Solvestrols at work

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RE: Salvestrols didn't work...

by logical on Fri Feb 06, 2015 12:11 PM

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It is disappointing that interest in this blog appears to have died out. I have started a blog on Salvestrol Cream here:

http://www.cancercompass.com/message-board/message/all,82624

but so far there has been no response. I am hoping to hear how people have used the cream and what the results are. 

RE: Salvestrols didn't work...

by jesichashope on Fri Feb 06, 2015 06:39 PM

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there is a group over in facebook called salvestrols and there are some that post there. 

Not sure how many are doing with it; some have gone on to add and try things more promising. It is disappointing that it did not live up to at least what I hoped to see. But some may have found otherwise. 

Look for the group you might fing more info there

RE: Salvestrols didn't work...

by Dr.David on Sun Mar 15, 2015 02:32 PM

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On Jun 27, 2014 6:43 PM AJoan wrote:

I have a question to ask anyone here who might know the answer.

Do you know of a powerful poultice that can eradicate a breast cancer lesion on the skin. Bloodroot or black salve is not something I'd like to do, because I don't want a bad burn or hole in my shoulder. Do you know something gentler that works? Would so appreciate knowing about it. My doctor thinks the therapy (what I'm ingesting) will eventually take it out. It's awful to look at. Needs to go.

Thanks. J

Just use Virgin coconut oil, mixed 50/50 with Bicarb (Arm and Hammer baking soda). Apply on the lesion. You can see results on Facebook- Heaven and Health Spa, just scroll .

RE: Salvestrols didn't work...

by Salsam on Fri Apr 08, 2016 09:38 AM

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On Mar 15, 2015 2:32 PM Dr.David wrote:

On Jun 27, 2014 6:43 PM AJoan wrote:

I have a question to ask anyone here who might know the answer.

Do you know of a powerful poultice that can eradicate a breast cancer lesion on the skin. Bloodroot or black salve is not something I'd like to do, because I don't want a bad burn or hole in my shoulder. Do you know something gentler that works? Would so appreciate knowing about it. My doctor thinks the therapy (what I'm ingesting) will eventually take it out. It's awful to look at. Needs to go.

Thanks. J

Just use Virgin coconut oil, mixed 50/50 with Bicarb (Arm and Hammer baking soda). Apply on the lesion. You can see results on Facebook- Heaven and Health Spa, just scroll .

Hi Gerrie, After a few cycles of chemo over the last two years I have cancer along the cavity of my right lung as well as a few lymph glands. I am currently receiving chemo ( gemcitabine with cisplatin ) on a three week cycle. I intend starting on Salvestrol Platinum but my concern is that a am not so sure about the absorption rate of my small intestines after all the chemo. Can I use the capsules as a suppository to get more absorption of the product into my blood?

RE: Salvestrols didn't work...

by Inde43 on Fri Apr 08, 2016 01:38 PM

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May I invite you to join our Facebook group 'Salvestrols and synergistic cancer remedies'? You can ask your question there if you like. We have some experts in the group! :)

RE: Salvestrols didn't work...

by GavinR on Mon May 30, 2016 10:10 PM

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Black Salve for internal tumours is a wild ride... capable of amazing results but not for the faint hearted. Surface tumours tend to be more manageable but can also become a major ordeal that you have to see through to victory in a decisive manner or risk creating a monster. No one should take the plunge with Black Salve without first reading Ingrid Naiman's book "Cancer Salves" from cover to cover. There are many options for powerful herbal salves, poultices, tinctures and boluses in it, many less dramatic than bloodroot. Just depends on your individual specifics... We are checking out Protocel at this stage. Looking like a very much more gentle approach and is recommended to be synergistically compatible with Solvestrols.

RE: Salvestrols didn't work...

by GavinR on Mon May 30, 2016 10:21 PM

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Black Salve for internal tumours is a wild ride... capable of amazing results but not for the faint hearted. Surface tumours tend to be more manageable but can also become a major ordeal that you have to see through to victory in a decisive manner or risk creating a monster. No one should take the plunge with Black Salve without first reading Ingrid Naiman's book "Cancer Salves" from cover to cover. There are many options for powerful herbal salves, poultices, tinctures and boluses in it, many less dramatic than bloodroot. Just depends on your individual specifics... We are checking out Protocel at this stage. Looking like a very much more gentle approach and is recommended to be synergistically compatible with Solvestrols.

RE: Salvestrols didn't work...

by jesichashope on Tue Jun 28, 2016 10:40 PM

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I agree, many that I have talked to that have used the black salve have developed horrid wounds. What people do not realize is the tumors go far under the skin and that is what opens up. Terrible scarring can occur. 
One thing no one understands is that cancer is not singular, meaning that tumor is not your cancer, it is and can be anywhere. If you kill off one tumor there can be a number of other places the cancer cells have set up camp and multiplying. Until there are billions of cells together there is not way of seeing them on conventional testing.
If you are wanting to rid your cancer you have to go to and eliminate the cause and all the pathogens that are the catayst for growth. It's simply not that easy to eliminate cancer. Reason why remedies are temporary at best in giving a bit more quality of life, not quantity.  
You have to set up a protocol that will address cancer from the beginning to its end.  

RE: Salvestrols didn't work...

by jesichashope on Tue Jun 28, 2016 11:41 PM

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I agree, many that I have talked to that have used the black salve have developed horrid wounds. What people do not realize is the tumors go far under the skin and that is what opens up. Terrible scarring can occur. 
One thing no one understands is that cancer is not singular, meaning that tumor is not your cancer, it is and can be anywhere. If you kill off one tumor there can be a number of other places the cancer cells have set up camp and multiplying. Until there are billions of cells together there is not way of seeing them on conventional testing.
If you are wanting to rid your cancer you have to go to and eliminate the cause and all the pathogens that are the catayst for growth. It's simply not that easy to eliminate cancer. Reason why remedies are temporary at best in giving a bit more quality of life, not quantity.  
You have to set up a protocol that will address cancer from the beginning to its end.  

RE: Salvestrols didn't work...

by jesichashope on Tue Jun 28, 2016 11:41 PM

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I agree, many that I have talked to that have used the black salve have developed horrid wounds. What people do not realize is the tumors go far under the skin and that is what opens up. Terrible scarring can occur. 
One thing no one understands is that cancer is not singular, meaning that tumor is not your cancer, it is and can be anywhere. If you kill off one tumor there can be a number of other places the cancer cells have set up camp and multiplying. Until there are billions of cells together there is not way of seeing them on conventional testing.
If you are wanting to rid your cancer you have to go to and eliminate the cause and all the pathogens that are the catayst for growth. It's simply not that easy to eliminate cancer. Reason why remedies are temporary at best in giving a bit more quality of life, not quantity.  
You have to set up a protocol that will address cancer from the beginning to its end.  

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