Before using Bloodroot Salve

Before using Bloodroot Salve

This is a repost of an article on Cancer Compass Alternate Route, many thanks to the author who is a member of our FB Bloodroot Discussion Group. We strongly urge you to read the complete article.  Before using bloodroot salve: Educate yourself about this entire process before using black salve for any reason It is recommended that you find a knowledgeable individual to guide you through this process and have a reliable support system available to assist you with questions- – whether this is a friend or family member who is capable of keeping you focused or providing care for you if you cannot take care of things yourself, and then join an internet support group with experienced users to help with any questions or provide guidance should that be needed. Do only one area at a time as you don’t want to overwhelm your immune system’s ability to respond. Clean and dry the suspected area thoroughly before applying black salve. Rubbing alcohol and a a cotton ball...
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A Nutritional Solution to Depression

A Nutritional Solution to Depression

About Depression The great majority of us will experience a "reactive" depression during our lives, in response to a death or disaster. Others experience depression as a chronic condition. “While many think of their brain as the organ in charge of their mental health, your gut may actually play a far more significant role.”—Dr. Joseph Mercola An estimated 40 percent of people will experience depression, and only 20 percent of these seeks treatment from a doctor. Less than one third report that the drugs help. For those who want to feel better without the side-effects of drugs, there are nutritional and lifestyle alternatives to antidepressants. Herbal Treatments Unfortunately, over half of Americans still erroneously believe that depression is a character flaw, so shame and embarrassment keep them from seeking professional help. For these reasons and more, 80% of people with depression symptoms never get medical treatment. Treating depression with prescription drugs has largely been a failure. There’s a surprising array of herbal supplements that may be better than prescription antidepressants. Some of the best are Arctic...
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Natural Relief from Gout

Natural Relief from Gout

What is Gout? Gout is a type of arthritis (joint inflammation) caused by a buildup of uric acid in the body. Uric acid is produced from the breakdown of purines, which are found naturally in the body and in meats, seafoods, alcohol, and fructose. The excess uric acid accumulates in the joints, and leads to inflammation and severe, often sudden pain. Gout typically affects the feet, especially the big toe, but can cause pain in ankles, knees, elbows, wrists, and fingers. Men seem to be more at risk for gout than women. About Uric Acid... The accumulation of uric acid, or hyperuricemia, can occur over years. Some researchers believe gout is caused by an imbalance in the body’s pH. They feel that uric acid is a result of the body's attempt to rebalance pH, and and it may be remedied by alkalizing foods and beverages. Conventional Treatment Some standard treatments for gout include: Over-the-counter nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) Colchicine: A low daily dose may be prescribed after an acute attack to prevent future attacks. Corticosteroids:...
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Treatment of Cherry Angiomas

Treatment of Cherry Angiomas

Black Salve and Cherry Angiomas I have had a few people ask about removing cherry angiomas with Black Salve, and have heard stories where it worked. But there are easier and cheaper ways. Here is some helpful info I found at www.earthclinic.com While you may be used to seeing moles on your skin, you may be  concerned about a “mole” that appears red in color. While a cherry angioma may appear more daunting than a mole, these benign growths are actually cause for little concern. If you do desire to remove a cherry angioma, though, you typically can do so using natural products like iodine, apple cider vinegar, and tea tree oil. What Is a Cherry Angioma? It is defined as a benign growth that is made up of blood vessels. They are generally bright cherry-red, from the size of a pinhead to about ¼ inch. An angioma may be smooth or stick out from the skin. While the actual cause of these skin growths is unknown,...
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