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(Along with info on the Plant Cures Detox Kit)
Our Powerful Tincture of Bloodroot Please do not confuse this with "black salves" or other products made with caustic chloride of zinc and Bloodroot powder! The ultra-stupid move of combining bloodroot with chloride of zinc as "black salves" has absolutely ruined the reputation of this incredibly healing little plant!
Everyone now thinks that Bloodroot is caustic and can "burn off healthy skin" just because of the association of bloodroot with the highly caustic chloride of zinc that is in these salves! Chloride of zinc is, in fact, what is in dry cell batteries and it is simply hydrochloric acid soaked zinc powder. Please wake up people!
These caustic “black salves” (Starting back as far as the 1700’s) are either the stupidest move ever made by “alternative medicine” or the smartest move made by the medical system.
Websites like Sloan Kettering, Web MD and all the other pathetic pharmaceutical promoters are fully taking advantage of this opportunity from "black salves" to slam an incredibly healing herb! I, for one, would never get near any black salves!
About Our Pure Bloodroot Tincture:
This is simply pure double extracted liquid Tincture of Bloodroot. Our Bloodroot Tincture is double extracted to bring out everything in its fullest. Bloodroot is powerful healing stuff!
When the Ojibwas administered Bloodroot internally, they would have the patient drink a mouthful of bloodroot tea (Yuck!) and than if they did not "throw up" after a half hour they would have them drink another mouthful.
This was basically a good concept but it does not have to be so painful! Here's how: We recomend starting with 5 drops of this tincture twice a day and increase it by a drop every day until you get just a bit nauseous (Maybe after 5 drops for some - 30 drops for others) If you get a bit nauseous just back down a drop or two and hold that. You just found your dose without throwing up! There is really no need to ever take more then 30 drops as some never get nauseous even at that dose. Remember, It is not nescesssary for one to reach the point where thay get nauseous in order for Bloodroot to be of benefit.
You can also apply Bloodroot to "fast developing" skin problems with a Q-tip or add Slippery Elm powder to a half teaspoon or so of the tincture to make a paste. This paste can be used to put over skin problems, covered with gauze and taped. Change twice daily leaving on over-night.
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A Traditional Formula form the Ojibwa
At left is a 1 month supply of our Ojibwa or "Essiac Tea" (same herb combination) but with much more herbs by weight, in the authentic Ojibwa proportions which is about 4 times as strong as commercial "Essiac". Almost everyone knows the value and use of this formula but Plant Cures certainly makes no claims.
There are 4 jars of this formula in our 1 month Ojibwa Tea mixture. The four jars add up to more than a pound of fresh raw herbs (Each jar of mixture makes a gallon which is one weeks supply)
However please be advised that our Detox Kit (shown at right) is a much more effective "C" detox. Please see info on our Plant Cures Detox Kit here.
Easy instructions for preparing Ojibwa Tea are on each label. You will need a one gallon glass container (like apple juice comes in) or two 1/2 gallon containers to store each week's brew in your fridge.
The herbs are not powdered but chopped or sliced coarsely to retain full freshness. You will see something that looks like cotton in each bag; This is Slipper Elm bark left in its fresh stripped and dried state, not powdered. Also there are chunks of Rhubarb Root. This is the way it is supposed to be made (to preserve the natural chemicals) but seldom is.
But again, If Your body is in real trouble, please see our Plant Cures Detox Kit Plant Cures Detox Tea also needs to also be combined with Bloodroot for "C" problems.
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The information on this site is for information purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of a physician. You should consult a physician or health care professional before starting on any supplement or medication if you suspect you may have a health problem
. See "Ojibwa Tea" just below
"Ojibwa Tea" (Or if you must, call