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 Re: Are Demodectic and Sarcoptic Mange Contagious to Humans?

Wed, 06 Aug 14 09:25:27 -0500

Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 08/06/2014

Hey Erikajay!

Sarcoptic mange mites are very contagious and cause 'scabies' in humans; they cannot reproduce on humans, but will live for about 5 days and cause an itchy rash. You should contact your physician if your kids develop an itchy rash and let them know they were exposed to scabies.

The good thing is that with treatment your dog should not be contagious after about 5 days. While you have already treated your dog via your vet - and I am assuming it is an oral miticide, it would be wise to use the mange remedy on this site to address the exterior of your dog to kill as many mites as quickly as possible to reduce possible transmission to your kids. It is also a good idea to use the mange remedy on every single other pet in the household to avoid those pets getting infected with scabies as well.

Lastly, don't forget to clean, clean, clean - and sterilize any dog bedding, the crate or area where the dog resides, and all areas where the dog may access.

Good luck, and thank you for rescuing this dog!

Re: Are Demodectic and Sarcoptic Mange Contagious to Humans?

Tue, 05 Aug 14 21:48:18 -0500

Posted by Erikajay (Macon, Georgia) on 08/05/2014

My question has nothing to do with your remedy but with the mange itself.

I work in rescue and pulled a dog from a high kill shelter 5 days ago. She has been to the vet and is being treated for both demodectic and sarcoptic mange. How contagious is sarcoptic to humans? We interact with her a lot, so my number 1 concern is my children.

Thank you!

 Re: Gingivitis and Stomatitis in Cat

Tue, 05 Aug 14 13:32:51 -0500

Posted by Om (Hope Bc Canada) on 08/05/2014

Hi Theresa! --- good to hear from you. Frankly, I plan to get in touch with Dave on this when I get the time.

What I have done for years is making silver till it turned just about yellowish and stop it there. Have no idea what ppm. I am unscientific person who works intuitively mostly. This CS has worked greatly on abscessed teeth, infected places and needy cats. Dave is the person to ask and I hope to contact him soon. However I have had good results even with mites, eye issues and so on. Cats, dogs and people would do well with CS for mouth problems which is only a fraction of what CS can do. Warm regards, Om .

Apple Cider Vinegar for Blocked Bladder in Cat

Tue, 05 Aug 14 13:32:30 -0500

Posted by Jacqueline (New York) on 08/05/2014

[YEA]  My 3 year old male cat was straining in the litter box all day yesterday and completely unable to produce any urine.

He was also licking his genitals frequently. He is on a diet of canned food with about 15 small pieces of dried food mixed in Morning and night.

I immediately gave him about a 1/2 teaspoon of powdered probiotics which helped him with a mild UTI problem 12 months ago. Unfortunately his condition worsened over the next few hours as he appeared more uncomfortable, bloated and lethargic. I then tried 1/2 teaspoon of D-Mannose mixed with 1 teaspoon of water administered with a dropper in his mouth. When his condition worsened I worried I should have taken him to the vet.

After reading this site I gave him 1/4 teaspoon of ACV with 1 teaspoon water by dropper into his mouth. I did this again 2 hours later. He had difficulty walking was completely lethargic and I started to worry he wouldn't make it thru the night. Thankfully about an hour later he went to the litter box and passed a small amount of urine. Half an hour later he passed more and seemed much less uncomfortable. I breathed a huge sigh of relief.

I finally went to bed at 2am and when I woke in the morning he seemed almost himself. I gave him 1/4 teaspoon each of probiotics, D-Mannose and ACV this morning and will continue to do so periodically over the coming week until I am sure he is fully recovered.

Thank you SO much to all who posted detailed information on how they treated their cats with ACV. You saved my cat a tremendous amount of pain and what would have been very stressful for him and expensive for me if I had to take him to the vets.

 Re: Kidney Lymphoma in Cat

Tue, 05 Aug 14 13:30:31 -0500

Posted by Om (Hope Bc Canada) on 08/05/2014

Hello, Amaya from London ---

you can add a pinch of BS baking soda to his food and water to ease the nausea. This method is used also by Homeopathic vets.

Namaste Om.

 Re: Gingivitis and Stomatitis in Cat

Tue, 05 Aug 14 11:34:36 -0500

Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 08/05/2014

Namaste, Om!

Can you please clarify the use of colloidal silver? What concentration do you use? How much do you use in what amount of water?

LOVE the advice to make eye contact; it can be easy to forget this when overwhelmed with stress on how to treat a suffering individual.

 Re: Gingivitis and Stomatitis in Cat

Tue, 05 Aug 14 10:35:06 -0500

Posted by Om (Hope, Bc Canada) on 08/05/2014

Hi, Mandessa Cat from Germany --- Having done rescue with many cats most of my adult life, this is a common issue with deprived cats. The foremost is raising the immune system for which detoxing is necessary. And the tendency to "put down" a cat because they do not know how to heal, is evil. I have such a cat and had many before, which I at that time did not know what to do but after many years of tears and sorrow some answers came. Presently he has the same symptoms you describe and I think I can alleviate it to some extent where he is comfortable One other cat had the same illness and his immune system stood up to it. He is well now.

I used colloidal silver as the only drinking water and a few days later some in a syringe twice a day. This is a disease affecting the entire GI tract and detoxing is the key as that helps to raise the immune system. He may feel pain in eating so mix liquid Virgin Coconut Oil into the food and also squirt it into his mouth. Make eye contact, no need to explain, and they may take, knowing you are here to help. Also make liquid food w. VCO and feed with syringe or put into his mouth otherwise to stop weight loss. Salmon oil is also good.

For special detoxing of the mouth I took a small quantity of turmeric powder using a tiny spoon and quickly put it into the hatch. That will remove much saliva for which paper tissue has to be kept near. I use this last step also for colds and cough. Since I took mostly old, unwanted and sick cats, this is the experience I gained eventually. My present oldie is doing alright but he does not like being medicated.

They cry with pain but with this treatment mine have been able to make it so I have to use it only occasionally now.

Another method to use with the above is to use ESSIAC tea in very small amounts as tea once daily on empty stomach. This will help tremendously over time according to the individual constitution. It will raise the immune system and detox extremely well. I know as I am taking it myself. This can be had online by Essiac West. It has to have all the roots included. And only the four herb version.

I hope this will help. I an identify with your feelings and wish you both the best success and much love for the rest of his life.

Namaste, Om

 Re: Remedies for Ear Infection in Cat

Tue, 05 Aug 14 10:26:31 -0500

Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 08/05/2014

Hey Black Magic!

I DITTO Om's advice on the use of oil to treat your cat's raw and bleeding ear. Using ACV at this point will make it sting and cause more trauma. Wait until the raw skin heals over before using ACV in the ear please!

 Re: Kidney Lymphoma in Cat

Tue, 05 Aug 14 10:24:13 -0500

Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 08/05/2014

Hey Amaya!

I am sorry to hear about your kitty.

You might try medical grade essential oils: Sandalwood, Balsam Fir, Thyme, Hyssop, Tsuga and Orange. Part the fur and sprinkle 6 drops along the spine to apply.

I would be hesitant to try to make him eat anything as if his kidneys cannot process what he is eating he will heave it back up and feel worse. It is possible an anti-nausea medication might help him keep food down, but again if his organs cannot function to process the nutrition it might just make him feel worse.

 Re: Gingivitis and Stomatitis in Cat

Tue, 05 Aug 14 10:05:42 -0500

Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 08/05/2014

Hey Mandessa Cat!

Turmeric may help reduce inflamation for old Teddy; I would mix it into his wet food to get him to take it. You may also find L-lysine to be helpful with this condition. Cold laser therapy may be a possibility if it is available to you. If this were my cat, I would get the second cortisone shot to reduce the inflamation and pain; when his appetite returns feed him the L-lysine and turmeric. It might be worthwhile to remove the teeth as 80% of cats who have their teeth removed make complete recoveries. Given that Teddy cat lived on the streets for many years, he may have an undiagnosed case of bartonellosis /cat scratch fever; this is known to contribute to stomatitis in cats and you may wish to have him tested for this disease and treated for it if necessary.

 Re: Remedies for Ear Infection in Cat

Tue, 05 Aug 14 09:56:23 -0500

Posted by Om (Hope, Bc Canada) on 08/05/2014

Hi, Black Magic from Middletown ---

You can try that but keep in mind that garlic cloves, mascerated in olive oil will help very well and speedily with ear infections. My dog had a long standing issue with his ear before rescue which healed really well after applying warm oil from the mascerated garlic for three days once a time. He does not cry anymore or shake his head. For the blood in the ear you could put a small quantity of turmeric into the ear; it will be very beneficial.

If there is pus which you can tell by inserting carefully a qu-tip then there is a wonderful, cheap homeopathic remedy. It is called HEPAR SULPHURIS 30C. You dissolve three small pills in a small quantity of water and using a syringe put it sideways into the mouth behind the front incisor. You follow up, if there is puss, three times with one to two hours interval and possibly one more time at night. The next morning check again if there is puss. I applied this once more next day and that was it. The puss was gone and ears are fine. This saves you using antibiotics which most of the time do not work according to some homeopathic doctors' opinion.

You can order or purchase from health food store . All the best with your black kitty.

Namaste, Om

Re: Kidney Lymphoma in Cat

Tue, 05 Aug 14 09:54:42 -0500

Posted by Amaya (London, Uk) on 08/05/2014

Hi, my cat has lymphoma in his kidneys, prognosis is not great. I'm not ready to give up on him and have been reading loads on natural remedies.

I have tried to give him flax seed oil and cottage cheese but he refused to eat it, so I tried to put it in a syringe and give it to him that way but it made him heave. It's difficult to try and force feed a cat, has anybody been able to give there cats any remedies orally? or are there any topical remedies? please help!

Re: Dosage Needed for ACV for Ear Infection in Cat

Tue, 05 Aug 14 08:37:30 -0500

Posted by Black Magic (Middletown) on 08/04/2014

I need to know how much apple cider vinegar to apply onto Magic or into Magic's right ear. He is one years old. An all black cat, I saw that his ear was red and bleeding a little from infection. I had rolled a q tip and thats how I knew it was or is infected HELP!!! I have read the positives of apple cider vinegar, I will go out and get some NOW!!! But how do I apply it?!!!

Re: Gingivitis and Stomatitis in Cat

Tue, 05 Aug 14 07:37:30 -0500

Posted by Mandessa Cat (Germany) on 08/04/2014

Hello all, I live in Germany, I read almost all what was written trying to find a fast solution for my old cats bad gingivitis and stomatitis problem, my Teddy is an old cat, I don't know old he is as I rescued him two years ago from the street. The past months the vet told us his problem, we started the normal way, anti inflammatory pills and cortisone, he feels well, eats good and two/three months later his mouth sore, inflamed and with a real bad breath! The vet told me the time between the shots will be smaller and we'll have to PUT HIM TO SLEEP eventually!

This rang a bell in my head, this will NEVER EVER happen in this life to put any of my babies down, I didn't know about HOMOEPATHY for pets!! But as I'm the kind of person of loves natural, fresh food I thought I'll give it a try and make some research, maybe I'll find natural remedies for my old Teddy, and it was so nice to find lots of remedies. I tried the coconut oil, raw chicken, yogurt, I make camomile in hot water cover the cup till it's cool and I take 2 tablespoons and add it to his bowl with water! The thing is Teddy is not improving, his teeth are so bad, his mouth smells very terrible and he lost his appetite. He stood in front of his food but not able to eat, I also mix vitamin B12, half pill ground in his food!

Plz help me, what is the best for calming his mouth and to ease the pain? How many time do I have to give him coconut oil? Which other remedies can help fast? I don't wanna lose him, he lived as a wild cat in the streets for long years and after he has a home now I don't want him to suffer! Thank you beautiful humans..

 Re: Apple Cider Vinegar Substitute?

Mon, 04 Aug 14 11:41:17 -0500

Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 08/04/2014

Hey Shanda!

It needs to be apple cider vinegar.

You should be able to purchase cider vinegar in spain - this should not be rare in your country. You want an organic one, that is raw and not pasturized, with the living cultures in it -aka 'with the mother' culture.

 Re: Hydrogen Peroxide, DMSO for Tumors

Mon, 04 Aug 14 11:36:58 -0500

Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 08/04/2014

Hey Teresa!

I have no first hand experience with your situation, but reading through the replies the answer is YES - you are to apply the mixture directly on the open tumor and on the surrounding tissue as well.

Please report back with your results!

 Re: Hydrogen Peroxide, DMSO for Tumors

Mon, 04 Aug 14 10:10:28 -0500

Posted by Teresa (Acworth, GA) on 08/04/2014

Can this combination be used on the open sores on a cancerous tumor... Located at the base of my 14 yr old huskys tail. I'm desperate to get this oozing infection under control. This dog is still walking up to 2 mi a day, drinking & eating and pottying outside. Please advise. Thanks Teresa

Re: Help Needed for Dog With Cancerous Tumor

Sun, 03 Aug 14 23:01:15 -0500

Posted by Teresa (Acworth, Ga) on 08/03/2014

14 yr old husky with cancerous tumor at base of his tail, size of a tennis ball. It has terrible fissures on it that are oozing and awful smell. He is on cephlexin 500 2x daily for over a month & tramadol for pain, the antibiotic has not helped the secondary infection. Any advice for holistic treatment would be appreciated.

 Re: Advice for Flea Infestations

Sun, 03 Aug 14 15:25:14 -0500

Posted by Supertigertv (San Francisco, California) on 08/03/2014

[YEA]  I was really surprised to have a FLEA TRAP I learned about on this website work GREAT! Those critters die EASILY in just a little bit of soapy water! I set up a flat dish with HOT water and a few drops of dish soap then arranged for a hot desk lamp to stay focused over the soapy water and all other lights in this attic room OUT. In the morning the plate was SO FULL OF DEAD FLEAS I COULD NOT BELIEVE IT! I did it two more nights and then NOTHING. THANK YOU EARTH CLINIC! You just want the room to be quiet and uninhabited while you do this of course so the light also can't be knocked over because the plate really needs to be on the FLOOR.




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