So I eventually found some Black Salve in my country. Quite expensive, but you probably won't be using a lot in one's lifetime. It is used on animals so if you can't find any Black Salve for humans you can try buying it that route, just make sure the ingredients are the same.
Below is a video that details how to make it, the instructions to create it start at 1:22:45.
I wrote down the instructions for those interested.
Zinc Chloride, 250 grams
Glycerine, 25 ml
DMSO, 25 ml
Distilled Water, 500 ml
- Put the 50 grams of Bloodroot, 50 grams of Chaparral, 50 grams of Graviola and 50 grams of Galangal in a bowl.
- In a separate pot on the stove add 500 ml of Distilled Water and add 250 grams Zinc Chloride; bring the mixture to the boil, stirring frequently to ensure there are no lumps.
- Add the Bloodroot, Chaparral, Graviola and Galangal mix to the 500 ml simmering water in the pot, stirring continuously until all the lumps disappear.
- Once there is a smooth consistency add 25 ml of DMSO, still stirring; next add 25 ml of Glycerine and stir it in, this keeps the formula moist. Depending on the humidity you may have to add more Glycerine.
- Allow the mixture to simmer for about 15 minutes.
- When the mixture cools and cures it won't be runny anymore and will have a paste like consistency.
- It is best used after sitting for 2 days at room temperature.
- Put the Black Salve in separate jars and store in the refrigerator.
- It will keep indefinitely but might dry out, so add a little water if that happens.
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