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H&H is offering a package of samplers of all their products.

http://www.handhremedies.com/request-a-sample

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Thank you! A sample of each product along with a price list and brochure will be mailed to you. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

Thanks OP!

Thank you! A sample of each product along with a price list and brochure will be mailed to you. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

Thanks OP!

Bad deal. Homeopathy is nothing. Getting nothing for free isn't a deal.

http://whatstheharm.net/homeopathy.html

Gibodean said:   Bad deal. Homeopathy is nothing. Getting nothing for free isn't a deal.

http://whatstheharm.net/homeopathy.html

Actually it can be even worse because some homeopathic concoctions sold now aren't really homeopathic but contain significant amounts of active ingredients that can be harmful.  

As with any medication, check the ingredients before using. A quick look at these seems to show nothing harmful. They appear to be mixes of natural ingredients that have been proven to be helpful in various situations. The user quotes seem to be a bit far fetched, though.

True homeopathy is junk "science", but if these are natural drugs they might be effective but potentially dangerous like any other drug.

edit- I just had a quick look at what this site is selling and for better and for worse, it's not homeopathy.  I think the OP used the wrong term.

Whoah, I just checked and they sell "black salve". That stuff is dangerous. Just type "black salve" into Google and hit the "images" tab to see the pictures of people who have used black salve. Don't do this during a meal.

Gibodean said:   Whoah, I just checked and they sell "black salve". That stuff is dangerous. Just type "black salve" into Google and hit the "images" tab to see the pictures of people who have used black salve. Don't do this during a meal.
If you check the ingredient list, though, it seems to be a very different product.  I know nothing about this company, but I have a feeling that this is a matter of a generic name being used for different things.

Wikipedia says the dangerous 'black salve' which is a fake cancer cure contains "Common ingredients of black salves include zinc chloride, chaparral (also known as creosote bush (Latin name Larrea tridentata),[l=[10]]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_salve#cite_note-10[/l] and often bloodroot, a plant frequently used in herbal medicine.[l=[11]]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_salve#cite_note-Sloan-Ketter...[/l] The extract of bloodroot is called sanguinarine, an ammonium salt which attacks and destroys living tissue and is also classified as an escharotic. "

The 'black salve' on the site in the link above has none of that and is not for cancer treatment.  See the info about it here: http://www.handhremedies.com/our-products/union-black-salve

Again, I'm not saying this stuff is good or bad, just that it's not what you found via Google.



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