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Apple Seed

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Posted - 02/25/2016 :  08:50:32  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Taken from Black Salve Info site:

"Detecting Skin Cancers:

Quite often people will use the black salve and get a great result, and out of concern for other possible skin cancers, they will smear the salve in large areas of the body to see if they have an immune response. This is not advisable, as the salve should only be used on 1-2 inch squares of the skin because of its potency. We have had reports from patients who have tried a new body wash that is very effective in detecting spots where cancers and other skin abnormalities are hiding in the skin.

The product is called "Total Care Body Wash" from Best On Earth Products the makers of the black salve we use, and it is spread all over the skin during the normal bathing process. There is also a shampoo which does the same thing for the scalp. From what people are saying, sometime after using the wash, little black spots and sometimes red patches will develop on the surface of the skin after using the body wash. This is a way to do what is called "spot hunting".

When you see a spot arise after using the wash for a few weeks, then you can put some black salve directly on that spot and see what happens. Typically you will see the same eschar response on such spots. This really helps to get specific with identifying where another abnormal tissue may be so you can eliminate it. The Total Body Wash has also been reported to help tremendously with eczema, psoriasis, and acne. It is formulated with the same herbs as the salves only with less potency and some light modifications to help the skin itself. Happy spot hunting, and if you use any black salve products please let us know your experience with them so we may add to our testimonials so that other seekers of black salves may be encouraged!"

Has anyone tried this product?
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