Why Do They Want You to be Afraid of Escharotics?

Why Do They Want You to be Afraid of Escharotics?

What Do You Know About Escharotics? An escharotic is a mixture of a herb (or botanical) with a mineral (usually a mild caustic). Escharotics have been around for literally centuries; documents from the sixteenth century describe how to make and use them. These mixtures are traditionally used for "neoplasms" - new growths - tumors and lesions of various kinds, both malignant and benign. They are so called because they cause the growth to become eschar or scab - dead tissue. Thousands of people are now using bloodroot escharotic to remove skin cancers, and even those below the skin.  What Can Bloodroot Do? American settlers found the Indians using the root of this plant (now called sanguinaria canadensis) in many ways. They made red body paint, medicines, and treated growths and tumors. The root was prepared in different ways. Early American physicians began to use bloodroot for their patients.  Mohs (medically acclaimed) chemosurgery technique used bloodroot and zinc chloride. This was basically the same formula...
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