We are genuinely very proud of the formulation of our Bloodroot Salve, as well as all the excellent reviews and testimonials we have received over the years. We have spent a lot of time and energy providing our customers and friends with the platforms they need; they use them to communicate their experiences about their use of Bloodroot. We help each other, discuss hot topics and anything about Bloodroot pastes, Bloodroot Capsules, other Bloodroot products. We are proud of that too!
This Salve is the original product that got Zenith Herbal started long before the idea of also producing capsules even came up. At the time, we needed Black Salve ourselves and were joining all Bloodroot-related groups on Facebook (yes, before they banned it all in 2019). Alas, no real consensus on what was or was not an excellent black salve to buy, no way to measure that, and the prices seemed over the top, ranging from $60 to $120. So we started producing our own in Thailand (where we live) and started shipping directly to customers worldwide. In those days (2014), we could even offer Bloodroot products, including Salve, on Amazon! Imagine that! Glory days indeed.
More Features of Zenith Bloodroot Salve
- We supply the Bloodroot Salve in an Amber Glass Jar. The jar screens This extends the shelf life to about two years in the refrigerator.
- Shipping in the USA by USPS
- First Class Mail is free of charge.
- Priority Mail add $4.50
Bloodroot Salve by its other names
- Black Salve
- Cansema (Brand Name)
- Indian Mud
- Indian paint
- Drawing Salve
- Black Drawing Salve
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- Bloodroot Testimonials
- A Review of Black Salve: Cancer Specificity, Cure, and Cosmesis
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- Sanguinaria: /https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanguinaria
- Graviola: Graviola https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soursop
- Chaparral: Chaparral https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaparral
- Galangal: Galangal https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galangal
Bloodroot Salve FAQs
Q: HOW DO I USE BLOODROOT SALVE?
A: The first step to getting started using Bloodroot Salve is to gain adequate knowledge about what it is, how to use it, and the expected reactions and results. You can read more about Bloodroot and Bloodroot Salve on ZenithHerbal, or you can also learn a lot from our focus group discussions on Bloodroot.
If you feel confident about the knowledge you have about Salving and Bloodroot, you can follow the steps below.
Bloodroot Application Instructions
- Photograph the treatment area. It is best to use photographs to track the effects and progress of your Bloodroot Salve treatment. Do this periodically (every 2-3 days would be best)
- Carrying out a Skin test:
- Apply a small amount of Bloodroot Salve to a patch of healthy skin and cover for 24 hours.
- Expect minimum itching and redness.
- Allow 24 hours to check for any adverse skin reaction to the test area.
- Treatment may begin once a successful skin test has been carried out.
- Apply Salve over the lesion with a thickness of 2 mm and a maximum diameter of 20 mm, and then leave for 24 hours.
- Use pain relief as necessary. We recommend clove oil diluted in a carrier oil, otherwise Ibuprofen or similar will do just fine.
- Cover the treated area with a dressing or bandage to keep the Salve in place.
- Re-apply to Bloodroot Salve if it detaches from the skin.
- Remove the Salve with water if no strong inflammatory reaction (indicates that the salve is working) is detected and apply the Salve again in one to two days.
- In time, the dead lesion will rise and separate. This dead lesion is called the “eschar.” Allow this to detach unaided.
- If a patch of white tissue becomes present amongst pink tissue during treatment, you will most likely need to remove the rest of the lesion. Re-apply the Salve mixed with aloe vera gel or use a gentle salve.
- Re-apply Salve to the treatment area and allow it to work again if there is no reaction.
- Some treatment areas will require multiple applications. Multiple eschars may be ejected over this period.
Q: WHAT IS AN ESCHAROTIC?
A: Escharotics have been in use for centuries: Paracelsus (Swiss physician in the 1500s) documents their use and ingredients: a mineral caustic and a botanical. (Good Salve has a slightly base pH). Bloodroot Salve is a selective escharotic that kills only neoplasms, both cancerous and precancerous cells, and they become teachers.
Q: WHAT IS AN ESCHAR?
A: An Eschar is just a scab: we’ve all had one, and it’s composed mainly of dead tissue cells and dead blood cells, primarily the white blood cells that give their bodies to fight the invader. Scabs form as part of a healing process.