1 Day of use 1. ESCHAR FORMATION
This is the first in a
progressive series of photographs taken following the
application of Black salve on a cancerous skin lesion,
this one on the forearm of a middle-aged user from Ohio
(USA). The example above involves one of the more
serious types of skin cancer: melanoma. The photograph
below shows that only 30 hours of use, the
entire neoplasm has formed into a scab, or "eschar." The
cancer is completely dying, but the healing process has
4 Days Later
2. EDEMA & ISOLATION --
There is a buildup of antibodies and serum in the
surrounding tissue. As is often typical of edema, there
is a reddening and a general puffiness. The degree can
vary considerably from case to case, but in all ways it
is an important part of the body's healing process.
The Black Salve
has successfully triggered the body's immune system and
the necrosis is recognized as an invasive agent. The
eschar becomes better defined from the surrounding,
healthy, non-cancerous tissue.
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3. ESCHAR CONTAINMENT --
The eschar begins to dry up like any other scab.
As healthy dermal layers are formed beneath the eschar,
which nears perfect and separate formation, it is slowly
ejected from the body. Edema and redness disappear.
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5. DECAVITATION --
Now back at the body... a decavitated area
remains where the tumor was ejected. Epidermal layers
have not completely formed, so to the lay person the
area can look extremely raw and unprotected.
Nonetheless, in the thousands of cases we have been
involved in, never once have we had a case of secondary
infection resulting from the process. You can add
petroleum jelly or a healing slave to further minimize scarring and aid
the healing process.
6. FINAL HEALING --
The epidermal layers have come in. There is
usually minimal scarring and discoloration, where
instructions have been thoroughly followed. In time even
the little scarring seen at right will be marginalized.