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Tumor and Cyst Remedies

Last Modified on Feb 09, 2016


Turmeric, Coconut Oil, Black Pepper  

Posted by Lissa (Uk) on 01/06/2016

Hello everyone, I hope someone can help me please.

My 13 year old Newfoundland cross Dalmation has a very large lump on her front leg. I have been giving her Turmeric/coconut oil/black pepper for last year for her Arthritis but when she was at vets a few months back for suspected stroke/vestibular they took some cells to see what the lump was but it came back unsure. So just before Christmas they took some more and it came back with 'moderate Mesenchymal cells', 'moderate Cytoplasm', 'minimal Pleomorphism', Haemangiotericytoma considered'. Spoke to vet last night and she said it was a carpal tumor and due to her age and her possible stroke she wouldn't be able to operate to remove. She went on to say they need her in for an x ray to see if it has spread to her bone and if it continues to grow (which it is) and splits open there is nothing more that could be done.

I am going out of my mind with worry and just want to help her the best I can and reduce the lump or better still eliminate it. She has the turmeric mix once a day (two heaped teaspoons turmeric, four coconut oil, 12 grinds of black pepper). Should I increase the amount or apply it topically? I was worried about applying it topically due to it possibly spitting open after vets said if it opens or abcess then that's it for her. Please please can someone help me?

Replied by Theresa Donate

Mpls., Mn
01/06/2016
Hello Lissa,

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Turmeric, Molasses  
4 User Reviews | 1 YEA

Posted by Betty (Texas, US) on 01/02/2015

How do I administer the turmeric/molasses to my dog for tumor, as suggested in your article?


Posted by Donna (New York, US) on 11/09/2014

Hi my shepherd mix had a fatty tumor on her front leg. It grew quite large and then the skin started to split. I took her to the Vet and he said it would take 3 surgeries and about $2600 to remove but suggested I go home and research some remedies to get it to shrink. I found this site and began applying a turmeric paste to it and then gave her 2 times a day a teaspoon of turmeric and a teaspoon of black strap molasses in some wet food. In about 3 weeks the tumor started to oooze. It was in the evening so I just wrapped it up and let it drain. I brought her to the Vet. After examining it he said it had shrunk considerable and now was only one surgery and less than half the cost. He had me take her home and let it continue to drain. The next day she had her surgery and she is as good as new! It was amazing, I didn't think it was working but it did and it took awhile and yes it was gross when it was draining but certainly worth it.

Replied by Diamond
Ma.
11/13/2014
[YEA]   Donna/ NY

Why did you have to take your dog for surgery if the remedy was already working? Wouldn't that have completed his healing?

Replied by Liz
California, US
03/13/2015
My 13 yr old female Jack Russell has a large Orange sized fatty tumor on her lower stomach area. I'm a little nervous to use the turmeric castor oil method for fear it will ooze too much and I won't be able to contain it. Suggestions?

Turmeric, MSM  

Posted by Aliceisalive (Reno, Nv) on 12/06/2014

Hi!

I have a question... I have done a lot of research since my dog has been diagnosed with a non-cancerous tumor in her mouth/gums and has had it removed twice. I am using a more holistic method to help her out! I've done a lot of research on Organic Sulphur (msm) and it's amazing qualities to shrink tumors as well as Turmeric! I was wondering if ANYONE knew if there were any interactions between the two? Please respond if you have an answer! Me (and Luna) would greatly appreciate it before I start giving both to her at the same time!

Replied by Nina
New York, Usa.
11/18/2015
Do not worry, you can give Turmeric and MSM together. There will be no adverse reaction-on the contrary MSM makes cells more permeable, so the Turmeric will work better.

Turmeric though is not water soluble and it needs a fat for maximum absorption and a pinch of pepper(Cayenne Pepper). The pepper acts as a booster to the Turmeric.You can use coconut oil in the above mixture.So Turmeric prepared like this along with MSM is the way to go.

Hope this helps.