Tumor and Cyst Remedies: Q&A

Last Modified on Jun 02, 2008

Mammary Carcinoma in Lymph Nodes

06/02/2008: Katie from Norco, CA: To Ted and all... Please help my collie... My beloved collie was diagnosed with mamory carcinoma. The tumor is about 2 pounds and hangs from her stomach area. It came on overnight. Biopsy is not good and I need whatever anyone has to help me with this problem. Can a dog take baking soda? I will try apple cider vinegar and molasses tonight. Please help me asap. Thank you, Katie West.

06/03/2008: Kay replies: God I hope somebody can help you with your dog. The only input I can safely give is the importance of feeding your dog a grain free diet and the addition of flax seed oil which will strengthen his system to fight the cancer. God Bless!
06/04/2008: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: A couple of quick remedies may help on advancing tumors, flaxseed oil mixed with cottage cheese. A tablespoon of flaxseed oil and cottage cheese mixed with food to the dog. Additionally I found a 1/2 teaspoon of fish oil to be helpful. The drinking water can use additionally the new carbicarb sea salt remedy, sometimes I called them ORMUS water, which is 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt, 1/4 teaspoon of sodium carbonate washing soda) and 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda in 1 liter of drinking water for the dog.

A castor oil maybe applied lightly to external tumor area if at all possible, but try to get the dog to avoid licking them as it causes loose stool to further reduce the tumor area.

All the above remedies will reduce in size rather quickly in some cases that I have observed.

If things aren't working as expected, more baking soda may be added to the drinking water to 1 teaspoon per liter of water, plus a small amount of kelp mixed in the food is what I would try.

06/05/2008: Joyce from Joelton, Tn replies: If your collie doesn't care for the fish oil by itself, feed her some sardines. Most dogs and cats love them. Also, if this growth has a small attachment and you are fairly sure that nothing vital is included it it, you might try some old folks surgery -- it only involves tieing a thread tightly around the point where it is attached to the body, this cuts off the circulation causing the growth to develop gangrene and drop off in 3 - 4 days.

Dog with Tumor the Size of Tennis Ball

05/23/2008: Sara : Ted, can you please tell me if the fulvic acid from the http://www.optimumorganics.us is any good. And is this the typical price? My dog has a tumor the size of a tennis ball in the sheath that covers his penis and it's growing rapidly (doubled in size in less than 2 weeks). I have just started him applying the castor oil/aloe but I do not know how to determine where to find a good source for fulvic acid and potassium bicarbonate.citrate. Please help.

05/23/2008: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: Sara: Castor oil and aloe applied to the dog's tumor helps, but if the dog licks it, it may cause a laxative effect. I remembered that fast growing tumor can be halted with flaxseed oil and cottage cheese given to the dog, such as the Budwig diet. Quite possibly fish oil can be added to the food for the dog. The use of baking soda is preferred over potassium bicarbonate because too much of potassium may cause the dog to weaken. Most of the cancer the dog experiences are often the lack of omega 3 in their diets due to industrialized livestock, which caused many animals to lack omega 3. The other possibility is the lack of B17, so perhaps 1/4 or 1/2 apricot pits a day grinded to the food. The baking soda is about 1 teaspoon added to the 1 liter of drinking water.

As to the fulvic acid, most fulvic acid or humic acid added to food helps absorption of minerals and complete digestion can also help.



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