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One thing people often go into the medical system for is to check on skin abnormalities or moles that may be cancerous. To me, it’s crazy that people actually go in to check for skin cancer from a mole when they can do a few simple things at home to reduce that mole, whether it’s cancerous or not.

You can save yourself a lot of time, money, stress and worry by simply following the idea in this article.

There is a simple recipe known as Indian Black Salve that is an excellent way to treat moles, skin tags and even skin cancer.

One of the main key ingredients in this Indian Black Salve is bloodroot. Bloodroot is an herb native to Canada and the United States. It has been used to treat everything from warts, to moles, skin tags, cherry angiomas, and even skin cancer. Bloodroot is also effective internally as a treatment for breast, ovarian, bladder, and other cancers even including bone cancer.

How To Make Indian Black Salve

What You’ll Need:
– Pau D’arco
– Burdock Root
– Yarrow
– Yellow Dock
– Prickly Ash Bark
– Calendula flowers
– Bloodroot
– Sarsaparilla
– 10% Bentonite clay
– Activated Charcoal
– 2% DMSO

Each of these links above is clickable to the individual root, bark, clay or herb needed. It’s important to note that there are multiple Indian Black Salve recipes. This is just one of them, specifically for skin tags, moles or cancerous skin in general.

How To Prepare:

1. Use equal parts of Pau D’arco, Burdock Root, Yarrow, Yellow Dock, Prickly Ash Bark, Calendula flower, Sarsaparilla, in a small glass jar. 4-drops of each of these works fine. This will be 28-drops of these together in a small glass jar.
2. Then, add 7 drops Bloodroot.
3. Next, add a few pinches of Bentonite clay and Activated Charcoal each.
4. Next, add the 2% DMSO cream, As much of the the DMSO cream is required to make it the consistency you like.
5. Mix these liquids, powders and cream with your pointer finger and thumb. Keep mixing until it turns into a paste consistency. You can always add more herbs, clay, charcoal or cream to thicken or liquify as needed to create a paste to your liking, whether thinner or thicker. The ingredients are still there, mixed and working together and that’s what counts.

This should turn out as a black paste. The activated charcoal is what turns it into this paste. You can apply this to your skin tags, moles or skin cancer and leave on until it dries. I recommend leaving this on these part of your skin until you shower next. This could be an hour or 3 hours. When done simply wash off with warm water in the shower or bath.

You can use the Indian Black Salve daily if you’d like. If you want you can make a larger batch and store in a glass container or jar in your fridge for daily use. You can also add coconut oil additionally to spread it out and to allow the herbs and oils to penetrate your skin deeper.

Additional ingredients you could add are Organic Moringa Oil (found here) which many people have used to successfully treat skin cancer. You can also use liquid graviola extract (an herb from the amazon rainforest) specifically for moles and skin cancer as well.

Good luck with the Indian Black Salve paste!

I recommend to be very cautious and using it in very small amounts to start. This is a strong salve as you can imagine that it heals skin cancer and eats away at moles and skin tags. Use in small quantities and increase slightly as you feel comfortable.
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One thing people often go into the medical system for is to check on skin abnormalities or moles that may be cancerous. To me, it’s crazy that people actually go in to check for skin cancer from a mole when they can do a few simple things at home...