WARNING : Users of Cansema, Black Salve, or other escharotics should check the legality of these products in their country or political jurisdiction. Cancer Tutor does NOT currently recommend Cansema/Black Salve for topical, or any other use at this time. If you decide to use Cansema, Black Salve, escharotics or any other alternative protocol, they assume all risk and liability.
The information below is for informational purposes only.
Users of Cansema or other escharotics should check the legality of these products in their political jurisdiction. With small growths (1/8″ or less) sensations are minimal, but with larger growths, a significant pain response frequently occurs. Therefore, users should know the techniques involved in minimizing potential discomfort.
Additionally, although most application areas heal with little or no scarring, scarring is possible, so those concerned with this, especially where the treatment area is quite visible — face, neck, arms, legs, etc. — should be aware of “aftercare” products for wound healing acceleration and scar minimization, some of which are available at local pharmacies.
- Cansema testimonials (1992-2016)
Lastly, the makers of Cansema provide free consultations for both end users and practitioners using trained professionals. They can be reached at email@example.com
Black Herbal and Country Comfort Golden Seal-Myrrh Herbal ointments
Raw Foods chef and educator Paul Nison has been eating a raw food diet since he was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis. According to the medical profession, he had one choice: surgery.
However, Paul made a life-changing decision: He stopped eating all cooked foods. Today he is 100 percent cured of that so-called “incurable disease” — and still eats a raw food diet.
Paul has been featured on The Food Network and in several magazines and newspapers around the world. He travels the world giving lectures on the raw food nutrition and raw food prep classes to show people how easy and fun the raw life can be.
So, what do raw foods have to do with Cansema? Well, Paul's Raw Life Health Foods focuses on natural — including natural remedies for Cansema.
Raw Life Health Foods' Black Herbal Ointment formulation works quite effectively when applied topically. The active ingredients include standardized herbal extracts of Red Clover (Trifoinum Pratense), Sheep Sorrel (Rumex Acetosella), Bloodroot (Sanguinaria Canadensis), Gaiangal (Alpina Officinal), and Tri-Calcium Phosphate synergistic blend of minerals and herbs.
Also, the herbal properties of golden seal and myrrh gum powder combine to make a most effective ointment. Raw Life Health Foods' Golden Seal-Myrrh Herbal Savvy is used for infections, cuts, wounds, hemorrhoids, shingles, psoriasis, eczema, scrapes, and any kind of sore.
Amazon Black Topical Salve
The Amazon Black Topical Salve (aka “Cansema”) which contains zinc chloride and the herb bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis), among other substances, has been used for treating skin cancers, melanoma, and tumors — although it has other medicinal indications.
The use of this type of treatment dates back at least to the time of Paracelsus, 500 years ago, and perhaps even longer into antiquity. It was the subject of extensive clinical studies in London in the 1850s, and a variety of U.S. patents which have been successfully filed during the past 150 years. The first version of Moh's surgery employed a “Cansema-like” topical preparation.
Most escharotics, Cansema included, contain zinc chloride (ZnCl2), an antiseptic caustic. Combined with bloodroot and/or other herbals with hydroquinones, this mixture causes an “escharotic reason” to be initiated in the presence of malignant tissue. A properly made escharotic will not react with healthy tissue; however, if serious, pre-existing systemic issues exist, a reaction to what is thought to be healthy tissue is possible.
Bloodroot has been used historically in numerous topical preparations for the treatment of various skin cancers, and also for sores, warts, eczema, and other dermal & epidermal problems. Most skin cancer salves contain bloodroot. Sometimes you hear that products containing bloodroot should not be taken internally. While this is true in general, there are new products (e.g. the herb slippery elm), which when combined with bloodroot, make it easier on the stomach.
The makers of Cansema provide ingredient statements for the variations of their salves in the Cansema FAQ section. However, speaking more generally and historically, most escharotics contain one or more of the following ingredients:
- Zinc chloride (Cl2Zn)
- Chaparral (of which there are five species in the American hemisphere, including Larrea mexicana, Larrea tridentata, Larrea divericata, etc.) The most medicinally active compound in chaparral is believed to be NDGA (nordihydrogauaretic acid).
- Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) — which contains more than 60 different alkaloids, of which the most active is thought to be sanguarene.
- Galangal root (Alpinia officinarium) or ginger root (Zingiber officinale)
- Graviola leaf (Annona muricata) — (medical properties)
- Bitter melon seed (Momordica charantia) — (medical properties)
- Glycerine (used as a humectant, to keep the product moist)
Note: All of the herbs above can be toxic if taken internally and in excess.
Variations of these formulas have several names including Amazon Black Topical Salve, Cansema Black Tropical Salve, TumorX, etc.
More information on black salve
The Meditopia website contains a complete history of Cansema and escharotics, in general, on the Internet. Read Chapters 1, 2, and 4. They discuss the extensive history of the 150-plus-year suppression of escharotic preparations. The site provides information on how you can make effective escharotics for yourself. It also has extensive references and a bibliography. There is free access to all content.
The AltCancer.net website is an archived copy of the original Omega Labs site, before the targeting of Cansema by the FDA in 2003 and the destruction of the Alpha Omega Labs in the U.S. Again, it includes extensive testimonials. This site is informational only.
More information can be found at these sites:
- Amazon Black Tropical Salve — Original and official product by the developers of Cansema
- Black Salve Info — Information and testimonials
- Minnesota Wellness — General article on Cansema
- CancerSalves — More on the history of ingredients
- CancerSalves — Article on zinc chloride and bloodroot
- Alpha Omega — Testimonials
- Dr. Mercola — Sunlight helps prevent skin cancer
Another excellent herb used for skin cancer is Flueggea Leucopyrus; it dries up cancer. You make a paste of the leaves and apply it to cancer while also taking it in the form of a tea or porridge. Put leaves in a blender, over-cook some rice, and when nearly dry add the blended strained juice to it. You can also add some coconut milk for taste. You also can add garlic, ginger and/or some small red onions while the rice is cooked.
Every therapeutic approach has its supporters and detractors. A representation of the contrary view as it relates to black salves would be Buyer beware: A black salve caution in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.