You recently purchased a copy of Cancer Salves: A Botanical Approach to Treatment. This is a follow up to your order with additional information that may interest you.

Many questions not addressed in the book are covered in the forum. Because of many duplicate questions, the board is closed to further posting, but there is a wealth of information archived there.

In addition, more than 300 pages of text is available on the main part of the . Though there is some overlap, much of the material on the web is different from what is in the book.

The question most often asked is about availability of the products described in the book. After many years of involvement with this treatment, I personally weigh in on the side that diet and herbs do make a difference, if not in survival, at least in quality of life. I believe we have soul contracts that affect many situations that arise in life so I cannot honestly say that I believe herbs improve outcome . . . nor can I say that surgery or chemotherapy 'save' lives. They are measures employed during times of severe crises and we make the choices that appeal most to our own values and beliefs.

With this caveat, the lab and I have created a quite comprehensive line of herbal products, some of which are exact replicas of formulas described in the book and some that are original and developed in response to needs that I observed in patients who contacted me.

For instance, the Compound Syrup Scrophularia recipe bequeathed by Dr. Eli Jones to his brother physicians is made by us under the name of Seneca Elixir. The formula called Elixirex by Harry Hoxsey and Black Dogwood Combination by Dr. John Christopher is called Sundance Elixir. These two products are often the cornerstones of the adjunctive treatment strategies of many patients, but their efficacy can be enhanced by combining it with my lymphatic teas: Cleavers Tea or Violet Tea. These products are available in our online .

Over the next weeks, unless you request otherwise, notes such as this will be sent to you in the hopes that you discover useful ways to apply your research into alternative and adjunctive treatments.

With many blessings,

Ingrid Naiman