THIS Homemade Ointment Can Help You In Cases Of Acne And Any Skin Problem!

The black healing salve we have for you today has been used against a variety of skin disorders for quite a long time thanks to its therapeutic and healing properties. The salve can draw out any toxins from your skin as well as foreign objects such as a splinter. The healing salve is made of wax, essential oils and activated charcoal, which is the main ingredient in the remedy.

Therapeutic effects of the black healing salve

For years, the salve was used for minor skin problems such as rashes, acne and pimples, but also for detoxifying the skin of toxins. It can also help against skin tags and animal bites, and is so powerful that it can draw out bigger foreign objects from your skin such as glass shards. The ointment is the perfect remedy for poison ivy and oak stings and can also help in cases of ingrown toenails.

The difference between black salve and black healing salve

The black healing salve we have for you today is not the same as the black salve you can see in health stores which is a controversial ointment that supposedly treats skin cancer. The black healing salve works on minor skin problems, and should never be used against melanoma. The black salve used against skin cancer contains blood root, which is said to work against basal cell carcinoma, although it hasn’t been confirmed with scientific studies.

Here’s how to prepare the black healing salve:

  • ½ a cup castor oil
  • ½ a cup coconut oil
  • 3 teaspoons activated charcoal powder
  • 3 teaspoons bentonite clay
  • 2 teaspoons beeswax
  • 10 drops calendula oil

First, you’ll need to mix the bentonite clay, activated charcoal powder and calendula oil in a bowl. Next, melt the beeswax on low heat in a double boiler, then add it to the other ingredients. Mix the thick paste well, then leave it to cool down before transferring it to a jar. You can use a bit of the ointment on the affected areas several times a day for about 2 weeks. If there are still no results, we suggest visiting a doctor.

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