Other Therapeutic Uses for Cansema® Salves & Tonic /
Conditions for Which Escharotics Should Not Be Used
When we began our journey selling escharotic preparations in 1990, the focus of our work was on various cancer cell types. As we make clear in Chapter 1 of Meditopia, our first product was a topical salve we would later call Cansema, the latest incarnation of a formulary art that we were able to trace back 500 years. (Note: We use the word Cansema® to define our escharotic black salves because it us our U.S. registered trademark. However, we use a variety of labels around the world for this product, for legal and jurisdictional purposes.)
We also knew from the beginning that variations of this formula could be used to effectively treat internal cancers. Many of our customers reported miraculous changes when they ate the Salve internally. However, to accommodate internal use, we eventually created a tonic for internal use.
Over the years, our customers have used Cansema® Salves and Tonic to successfully treat a wide variety of conditions. The purpose of this web page is to report those conditions for which these products have been reported to have success. These reports are anecdotal. They have not been verified with any rigorous clinical studies. They are reported as a basis for further research. Additionally, you may be prosecuted in certain countries (primarily the major Western countries) for even repeating this information. [Notice for U.S. consumers: The comments on this page are made for research and investigative purposes. No product mentioned herein is intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease in your jurisdiction.]
Conversely, we have had customers who have used Cansema® Salves & Tonics to treat various conditions in which neither product has provided any efficacy. Even if anecdotal, we feel it is just as important to report what customers have said about these products as it pertains to their non-performance with specific conditions. This information is provided below, together with product names and links that are better suited in the treatment of these conditions.
Below are common uses of Cansema® -- completely legal in many jurisdictions. Note that we provide links to Wikipedia for general definition of terms, in the event the reader is unfamiliar with the condition listed :
Below we list conditions for which escharotics, whether ours or someone else's, should not be used for either treatment or experimentation purposes on account of established non-performance for these indications, or inappropriate use. This list covers the most common conditions and is not intended or represented as being all-inclusive.
If you have more specific questions not covered above on this subject, please email us.