According to Health Food Corner, black salve is an ancient Native American balm which is believed to be a potent anticancer cure but it has been hidden from the Western world for decades. This natural remedy is believed to be of great aid for the overall health and it is a mixture of herbs that possess exceptional medicinal properties.
It is claimed to have the capacity to expel tumors, fungi, and yeast from the body. It is called black because of its color which is a result of the active ingredient known as bloodroot.
What Kind of Herb Is Bloodroot?
This herb is native to eastern North America and for a long period of time, it has been used for the treatment of a long list of health problems, including swelling, infections, coughing, skin tags, moles and skin cancer.
The main component of bloodroot is sanguinarine which is believed to have anticancer, antimicrobial, antiangiogenic, and antimicrotubule characteristics.
Claimed Benefits of Black Salve
- Improves the blood flow through the body
- Betters the oxygen levels
- Fights off polyps, fungus, and skin tags
- It can be used topically or ingested orally
How to Make Your Own Black Salve
You will need:
3 tbsp of comfrey, calendula, and plantain mixture
2 tsp of shea butter
2 tbsp of organic coconut oil
2 tbsp of beeswax
A tsp of vitamin E oil
2 tbsp of activated carbon
2 tbsp of kaolin clay
2 tbsp of honey, raw
20 drops of lavender essential oil
Preparation: To make the mixture, saturate the three plants in the oil for a period of one month in a jar. Make sure it is well closed. After the four weeks, boil some water and put the jar in it. Add the shea butter, coconut oil, beeswax, honey, and vitamin E in it and stir it with a wooden spoon until it becomes liquid.
Remove the jar from the hot water, and add the kaolin, activated carbon, and the lavender. Mix the balm and transfer it into small containers and close them. Keep it in a dark and cool area.
Use: On a previously cleaned area, massage it with the balm and then attach it with gauze. Leave it like that for several hours and then remove the gauze.