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Essiac Tea for Dogs and Cats

Jun 12, 2016


The same Essiac Tea that has been long regarded as a promising herbal remedy for cancer in people has also been used to treat tumors and other cancers in cats, dogs, and other pets. Essiac Tea was named after the Canadian nurse who recognized and studied the herbal remedy, a woman named Rene Caisse (spelled backwards). She witnessed an Ojibway herbalist use four herbs to heal a difficult case of cancer in her hospital. She then went on to study the combination and promote its use among cancer patients.

Slippery Elm, Burdock Root, Sheep Sorrel, and Turkey Rhubarb (Indian Rhubarb) are the four herbs that make up Essiac Tea.

NB: It should be noted that neither the American Cancer Society nor the National Cancer Institute support the use of Essiac Tea as a cancer therapy.

Natural Cures: Essiac Tea is primarily regarded as a cancer remedy, also possibly as a general antibiotic.


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Posted by Mary (Regina, Saskatchewan Canada) on 03/12/2009
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I brewed Essiac Tea * cups of water to half cup of the mixed dry herbs. My little minature pincher had a boil on his groin. It was frightening looking with a bright red ring around it about an inch out. I made a compress of essiac tea dreges (the leftovers you strain out). I put it on him for the first night for about 20 minutes. The next night the same and it started to weep. We put 3% h202 on it and it sizzled, we did this twice with a q tip. then I gently squeezed it and lots of gross white stuff came out. previous to this this lump was hard. It seems the essiac tea liqufied it and allowed it to come out.

Just to see, I offered my dog a taste of the tea dreges right from the bag not mixed in his food and he took a bite and actually ate it. I am going to start giving him the tea to get rid of a lump on his lip that I am concerned about. Will let you know.

Mary

Replied by Laura
Woking, Surrey, United Kingdom
12/05/2011
Lymphoma in my cat

My 15 and a half year old cat was diagnosed with Lymphoma last week. The Vet wanted to put him down there and then! The tumour is in his intestines and I have been giving him an all fresh meat and fish diet this past week plus ES Clear and the Nu Herbs which came with the kit. My cat also has one prednisolone a day and fortekor for his heart condition (which is under control).

He is much happier in himself and has started going out in the garden again. He had very runny stools but they are now normal again. I am also giving him some raw chicken livers (as seen on this site) which he laps up and probiotic yogurt.

I would like to purchase some Essiac tea but I just dont know which type to buy. It seems there are two types - the original having 4 herbs and another with 8 herbs. Also am worried about the alcohol content. Can any please advise me so I can help my beloved cat more.

Thank you.

Replied by Maria
Dublin, Ireland
01/24/2012
Hi Laura, Like you my 13 year old female cat Sacha was diagnosed with cancer last week, a tumour in her abdomen the size of a half mango, the vet said, was inoperable and better to put her down. I have started feeding her, like you on fresh chicken and partially cooked fresh fish (which she always loved). I put powdered essiac tea into the fish dish and she laps it up. SO so pleased she likes essiac tea and usually she doesn't take easily to new foods.

For about a week now she has been getting progressively worse and is now losing the power of her left hind leg when she tries to walk, which she does by sort of swinging her body from side to side as she moves as tho to propel herself forward. She's so brave. She left droppings of her stools on the floor this morning, hard ones and looking too black. She's also dribbling urine sometimes.

However since I started her on the essiac tea, twice in her food yesterday - I just put less than a quarter tsp in just enough boiling water to make a sauce for her fish, I did think I noticed an imporvement today. 'I didn't even do a concoction then as was afraid it would be too strong. I have given her two more helpings of the tea in her food today and second time I had boiled it for 10 mins. Each time she ate it. My fingers are crossed. I also put a drop of Hydrogen peroxide in her water.

To buy essiac tea there is a charity in England that offers it against- a donation of 9. 00 They are called www.cloudstrust.org. I found their website on another site that tells you all about essiac tea, it's devoted to the subject. The site name is www.healthfreedom.com

Best of luck with your remedies and success with your cat. My impression is that cats know instinctively whats good for them. If you give them sth that cures cancer, and they think it works for them they'll eat it, so long as it's not chemical but natural. Let me know how you get on.

If you like we can stay in touch, share notes and offer each other moral support. If you need a holiday from your cat perhaps I can go and cat sit for you, if you can do the same for me. Of course I'd have to bring my cat with me. I'm living in Dublin, and you?

I'd gladly give you my e-mail address here but not sure if we're allowed to do this; I'll chance it anyway. its mardnl at hotmail.com

Best of luck n lookin forward to hearing from you

Maria

Replied by Alex
Brooklyn, Ny
02/20/2015
Maria,

How did this work out for you in and your cat in the end? My cat's name is also Sasha. She has mammary cancer. She is shutting down, not eating, or drinking. I've started her on Essiac today. Wondering if there was improvement with your cat. Looking forward to hearing from you!

Replied by Om
Hope Bc Canada
02/20/2015
You can also make castor oil compresses and use ESSIAC soaked and do as the castor pack.
Replied by Cveta
Burgas, Bulgaria
03/05/2015
Hi Alex, my cat Lisa has also a mammary tumour .I can`t find Essiac for pets in Bulgaria and dont`t know if it`s save to give her Essiac for humans. Which form of the remedy are you giving and what is the dosage. Are you feeding Sasha low carb diet, or giving vit.D and shark cartilage? Thank you and good luck!
Replied by Lucy
Brentford, Middlesex, England
05/24/2015
Hi Cveta, I've read in a blog that you could use the Essiac for human for pets. You could get the tea from this website by donation:

http://www.cloudstrust.org/how-to-make-the-tea.html

I'm sure if you contact the organisation, they would be able to help you with dosage and what extra postage would be to post the tea to you. Good luck and hope this reply is not too late for your cat Lisa.

Please post and let us know how Lisa is.

Replied by Cristina
Ct
06/08/2016
I have just ordered essiac together with tru-pine for pets from http://www.essiacproducts.com/essiacforpets -- my cat Pucca, who is 12, have been diagnosed with Lymphoma (to her small intestine) last week.

if you already administered essiac and/or tru-pine capsules to your pet, did you noticed any side effects, for example diarrhea or vomiting?


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Posted by Susan (Ontario, Canada) on 07/02/2010
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Our cat, Jacob, was diagnosed with osteocarcoma (bone cancer) in 2000, and was given 3 months to live. We were told the cancer would metasticize and spread to his lungs very quickly, as this was the most aggressive kind of cancer. We started giving him Essiac tea, one teaspoonful in his wet food twice a day, and the cancer did not metasticize. Jacob in fact lived a happy life until November 2005, when he passed from cardiac arrest at age 15. I have always wanted to share this information, but until I found Earth Clinic, I was never sure how to get the message out there! This is an amazing resource tool - thank you for being there!

Replied by Cl
Chicago, Il
07/06/2010
My 11 year old cat likely has squamous cell carcinoma in his jawbone. The specialist did not do a biospy, as he was convinced that the tumor is cancerous. I was given the surgery and chemo as options. I am very interested to try essaic tea for my cat, but have read in several places that rhubarb, one of the herbs in the tea, is toxic to dogs and cats. Please advise. Is this tea safe? My cat is 15 pounds and thus far seems quite well. His blood is normal and nothing has spread to other organs. I'd also like to try castor oil and other supplements if anyone has suggestions. Please help. Thanks.
Replied by Susan From Ontario Canada
Owen Sound, Ontario Canada
07/20/2010
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I had not heard that rhubarb was toxic for cats, and can only tell you that the tea certainly seemed to work for Jacob. I also gave it to our other senior cat, Rusty, who just passed away this January at age 20! I have read many other positive stories about the effects of Essiac tea on cats and dogs and can only assume that if rhubarb is toxic, the doses are small enough not to matter or any toxicity is lost when the rhubarb is used in combination with the other herbs/plants in the Essiac. Best of luck to you and your cat!
Replied by Arlene
Welland, Ontario
08/04/2010
Hi Susan, I was wondering if you brew your own Essiac or you get it from health food stores with the green label. I used to live in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where I first came upon brewed Essiac. The lady, Ginny Darby who supplied the health food stores now resides in Tennessee, but doesn't ship across the border any longer due to the border not letting it through. I have tried a lady name Lynn from Ottawa who said they stock in Winnipeg. A lady named Ruth supposedly stocks it, but I get no answer and no machine. Any info would help. (I put my FIV kitty Smokie on it and tested her blood before and 6 months after, the results were very significant!! )
Thanks , Arlene
Replied by Susan
Owen Sound Ontario, Ontario Canada
02/08/2011
Hi Arlene. I am so sorry but it has been months since I checked in to this part of the site. I actually brewed my own tea, but only because it was less expensive to do so. I am sure the prepared herbal tonic would be just as effective.
Replied by Rottiemom65
Shelburne, Ontario, Canada
07/09/2011
I have started our 8 year old female rottie on Essiac tea after discovery a mass in the front of her throat. We are not sure if it is cancerous, but after researching all herbal rememdies the Essiacs seemed the best. The advise on the site however was NOT to give animals the premade liquid tonic as it contains alcohol. We bought the powder and made the tea our selves. I will let you know how she progresses on it. We did buy the liquid however for ourselves and are taking it as an immune system booster.
Replied by Saraa
New York, Ny
09/25/2011
My sweet 11 yr old kitty was diagnosed with oral cancer ten days ago; she has a tumor on the roof of her mouth. I'm waiting for the lab results (they aren't sure if it's melanoma or fibrosarcoma) and have a CT scan scheduled this week to see if it's gone into her nasal/sinus cavities.

As soon as she was diagnosed, I started giving her what I thought was Essiac tea from my health food store, but now realizing per the posts above that what I gave her was the 8 herb formula. Is there any danger that I've done this? It was only for about a week-ten days. I've just ordered the 'real' 4 herb proper version from Canada.

However, I have trouble giving her the tea, as it requires holding her and putting it down her mouth/throat with a dropper, which terrifies her (I'm sure due to the tumor taking up half her mouth). I also mix it into her food, but her appetite has decreased significantly due to the tumor.

Any other suggestions? She's still bathing regularly so I thought about dipping her paws in it.....?

Replied by Susi
Ontario
10/13/2015
Just curious as to what the alcohol content does to my pet, should I give her the liquid essiac? Does anyone know how soon one would see it working?
Replied by Om
Hope, Bc Canada
10/13/2015
Susi (Ontario) ---

When you buy ESSIAC it must be the original. I bought mine from ESSIAC WEST online. It has to have all roots and four herbs, not more not less. It will be very beneficial and in fact, I am making mine for prevention and detox. Make sure you start with smaller than suggested dosage and work it up gradually, watching for herx. reaction, that' s over kill as the herbs are very potent.

Be aware that tumors will blow up before they collapse. Then you can use turmeric powder and coconut oil mixed with castor oil on the wound. Also give turmeric powder internally, about 1/4 tsp. with some coconut oil as the t. powder is not water soluble but it binds with oil.

The instructions are included. Namaste, Om

Replied by Michelle
France
10/16/2015
hi, I am new to this site so I hope I have posted in the correct way. My cat who is 15yrs has a growth on her bottom it was removed two years ago. It has returned and vet will not operate due to concerns about her going to the toilet. They told me to put her to sleep but as yet I cant do this as she is so special to me and she still is showing good signs of enjoying her life.

The growth is weeping and getting large so god only knows what it is like inside. I have just began giving her wheat grass juice and then found this site. It interests me to try caster oil, tumeric and the herbs you mention on her.

My concerns are as the growths seems to be an open wound and weeping is it still ok to apply tumeric and caster oil? I have ordered the herbs to make essiac ( not the finished product as the web sites look a bit dodgy to me) I use herbs all the time on my farm animals so its not new to me. Im just not sure about her bottom looking so red would it hurt her? I hope someone can help me as I cant stop crying about her. thanks

Replied by Theresa Donate

Mpls., Mn
10/16/2015
Hello Michelle!

Castor oil is an excellent remedy for open wounds - it helps ward off infection. Turmeric is also excellent for open wounds and is a pain remedy to boot. You can apply twice daily or as often as needed when you clean the ruptured tumor area.

And please take Rescue Remedy - for both your girl and yourself. It will help the both of you feel more calm and centered through this treatment.


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Posted by Rachel (France) on 01/24/2016

Hi - I am trying to purchase the right form of essiac remedy for my 13 year old cat with a tumor originating from his jawbone. I am using cortizone as a painkiller at the moment - he is still in fine form. I decided not to opt for surgery, reconstructive jaw surgery and chemo as the vet said he would have 6 more months at most. the link you mention to buy doesn't work - and as the use of his jaw is reduced by the tumour - I think powder onto food will be better than syringe. Thanks in advance for your help, Rachel


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Posted by Missy T.o. (Toronto, On, Canada) on 03/03/2011

Hello fellow members. I have read the posts about the Essiac 8-herb tea as being the cure for pet cancer. Yet I have found that the Original Essiac company has a Beware disclaimer warning people that the 8-herb tea is NOT the original Rene Caisse's product or formula.

Brusch - Paulhus 8 herb formula is not Essiac by Nurse Rene Caisse. So why are the Paulhus' calling their product Essiac?

The true Canadian Rene Caisse formula called ESSIAC consists of only 4 herbs. Don't be confused by the 8 herb formula developed by Dr. Brusch years after Rene Caisse had passed away in 1978.

Do your homework.

Our pets lives are at stake. If people are posting untruthful information as a way to promote their home business base, that is really sad.

I just discovered that my loving cat has cancer and I sure don't want to be messing around with a knock off of the original Rene Caisse's formula. I called my health food store and they only cary the original 4 herb formulas. That speaks volumes to me and it also should to you.

I hope the Earth Clinic staff looks into this info and sorts it out, as it could cost our lovely pets their lives.

Wish me luck, I want to save my kitty's life.

Replied by Rick
Albuquerque, New Mexico
08/22/2011
Should I apply the tea directly to the tumorous mass? My dog has an open cancer sore on her leg and I suspect it would be pretty easy to do this topically.

The vet has said her cancer is inoperable, but she is feeling pretty sprightly, eating like a little pig and walking just fine--so I thought I should at least try this treatment, but again, wondered the best way to do it.

Thanks.

Replied by Karen
Pueblo Of Acoma, Nm
05/05/2014
Many thanks to such a great site, for humans and our four-legged companions! I have a dog, Lady, who developed a lump on her back just above her tail. Her hair did not grow in that area and the growth often looked swollen and lumpy. I did not want anyone to cut it as it might spread, and I did not want to traumatize my little girl, so, upon the advice of a naturopathic chiropractor I go to, who is also an animal lover, he suggested I give her Essiac. I started stirring a tablespoon of the concentrated tea into her food twice a day. I home brew the tea and therefore have a lot of the thickened herbs left over, so one day I decided to just put a glob of the herbal substance right on the growth. I held it there for a while to make sure it would not slip off. I kept putting some more on it each day for about a month, while continuing to give her the tea in her food. The growth has completely dried up, but I continue to give her a tablespoon of the liquid once a day to make sure it does not come back. I hope that is helpful.
Replied by Spectrekitty
Dallas, Tx, Usa
05/28/2014
I have to say, I did use the 8-herb formula, and had great results, so I'd advise that it's NOT dangerous. My 16-yr-old Himalayan (cat), who was given 6 wks to 6 mos to live by our vet, lived to be 19 years old - largely, I'm convinced, due to the Essiac "knock-off" I was giving him!
Stacey
London
03/22/2016
Hi, I have been using the Essiac tea with my 6kg cat Baby, who has 3 masses in his lungs since last Monday(7 days), and I have noticed blood in his feces. Do you think that's ok? He is bouncing about and eating and drinking ect. Thanks, Stacey xox
Replied by Angela Appleton
Bluff Dale, Tx
10/06/2014
More info on the dosage please. Are ya'll brewing the tea in small batches and giving how much, how many times per day? Or sprinkling the whole tea on their food. And for that too, how much and how often did you use it. Thank you for any info. We are dealing with several small tumors in the lungs of our 13 yr old.
Replied by Om
Hope Bc Canada
10/07/2014
Angela --- for your thirteen year old ? with lung trouble.

I obtained my Essiac tea from ESSIAC WEST online. Theirs is the four herb tea with roots included.

It comes with a booklet where all your questions are answered.

Start with a lesser solution on page eight, para. four.I am doing one tsp. daily, hoping to do one tsp. morning and evening.

It is best to go slow and watch the thirteen year old. Is it a dog?

Namaste, Om

Replied by Denise
Georgia
12/15/2015
I have a 15 year old Himalayan who was diagnosed with lymphoma. I ordered the Essiac and the bottle says one half capsule twice a day. I have been emptying the capsule, mixing it with warm water and syringing it into her mouth (not too fond of it, but toerates it). Is there a better way? The gel caps are huge and she can only take half at one time. Her breathing is sometimes labored. I don't want to give up on her but I don't want her to suffer...especially breathing. She is still eating and using the litter box.
Replied by Om
Hope. Bc Canada
12/16/2015
Denise (Georgia) ---

Pleasse do not feed pets with capsules. Authentic ESSIAC do not advise to use capsules anyway. Make the tea with the four herbs and roots. That will be easy to feed with syringe. Best of success.

Namaste, Om

Replied by Denise
Georgia
12/21/2015
I'm not giving her the capsule...just emptying it into warm water and dividing it in half twice a day. She's been taking it pretty good with the syringe and her appetite seems to be coming back. I bought Essiac for Pets (from Rene M. Caisse R.N.)...of course it could be a knock off (hope not for $41.00) but it does list only the 4 herbs listed in the original formula. In this day and time you never know if you're getting an authentic product. Thank you for your advice. I am hoping for one of the miracles I've read about.
Replied by Denise
Georgia
12/30/2015
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I just wanted to update on Khaki, my Himalayan. She continues to improve. Her appetite is better and her breathing is much better. I really thought I was going to have to put her down. I can only conclude that the Essiac is the reason for her miraculous improvement. I don't like to get my hopes up, especially with lymphoma, but if she can have a few more healthy months (or years) thanks to Essiac tea, then I am very grateful. Don't give up hope and give this a try if your pet has been diagnosed with cancer.
Maddie Moo
Chicago
02/19/2016
Thank you all for your stories. Denise, I was excited to hear about your cat as my Shih Tzu has lymphoma as well in the lungs. She did Chemo and was in remission and when it came back, we tried again, but unfortunately it's become resistant. I started Essiac today....I only gave her 1/4 of an oz vs 1/2 once and she had upset tummy an hour later and wasn't feeling well until this afternoon. I am going to try and mix with a little food tomorrow, but did anyone's furbaby react initially? Should I just gradually increase? Thank you all!!! Would love updates as well!
Replied by Mama To Many Donate

Tennessee
12/31/2015
Dear Denise,

Truly happy for you that Khaki is doing better! Thanks for taking the time to update!

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Theresa Donate

Mpls., Mn
03/22/2016
Hello Stacey,

When you say 'blood in stool' does that mean they are black and tarry looking stools, or is the blood bright red?

Black, tarry stools indicate bleeding in the stomach or upper GI tract; this could be a serious complication.

Bright red blood in the stools means the bleeding is happening at the end of the GI tract near the anus; this could be from something simple like repeatedly straining to make a bowel movement.

If this were my cat black stools would have us at the vet in short order; bright red blood would have me keeping an eye on things to see if they worsen/stay the same/resolve.

Replied by Stacey
London
03/23/2016
Hi Theresa many thanks for your reply. The blood is a bright red color, and I spoke to his homeopath vet yesterday, and he sent me some homeopath tablets for him to take, with the others he is on. So thankyou so much for your advice, regards Stacey x

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Posted by Nao (Jakarta, Indonesia) on 01/05/2016

Hi, my 9yo dog is diagnosed with tumor in his bladder. I changed his diet to home cooked brown rice and simmered free ranged chicken and blended broccoli and shitake. I read many grave things about this kind of tumor, I am thinking to try essiac tea on him but confused where I should get it from? I live in Asia, I will need to order online either from US or Canada and shipped it to my country. So want to make sure I get the best essiac tea for my baby.

Replied by Om
Hope Bc Canada
01/05/2016
Nao Jakarta Indonesia ---

Essiac West carry the original formula with roots and four herbs. This is from the US where I ordered mine. The herbs are fresh and fragrant. They also include an instruction booklet.

Frankincense high percentage in drop(s) over the site. Visit the Truth About Cancer for more info.

All the best. Namaste, Om

Replied by Nao
Jakarta, Indonesia
01/10/2016
Thank you so much Om for your reply. I am researching frankincense now thanks for pointing me to that. Where do you usually buy frankincense from if I may know, since I read not all essential oils can be taken orally. Do you have any experience administering frankincense to dog? How much should we give a 7kg/15lbs dog?

Thank you again Om in advance

Replied by Om
Hope, Bc Canada
01/12/2016
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Nao (Jakarta, Indonesia)

At the present time of my writing I have the same problem finding the right essential frankincense oil as the percentage should be high and not as sold generally in health stores.

If you visit "The Truth About Cancer", in the blog you may find many leads to the right kind albeit it is in the US. I am trying to find a solution to the problem in Canada and will try US if nothing transpires.

While it is true that essential oils should not be ingested, expert advice is needed as many cancer patients have been helped with essential oils internally and externally. See also utube on essential oils for more info. For a little dog 1/2 to one drop seems enough. To make 1/2 drop, do one drop with the carrier oil and half the rest for the next time. I hope this is clear enough.

For instance, placing a drop or two on the site is the thing to do.

My advice is to ask Mama to Many on EC as she could give you valuable hints. She has a source that is reliable. Best wishes

Namaste Om

Replied by Mama To Many Donate

Tennessee
01/12/2016
Dear Nao,

Om mentions that you are searching for Frankincense Essential Oil for your dog. I have found that Mountain Rose Herbs out of Oregon, and Hopewell Oils (Texas, I think) both have a high quality 100% Frankincense Essential oil, we have used both with success.

Generally essential oils are best used externally. But some are used internally for serious illness. I have used Frankincense for a bladder infection for myself, and I did that externally. I just massaged one drop into the abdomen, over the bladder area. It was surprisingly effective. So, you may not even need to worry about try it internally. It also gave quick relief to an ovarian cyst (along with castor oil) and again, I used this externally.

If you are not able to get Frankincense, perhaps the Essiac will be enough. You may also try castor oil, which has been helpful for tumors for some. Again, you could massage one drop on the abdomen above the bladder area. Castor Oil can have a laxative effect, even used externally. Just be prepared for extra potty breaks if you try out this remedy.

I hope you are able to get your doggie healed soon!

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Allison
Maryland
01/28/2016
Hi, what amount did you give your pet?
Replied by Julio
Pittsburgh, Pa
03/31/2016
Hello. My dog has the same bladder disease. He was operated on about 6 months ago to remove the tumor. Since then the cancer has returned. I have been reading alot about essiac tea for shrinking tumors and the one I have ordered is called bcct from a company called Only Natural Pet located in the usa. Of all that I've read and the reviews I've looked at, this product is the one that gives me the most hope. Good luck to you

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Posted by Barbara (Tempe, Az) on 07/23/2013

Hello Everyone- My pet Minnie recently had a Soft Tissue Sarcoma re-appear after having it surgically removed 7 mos. ago.

Has anyone had success with Essiac Tea and if so, please help with the dosage. Also, anything else you can recommend would be appreciated.

Minnie is almost 10yrs and is a Border Collie and means the world to us.

Thank you very much. Barb

Replied by Om
Hope Bc, Canada
07/24/2013
Barbara from Tempe, Az. Yes, Essiac is perfect for Minnie. It must be taken at least for six months twice a day on empty stomach. Diet should include lots of turmeric and some powdered vit C. I used Essiac to rid a friend's dog of suspected cancer of the spleen. It was gone after six months. The dosage depends on the weight of the dog. In her case it could be one ounce in warm water. You can brew the tea yourself. The website for Essiac will give much assistance. The herbs have to have the roots attached! My shepherd voided a black jelly like mass after some weeks of usage as the tea detoxifies the entire body. No need to worry but pay attention to clean and wholesome diet.

My own feelings about raw food is that even the meat of grassfed animals is not free of GMO's as they are all fed with that kind of formula which is done everywhere. So my dogs eat lamb or chicken but the problem remains re GMO's. Lots of raw vegs. And VCO one tablesp. At least. You may want to include kelp powder and nutritional yeast. Good luck. Om


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Posted by Gabriela (Coram, Ny) on 06/09/2016

My 11 year old Boxer mix has been coughing for almost two months. X-rays show a "mass" on her right lung, most likely "primary pulmonary neoplasia". Did anyone had any experience using the Essiac Tea on these types of lung tumors? I would appreciate any feedback!

Replied by Stacey
Uk
06/12/2016
Hi, we used essiac tea for out cat with great results ...he was a 6 kg cat and gave him 5ml mixed with 5ml water
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06/12/2016
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Hi, we used essiac tea for out cat with great results ...he was a 6 kg cat and gave him 5ml mixed with 5ml water

Posted by Jo Ann (Palm Desert, Ca) on 01/28/2016
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My Journey with Jinx and Her Cancer

May 2015 noticed large lump - came up overnight about the size of a half golf ball; took Jinx to vet next day. She thought it was an abscess so cut it open to drain and put in drain tube. When she started she noticed that it didn't have the consistency of an abscess and sent the tissue to be biopsied.When the results came back it turned out to be a very aggressive type of fibrosarcoma. Possibly vaccine related.

One week later I took Jinx to the Oncology specialist, Dr. Macy, He said they could remove the left hind quarter; but, there was a 50/50 chance it would come back. We decided to try to slow it down with medication (Proxicam) and keep her comfortable. She was put on Proxicam and given a chemo drug (Lomastine) one every 3 weeks along with blood tests to check her white blood cell count.

This caused the tumor to shrink substantially; but it started to get bigger again after about 3 months. I had started her on 1/2 capsule of Essiac tea, twice a day, at the same time. They tried three other chemo drugs during the next 4 months; non of them seemed to slow the growth of the tumor. She was taking the essiac all through this. She never had any adverse reaction to any of the chemo.

In December 2015, when the tumor was getting very large(about the size of my fist) I decided to gradually increase her dosage of Essiac and the Dr. stopped the chemo treatments and said he didn't think there was any more they could do. I was told to keep her on the Proxicam and that I would know when it was time to put her to sleep....... she would stop eating and groonming.

It is now January 2016

I had increased the dose of essiac to 1 1/2 capsule twice a day. The tumor started to get very soft in the center (it had been a hard solid mass) and in a few days started to open and seep. At first it was a light clear reddish fluid, then turning clear. At first there was no odor at all. After a couple of days it seemed to start to smell and she got quite lethargic. Still eating though. It is now completely open and the tumor looks to be receding.

I called the vet and started her on Amoxicillin. She immediately improved and the odor of the drainage went away. It continuing to drain and has decreased in size by about 1/3 (2 weeks after the chemo was stopped.) I have been spraying it with Veterycin a few times a day to help keep it from getting infected. I really think she had the infection in her body before this started to drain; but I'm not sure.

She is acting so much more normal and it appears to me that this tumor is purging itself. The hole are filled with a substance that looks very much like chicken fat only white. It doesn't seem to hurt and Jinx is cleaning regularly. I think this is removing the necrotic skin as it dies. She has really had a boost energy in the last few days.

Has anyone else had a similar experience? I would like to see what I might expect next.

Replied by Luis
Fl
02/06/2016
How many mg was the capsules you used and what brand? Thank you.
Replied by Bb22
Muskoka, Ontario
06/07/2016
Dear Jinx the cat carer,

We are in the throes of trying to treat a hind leg tumor on our 12 year Louis, as he has just been diagnosed with so much damage in the bone where the tumor is emerging at the hock joint, that the leg is considered unviable, and likely to break. In which case it would apparently be unable to knit and heal.

So, we have been advised to amputate the entire hind leg up to and including the hip joint.

He is presently on a very small amount of pain killer every 12 hours, and we are giving him essiac tea 5ml 2X a day on an empty stomach, as well as 5 -7 drops of Feline Gold fro Pet Wellbeing, 2X a day with food.

So far the protrusions which are considered a tumor and a secondary inflammatory response to the bone cancer, are intermittently shrinking and expanding. The lower one is getting open and oozing. We administer it daily with a warm salt water soak for 10 minutes and apply a smear of emu oil combined with essiac dregs, olive leaf extract, turmeric and colloidal silver.

WE also give him shark liver oil and co Q 10 in a syringe orally once a day.

this boy has been struggling with hyperthyroidism for almost two years. He is on 10 drops of thyroid support from Pet wellbeing 2X a day which helps a lot.

Anyway, we are on the horns of a dilemma. Do we amputate - scheduled for one week from now - or do we keep treating him at home and wait and see ...

What a huge decision...

We believe he has had this condition for a long time, but didn't let on there was anything wrong until he started licking the spot where the swelling suddenly emerged, and by removing the haired from licking so much we were able to see that there was something very wrong. That was two weeks ago.

Does anyone have any experience with the wait and see or amputate right away decision?

The Xray did not reveal any sign of spreading ( if this is even cancer- they're not totally sure as it could be fungal or even bacterial) but it did show that the lower half of the tibia bone looks lytic - compromised and weak and so very vulnerable.

Thank you for any comments you may be able to offer

BB22

Replied by Suseeq
Sydney, Australia
06/08/2016
Hmm. A hard discision. Go with your gut consider how long you have been treating it. If you have just started I would give it longer, have you seen much improvement? Look at all aspects before you make your mind.
Replied by Bb22
Muskoka Ontario
06/10/2016
Thanks for your comments, Suseeq. The wait and see a bit scenario feels right, given that the external masses are seemingly dissolving, with the much touted chicken fat substance emerging from an opening in the middle of the lower mass. He is still eating well and surprisingly mobile, but limping on it when he first gets up in particular. We are trying to discern whether the tenderness is from the superficial wound changes or from the lytic changes in the bone. So hard to tell. But he continually leads with the 'bad' leg going up the stairs...

Hanging in here in Muskoka for the moment.

BB22


Posted by Ping (Portland, Oregon, Usa) on 08/31/2014
4 out of 5 stars

I have a 11 years old Golden Retriver Tahoe. She was diagnosed with osteosarcoma on her right front leg two weeks ago. After the initial diagnosis, shoe couldn't walk anymore and limped badly. The only time she would stand up and walked a little bit is two meal time and potty time. She lost weight, had reduced appetite even though I started to feed her homemade meal after the diagnosis. Most time she just lie in her bed and seemed in pain and listless. Three days ago, I started to give her 60ml Essiac tea twice daily on empty stomach. I can see her condition improved just after one dose of the tea. After two doses of the tea, she walked outside with me for two blocks after dinner. This was the first time she ever walked since the initial diagnosis. Now, after three days of taking Essiac tea, her limp improved a lot. She walks twice a day, finishes her meal completely, go potty twice a day, and seemed gain back some weight. I am so grateful of the site caninecancer introducing Essiac tea to me and my lovely dog Tahoe. I am keeping my fingers acrossd and hoping Tahoe will make a full recovery and put the cancer into remission.

Replied by Deb
Northern Ca., US
12/09/2014
How's your dog doing? I'm scared my cat has tumor, but I've heard of essiac years ago. My 85 yr old friend suppressed 5 tumors with it. Bad flu virus got him and wife, doctors discourage people. I'm looking for support for my cat. Let me know what happened. I'm proud to hear of you brave pioneers, as I am also.
Replied by Sue
St. Jospeh, Mi
12/17/2014
How do you give the Essiac tea?
Replied by Shirley
Minnesota, US
03/26/2015
My two yr. old cat was diagnosed with fiv.. I am giving krill oil in a dropper .. carefull not to get too much so it goes into the lungs ..do it slow. Also L=lysine & organic vinager in his water. Also a probiotic. Another preventive for kidney & urine problems is Kidney support GOLD by Pet Wellbing (on line). I also ordered liver which I will give small amounts daily. I had a cat that was 15 who would not eat or drink for 10 days, the vet said bring her in & they would put her to sleep. I took off work & carried her in a sling all day & gave her 4 times a day cod liver oil. On the 10th day she jumped out & started drinking & eating slowly & lived until she was 22 & died in my arms.. She had a tumor in her stomach & the cod liver oil somehow healed it.. could have been a hair ball.. they figured she lived to be 15 & she would die... not so.. Also healed a tumor on my niece's dog's cheek.. I forget the two things I used for a pack..(it is a old treatment for humans with boils etc).. It worked.. also gave a little in the mouth.. I am going to look it up tonite.. some cold packed oil & baking soda (natural kind with no aluminum in it. it works.. look it up.. just put in cold pressed oil & baking soda... cannot remember the name of the oil... should pop up on the computer maybe.. thank u .. If anyone has anything else for Fiv.. for my Hoot (cat) was diagnosed today 3.25.15, Shirley.

Posted by Vicky (State College, Pa. Usa) on 12/22/2011

I have just learned that my 11 yr. old cat has a malignant tumor on her small intestine. I am heartbroken. Can anyone tell me how much liquid and also the powdered version of Essiac I should give her? I have read this is quite helpful for tumors.

Hope someone can help me. Vicky

Replied by Lindy
Mill Park, Victoria, Australia
12/29/2011
Hi Vicki, my Blue Burmese is 16 years old with a cancerous tumour in her mouth/jaw. I give her one essiac capsule (contents mixed into her food) in morning and one again at night feed. I am now also adding 2 teaspoons of colloidal silver water to her regular drinking water each time I fill the bowl. If you have trouble getting your cat to eat the food with the essiac in it, try mixing the essiac capsule contents into a little butter. My cat used to just lick this off the spoon. Now though she is having difficulty eating so I have to syringe feed her at the moment. Good luck with your kitty. Make sure you buy original Essiac - look at web site "all things healthy" they are a NZ distributor of the original essiac formula (which is copyrighted) and will despatch to all countries.
Replied by Maria
Dublin, Ireland, Co Dublin
01/24/2012
Hi Vicky and Lindy, I have just learnt tons and tons of things about essiac tea on the excellent website devoted exclusively to essiac tea. The name is www.healthfreedom.com

it points out in particular that the original formula contains the roots as well as the leaves of the sheep's sorrel. This is paramount for the success of the treatment. Withour the root the medicine is less effective. The reason why some companies don't include the roots is because it's more expensive to produce.

If you want to share your experiences with me my e-mail addres is mardnl at hotmail.com

I too am treating my 13 yr old cat who recently was diagnosed with tumour in abdomen, with essiac and she loves it AND it seems to be doing her good

Best of luck with this

Maria

Replied by Kenipela
Brantford, Ontario
02/23/2012
My cat didn't show cancer on his xrays or in his blood work but he has a big lump by his nose/mouth and his lip is swollen so much he gets food stuck up under it and his eye swells part closed some days, it comes and goes.... The vet said that she's pretty sure it's a tumor though it's not acting like a typical cancerous tumor... I can't afford to do the biopsy/test as it's close to about $600 or so for all that, & I can't afford cancer treatments. Did the tea help u at all?
Replied by Fiona
London, England Uk
04/15/2012
Hi Maria and All, My 18 year old cat has just recently been diagnosed with lymphoma. I had already ordered Essiac tea from _______ when I found the swelling by her throat.

It's early days yet but I'd like to tell you that I recently read in a book by Dr Cass Ingram (naturopathic style doctor) that sardines are a good (almost) complete food and great for the immune suppressed. It seems the only thing missing is Vitamin C. She loves sardines anyway and has taken Essiac on it's own and with the sardines which pleasantly surprised me.

I'm going to put vitamin C in the form of sodium ascorbate in her food (to bowel tolerance by starting with 100grams 3 times a day and when her stools become runny with any increase in dosage that'll be the sign to reduce it to where her stools remain firm). Another thing is to look at enzymes and probiotics to help their digestion so they get all the goodness from their food; flaxseed oil, a good vitamin supplement; barleygrass, spirulina, chlorella. I'm not saying all these are right for your cats but they are recommenede by various naturopathic vets. I give my cats a combined spirulina and astaxanthin supplement as well a combined digestive enzymes and probiotics powder mixed into their food. A drop of apple cider vinegar in their mineral water too. Please avoid tapwater at all costs.

I recommend a book by Martin Zucker called "The Veterinarian's Guide To Natural remedies For Cats" which is a collection of many veterinarians' approaches and advice on the whole gamut of feline health issues including the foundation of good health, nutrition.

Kelp (and other brown seaweeds as I understand) has anti-tumour properties. serrapeptase is worth investigating as it dissolves dead tissue; fulvic acid is something else worth researching due to it's enormous health properties.

Lots of love and care goes a long way to helping your pets feel better and a relaxed atmosphere so please do not stress yourselves, there is hope despite what the allopathic vets/doctors may say

I wish you and your beloved animals well and the best of health to you all,

kind regards, Fiona


Posted by Todd (Lake Stevens, Washington) on 07/15/2011
5 out of 5 stars

Two years ago, my yellow lab toots, was diagnosed with thyroid and had a lump the size of a golf ball on her throat. The vet said she would only live about three months. She had lost about 14 lbs. We were heart broken as she was only five years old. We began giving her essiac in capsule form. After three months, the tumor had shrunk to the size of a pea. Two more months later, all of her weight came back on and the tumor was completely gone. Took her to the vet and he was astonished. He couldn't find A SIGN OF CANCER IN HER ANYWHERE. We were giving her six capsules daily and have now cut it back to one a day. She is full of energy and I am looking forward to many more years with her at my side.

Todd

Replied by Maria
Dublin Ireland, Co Dublin
01/24/2012
Hi Todd, I'm so pleased for you and THANK YOU for sharing this success story with us. This gives us all hope and boosts our confidence in nature. Thank you again

Maria

Replied by Vicki
Manchester
08/15/2015
Wow. You said you gave her 6 capsules daily. I'm only giving one a day as directed. How did you decide to go with more? Thanks.
Replied by Rhonda
United States
01/26/2016
Did the tumor size increase first?

Posted by Kokila (Roslyn Heights, New York, Usa) on 09/12/2010
5 out of 5 stars

I'm submitting a natural cure I find remarkable: Essiac. It cured my little dog of tumors, and cysts. I feel excited about it, and am trying it myself to boost immune function.

Replied by Laura
Cheyenne, Wy
12/25/2010
Where is the best place to purchase this? My cat age 17 just developed lymphoma cancer. I bought some EHS clear however it contains alcohol.
Replied by Robinf
Kannapolis, Nc
12/22/2011
Can someone please help me quick? My 10 year old Maltese has lymphoma and it's moving so quickly, that we've chosen not to do any medical treatments of chemo. Yesterday, I located some Essiac powder after reading on this site how it had miraclously helped other animals... The problem now is that I cannot find anything definitive about how to give the powder to her.... Or how much... She weighs about 15 pounds now and she's not eatting a lot... The prednesone is helping some in that area, but she still turns her nose up at most things. Can someone tell me how and how much I should be giving her?

Thanks in advance...

Replied by Minnie
Maastricht, Netherlands
12/26/2011
Hi Robin, Im having the same problem with my 7 year Boston. The problem is I'm overseas and I don't speak the language, it is really stressing me out. All the vets keep telling me to put her to sleep. She is still eating, playing and walking. She has shallow breathing and a huge tumor in her breast and her leg is swollen. When you find out please let me know and I will do the same for you. I found someone here that makes the tea, but I dont know if it's the right one. Wish me luck and the same for you!
Replied by Le Anna
Brisbane, Qld
01/02/2012
Hi Robin, I was in the same boat- still am. Just how much do you give to a dog and what if the dog (like mine) hates the taste of it and will not consume it? Well it's heartbreaking to say the least. I stopped forcing the tea into Melanie, she was getting so upset and I was too. I was just stressing her out even more by forcing the tea down her throat. So I stopped. I commenced with Tumeric and Cinamin as a tea and once again although she was a little better with this, she hates it. What to do? You feel so powerless, helpless.

Today after seeing that the tumour has grown, I thought and made the decision to go back to the tea. However I'm not making it up and waiting for it to brew. I don't have time, I can see that. So I have elected rightly or wrongly to give her the tea straight in a small amount of ice cream which she will accept. I guess I'm trying something out of the box, as this isn't recommended on any website. If I have any positive results I will let you know. Good luck to you and your treasured one.

Le Anna

Replied by Dog-lover
Akron, Ohio
01/05/2012
If your dog refuses the Essiac Tea at all costs. Then I'd try something else.

Ever heard of the Budwig Diet? A lot of people have had similar success treating all kinds of cancer, much like with Essiac Tea. I'm sure your pets would consume that.

One warning about using the Budwig Diet (I had this problem with my dog). It's made up of flax seed oil, and cottage cheese. It's very heavy in fats, even though they're good fats, they can cause pancreas problems.

I would strongly suggest giving them digestive enzymes with the Budwig Diet, since it might cause pancreatitis in dogs. They might have trouble digestiving the fats. Or at least consult with your vet if your pet has a history pancreatitis first.

Best up luck to your loved ones, whatever you decide to do.

Replied by Kelly
Bend, Oregon, Usa
01/08/2012
I took my 12-yr-old (13 in Feb) 28# McNab cattle dog in for x-rays of a possible back injury on Dec 27 and found a tumor on her spleen and fluid around her heart and lung. After a second x-ray this week for confirmation, decided against chemo and did some on-line research. I got some Essiac tea leaves and flax oil at the Health Store. I was able to get her to eat one meal of the cottage cheese-flax oil. I brewed some tea but couldn't find directions for how much to use or how much to give her and she won't take it. Last evening her breathing became very labored and she has stopped eating now. I used a syringe to give her some of the tea but have only gotten about 18cc into her during the night and another 20 today so far. She did drink some water this am. Do you think it is too late for this to help her now? She has always been such an active, puppy-like dog who went for hours with me on horse-back trips. No one could believe her age. I know I should wait longer before posting this, but fear every minute is needed. Can anyone help me please.
Replied by Jody
North Freedom
06/25/2013
How many capsules should I give my dog that weighs about 20 weakened pounds?
Replied by Natalie
Montana, US
02/23/2015
For authentic Essiac tea, which you brew, please visit rene caisse tea dot com. Deb works with Mali Klein, and they are extremely ethical in providing a superior product which is the same formula which Rene Caisse used.
Replied by Rebecca
Tasmania
05/27/2015
hi, try aussie well to buy your essiac tea, it's around $60.00 for 1 pound which equates to around 500 grams and it's also 2 day free shipping (they get it from starwest botanicals in U.S.A.).
Replied by Conny
St. Augustine, Florida
01/02/2016
My german shepherd has lymphosarcoma. He is 5 years old..i just started him on essiac tea. How much should I give him ..he has been through some chemo and it did not work. He has lost weight. Cause he won't eat ..i use a syringe to get some babyfood down him.. he has been vomiting a clear slimy white liquid. Is this from the tea? thankyou Conny

Posted by Tiffany (Slidell, LA) on 06/12/2009

I have read everyones comments on Esiac Tea and I am very excited to hear of the results. My boxer Sadee just got diagnosed with a tumer that is attached on the side of her spine but luckily looks like it has not gone into the spinal cord because she has all of her motor functions. They are performing surgery on her this Monday. Most of the postings I have seen are with cats, is there anyone out there with dogs that has gotten good results? My other question is do you boil the tea and if so how many bags? Or is it better to do the concentrated capsules? If anybody with dogs or cats has any advice I SO APPRECIATE it!!!! She is my first dog and my heart. I now have 3 boxers but she is extra special and I will do anything to save her! My email is Arabellahome1@bellsouth.net


Posted by Linda (Brooklyn, New York) on 04/26/2009
5 out of 5 stars

Later for the doubters of natural cures, I know some do work. My beautiful, intelligent 9 year old Westhighland White Terrier had a lump on her upper right leg about a year ago-then aged 8. The Vet did EXPENSIVE surgery, blood tests and biopsy. The diagnosis was a canine cancer which is localized-cannot recall the name right now-hermangioma something or other. The diagnosis was that she would have a re-occurence of the lump so the VET encouraged me to take her for radiation/chemotherapy or an amputation-no way, Jose! I resolved to never allow surgery on her again. Immediately next day began my pup on daily ESSIAC and nightly castor oil packs; she now has ESSIAC about twice a week. The lump has not come back-thank goodness for Nurse Caisse.

Replied by Teresa
Jonesborough, Tennessee
08/29/2010
Hi I have a 11yr old multi-poo and four weeks ago he was also diagnosed with cancer I can't remember the very long name all I know is it is stage two. They wanted to do a second surgery to "make" sure they got it all! But I said no. Not because I don't love him but because I don't want him to suffer anymore than he already has. I have been buying him food form the Natural Pet Food store that opened here a year a go and have been giving him milk thistle and now reading all this about the Essiac Tea I want to know how do you know how much? Cooper is 17.5 lbs and what is this about a castor oil pack (they took the tumor) but I want to know they said they would be more. Please e-mail me if you have time I don't want to harm cooper just make him better, I have also had cancer 2 1/2yrs ago, and I am not ready to lose him, he keeps me going. I lost my other dog right before Christmas last year I did not know all this stuff then and I'm fighting. Any information will be appreciated sorry this is so long. Thank you teresa .
Replied by Linda
Brooklyn, Ny
11/28/2010
Happy to say my little Westie is still healthy and happy. Excellent Vet checks without problems or return of her tumor. She is now 11. I've started her on Essiac again weekly just because a box was sitting in the cabinet due to expire 3/2011 so may as well give her some again.
Replied by Linda
Brooklyn, Ny
11/28/2010
Teresa, I emailed you but your account no longer exists. I am so sorry it took me so long to get back to this page at EARTHCLINIC. I had forgotten about it! I am praying you did start your fur baby on Essiac already. I simply followed directions of the box insert, then cooled it. I started giving about a quarter cup to her daily. I sweetened it with a little clover honey which she drinks without a problem. The castor oil pack is a cotton pad very soaked with HOME HEALTH castor oil from the health foods store. I applied it nightly to her operative site for about an hour as we watched TV or just hung out in bed. I would tie it afterward to her arm with a gauze wrap; sometimes it stayed all night, sometimes not. I'm glad to say she is in perfect health, happy and like a puppy at age 11. Please let me know how you are doing. Thanks.

Posted by Kathie (Mesa, AZ) on 03/07/2009
5 out of 5 stars

Cancer and Essiac Tea and FOCC (Flaxseed Oil and Cottage Cheese):

My boxer pit bull mix was diagnosed with osteosarcoma of his right shoulder last September. This is extremely metastastic and spreads to the lungs quickly, and in 95% of the cases, by the time of diagnosis it is already in the lungs. I initially did not amputate because he was 12-1/2 years and the vet said the prognosis was so poor. I immediately started him on 1 cup total a day of essiac tea (made by Resperin company, as research on internet said you should buy from the original company) and 1 cup total of cottage cheese a day mixed with 4 - 6 tbsp of fresh cold flaxseed oil a day, divided in 2 doses. He was still alive 5 months later which is almost impossible, but the bone tumor did not disappear and was causing him pain. I decided to amputate but docs wanted x-rays first to see if his lungs were full of cancer. There was NONE. He is a 3 legged, cancer free 13 year old happy dog today. The vets can't even explain it, and will not acknowledge it had anything to do with holistic treatments, only to say it is a fluke that it did not spread. They said he will at this point die of some other old age related dog disorder. :)

Replied by Middlebunny
Jersey City, Nj, Nj
09/28/2009
Hi:

I just read Kathie's post and wanted to request more information regarding the Essiac and Flaxseed Oil/Cottage Cheese combination. I understand that Essiac has Rhubarb which may be toxic to Dogs which has caused me to reconsider using it for my dog's tumor. Did Kathie, Linda or Tiffany use the Essiac with the guidance of a holistic Vet? What did they say about the potential Liver harming prospects of Rhubarb? With regard to the Flaxseed Oil/Cottage Cheese combination, it sounds like the dose recommended for Kathie's dog was 1/2 cup cottage cheese to every 2-3 tablespoons of Flaxseed old. Is this correct? How much did Kathie's dog weigh? Getting back to Essiac, I actually purchased the original formula in liquid form from the original manufacturer. Although Kathie seemed to give her dog a cup a day of the brewed tea, I wonder if Kathie knows how much of the liquid Essiac is the equivalent to the amount of the brewed tea that she used. Please reply back with more information. Thank you

Replied by Carla
Grand Rapids, Mi
10/29/2009
I lost Sissy to cancer in March/09. Found out that the iron suppliment the vet gave me had corn syrup as the main ingredient. Sugar feeds cancer. I am done with western medicine for my cats. I was told by wholistic cat specialist Anitra Frazier that Sissy had probably been over vaccinated for years. I should have gotten her on Flax seed oil twice daily with the essiac minus the iron suppliment. The better nutrition she had at the end from Anitra's suggestion, gave us more time than we would have had. Anitra Frazier's book The Natural Cat is a must for cat and even dog people.
Replied by Tracy
Los Angeles, California
11/22/2009
How much essiac tea do I give her?....

My dog gracie is a whippet-yellow lab mix-she's 11 years old and was just recently diagnosed with a tumor on her bladder. we feel it's been going on for 10 months or a year because at that time, we first took her to the vet for frequent urination and they gave her an ultrasound and said she had "crystals" in her bladder that weren't to be worried about - just a nuisance. well it seemed to get a bit better at one point then definitely got worse.

so recently the frequent urinations got worse and she squats to pee for 2-3 minutes. she also recently lost a lot of weight - from 43 down to 35 pounds and her hips are extra boney. (she's a whippet mix so always thin but definitely extra thin). the vet gave her another ultra sound and said it was nothing-her blood work was fine, very slightly elevated liver count - in the 300s or something like that-but everything else was fine. we insisted it was something and they gave her a higher resolution ultra sound and said she has a long tumor on the outside of her bladder extending down to the urethra.

She eats either innova evo (most of the time) or Organix (whole foods sells it).

for the tumor the vet gave us 5mg capsules of piroxicam to be given once daily with food.

We just heard this news so sorry if I've babbled but I'm just desperately looking for alternative solutions and it seems like the essiac tea and the cottage cheese with flax oil is a good start. is the flax oil to take the place of fish oil?
Replied by Luanne
New Port Richey, Fl
12/29/2009
I just found out my 11yr old husky/retriever mix has chondrosarcoma in her rt rear upper leg/pelvic area. I started her on the flaxseed oil/cottage cheese and am interested to know about the essiac tea. They want to amputate and we are still unsure what to do but have to decide soon. Any feedback or suggestions would be appreciated.


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