I've been using molasses/baking soda for my 16 year old cat with oral squamous cell carcinoma which was discovered in Oct. 2013. Her veterinary treatment consisted of conventional methods using Clindamycin and Prednasone. After her last round of this in April 2014, the ulceration was still there. Out of desperation, I tried the molasses baking soda cancer cure. I've been treating her myself with this since the end of April 2014 and her level of stabilization has much improved. With conventional treatment, it was an "on" and "off" thing with rounds of medicine and in between rounds, the inflamed red ulceration in her mouth would come back big time. Although I've not cured my kitty, the massive ulceration hasn't returned since I've been using this treatment which has made a big improvement in maintaining her quality of life. In addition to the molasses/baking soda mixture, I also give her a standardized triple blend of Shiitake, Maitake, and Reishi mushrooms plus standardized Maitake 3-fraction. I've also found that KMR milk replacement to be a good choice to use when the inflammation in her mouth would worsen. I add in some other supplements as well and they can vary. At age 16, I know we're on borrowed time at best, but I'm glad to have been able to keep her for as long as I have. Roughly ninety percent of these cats are dead within one year of diagnosis. Fortunately, I still have my kitty, Mandi, and next month it will be one year since we started this journey together.
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Posted by Sunny (Solvang, California, Usa) on 06/12/2010
My dog (female cocker, 15) has a tumor on her neck that has grown rapidly. In one month, it has grown from <1" to >3" in circumference. Four months ago she had a 2" peduncular growth (benign) removed from her throat that was blocking her airway.
Her diet has always been cooked free range meat w/ raw vegetables/supplements, and some holistic kibble. Although in the past couple of years she has taken up eating poop...and I believe that it's a good possiblity that the tumor is parasitic.
I'd like to try the Maple Syrup/Baking Soda combination, but don't know if it's all right to give to dogs. If it is, do you think it might help?
Please help... I very much appreciate it.
EC: Sunny is referring to the cancer remedy found here: http://www.earthclinic.com/cures/cancer.html#BSMS
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Posted by Linda (Massillon,ohio) on 04/10/2014
My friend had two cats with high liver enzymes. They fought the medicine the vet prescribed. I gave them "full spectrum" milk thistle. They sprinkled one capsule on their food which they ate. (Big surprise) The levels went down and the vet said, "keep doing what you are doing. It is working". Liver problems respond to milk thistle. This brand was from an online vitamin catalog store and only cost 3.49 for 100 caps. I believe in full spectrum herbs.
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Posted by Debih (Moreno Valley, Ca, Usa) on 06/04/2011
Our 6 yr old lab has had elevated liver enzymes for a few years now, not exhibiting many symptoms yet, also the vet has already tried the "drugs" with no improvement. After we had her just yesterday to get her teeth cleaned and she still is not herself yet, this is the last time she's going under anesthesia, unless an emergency. I came back to my tried and true Earth Clinic for help. After reading all the stories about the milk thistle and the chloraphyll, I took myself down to the local health food store and bought both. We also have a 3 yr old lab mix so he's getting it too. Shoot, my liver enzymes are usually elevated so I'm going to use it too! They love it just straight out of the bowl! I got the chloraphyll in Apple flavor and both of them lapped it up! Neneh also has some fatty tumors showing up the last year and I'll be watching them too. Her sister is 18 months older and is overweight (they feed people food! ) and also has quite a few smaller fatty tumors. I'm going to tell them about this too, they never take her to the vet except to get shots. I'll come back and give an update in a month. Thanks to everyone that posted!
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Posted by Glen (St. Mary's Newfoundland)
A friend of mine who's dog was riddled with cancerous tumors gave him black strap molasses each day for a month. she took him back to the Veterinarian and the cancer and tumor were gone! Her mother, who was a medicine woman in the hills of West Virginia suggested she do this as the ancient egyptians used the remedy for consumption (cancer).
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Posted by Denise (Fowlerville, Michigan) on 04/03/2016
7 months ago my dog was diagnosed with stage 2 sinus cancer and a fungal infection. His symptoms were a nose bleed 1-30-2015 then another in June of last year. Also for a few years he had clear nasal drip. But I noticed in September last year that there was no airflow in his right nostril. In September they diagnosed him and gave him 3-6 months and if we used radiation we would get a year, but he would go blind and have severe nasal mucus and pain. We opted out and went holistic.
Took him to a holistic vet which put him on max formula and turmeric, mushroom and curcumin. I also added to his therapy homemade liposomal c, hemp oil, krill oil, spirulina/chlorella/hemp dry powder mix, ip6, human grade DE, homemade dog food (chicken, mixed broccoli/cauliflower, carrots, pumpkin, black beans, quinoa) and half raw ground chicken backs with organ meat.
2 months ago he had massive nose bleeds from sneezing then a miracle, the tumor popped out at 2" the size of my baby finger. Had it tested and it was indeed the cancer tumor with the stem. Unbelievable but true.
Now I'm fighting his fungal infection which after the tumor flew out (btw it was an inoperable tumor) he had airflow from his right nostril but only lasted about a week. That is when I believe the fungus invaded and since then he has about 20% airflow.
I would like to know what i can give him specifically for nasal fungal infection. My dog (Chucky) is going on 8 years old in July and is a golden retriever. Otherwise healthy and happy, eats well at 110 lbs.., and stocky build so he may be about 10 lbs. Overweight..
Now you have a background. Do you have any suggestions on how to treat a sinus fungal infection. Thank you so much..
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Posted by Meshel (Laguna Niguel, California) on 08/04/2015
I emailed a while back on my Female Hamster having a Tumor under her neck.
The Vet said it is inoperable, and since 5/6/15 I have been giving her FLAX Oil w/ cottage cheese and banana, so she would eat it.
Also, Broccoli, Water Cress, Dandelion Root, Raw Carrot, Apple (no seeds of course), Mango, Cantaloupe, Romaine Lettuce, her seed blend, Yoggies & Fresh Cherry (no skin or pits).
Kale & Fresh Spinach (But the vet said they are too HIGH in Calcium)..could cause kidney stones.
We went a week ago for a check up, the VET likes that I am into Holistic, she said she is very open minded to "Natural Remedies".
Said the Tumor felt a little smaller, and mushy.
I also rub the FLAX on the Tumor every night after I read this amazing WEB Site about Castor Oil.
She said Hamsters do not have much blood in their system??.so the Castro OIL Remedy says it opens up,.which is great, but the bleeding scares me..I don't want her to bleed out.
Anyways, Her name is "Nala" and she has a great appetite, plays in her roller ball every night and runs around with more spunk than ever.
I just want this stupid thing gone. The Vet says it is not attached to anything significant as you can move it around like an OLD BOOB,is how I put it..
And this website is so amazing! Thank you so much.I felt so alone..I read for 3 hours the first night..and have recommended you to several friends.
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