How to handle a giant tumour with black salve!

The way you handle black salve with a giant tumour is in tiny bits…

The first time , just apply a toothpick’s end amount to your breast area…

Wait 24 hours & see how you feel…

An eschar(scab) will form)& eventually release on its own…

You can use a healing balm or coconut oil or polysporin to keep it moist…

Don’t cover it until it has set for a bit…

In fact, if you don’t have to cover it, don’t…

After the first try, you will feel safer about it…

Apply another amount between 2 mm & 20 mm (maximum a dime size area max)…

Choose spots based on where you think the centre of the parasite is living…

While salving take bloodroot capsules to clean out your insides too…

Mersyndol is a painkiller available from the pharmacist…

You can keep it on hand if it does get painful…

As long as you keep the area tiny that you salve, the pain is ok…

People only get into trouble when they salve a big area at once…

Bit by bit, tiny spots…

Eventually you will remove the whole tumour…

It will not touch healthy tissue…

However, be prepared to lose the breast if the tumour take up the whole breast…

That means there was no healthy tissue left there…

It IS doable with a giant tumour…

Just VERY slowly…

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Hi...Sari sounds like Mary...I'm a Canadian artist who invented a map for humans called the Grove Body Part Chart...Grove Health Science is the name of the 12 book series...Most can be found free digitally on this blog or at not for profit prices on Amazon or Smashwords...In 2014, I developed DIY Imaging, a way to see cancer, biochemistry, inflammation, with any camera & free online photo editors...Since then I have been teaching the method & doing diagnostic imaging...DIY Cancer Repair Manual is a Facebook group I manage with over a thousand people who are pioneering new ways to solve cancer...DIYImaging.com is being built (2017) to make the diagnostic process even easier...This is revolutionizing diagnostic medicine...I am owned by two intact female bengals cats , B'elanna & Jadzia...My husband of almost 21 years Joseph Grove, does all the laundry, dishes, litter box cleaning & more, to ensure that I am free to plough out the corn , so to speak...

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