution will save you a lot of time, money, and aggravation, so start today and rid yourself of those annoying and unsightly growths!

About the author

Thomas Von Ohlen, MS is a clinical nutritionist and developer of Plasma Pro software for doctors. After suffering for many years as a child and young adult with his own health ailments, he dedicated all his time to finding the truth about health. Today he continues that same dedication to helping others who are sick and tired of being sick and tired. In his 15 years in private practice he has helped thousands of people, from all over the world achieve their health goals through education and specific product recommendations. His FREE newsletter is available at