Buck Mountain Neoplasene is formulated from bloodroot extract, halogens and water. It is administered topically and orally.
Neoplasene is red when formulated and turns black, or near black, with age. It is used topically on sarcoids, carcinomas and other malignant or viral tissue. It works well on proud flesh. It should be taken post treatment orally.
It should be applied directly on tumorous growths and covered with a balm (e.g. Wound Balm for Animals) coated gauze. The lectins in the medicine react with the particular polysaccharides in the neoplastic cell membrane of microbes, neoplasm and proud flesh, but not the healthy cell, to penetrate the cell and cause apoptosis. This medicine is also administered orally and by injection.
It is injected in a methyl sulfoxide base to good advantage. Contact Buck Mountain for more information.
This product is contraindicated during pregnancy.
Prolonged contact with healthy tissue is to be avoided.
This product is for veterinarian's use only.
A clinical guide is available describing detailed topical, injection and oral protocol.
We did not invent botanical medicines and we do not recommend that the use of botanical medicines should be undertaken on the strength of our restatement of historical usage and documented research.
We do restate well documented traditional efficacy and the results of ongoing research. Personal experience is included where deemed appropriate.
Regardless of the merits of any plant medicine, side effects do sometimes occur. These may be real or imagined. Always seek the counsel and advice of qualified medical professionals and use caution with any medication, plant derived or otherwise. We do not accept responsibility for the use or misuse of any product put forth or any information provided.
This research is being conducted by the Veterinary Research Council, Inc., of which, Dr. Fox is Treasurer.