After writing that I had the best salve photo journal I looked at some of the photos on this site and they were far more dramatic, so I want to amend that to "most detailed." My site is http://www.truthquest2.com
(truthquest2dotcom). I want to add that I've used the salve for a number of purposes, including more mundane uses like getting imbedded glass out of a foot--the salve treatment floated two shards to the top. Also, that one should always use the light salve with the dark salve if you make your own (formulas on site) to draw and eliminate infection, although redness and swelling at the site is normal. And for those who still claim the salve eats into normal tissue indiscriminately, I just used some last night on a mole on my arm and couldn't even raise a red mark. I don't sell anything, my site is "information only" so even though you could make your own like we do, it's probably better to buy the salve from someone who can provide guidence also.
The ingredients aren't that expensive, except for the zink chloride, which we got online through a chemistry place. The $30 bag cost $70 by the time we paid for hazzardous material shipping and actual shipping, but you could never use up that much in a lifetime. The other ingredients were a little tricky also. I couldn't find bees wax and had to go to a retired bee keeper, but got many pounds. The pitch in the light salve comes from a music store 30 miles away (bow rosen), but is very inexpensive. And the lavender oil is now carried by many health food stores with essential oils. As for the bloodroot, we got it in bulk online. The commercial salves have other ingredients included, and may be better in some way (or not) but the formulas I have are very old--they came out of a 125-year-old book owned by chiropractor who ended up losing his license because of them.
I'm going to be transfering my site to a paid host soon instead of a free one with ads, so if it's offline, just wait until the next day. It usually takes up to 24 hours for the transfer.