About Two Feathers Black Salve

The Origins

Two Feathers Healing Formula is an authentic Native American healing formula prepared as black salve. Prior to the release for use to public some 40 years ago, the recipe was held as a closely guarded secret to be passed down from one generation to the next.

The elders who passed down the recipe related that, when taken internally, it is attracted to wherever an imbalance is situated in the system and begins the healing work immediately. As an enema, it is a great colon and intestinal cleanser and detoxicant, saturating the lower organs like a beneficial balm. Taken as a douche, its cleansing ability is immediate and thorough. 

How it’s made

To this date, the formula is handmade by the same family, maintaining the tradition of secrecy to protect the formula from falling into the hands of ‘profiteers’ whose motives would neither honour the integrity of its purpose nor fully understand the complex method and with which it is made.

In the absence of either of these aspects, its guardians believe the healing capacity of the Formula would be greatly diminished.

How it’s different

  1. Where it differs from any other product on the market is that the herbs and method of formulation make it safe to use internally, where 90% of the healing takes place, and can also be applied topically, safely, as a drawing salve. It contains no additives or preservatives.

  2. Other black salves on the market today are derived from a veterinarian formula in Arizona called “Indian mud". This Indian mud formula contains Zinc Chloride, (which burns instead of drawing) and is a chemical compound that should never be taken internally. Zinc Chloride is a toxic pharmaceutical compound that's dangerous to the liver and doesn't belong to Native Americans. The Indian mud formula was meant to be used topically, only on the hard, knotty tumours that cows and horses develop on their legs. 

  3. It's a family recipe, therefore one of a kind.