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  Re: Zymox and Cat's Claw Bark Cured Balance and Ear Issues in Cat

18 days ago
Posted by Lis (Richmond, va) on 01/08/2022

Hello, my cat has similar discharges but his nose also obstructed..so his breathing is louder because of the blockage. Suspect a polyp. How is cats claw tincture administered..as tinctures have alcohol? Do you do something to take out the alcohol? 4th round of vet prescribed antibiotics, the problem goes away and comes back worse after antibiotics wear off.

He eats well, no balance issues yet but has lost some weight..

  Re: Baking Soda and Maple Syrup Treatment for Dog

18 days ago
Posted by Art (California) on 01/07/2022

Dustie,

There are a few maple syrups made with xylitol, be sure yours is not one of those, as xylitol can kill dogs and at a minimum make them very sick.

In any case, it does not sound like a protocol you should follow.

You can use colloidal silver in the drinking water and apply topically with DMSO as Deirdre has described. Dogs can tolerate DMSO orally in very small amounts, but there are no studies or guidelines for that use.

Art

 Re: Seeking Help for Young Dog With Canine Lymphoma

18 days ago
Posted by Dustie (Boise, Idaho) on 01/07/2022

Since my boxer is 85lbs I gave her a 1/2 tsp of the mixture, and for 2 days I have been using the DMSO & CS 50/50, prior to receiving the DMSO I had started her on the Chaga mushroom and turmeric, with Gold Wellbeing for immune support for dogs with cancer, and 3oz of CS in her water dish as she has a 5qt dish., plus cbd oil.. maybe it's too much, or maybe it's too late, if she makes it through the night I will stick with just the CS & DMSO topical treatment and cut down on the CS oz in her water dish.

Thanks for your help!

Dustie

 Re: Dog With Enlarged Heart

18 days ago
Posted by Linda (Florida) on 01/07/2022

My Pom Harry has an enlarged Heart from an abscess that had gone undetected. Did this help you little pom and should I try it?

Linda

 Re: Seeking Help for Young Dog With Canine Lymphoma

18 days ago
Posted by Deirdre (Connecticut) on 01/07/2022

Hi Dustie, no this never happened on any of the protocols I tried. I never tried baking soda and maple syrup on my dogs though. They both got diarrhea once or twice, but never threw up or had dry heaves, even on the harsh tagamet/benadryl protocol.

How much did you give of each?

I would absolutely not give him anymore until he recovers and then a lot less or try another protocol. Might be too harsh. Someone else might have input about what's going on with your dog.

For DMSO, I've had great results using either apple cider vinegar or 20 ppm colloidal silver.

So sorry.

  Re: Baking Soda and Maple Syrup Treatment for Dog

18 days ago
Posted by Dustie Mulvany (Idaho) on 01/07/2022
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I just gave my dog first dosage last night and a few hours later she started getting sick, and today a to throw up, especially after drinking allot of water, I can't get her to eat anything today as well... Did your dog have any reaction to their first dose?

 Re: Seeking Help for Young Dog With Canine Lymphoma

18 days ago
Posted by Dustie (Boise, Idaho) on 01/07/2022

Hi Deirdre,

I finally received the DMSO and pure baking soda, last night I gave my dog the baking soda & maple syrup mixture, after a couple hours she started throwing up, and is not wanting to eat this morning and is still throwing more like dry heaves, did you experience this with your dog at first?

MMS for Dog's Bladder Stones

20 days ago
Posted by Connie (ND) on 01/05/2022
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Bladder Stones in Dogs:

I used MMS 3 drops half glass distilled water, used a syringe 2 to3 time per day, 3rd day my german shepherd was better, she was eating meat from a restaurant my daughter would bring home, Her ph levels were over 7, she is lots better.

  Re: Apple Cider Vinegar Treatment Helping Mange

20 days ago
Posted by Christy (Michigan) on 01/05/2022

So do you pour the vinegar or spray it? My dogs are battling this now and making me sad seeing them like this.

EC: If it's mange, please see our borax and peroxide cure for mange. It is the most effective, without any side effects.

  Re: Ear Mites in Cats

20 days ago
Posted by Gudrun (Surrey, BC) on 01/04/2022

I'm glad I'm not the only one with the experience of infection from ear mites returning once Clavomox was finished, and worse, both my kittens kept coming down with colds but I was able to treat that promptly with Elderberry syrup mixed in their food before the cold developed further. I've just tried apple cider vinegar with water today and it seems to help, we'll see how it goes! I think I'm done with the expensive vets and turning to natural remedies!

 Re: Seeking Help for Young Dog With Canine Lymphoma

22 days ago
Posted by Deirdre (CT) on 01/03/2022

Hi Dustie, I really don't know but since time is of the essence, you need to immediately start testing various protocols to see which one works. Art might have a better idea.

You could check out the Tagamet/Benadryl protocol on Facebook and see if it helped any dogs with T Cell Lymphoma. It was too rough on my dog so I stopped. Please let us know how it goes.

 Re: Seeking Help for Young Dog With Canine Lymphoma

22 days ago
Posted by Dustie M. (Idaho) on 01/03/2022

Hi Deirdre, thank you for your suggestion. My boxer has masses in her groin area and throat, would this topical method work just as well as it did on your dog's tumor?

 Re: How to Deal with Dog's Collapsed Trachea

22 days ago
Posted by Lidia (Dallas) on 01/02/2022

you can also use organic eggs.

I give my 3 pound Pom one 1/4 or

1cc syringe I'd Robitussin DM it dries the mucus trapped in her c trachea. Also I use a humidifier with 5-6 drops of eucalyptus in it.

Also to calm her down from the anxiety of not breathing. I crushed calm forte in water table spoon. I give it to her by syringe. It works so wonderfully altogether.

  Re: DMSO and Colloidal Silver Helping Cancerous Tumor in Elderly Dog

22 days ago
Posted by Deirdre (Connecticut) on 01/03/2022

Hi Peter,

I used 99.99% pharmaceutical grade DMSO. Here's the link on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ZNV5N8U/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

  Re: DMSO and Colloidal Silver Helping Cancerous Tumor in Elderly Dog

22 days ago
Posted by peter (chicago) on 01/02/2022

Deirdre, do you use the 100% strength DMSO to mix CS with?

  Re: DMSO and Colloidal Silver Helping Cancerous Tumor in Elderly Dog

23 days ago
Posted by Art (California) on 01/02/2022

Hi Deirdre,

I am very happy to hear that it has helped him to have a better life!

One of the effects of silver other than its pathogen neutralizing effects is that it creates reactive oxygen species (ROS) which is detrimental to all cells, but more so to cancer cells than normal cells. This is similar to chemotherapy in that sense, only chemo is a much more potent generator of ROS. Silver seems to be a milder form that will work at a slower pace and do less damage in the process.

It is too bad that he was not able to tolerate melatonin in his food as it has multiple anti-cancer effects. Just a thought, melatonin dissolves in DMSO, perhaps a little melatonin added to his 50/50 mix might have an additive effect. If you are going to consider that option, dissolve the melatonin in the DMSO and then add the AgNPs as you have been. This will put melatonin where it needs to be and may keep too much melatonin from getting into his circulation and reduce the potential for his intolerability to melatonin.

Art

  Megacolon Remedies for Cats

23 days ago
Posted by Connie (Saint Paul, MN) on 01/02/2022

My cat is developing megacolon too. Did you say you're giving Miralax or actually Metamucil? Because I don't know about the latter that has psyllium in it which turns thick immediately -I prefer to take that for my own low fiber issues but don't think a cat could take.? There's sugar in the orange kind, Etc.

 Re: Seeking Help for Young Dog With Canine Lymphoma

24 days ago
Posted by Deirdre (Connecticut) on 01/01/2022

So sorry to hear this.

Please see my new post on DMSO and Colloidal Silver for an anal gland tumor in my dog here:

https://www.earthclinic.com/pets/tumors3.html#dmsocs_194531

DMSO and Colloidal Silver Helping Cancerous Tumor in Elderly Dog

24 days ago
Posted by Deirdre (Connecticut) on 01/01/2022
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Update on my dog with a cancerous anal gland tumor, diagnosed in early August 2021.

I tried a number of different protocols, as detailed in this thread:

https://answers.earthclinic.com/anal-sac-tumor.html

None of them seemed to be helping. THEN I started doing DMSO and organic and raw (Bragg) apple cider vinegar topically dropped in near his bladder because he seemed to be having issues there and he looked remarkably better a few minutes later with increased energy. The amazing Art from CA recommended I try DMSO with Colloidal Silver.

Here is what Art wrote - incredibly helpful!!

"On the alternative cancer sites and in science, DMSO is itself known to have anticarcinogenic effects and in some cases has shown the ability to revert cancerous cells back to normal cells. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/pmc/articles/PMC3328470/

Here is a quote from the review :

'Our results suggest that DMSO may be an important stimulator of the tumor suppressor protein HLJ1 through AP-1 activation in highly invasive lung adenocarcinoma cells. Targeted induction of HLJ1 represents a promising approach for cancer therapy, which also implied that DMSO may serve as a potential lead compound or coordinated ligand for the development of novel anticancer drugs. '

... The effective DMSO dosing is in the 5 to 6% area at direct contact with a cancer cell, so you will have to dilute it with something and CS seems good because of its known anticancer effects by itself. You could see if he can tolerate 50% DMSO with 50% CS. If he doesn't tolerate that ratio, try 40% DMSO with 60% CS. I think when you go below 40%, DMSO is not nearly as effective as a transdermal penetration enhancer, but I would consider further reductions to reach tolerance by him.

So after Art sent me that, I began the DMSO and Colloidal Silver starting with 1 droppersful of each mixed together once a day. I am up to 3 droppersful at the moment with a day off once or twice a week.

I use a dropper and drop the solution right where the lump is on his bum and the rest of it on his stomach where there isn't much fur.

This is the remedy combo where we've been making progress. His appetite returned in full force after two weeks on the protocol and he started gobbling down his freeze-dried raw food, which he refused to eat starting in October.

Now he seems to be doing quite well for an old dog with a tumor. The freeze dried raw is so much better than the kibble he was eating, which made him terribly thirsty.

Also, I put removable sticky paw pads on him to help him walk as even the carpet is slippery at this point. Those pads have helped him tremendously. Here are the pads on Amazon if anyone is interested.

One thing I realized recently is that I don't think people really understand how much assistance dogs need when they get older. Because they become increasingly unsteady on all fours, they have a harder time drinking water. I suspect some get very dehydrated and the owners might not realize it and think their dog is ready to be put down when, in fact, they just can't drink enough water on their own anymore. Just my two cents caring for two big elderly dogs! I make sure my dog gets plenty of water throughout the day and I also keep a belly support under him while he drinks so he doesn't lose his balance. I've seen him just give up on the water because he can't hold himself steady if I don't help him.

I think my vet would be surprised that he's made it this long after diagnosis at his advanced age. Of all the protocols I have tried for my two dogs since the summer, the DMSO and Colloidal Silver have been the most effective, with no side effects other than slightly increased thirst a short while after applying the DMSO/CS. Sorry I didn't know about this for my other dog's shoulder tumor but it may have been too late for her anyway.

Thank you so much, Art!!!! APPRECIATE YOU!

Seeking Help for Young Dog With Canine Lymphoma

24 days ago
Posted by Dustie M. (Idaho) on 01/01/2022

I have a female boxer who was diagnosed with T Cell Lymphoma in October. She will be 4 years old this coming April 2022, however we know we will most likely lose well before April.

I've read through many of the posts, allot to absorb. I'm wondering what is the best plan to treat her cancer?


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