How Black Salve is Being Used to Treat Skin Cancer in the 21st Century

How Black Salve is Being Used to Treat Skin Cancer in the 21st Century

Black Salve (Cansema) is an ointment designed to remove malignant tumors. The preparation selectively affects only atypical tumor cells; it causes only slight irritation and redness on healthy skin. Black Salve contains DMSO for deep tissue penetration, used for internal, large and metastatic tumors. The active ingredients of the ointment: Canadian sanguinaria, chaparral, Kalgan, Graviola sheet. Ointment base: distilled water, zinc chloride, glycerin, DMSO. The ointment has a natural composition.


First of all, it would be good to have a biopsy or other diagnostic procedures to establish whether it is melanoma or not. For example, a biopsy showed basalioma on the nose (synonyms: basal cell carcinoma, basal cell epithelioma, skin carcinoid, basal cell carcinoma, corium carcinoma, ulcus rodens), which is the most common malignant skin formation. Many people seeing a mole or spot on their skin, which increases and becomes darker, decide to try black ointment anyway. After all, it is selective in its action and acts only on tumor (cancerous) tissue. A healthy tissue can only turn red or get a little irritated or nothing will happen at all. It all depends on the discretion of the user; the use of black ointment on healthy tissue does not carry any danger, toxicity or anything else, this is just a waste of ointment.

In addition, if you want to get rid of several melanomas, then you need to treat only one at a time. The fact is that Black Salve ointment activates our immune system, which recognizes cancer cells and affects them. If you try to treat several melanomas at a time, then this can be a big load on the immune system, although we know cases when people treated several places on the body with ointment.


Black Salve (Cansema) is usually sold in 15 gr. jar and has a dark thick wet texture. It can be easily applied with a finger (or a clean wooden stick) on the affected (or suspected) place with a thin layer, like icing on the cake. Wash your hands thoroughly before and after applying the ointment.

Treatment of melanomas or tumors that are on or near the surface of the skin

If the cancer cells are located on the skin or close to it, then soon after applying the ointment, in the interval from 5 minutes to 6 hours, the place will begin to tingle (or pinch). If you feel nothing in 3-6 hours, then most likely nothing will happen. In the case when you are sure that you have cancerous tissue and the ointment did not work on it, it means that the ointment could not come into direct contact with the cancerous tissue. Then, after 24 hours, you can do the following: Clean the place by wiping the ointment well from that place. Make small pricks like “acupuncture” explained in the trick description section below and apply the ointment again. Leave the ointment applied for a longer time, a week, 2 or more. Every 3-4 days, change the dressing with a new ointment. Do this until the ointment reaches and “grabs” the cancerous tissue that is hiding. This is usually required when the tumor is not located close to the surface of the skin, such as breast cancer, but even then, usually, the ointment is placed in the pits left over from the breast biopsy.

In some cases, when the cancerous tissue is large, there will be a burning sensation, so it is important to carry with you an anesthetic that can be bought without a medical prescription so that it is available at any time. Note: the pain immediately stops as the scab (crust of the cancerous tissue) separates, which usually occurs after 6-10 days of using Black Salve ointment for a small melanoma; if it is larger and more serious, then cancer can take a longer time. If cancer cells are located deep under the skin and they are heterogeneous, that is, they are placed in separate groups at the treatment site, then the ointment’s reaction is similar to reddening of the skin with ulcersulcers indicate the reaction of the ointment to cancer cells. They will eventually break through, and the cancer cells will either flow out in the form of pus or fall off like a clot of pus.

If the melanoma is more than a square centimeter (or more than the American “penny”), then even a strong analgesic may be required, and if it is given by prescription, you will need to find a doctor who can help you with this.

To make it easier to endure the pain, the cancer can be treated gradually. This means that you need to apply a small amount of Cansema around the edge of the affected area, wait for the ointment to react to the cancer cells, wait for the pain to subside, which usually occurs when a crust or ulcer forms, and then apply the ointment to the adjacent skin area, repeating the process until the whole area is covered. Follow the same procedure if you want to cure more than one lesion.

It is better to treat one area at a time. Then the pain will be minimized, because the whole process, which can last several days, will be distributed in time. We emphasize once again: if you decide to treat a large area immediately, then this is at your discretion, it is better to be under the supervision of a doctor! If cancer is close to the surface of the skin, which is typical of most people, then these tricks are not necessary. We recommend using these “tricks” only when the initial use of Black Salve ointment did not help.