I have an massive, inoperable breast tumor, larger than the breast itself. I seem to be doing OK on a variety of non-standard treatments, but nothing can touch this tumor. I heard that escharotic salves could be used on such a large tumor, and I puchase a book on the topic http://www.cancersalves.com/publications/book.html.
However it seems to be long on details and short on practical help, and the author has not been helpful herself with specific information. I need someone who can supply me with a appropriate salve, instruct me on how to use it, monitor periodically, via email, photos etc. if necessary, Do you know of anyone who can help me? I am very eager to get started.
I think the quickest way to get some help would be talking with Susun. She runs a free health hotline on Tuesday evenings on blogtalkradio, 7:30-9:30 pm EST. Call in with your questions 1-646-929-2463 or email ahead of time to email@example.com.
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Susun does offer a recipe for black salve in her book Breast Cancer? Breast Health but it looks like you already have recipes from your book? But trying to find some salve already prepared? If at all possible, it would be best to try and prepare your own to insure quality or you can try our boards at the Wise Woman Forum. Some rooms that would be good to post in would be :
You may be able to find someone who can at least supply you with salve.
I will go ahead and include Susun's recipe here in case you would like it:
Black Ointment (formula from Dr. Christopher's school of Natural Healing)
1 part Chaparral (Larrea tridentata) twigs and leaves
1 part Red Clover Blossoms (Trifolium pratense)
1 part Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) root and/or leaves
1 part Plantain (Plantago major or P. lanceolata) leaves
1 part Chickweed (Stellaria media) herb
1 part Mullein (Verbascum thapsus) leaves and/or flowers.
Prepared infused herbal oils with as many of these herbs as you can find fresh and in good condition. Not necessary to have them all. Melt 1 ounce/30 grams of pine tar into every 5 ounces of infused oil along with enough beeswax to make a soft ointment.
You can also use fresh or dried plants from any of the above to make a poultice.
Some from Susun in her book on black salves: "Escharotic salves usually combine one or more caustic herbs and a mineral, e.g., zinc chloride, in a fatty base. The salve is applied thickly to a bandage which is then taped over the site of the cancer and left for 24 hours, even if the area becomes hot and painful. These salves are said to dissolve or pull out cancerous masses. They may blister and discolor the skin over the cancer, which, as it dies, will form a series of scabs. These scabs must be kept moist with salve, but allowed to come off naturally. Treatment is complete and salves are discontinued when no more scabs form. A feeling of heaviness at the site of the tumor and a foul odor may accompany the treatment. Black Ointment, page 304, is a classic example of an escharotic salve. Caution: The area of application must be kept tightly taped. • Sometimes a soothing second salve, such as Yellow Salve, page 302, is alternated with the escharotic salve."
Also Poke root is used for large tumors - You can try grated fresh root as a poultice, this is however, very strong and can damage healthy tissue as well. Infused poke root oil can be used instead if one wishes, rubbing the oil generously over the tumor, putting a flannel cloth over it and then a hot water bottle (no heating pads). Leave on for as long as is comfortable - repeat at least twice a day.
Again, you are most welcome to set up a consultation with Susun for additional guidance. Please let me know if you need any additional assistance. We are here for you.