Is black ointment, a paste made from blood roots, safe and effective in treating skin cancer?
“Despite warnings from the American Academy of Dermatology and being listed as a “fake cancer treatment” by the Food and Drug Administration, black ointment still remains. Promotion on the Internet through unsubstantiated anecdotes and claims as a natural alternative treatment for skin cancers…and a variety of additional ailments.” As I discuss in my video Black ointment as an alternative treatment for cancerusually it contains A caustic chemical called zinc chloride, as well as blood root, a local herb that might be considered poison ivy on steroids. Ironically, people Search It is used as a “natural” remedy when it is often a soup of caustic chemicals that are a fungal “eating” topical agent capable of indiscriminately killing Harmful Both healthy and diseased tissues… “Not surprisingly, this is not what the claims on the Internet are saying. Although the black ointment is touted as a selective treatment that kills only cancer cells and abnormal tissue, it is quite the opposite. he is True in some cases. Some cancer cells resist harmful effects better than normal cells. In fact, normal skin cells can is being More susceptible to the toxic effects of cancer cells. When tissue samples taken Of the lesions from black ointment treatments, damage to normal tissues is easily evident.
Can burn through and leave you like an extra nostril, as you can see in 1:19 in my videoOr, even worse, a single nostril. This is not just a ‘buyer’ Be careful“But the viewer is warned, because some of the pictures I show at 1:30 in my country video She is drawing. For example, you can see a picture that shows a person burnt part of their faces. If the black ointment is applied to the nose, you may have a cosmetic defect, but if you apply it to your face, it can lead to Eat All the way down to the artery. The irony is that when users were asked why they decided to order the black ointment from the internet, they said it was because they feared “pain, scarring, and treatment failure with conventional techniques,” but then a lot more. is over Even with “distorted” distortions. In contrast, after conventional treatment to surgically remove skin cancers, nine out of ten reported satisfactory cosmetic results.
About three-quarters of the black ointment users surveyed “were not aware of the potential side effects of the black ointment treatment.” OK, but does it work? “Because of his grunt [tissue-sloughing] Character, corrosive black ointment products may destroy Both cancerous and healthy skin to a degree eliminates local cancer, but leaves an unpleasant aesthetic result. In addition, without a biopsy, there can be no guarantee of complete eradication of the cancer. If the remaining cancer cells persist, the risk of recurrence and/or metastasis remains.” This is perhaps the biggest concern. People tend to Think That if the mole or lesion is gone, the cancer is gone, but that may not be the case. It may be a malignant tumor persist Under the black ointment scar tissue extends under the skin [under the skin] before it becomes clinically evident.”
For example, there was a case study of a woman”diagnosed With the spread of superficial melanoma, which decided Treat The pest…[with] black ointment” against the advice of a dermatologist. By the time she was seen again, a few years later, the melanoma had spread to lymph nodes, lungs, and liver. Had she been treated earlier and removed, her prognosis would have been good: nearly 90 percent of the chances “Disease-free 10-year survival.” But, when it returned after its spread, “expected ten-year survival for stage IV melanoma (lung metastases) [was] 2.5%. From 90 percent to less than 3 percent.
This is the second paradox. “Traditional Allopathic Medicine she has A track record of success in treating skin cancer.” Skin cancer is one of the few types of cancer that we are good at treating. We can catch it very early because we can see it already appearing and so we cut it out easily. So, conventional surgery she has The cure rate is up to 99% for basal cell carcinoma, the most common type of skin cancer, it is 95% successful in treating squamous cell carcinoma, and it is up to 90% effective in the most common type of skin cancer. With treatment abroad [like black salve]there he is There is no scientifically documented evidence of efficacy”—during the period, as no clinical trials were ever conducted. So, all we are left with are glorified anecdotes with “results” Term From patient satisfaction, unacceptable scarring, to recurrent invasive tumor to ulcer complications, to death due to definitive delayed treatment.”
So, why do people use black slave? Well, why do cancer patients generally seek alternative treatments? Yes, some of them he is Because of “misinformation”, that is, deception by sellers of snake oil, but much of it may stem from “negative experiences” with the current medical system. Many of those who rejected conventional treatments described their oncologists as “terrifying,” “cold,” “disinterested,” “unnecessarily harsh,” “thinking they were God,” and “don’t even know.” [their] Names. Some said… their doctors became hostile when asked about treatment recommendations.” Of those who refused conventional treatment, “almost all described the way they were treated as impersonal, and few believed their doctors were working for them. The naysayers said they left conventional medicine in search of more interested practitioners who offered hope, encouragement, and a less toxic treatment.” Looking back, many said that a “best first experience with their doctors might have made a difference in the course of treatment they ultimately chose.” They said they would have accepted conventional treatment earlier if they felt they had caring doctors who “treated them with respect.”
- Black salve is still promoted online as a natural alternative treatment for skin cancers despite warnings from the American Academy of Dermatology and its listing as a “fake cancer treatment” by the Food and Drug Administration.
- The black ointment usually contains zinc chloride, a caustic chemical, as well as blood root, a local herb thought to be poison ivy on steroids.
- Described as a selective treatment that kills only cancer cells and abnormal tissue, it is a “topical erosive agent.” [is] Capable of indiscriminate damage to both healthy and diseased tissues.
- The black ointment is so corrosive that it can burn the skin down to the artery – it even burns parts of your face.
- Ironically, users of the black ointment reported a fear of “pain, scarring, and treatment failure” with conventional skin cancer treatments, but may have ended up disfigured and disfigured by an alternative sham treatment.
- People often think that if a mole or lesion is gone, the cancer is gone, but that may not be the case, and without a biopsy, there is no guarantee that the cancer will be completely eradicated. “Malignancy may persist under the scar tissue black ointment” and result in recurrence or metastasis.
- The second paradox is that traditional surgery for skin cancer has a cure rate of 99% for the most common types of skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma), a success rate of approximately 95% for squamous cell carcinoma, and an effect of up to 90% for most types of skin cancer. A common type of skin cancer, but there is no scientifically documented evidence of the effectiveness of treatments such as black ointment.
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The black ointment reminds me of the story of shark cartilage. We see Dangers of shark cartilage supplements And the Shark cartilage supplements tested to treat cancer.
Michael Greer, MD
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