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What I Did About My Skin Cancer

Robyn Openshaw - Aug 28, 2015 - This Post May Contain Affiliate Links

A skin cancer treatment no dermatologist will tell you about!

I was in a TV studio last week filming a segment about green smoothies, and the ladies who did the segment before me were dermatologists along with a company selling skincare products. When I told them this story . . . well, let’s just say I received the Look of Death. “Disapproval” would be a word far too mild.

They were less than pleased that I didn’t think spraying yourself with chemicals was helpful to your health. (This video talks about what kind of sunscreen I DO use if I have to be out too long.)

Disclaimer: please consult with a trusted healthcare professional before you make any decisions for yourself. I do not give health care advice. This is my story and I do not suggest you do what I did. It’s not for everyone. You should, however, know your options, the pros and cons.

To Your Health!

Robyn Openshaw

Posted in: Detox

43 thoughts on “What I Did About My Skin Cancer”

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  1. Cindy May says:

    Hi Robyn, quick question: You said you put the bandaids on, and then 4 or 5 days after the application of the black salve, the skin cancer fell out. You also mentioned following the directions you found on the internet. I went looking and found a ton of videos for black salve. So far most of them have said they removed the bandaid after 12 to 24 hours.

    I’m not sure what I should do. Is the best thing to do to leave the black salve covered by bandaids for 4 or 5 days? Or is it better to remove the bandaids after 24 hours?

    I’ve had two basal cell cancer spots removed (one left a huge scar). I’ve decided not to go the cut/burn route any longer. So black salve it is for me…just trying to clarify when to take the bandaids off. Thanks in advance for your help!


    1. Cindy May says:

      Hi- to save you time, you can disregard my question. I watched some more black salve videos, and found this web site that gives all the details that Robyn gave, plus a few others that answered my question 🙂

  2. Bev Emmenecker says:

    Thank you Robyn for your info… I love to learn about effective alternative therapies!

  3. Where can I order this skin cancer product? I have had melanoma surgically removed. Also have had several basil cell carcinoma and would really like to try this on the next one! Thanks, Laura

    1. Hi Laura, Robyn orders Cansema from its website. It ships from Brazil.

      1. Cindy May says:

        I’d love to hear Jessica’s answer. That is where I ordered it, and the Sangre de Drago also. They both are packaged exactly like what Robyn shows on the video. I’ve already applied it, and it’s working!

        1. Cindy May says:

          Also, it took me a while to figure out the details of how to use the salve. Robyn’s video plus this site were exactly what I needed: Hope that helps, Margie!

  4. SUSAN ALLEN says:

    Thank you for this information. I swim often and worry about this!

  5. Joy Cottrill says:

    I’m not sure if this is the correct place to comment for the blog challenge, however, I wish more people would try a more natural way to treat cancer, such as this, then with all the toxic chemicals being used on most.

  6. Cindy Bailey says:

    Awesome! Thanks so much for sharing this.

  7. Steven griffin says:

    Cindy May, I too have had some white bumps come to the surface within an inch of the places where I applied the black salve. It was like it had killed the routes that spread out from the main area, so I was glad to see them. I’ve never bandaged my areas, so they’ve always scabbed over without showing any white movie, but it sounds like it’s working well to kill the cancer for you. As I mentioned earlier, I leave the spots uncovered and spray colloidal silver throughout the day for about a week, and the scabs all falloff in about 7 to 8 days. Then after about another two weeks everything looks as good as new with no scars or any signs of issue.

    1. Cindy May says:

      Thank you so much Steven. Hearing that you had the same experience is helpful I am not going to bandage my arms next time. Turns out I was allergic to the bandage too, so my arms are a mess with a big red itchy rash plus the dying off cancer. YUCK! On my way to amazon to get some spray on colloidal silver. What I can’t figure out is why so many of the scabs aren’t falling out. But I’m not going to touch them. I was expecting a chunk of tissue to fall our as Robyn described, but nothing like that so far. The scabs are thinning out, but there are still some fairly good-sized ones that appear to be just sitting there. In any case, I can always go for round 2 if I need to. I’ll just let this play out.

      1. Steven griffin says:

        It sounds like you’ve had some extra challenges. I highly recommend the colloidal silver from Blue Ridge silver on Amazon. The 25 ppm colloidal silver is what I use, and it works great by preventing infection and helping everything heal more quickly. I’ve also read the colloidal silver kills cancer cells, so it should help there too. I hope everything works out for you.

        1. Diane Griffith says:

          I make my own colloidal silver. I use it for "everything." Right now I am using it in a nebulizer for COPD, and chronic cough. I am trying to get a friend to use it on newly discovered skin cancer. Google search it and learn to make your own. It will save you a lot of money. You will read where it kills viruses and bacteria. I make mine 25 to 30, PPM. Read up on it. I actually have one dr. that agrees with me. Most don’t. They would rather put you on a prescription. Pharmaceutical. Even the bible warns against pharmaceutical. It is natural, and cures most everything.

  8. Robin Wilding says:

    great vdo! I’ve used the salv before on my body never tried on my face, had serious operation to remove skin cancer , healed now but definitely don’t want that again. Never knew about the lemon advice, I’ll try it. Another thing I’ve used in the past to heal surface cancer on my neck and chin was fresh aloe vera, just taped jell on daily for about 2 -4 weeks and it totally healed it and never returned.

  9. Andrea says:

    Is this the same as ichtyol/ichthammol? I used to put this black paste/ointment on my acne as a teenager.

    1. I don’t know the answer to that either, but I am interested in the answer if GSG or anyone else posts it. Bless you Andrea. Cindy

  10. kfelix says:

    Read the article about Escharotic Salves on “” website. Worth researching, looks risky to me

    1. Greg Caton says:

      The Quackwatch article contains so many provably false statements that I was forced to confront that self-confessed Big Pharma shill, Steven Barrett, myself six years ago with the following article :

      As for not questioning the advice of dermatologists, read :

  11. Cindy May says:

    I am SO glad to know about the black salve. I assume you will know about or have seen pictures of what I’m going to tell you….below. But first, my question. I have 8 active bumps that I think are BCC. This all started back in September when I ordered the salve and applied on 3 tiny pebble rock hard bumps under my skin. They exploded with all kinds of stuff. I was thinking about getting them biopsied (really for curiosity), but just heard in the black salve FB page, that biopsies can cause cancer to spread. Have you ever heard this?

    I had 2 basal cell carcinomas (bccs) about 10 years. I had them both excised, one leaving a huge scar on my arm, and the other being a MOHs…can’t even tell anything was even done there. They were both just tiny circles of dry skin that never healed.

    I have the exact same arms as my dad, and he gets pre-cancers removed (frozen off?) every few months. I had the same dry spots on my forearms as I had before, and as my dad had. I had also developed 3 tiny hard pebbles under the skin on my arm and leg. I was curious what they were, and since I am my own doctor now–no MD’s for me thanks–, I ordered some black salve and applied. I won’t go into details, but let’s just say I have dozens of pictures of what has exploded out of my body. I think it’s fascinating, but my poor, sweet mom, finds pictures very hard to look at.

    I will say that the outcome of mine is FAR different from your neat and tidy outcome. I will send you pictures if you want. I’m still not done. I have 8 active bumps with all the pus and barbs and strings, and mold (yes mold) that come out. I am treating and retreating, because all roots have to be gone in order for it to be considered healed.

    I am in healing time-out right now 🙂 Will start again later if these don’t completely heal. And there are pictures in my black salve group that are far worse than mine.

    I’d do it all again in heartbeat. I had no idea I had all this garbage inside of me. Mine has a shallow root system, so it just spreads quickly as soon as it hits the salve. I get sattelite bumps. And my eschars are not deep at all. Still nice to get them out. Ever time I’ve applied salve cancer did not come out. I’ve learned quite a bit in this group. It’s been good. I’m also happy to send you an email with tips and tricks to keep the healing process under control, less painful for some people, and to reduce the number of times you have to retreat a spot. I’ve also noted that many women treat their breast cancer with this, and quite a few have said that their doctors told they they had clear margins, but they came home and put the black salve on it, and removed the rest of the cancer the doctor didn’t see. Interesting….really.

    1. Greg Caton says:

      Doctors have known going all the way back to Hippocrates that when you cut into cancers — even to do a biopsy — you cause the cancer to spread. Numerous studies and reports support this. See : . . . As for breast cancers, including Merkel’s, malignant phyllodes, and common ductal and invasive cell carcinomas, Cansema (Black Salve) is frequently used for treatment ( see : ). We have hundreds of pictorials and testimonials collected over 20+ years at :

      I don’t know which “black salve” you’re using, but if you keep having to come back to retreat, something is off. In our case, the directions are very straight-forward. See . . . certain “after care” products can actually inhibit the healing process, so you have to be careful. See :

      Other questions can be answered by writing to

      Greg Caton
      Alpha Omega Labs

      1. Robyn says:

        Hi Greg, you probably saw I found you and posted on FB. Funny thing is, I got your Amazon brand of black salve (formerly Cansema) and it’s the directions I was sent, and online, that talk about re-treating if the cancer went too deep and the topical treatment didn’t get it all. It makes sense to me that the topical can’t necessarily access cancerous cells beyond a quarter inch or so? I’m going to run a more detailed series of blog posts soon, after the big controversy and hundreds of comments on my FB page!

        1. Greg Caton says:

          You are correct, Robyn. But re-treatment is a matter of degree. With Amazon Black Salve (Amazon) you will normally have one or two “cycles” to ensure that all remnant cancer cells are cleared out. As an example, I did a pictorial of 5 growths I took out of my own body in 2009 and most of those were “one cycle.” A couple spots I had to hit twice. ( See bottom of : ).

          This stands in enormous contrast to something like Curaderm, where you have to apply twice daily for MONTHS to see results. It is far more expensive and there are side effects. See :

          LASTLY . . . Cathryn and I want to thank you for covering the subject of Black Salves, since even in the alternative media, there are those who are hesitant to discuss it openly. Many thanks and much gratitute . . .

          1. Robyn says:

            Well, Greg, I’m taking shots for it! Including from my influencer friends! But it seems RIDICULOUS to say that because it might scar, I shouldn’t tell people what I did. The cutting approach by dermatologists scars, too. Why does that whole profession get a free pass from scrutiny and QuackWatch? I’m going to review the pics at your link…..I have readers sending me their astonishing pics of using black salve, on Facebook Messenger and in email. I’m glad to know you have to apply it twice—I think I remember that this carcinoma I just burned off, I tried to burn it off when it was a pre-cancer, and I must not have gotten it all. A friend read my FB post, bought some salve from you, and he told me today he’s been reapplying every day after his shower. OUCH!

          2. Greg Caton says:

            Robyn — yes, multiple applications are often required, as discussed in the User Instructions ( . . . but the “OUCH” factor can usually be greatly mitigated, if not eliminated, by observing simple pain management techniques, where the size of the growth being removed requires it. See :

      2. Cindy May says:

        Greg, thanks a million for your email. I’ve been resalving for 2 reasons.. You can tell me what you think. My body is utterly sick. I have two other main ailments–severe fungal candida overgrowth being the one I think could affect me. I’m 45 and have been bedridden for 8 years.

        Since I am bedridden, I don’t go see doctors. I have a friend who is a naturopath and he helps me along the way. But leaving the house to get a biopsy isn’t something I can do really.

        I had 2 BCC spots about 10 years ago. Had them both excised. Over past decade tiny flesh colored bumps had appeared. Bumps were hard and not poppable. My husband really wanted to cut me open! I will mention that I had questions after watching the video. I finally joined the black salve FB group, and everybody does things differently. After I applied the salve to the 3 bumps, I exploded! I’ll send you pics if you want? I just need your gmail email address. At the end of every salve, there were little teensy white bumps. (same with everyone else in the FB black salve group) Lots of people salve 5 or more times. I’ve seen 10 and one poor woman did 70 over a number of years. And she still has horrible looking arms. Just more cancer than bone or skin. Hers are deep. Mine appeared to be roots that run a tunnel through my entire body. (a little sarcastic humor there).

        When it healed over, I noticed two things, the bump that I first treated was still there, and then when I resalved, I had another explosion all over again. I have rubbed salve on areas that show nothing, and that area immediately explodes. Honestly, I think I have systemic cancer or something. And at this point the other things bother me so much more, I’m not concerned (like scared or frightened) about the cancer. I do want to get better, but this doesn’t hurt, so it concerns me less than the other stuff going on.

        I started with those 3 tiny bumps and I’m in the healing stage of 8 large bumps right now. Every time I salve them, they get larger and larger and put out more stuff. I started in September and have taken little breaks, but most of the time I’m healing or salving.

        The only thing I read that I haven’t done correctly is I haven’t put a cover on it once the eschar falls out. Mine are very shallow. Sometimes I don’t get an eschar. I just wake up with satellite white bumps (cancer) all within a 2″ radius of the original bump. Next day I wake up with even more and further away. The original bump not being gone, but being bigger, I think I need to resalve. What do you think? I also don’t always cover during the application stage. It seems no matter what I do, I get the white roots, and then the “ring-around-the-rosy” which is white, sometimes filled with pus, and eventually heals over….and gets resalved. I’m guessing I’m one of your more unusual clients. I wasn’t expecting an email from you, though I appreciate it. Oh, and I did buy exactly what Robyn held in her hand–from Alpha and Omega labs. I was confused bc lots of people were calling it cansema, but my bottle looks just like hers and says black salve. I know other people are ordering from Best on earth. I don’t know which is the right one or if they both are. But this one seems to work?

        One last thing–I think that all the salving I’m doing will help the candida heal. It’s all fungal/cancer/mold stuff.

        Sorry so long….I didn’t know what kind of info you’d want if any?

      3. Cindy May says:

        I will say I haven’t cut into any of these lesions that I’m treating. So it’s not for that reason that I’m having to resalve. At least in my opinion 🙂

    2. Robyn says:

      Cindy, I am writing you privately. I am very interested to hear more about your story, see pics, and learn everything you’ve learned in this process—I’m sorry you’ve had to go through this.

    3. Robyn says:

      Cindy, to clarify, you said, “Ever time I’ve applied salve cancer did not come out.” Do you mean it DID come out? We want to know…..

      1. Cindy May says:

        I replied to this one already, but I don’t see it (not sure if I should be seeing it). Anyway yes, you are right. I suffer from “wonky brain”, and wrote the wrong word. Sheesh. Yes, tons of stuff comes out every single time. And I get sattelite cancer showing up to 2 inches away from where I salved. And the next day it will go even further. That just makes me think root system.

        I have all my pictures in Google Drive. I usually just share it to the other person’s email. They are all on my arms and leg–nothing private, so any of your staff can see it. I get lots of redness and swelling around the site after I apply the salve. At one point it went up almost my whole leg–from little dime-sized bit of salve. You can make a movie on my crazy body someday.

        I’ve learned two interesting things (and many more) on facebook. First one has a long name that starts with an M. Its basically GMO cancer. It’s the most awful thing I have ever seen. This poor girl. It is all over her entire body. She had blue fibers coming out of her leg–she hadn’t done anything to bring that about–she didn’t know anything was wrong with her. Can you imagine? Sitting there watching TV and blue stuff starts growing out your leg. Fortunately she found the black salve and she is healing up nicely. But she looked like the bride of frankenstein, poor girl. And I saw there are other groups on FB with other GMO diseases. NOW there is proof. I wish I was born in another country. I’m sure I ate GMO food without knowing it….

        Bless you Robyn for all you are doing. If someone sends me an email address to use, I’ll send you my lovely pics.

        1. susan says:

          Hi Cindy, I would love to talk to you about your experience with this. I’m using it now and just a bit concerned.

          1. Cindy D May says:

            Hi Susan, I would be happy to talk with you about it. I am on a sabbatical from all things digital. I need to focus on a few things, and found I had to hop off the world so I could get it done. If you could text me, and identify yourself as having been on Robyn’s site, write a few of your questions, how long you’ve been using salve, what brand, what type of cancer if you know (if you don’t know, that’s fine. Biopsies puncture the protective film and cause metastesis and second cancers…. so I can get an idea…I’ll take a look at your questions, and see if I can help you now or need to wait a few weeks. My ph# is 623.203.1700. Blessings to you, and I pray the peace of God will replace any moment of fear. <3

            Please text any time. My phone is off when I’m off! Long texts don’t bother me, so don’t worry about trying to cram it all into 4 lines. 🙂 Oh, and if you search this thread for Greg Caton, he mentioned the FB group has been shut down, and he sites where they’ve moved to. Suzie would be the one you’d want to ask a question of in that group.

  12. Have you found a non toxic sunscreen other than zinc oxide you can recommend?

    1. Robyn says:

      green screen is a good brand, Floranne!

      1. Pam says:

        Thank you Robyn. Is it Kanbana Green Screen or Farmacy Green Screen

        Thank you!

  13. Tracey says:

    I am 45 (blue eyed, light brown hair) and have MANY (like 2 dozen) AK’s that my dermo and I have been trying to treat for the past 4 years. (Totally a sun worshiper my whole life!) Carac, PDT, ingenue mebutate and after many awful (or “good”) reactions to these treatments, my pre cancer spots still remain. We have frozen one and it has not come back but I am wary of doing that for the 20+ spots on my face. I have to be honest, this black salve frightens me too, and I don’t want to go at it alone. Do you know any Holistic Dermotologist in the Pittsburgh, PA area that would guide me through the process?
    I truly believe “Let Food be thy medicine” and eat very clean. I have tried almost every other “natural” cure for Actinic Keratosis (apple cider vinegar, coconut oil, essential oils, etc…).

    I am desperate to get this issue behind me once and for all! Thank you for any help you can give me!

    1. mayteam says:

      Tracey, I had a rough start to my salving, and it was mostly because I really had trouble figuring out the specifics and technique of what to do. After a year of doing this, I have learned so much, that if I can write one stinkin’ long post and save you a year’s worth of learning and a lot of time messing up, I am happy to help. My issues are complicated :)….I am not saying it will take you a year. So be forewarned, this will be long!

      I’m saving this, so all I have to do is copy and paste in the future to help others.

      I also am 45 with the same coloring you describe, except my hair has moved toward brunette. I joined the Black salve group on facebook, as well as the Blood Root group. They are both closed groups, one has 3000+ members and the Blood Root group has 10,000+–just to help you identify them. Blood Root plant is what is in black salve. They are sort of sister groups, as I joined one, and that somehow joined me to both. If that was the only advice I gave, it would be well worth it!–to join one of those groups. If you need any help finding them, just reply back here. I have learned A LOT in there. I honestly think they are a lot more helpful and knowledgeable that most doctors, MD or ND. And they are free. And available at any time of day, since it is a global group with a lot of members from the land of Oz (Australia).

      I started with 3 teensy bumps, flesh-colored, 1 on my arm, and 2 on my right thigh. I am dealing with some pretty big and complicated health issues, and I’m on toxic medication, so don’t let my experience scare you in any way. I really was just curious to see what was inside those bumps, and thought it would be a nice diversion for a week! Since I could use the salve diagnostically, I did, having NO idea what would start emerging and spreading (on my skin–not inside my body). I had never heard of black salve, so I am so glad Robyn told us about it. I spent most of my time this last year in the larger Blood Root group. There’s so much experience in there, and people are very supportive and will answer any question you post. Before you post, I’d suggest taking a look at the group pictures, because that will give you a very quick idea of how in depth the group is. Most people are using the salve in conjuction with huge diet changes because they are battling breast cancer, extensive skin cancers, and even internal cancers like liver, lung, sarcomas and pretty much anything else. This salve does amazing things. Just from applying to the outside over the liver, one woman pulled out breast cancer that had metastasized to the liver.

      If you are squeamish, just be prepared. Cancer is not pretty. I had no idea how ugly and goopy it is.

      Everyone’s experiences are difference. A lot of people do have pain because the salving is so extensive, and the deeper the root, the more intense the pain is. I have really not had any. I do get itching when I first salve, and at the end when the eschar is ready to fall out. They have so many natural pain and itch remedies in the group. For intense itching (mixed with some burning), I use Terramin bentonite clay mixed with purified water to form a salve/paste. Don’t bother buying any other brand of clay. Terramin is far superior. It’s 100% minerals (75+), a great detoxifier, and it will also gently pull things to the surface, but I apply it with the itching I can’t handle. Works great. And puts a lot of minerals into the body….a nice plus! You can take it internally as well. I will take it daily the rest of my life. A teaspoon in a large glass of water—it gets everything–virus, bacteria, toxins, food poisoning, etc. The book “The Clay Cure” is a must-read. So good. If you are on any medication, take the Terramin clay 1 to 2 hours or even 3 hours away from any medication.

      I have learned that everyone has a different style and set of “rules” for salving. The best tip I learned is to salve in the morning and gently remove the salve at bedtime so that your body can rest and heal. Then reapply the next morning. Applying 24 hours straight is the general rule of thumb, but so much healing is done while we sleep, I thought this tip was invaluable. Following, is the exact process that works well for me. Apply salve, the less, the better! Cover with 100% lanolin, pharmaceutical grade. Then cover with the round flat cotton things that you might use to remove makeup. And on top of that, Tegaderm film to hold it in place. Almost everyone, including me, has found that bandaids of any sort cause a bad reaction. Some people use coconut oil in lieu of the lanolin, but the things I’m drawing out are very dry, and the lanolin will keep it moist for at least an entire day.

      So day 1: I salve 12 hours (using the exact steps I outlined above). If you are in pain or very itchy, remove salve (with a little water or a little peroxide on a Q-tip). If you feel fine, then leave salve on and go to bed. Remove salve the the next morning, after about 24 hours. If possible, I leave the salve on for the duration of the process. But if it’s itchy, I’ll remove it.

      Day 2: Salve again for another 12 hours (if you removed it the night before).

      Day 3 through end of process: I change bandage daily, morning and night, only bc the eschar dries out too quickly. Moisture makes the process go faster. Some don’t change the bandage for a week. You will know when the process is done, because one day when you change the bandage, the dead tissue will be expelled onto the white round cotton. And you’ll do a happy dance bc THAT is your trophy! It is imperative that you do not pick, prick, squeeze or otherwise do anything to the area you are treating. As soon as you do that, the cancer can spread like wildfire. You’ve already done some removal and maybe biopsies (same with me). But from this point forward, I wouldn’t. A lot of people don’t know what they are salving bc they don’t want to biopsy it. It’s honestly not important that you know what you are salving. Cancer is encapsulated so that it doesn’t spread. As soon as you cut into in any way (i.e. biopsy), you are likely making the process a lot harder and longer for yourself. And it’s for that same reason that you don’t pick at or even lift an eschar that is forming. Toward the end, the eschar will start pulling away from the skin, and more than once I’ve lifted it to see if it’s ready to come out, and every time I’ve done that, it has broken the eschar. And that means all the work and time you’ve put in will need to be redone. When it falls out on its own, the root will come with it. At the end, when the eschar starts to pull away, I start changing my bandage less (usually) bc if the eschar is too moist, it is more like to partially fall out. And you don’t want that. Just happened to me last week.

      Based on what you are describing on your face, you may see two things that a lot of people don’t. (This is true for me). 1) I don’t usually have one nice eschar. Mine are very shallow and I may have 20 tiny eschars in one patch that I’m treating. Or sometimes I don’t get an eschar at all–there’s clearly a reaction, but it ends up healing like a scab might. Same rules apply: No picking at the dead skin. It may be a very thin tumour. You may get to a point where you don’t need to bandage it, bc there is no risk of it being knocked around or accidentally hitting something and coming out early. 2) Satellite reactions are very common. I almost always put salve in one tiny spot, and I’ll get satellites within a 2″ radius. I treat any satellites with salve, starting from my day one process. I often find the satellites will end up joining with the initial spot that I saw. So if I salve those at the same time, I may end up with a larger eschar which is always nicer. I did have one time that I salved my upper arm at night, and next morning had a satellite reaction there and on my left ankle. The root system can be crazy. Anything that shows itself, just salve.

      4. Lastly, once the eschar(s) have fallen out, then it’s time for healing. At that point, I will use coconut oil or Christopher’s complete Tissue & Bone ointment, as they are more healing than lanolin. If there are any open cavities, I may bandage for a day or two. They heal very quickly. Exposing them to air will also help them heal over more quickly. Once they are healed enough that there is no more open wound, then the rule is, you resalve until you get no reaction. If you had a lot of pain, it is fine to let that area rest and salve something else. I’m not sure if I’ve seen anyone who hasn’t had at least one more reaction. It’s not uncommon to salve an area 10 or 12 times. It just really depends on your internal health and how extensive the cancer or infection is. (Just bc you get a reaction doesn’t mean it’s cancer. One guy with an ingrown hair developed 3 HUGE eschars all down an entire lower leg (knee to foot). So apparently that infection that had developed around the ingrown hair had really spread.

      5. Don’t know how long you’ve been reading Robyn’s or other blogs…..but just in case you don’t know yet, anything that shows up in or on your body, from acne to cancer, is merely a symptom of what’s going on inside–which is generally a toxic body. (It’s your body notifying you that it needs help and attention. And if you don’t give it that, then more symptoms (or “diseases”) will develop. The more raw, organic food and home-made pro-biotic food you eat, the fewer chemicals, white refined sugar, additives and GMO’s you consume, the faster your body and your immune system will heal. If you are not familiar with whole foods eating, I would highly recommend Robyn’s 12-step book. I have always been slender and healthy (I thought), but I didn’t know anything about whole foods. It’s a really good way to about it. One change a month. Much more manageable that way.

      Since you are concerned with salving your face, especially close to your nose, just know that it’s highly likely that you could alter your diet enough that your face would heal without a drop of black salve. Depending on what’s going on, it may require really massive change, like eating and detoxing Gerson-Therapy style for 2 years. (2 years is how long it takes for your liver to re-grow completely). So just balance what you decide to do with diet and salving based on your preferences. I agree with everything Steven wrote. I just wrote 10 times as much since I’m female 🙂 I will say, once your liver and other detox organs are clean and you’re healthy inside, you should not get flare-ups or recurrences. When your body is healed and your immune system (lymphatic system + flora in gut) is functioning at an ideal level, you really don’t need to have any symptoms at all–not even a cold or flu.

      Hope all of this is helpful to you. I’ve been wanting to get it written out, so this seemed like a good time to do it 🙂

      The other thing I would do, as it is SO healing, is to listen to or read the Bible as much as you can. The Word of God literally heals us entirely. When Jesus was here, he healed every single person who asked. He never said no. He always did it immediately. It’s God’s will to heal completely every single person. We don’t see that a lot in the U.S., and there are reasons for that. And they’re not related to God testing or punishing us. They’re related to a passive church (everyone who calls themselves a Christian) and Christians who don’t follow the awesome instructions Jesus gave us. If I’m pointing the finger anywhere, it’s at me, because I didn’t learn most of this until the last couple of years. Just want you to know beyond a shadow of a doubt that God loves you even more than a mother loves her kiddos. You can listen to audio bible online at Also really good is Todd White on He’s practically a walking Bible, so you’ll get a lot from him, and he is nothing short of amazing and quite entertaining to boot. He’s got hundreds of videos, so here’s a first one that is his story. Good place to start:

      And then I just want to pray for your complete, supernatural healing. Jesus, thank you for cleansing Tracey’s body inside and out, head to toe. Every spot on her face, leave now, in Jesus’ name. All sickness and disease be gone in Jesus’ name. Thank you for loving us so much that you’ve provided everything we need for complete healing. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

      Blessings to you!! Cindy

      1. mayteam says:

        p.s. every product I mentioned is available on Amazon. 🙂

        1. mayteam says:

          p.s. again–Just found out today that Todd will be speaking in PA next Spring. God works all kind of amazing miracles through him every single day. And his conferences are no exception. (No one is called up on stage to get healed and pushed over. It’s just nothing like what you might see on TV.) He totally doesn’t care about money, and never asks for it. Often his conferences are free (depends on who is hosting it), and if there is a charge, I would love to pay for it for you to go. Here’s some of his schedule.

          Cindy <3

  14. Steven Griffin says:

    As I wrote earlier, the Amazon Black Salve works well for me. I’m 49 years old, (also blue-eyed, light brown hair) and cancer seems to run in my family. I’ve had AK’s for about 10 years, both of my brothers have had skin cancers removed, my mom died of cancer, and her brother and mother both died of cancer. I’m trying to avoid that path by avoiding sugars and processed foods. Also, I have not been to the doctor since 1999 which was for a work-related physical.

    I drink colloidal silver daily, and I spray it on the AK’s after treating myself with the black salve on small pea-sized areas – not more than 2 areas at once because it burns like crazy. I apply it about once every six months when the AK’s flare up – which is usually after I spend too much time in the sun. I don’t leave it on for more than about 8 hours because I apply it at night, it burns, I don’t take pain meds, and it can’t sleep. I apply it to small area, and it seems like a quarter-sized area is cleared up. I use colloidal silver – soaked paper towel to wipe off the salve, and then I spray the CS on the areas to stop the pain and speed healing. After 7-8 days, the scabs all fall off, and I spray the CS for a few more days. Within a couple of weeks, there’re no signs of AK.

    I haven’t yet tried it on my nose, but both cheeks it works well. I suggest trying it on one tiny area first and see how it goes.

    1. Kristina says:

      Can you explain all your abbreviations? Trying to figure out what I need to buy, Thanks!

      1. Steven griffin says:

        Sure. AK stands for actinic keratosis. CS stands for colloidal silver.

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