Have You Heard About Boron?

Have You Heard About Boron?

Boron, an Essential Mineral for Health Boron is an important but neglected mineral for your health. It occurs in soils that contain organic matter, and in the foods grown in those soils. The cheapest source of boron is borax - yes, the laundry helper and insecticide. Borax, due to its alkalinity, is more effective than boric acid. What Does it Actually Do For Us? Boron is a mineral essential for health, so it strengthens the immune system to fight cancer cells.  Boron is to the parathyroid gland what iodine is to the thyroid. It is vital for regulation of the absorption and metabolism of calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. Boron also protects against fluoride toxicity.  Without sufficient boron, we lose calcium from the teeth and bones. A boron supplement can reduce the loss of calcium by almost 50% so it's useful for osteoporosis.  The cell walls require boron to function properly. Boron also helps correct the levels of sex hormones in our systems. Women are successfully taking boron to raise hormone...
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The Death of a Skin Tumor

The Death of a Skin Tumor

Eschar"What a crazy looking thing that is!" you may be thinking. It certainly looks like something from a weird science fiction movie, don't you think?It has a name: these things are called an "eschar" - it's a scab actually. You can see more of them in the image gallery below. It's a rubbery mixture of dead tumor cells, bloodroot, skin, blood cells,and all manner of things. What you see is the death of a skin tumor.But why?Here's the thing. A plant called "bloodroot" (Sanguinaria canadensis) has been used by native Americans for ever to treat all sorts of skin problems. It grows in the colder regions of North America, mainly in Canada. When herbal mixtures are combined with a slightly caustic substance such as Zinc Chloride and applied ot the skin, it causes the formation of an eschar. This allows the body to expel the dead tissue, including the tumor. In Europe, herbalists and healers have added a caustic substance (mainly zinc chloride) to...
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Rose Loves Bloodroot

Rose Loves Bloodroot

Rose Was A Skeptic Until She Tried Bloodroot for Herself! Rose Writes: I was a bit skeptical when I ordered the blood root salve a few months back. But seeing that I am 65 years old I thought I would give it a try because my chances of getting cancer were getting stronger due to my age. Results with Bloodroot Salve After I received it I tried it on a couple of spots on my stomach that were very small but were itchy.  Well lo and behold, they reacted, one more than the other.  I used it a couple of times before I felt comfortable that there was nothing left.  It seemed pretty much on the surface so I thought if it was cancer then I had caught it early.  Results with Bloodroot Capsules Then I started using the capsules - and I got a sore on my left thigh!  I used the salve and had a ball the size of a nickel come out.  It took about two weeks to heal as it drained...
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