These pictures of a skin growth between the breasts are followed by this womans account of the removal with black salve.
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I am a 55 year old female living in
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.
Thank you Lynn, I am currently treating a BCC skin cancer in that exact area with Black Salve as I was told by my skin specialist that the scarring would be quite large from surgery. I was worried because it is presenting as lots of pustules and long areas of what looks like the same stuff as you had. You have totally given me hope that I am okay and it is coming out correctly. Janet
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