Bloodroot Paste Information
Bloodroot is a perennial flowering plant which is native to eastern North America. Bloodroot Paste is also known as Black Salve or Cansema. It was developed in 1936 by Frederick E. Mohs, M.D.
Bloodroot Paste can be used to remove cancerous melanomas and spots. If the spot is not cancerous there will be no reaction, such as a tingly biting feeling on the skin with-in 30 minutes of applying the paste, and then you can remove the paste okay, as it does not need treatment.
When using Bloodroot Paste you may find that the area is quite painful while the salve is drawing out the cancerous lesion. DO NOT use the Bloodroot Paste on healthy tissue and always apply a barrier cream on the healthy skin surrounding the targeted spot, such as Natural Magic which helps the healing after the scab comes off too. Treat one growth at a time and never apply to a spot larger than a 10c coin (2cm). It may be necessary to take painkillers during this process.
It is important to support your immune system and maintain a healthy high Biogenic and Bioactive food diet to support and speed up the healing process. We recommend Vitamin C, Mineral Max 2000, Tri Guard Plus, and a course of Blood Purifying Tonic which includes Echinacea to support the immune system.
After application of Bloodroot Paste, the wound may become inflamed and painful. This is a completely normal part of the process and once the scab has come away you may be left with a scar. It could be slightly larger than that of the mole or cancer you were originally treating as Bloodroot Paste can draw out any cancer from areas under the skin you cannot see. See info in Bloodroot pack.
The information is not a substitution for professional advice and guidance. It does not cover all possible uses, actions, precautions, side effects, or interactions of this product. We specifically disclaim all responsibility for any liability, loss or risk, personal or otherwise, which is incurred as a consequence of the use of this product.