I know, this stuff looks pretty weird, but it works like nothing else!

The only downside is that there are a lot of ingredients to gather, but it’s worth it.

And frankly, it’s easy to make once you have all of the ingredients.

So why would you need Indian Black Salve in the first place?

One thing people often go into the hospital for is to check on skin abnormalities or moles that may be cancerous. To me, it’s crazy that people go in to check for skin cancer from a mole when they can do a few simple things at home to remove the mole, whether it’s cancerous or not.

You can save yourself a lot of time, money, stress and worry by just following the idea in this article.

There is a simple recipe known as Indian Black Salve that is an excellent way to treat moles, skin tags, and even skin cancer.

One of the main key ingredients in this Indian Black Salve is bloodroot. Bloodroot is a herb native to Canada and the United States. It has been used to treat everything from warts, to moles, skin tags, cherry angiomas, and even skin cancer.  Bloodroot is also effective internally as a treatment for breast, ovarian, bladder, and other cancers even including bone cancer.


What You’ll Need:

Pau D’arco

Burdock Root


Yellow Dock

Prickly Ash Bark

Calendula flowers



10% Bentonite clay

Activated Charcoal


Each of these links above is clickable to the individual root, bark, clay or herb needed. It’s important to note that there are multiple Indian Black Salve recipes. This is just one of them, specifically for skin tags, moles or cancerous skin in general.

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