Dark Medicine: Bloodroot Salve Pt 1

Dark Medicine: Bloodroot Salve Pt 1

Finding, harvesting, and preparing one of the darker medicines; black salve or bloodroot salve
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Cancer: 7 Powerful And Proven Cancer Cures You’ll Never Hear About (Cancer, Cancer Cures, Cancer treatments, yoga, alternative cures, holistic medicine, alternative treatments)

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Puente del Inca (Spanish "The Inca’s Bridge"), is a natural arch that forms a bridge over the Vacas River, a tributary of the Mendoza River. It is located in Mendoza Province, Argentina, near Las Cuevas.
Puente del Inca is also the name of the nearby hot springs. Scientists speculate that interaction of extreme elements like ice and hot springs was involved in the origin of the formation. They suppose that in ancient times ice covered the river and acted as support for avalanches of snow, dust and rocks. So the dust over the ice over the river would have served as a path for the sulfurous water and petrified the surface, so when the snow melted, the bridge remained by itself.
In March 1835, Charles Darwin visited this natural marvel, and made some drawings of the bridge with great stalactites.
In the early 20th century there was a large thermal resort and spa that used the hot springs to cure certain illnesses (a spa still survives further down the river at Cacheuta). There was a railway station, which is still standing, and tourists arrived by train to the resort. This was one of the last Argentine stations of the Transandine Railway before the train continued into Chile, traveling through a long tunnel under the Andes.

Ingredients in Virxcan

In my last article, I discussed the historical background of Virxcan Black Salve and Virxcan Tablets. I delineated the FDA-based rationale for changing the product’s original marketing emphasis as an herbal cancer remedy to the more innocuous herbal aid for addressing (not healing, eliminating, shrinking, or “curing”) moles, warts, tumors, and other growths.

Many people have asked about the ingredients making up Virxcan. In this article, I intend to examine one of the most important of these ingredients–the herb bloodroot–and also attempt to determine what makes this herb so effective at combatting unwanted growths, both externally and internally. I hope that by the time you reach the end of the article you’ll have developed an even greater understanding of what makes possible the incredible results the users of this product report again and again. I believe it is first important to emphasize that the precise formula of this product is proprietary. Although it may be possible to find some of its ingredients in various places across the internet, I can guarantee that these lists are not complete nor entirely accurate.

Herbs Not Found in the Product

Before I proceed to discuss bloodroot, I want to first let you know that CHAPARRAL and GRAVIOLA are NOT found in Virxcan. The reason I bring this up is because people frequently ask whether or not the product contains these two herbs. If you want to learn more about them, check them out on the Internet.

So, Tell Me What’s in the Product!

The ingredients listed on the bottles of Virxcan include a number of minerals, including 12 trace minerals, and mention of synergistic herbs. Of these synergistic herbs, Bloodroot(sanguinaria canadensis) is certainly among the most powerful.

The Powerful Herb Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis)

Bloodroot can be found in eastern North America, ranging as far north as frigid Nova Scotia, and as far south as sunny Florida. It grows in woods and thickets–moist and dry, and can often be found on flood plains and on slopes near shores or streams. A great deal more than what I can include in this article has been written about bloodroot’s powerful healing properties. This is intended merely as a brief overview of the most pertinent information. As always, if you wish to learn more, search bloodroot on the Internet (you’ll likely find an overdose of information, both positive and negative–so browse wisely!).

Bloodroot is used in modern herbal remedies–both on its own and in combination with other ingredients–to address throat infections, bronchial and heart maladies, migraines, and even dental work. In the form of a paste or salve, people have traditionally used bloodroot for dealing with skin diseases, warts, and various tumors or growths. Bloodroot’s primary uses include: 1) as an anesthetic (relieves pain); 2) as a cathartic (causes emptying of the bowels); 3) as an emetic (causes vomiting when needed); 4) as an emmenagogue (stimulates blood flow in the pelvic area and uterus); 5) as an expectorant (causes flem/mucous to be coughed up); 6) as a diuretic (elevates the rate of urination); 7) as a febrifuge (reduces fever); 8) as a sedative (soothes, calms, tranquilizes); 9) as a stimulant (arouses or accelerates physiological activity); and 10) as a tonic (restores or increases body tone).

Modern-day research has identified sanguinarine as the constituent in bloodroot that makes the herb anesthetic, antibacterial, anticholinesterase (stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, slowing the heart action and lowering blood pressure, etc.) antiedemic (causes excess interstitial fluid to be released), antigingivitic (inhibits, controls, or kills organisms associated with the formation of gingivitis), antiinflammatory, anti-neoplastic (prevents or inhibits the growth of cancers), antioxidant (inhibits the destructive effects of oxidation), anti-periodontic (prevents gum disease), anti-plaque, antiseptic, diuretic, emetic, expectorant, fungicide (kills or inhibits fungi or fungal spores), gastrocontractant (causes the smooth muscles of the gastrointestinal tract to contract), hypertensive (causes hypertension), pesticidal, respiratory stimulant, and more!

In addition to sanguinarine, another promising anticancer constituent that has been isolated from bloodroot is berberine. Laboratory experiments indicate that berberine effectively attacks brain tumors and many other cancers!

Caution in Use of Bloodroot

As is apparent from the preceding paragraphs, bloodroot can be a highly effective and safe natural remedy for a myriad of ailments and afflictions. This of course hinges on its proper use in combination with other particular herbs and nutrients–and in both safe and adequate amounts. It should also be noted, however, that when applied in inaccurate proportions or combinations, bloodroot can cause undue scarring of the skin. There are some rather gruesome stories on the Internet which attest to this. About 15 years ago, before discovering Virxcan, I personally witnessed excess pain and scarring caused by a blood-root-based paste that did not contain the right combination of herbs and nutrients. That is one of the most wonderful things about this product. It has proven itself over and over again to be extremely safe. It is obviously most safe (and most effective) when users explicitly follow the instructions and warnings of use. For many years now, I have personally sold thousands of bottles of the product, and in all that time I have yet to receive an account of excess scarring or disfiguration. Only a couple of reports have come in–out of all the thousands of users–of a small amount of scarring and higher than normal amounts of pain and discomfort. The rest of the product’s users who have spoken to me have raved about how negligible the discomfort was they experienced and how effectively and remarkably the it eliminated the target growth–and with little and most often no residual scarring.

In my next article, I will delineate instructions for the safe and effective use of Virxcan Black Salve and Tablets.

Dr. Bjarnson is a consultant on health and nutrition for an herbal health company. Visit his Virxcan blog to find out more about Virxcan Black Salve and Virxcan Tablets. For pricing and purchasing information, visit Eric’s Virxcan eStore.

Herb Pharm Certified Organic Bloodroot Extract – 1 Ounce

Herb Pharm Certified Organic Bloodroot Extract – 1 Ounce

Herb Pharm Certified Organic Bloodroot Extract - 1 Ounce

  • Specially prepared from rhizome of certified organic Sanguinaria canadensis plants.
  • Gluten-free and non-GMO.
  • Rapidly absorbed liquid extract.
  • Herb potency assured through High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) analysis.

We prepare our Bloodroot Extract from the rhizome of Sanguinaria canadensis plants which are Certified Organically Grown in their natural forest habitat in eastern Kentucky. To assure optimal extraction of Bloodroot’s bioactive compounds, the rhizome is hand-harvested in summer or autumn, is carefully shade-dried, and is then thoroughly extracted. Caution: Seek expert medical advice before taking during pregnancy. Do not take drops undiluted or exceed recommended dose.

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Myra Lamb is a wild girl with mysterious, haint blue eyes who grows up on remote Bloodroot Mountain. Her grandmother, Byrdie, protects her fiercely and passes down “the touch” that bewitches people and animals alike. But when John Odom tries to tame Myra, it sparks a shocking disaster, ripping lives apart. Bloodroot is the dark and riveting story of the legacies—of magic and madness, faith and secrets, passion and loss—that haunt one family across the generations.Amazon Best Books of the

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