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Echinacea, Goldenseal Healed Pyometra in Dog - Update

Hannah M (Houston) on 07/23/2021
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Update to my post on July 23:

I first did the Manuka honey, Tumeric and vitamin C but it did not work.

I then did Echinacea and Goldenseal 225/225 mg. I gave it to her for 2 weeks, along with 2,000 mg of vitamin c twice a day.

At the end of the first week, her discharge stopped but I kept on for another week. At the end of the second week, she was completely healed. I?had her spayed 3 weeks later so it doesn't reoccur.

I would recommend Echinacea and Goldenseal 225/225 mg if the first remedy does not work for you.

Thank you for this site, my girl is healthy and recovering from her spay surgery.

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Re: Hydrogen Peroxide for Kennel Cough

Tansy (Missouri City, TX) on 08/16/2021

How many drops of the hydrogen peroxide can I safely give my 10 lb. chihuahua mix who is 12 yrs. old?

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Re: Remedies for Walking Dandruff

ZT (Oakland, California) on 08/15/2021

I am almost POSITIVE that the white tips everyone is seeing a little while after applying it to their dogs' coats is only the coconut oil having cooled off and solidified a bit. You can easily just feed your pet a little coconut oil as well since it's naturally antibacterial (& I suppose possibly Miticidal?). And if research shows that the colloidal silver is safe for pets to ingest, then I would just give both internally, and use a light dusting of the DE powder- PLEASE be careful not to use a lot of this stuff, and never near their eyes or nose because it's made up of crushed diatoms which are like seashells, so the powder can really irritate eyes and other sensitive parts, plus it can really dry out their skin (so coconut oil ingested will help combat the severity of that side effect).

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Re: Castor Oil, Turmeric Not Healing Open Tumor and Wound on Cat

Katzie (Calgary) on 08/13/2021

You could buy Conforming Bandages for your cat if they are cheaper.

I would ditch the turmeric topically and start giving it to her internally instead, via sneaking it into her food, turmeric milk or eye-dropper to the back of her mouth. It could do more there and it wouldn't stain a thing!

Castor Oil Packs are amazingly healing )instructions on this site). They have never failed me or family.

After I pull the pack off, I would leave the oil in the area, then sprinkle baking soda on top, cover with gauze and then a conforming bandage or vet strips. I would do this 2x/day, morning and night.

Pure White Vinegar is another go-to! Been trying to heal a cut for 3 days, was about to use the C.O.P. on it, but first tried soaking it for 10 mins in the vinegar, undiluted (this did not sting my infected cut). After that it healed quickly. Sometimes simple is the best.

You could also use that eye-dropper I mentioned earlier to get some water/juice of 1 lime or lemon, 1/4tsp baking soda mixture in her, too. Mix in water glass and see how much she will drink. Bad things cannot live in an alkaline environment so I would help this along.

Please do update us on your fur baby.

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Horse With Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM)

Jen E. (Waukesha, WI) on 08/12/2021

Hello there. I have recently acquired a horse that has been treated and supposedly recovered from the EPM (Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis) in the last year. She's been on our property for approximately two weeks.

The first week she moved around perfectly fine. She's now showing clinical signs of the EPM again. Is there anything you can recommend to give her? Thank you for your time.

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Re: Castor Oil, Turmeric Not Healing Open Tumor and Wound on Cat

Art (California) on 08/11/2021

Kitty Junkie,

When you apply hydrogen peroxide and blot it to remove excess moisture and then apply true colloidal silver, the residual hydrogen peroxide will cause the silver to fall out of suspension and render it ineffective. Applying colloidal silver with castor oil, the castor oil may coat the silver particles again rendering the ineffective.

In order for colloidal silver to be effective at wound healing, it must remain wet for maximal healing in the shortest amount of time. So creating an appropriate sized pad for the wound that is thick enough to hold enough CS and then placed on the wound and then wrap the pad multiple times in place with an Ace flexible bandage would be a way to get the most benefit from the colloidal silver. Try to use a long enough Ace wrap to completely cover the pad and hold it in place. Replace the pad every 12 hours and rewet as needed to keep the pad wet to speed the healing process of the wound. Keeping the pad wet also helps minimize bacterial resistance to the CS.

You can sprinkle the pad with curcumin before applying the pad to the wound, but topical curcumin stains anything it comes in contact with and can be messy.

Art

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Re: Castor Oil, Turmeric Not Healing Open Tumor and Wound on Cat

Teena (Victoria) on 08/11/2021

My son had an open fleshy wound normally I would just put raw honey over it but infection was visible. So I put turmeric and castor oil, it was paste consistency. Until the wound was clear of pus (two days) then I did turmeric, castor oil and honey. It was healing well with just the turmeric and castor oil and that's what I would be using since she will lick it and that's good for the turmeric but because of the tumor I'd avoid the sugar. I'd try and give other supplements (colloidal silver) orally, rather than topically, especially the turmeric will be beneficial. I'd also be trying to get comfrey into her because it's so good to quickly heal open wounds such as you describe. And I'd incorporate raw eggs into her diet for easy nutrient absorption and lysine. I'd drop the Dawn and only wash with warm water.

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Castor Oil, Turmeric Not Healing Open Tumor and Wound on Cat

KittyJunkie (New Mexico) on 08/11/2021
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Hello!

So I posted a while back about my cat that has an open, ulcerated tumor on her belly that I have been treating now for over a month. I don't appear to be having good success with my treatments, as the tumor isn't healing as it should. I learned here that I can use castor oil on an open wound and its benefits. I also learned about turmeric and its benefits.

So here is what I've been doing, hopefully, someone can help me figure out why this is not working!

  • Daily, I clean the wound using some warm water with one drop of dawn blue dish soap and a clean cloth to gently press up onto the wound to try to clean up the previous day's castor oil solution.
  • I then spray some peroxide on the wound and let it bubble for a minute or two.
  • I blot it with a clean paper towel and then spray it liberally with my homemade colloidal silver.
  • I then mix about a tablespoon of castor oil with approximately 1/16th of a teaspoon of organic turmeric root powder.
  • I apply the castor/turmeric mixture to a clean sterile wound pad that I've sprayed down with colloidal silver.
  • I slip the pad over the wound on her belly and secure it with strips of vet wrap (Not tightly! ) around her body just enough to hold it in place and put her in a baby onesie.

It's been a month now, and there is still an infection that I can see on the surface of the tumor that is grayish/green/white in color. The tumor has a crevasse in the middle that I try to get the castor oil into. The surrounding edges of the tumor itself have small red sores that don't seem to be healing at all. I will say, that the tumor has grown a little bit in circumference since it burst open and since I've been treating it this way.

Can someone help me with this, or give me some advice on my treatment or how I SHOULD be treating this? I feel like there should be more clear evidence of healing by now. Thank you!

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Re: Disposing Coconut Oil Before It Goes Rancid

Danielle (NC) on 08/11/2021

You just don't want to leave it exposed to the elements. That's when things grow bacteria, even coconut oil.

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Re: Colloidal Silver for Lung Issues in Pets

Pro (Wisconsin) on 08/11/2021

I will try not to get too technical and keep my response as simple as possible. When using a nebulizer, you want to use ionic silver. Ionic silver particles are safe for lung intake. The smaller particles disperse into the lungs more effectively and then throughout the body via the bloodstream. Colloidal silver is needed for ingestion because the larger particle size won't break down or combine with the salts in the stomach resulting in a useless, ineffective dose. I have used both forms topically.

My regimen has reversed the onset of colon cancer for me. And has reversed a cancerous tumor in a friend's lung. His Doctors are still amazed that he has no other issues for these last 7 years now. He does "maintenance doses" to ward off any recurrences. Keep in mind that cancer can't survive in an alkaline environment, but thrives in an acidic one; so I have also changed my diet to reflect that to better assist me. After any silver ingestion, one must supplement with pre/probiotics to rebuild the gut flora properly. I have many more examples too long to write about here. I have been an avid user of silver for over 25 years now, with nothing but positive results for me, and others in my life willing to try same regimens.

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Re: Aloe Vera Juice for Renal Failure in Cat

Katzie (Calgary ) on 08/10/2021

Please rub some DMSO over the area of her kidneys. At a cellular level, it is supposed to return the DNA back to what it's supposed to be doing. I say this because using DMSO externally helped my dad when his kidneys were failing and he started using it. It improved his kidney function to where we had one last trip to Vegas together before he died. It was the trip of a lifetime. You can find Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO) online or at health food stores. Please keep us updated about your fur baby!

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Re: Aloe Vera Juice for Renal Failure in Cat

Marina (Tamaqua, PA) on 08/10/2021

My 18 year cat is experiencing a decline in kidney function. I feed her Primal freeze dried raw Turkey which I reconstitute with lots of water so it's almost a soupy gravy with the meat chunks. I also started giving her Vetri-Science Renal Essentials (lots of herbs designed to help kidney function)...my vet recommended famotodine for the acid reflux and I would like to find an alternative to that if anyone has suggestions...

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Cloves for Worms in Dogs

Karen S (Hamilton, Ontario) on 08/08/2021
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I bought cloves on the advice of a friend to add to my dog's food for worms. I added it to the wet dog food and my little basset hound gobbled up the food. You add cloves daily (crush whole cloves preferably) once a day for a week, then one week without, then a second week to get the final ones.

A warning about cloves: do not give cloves to a pregnant dog, as cloves can cause uterine contractions.

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Chlorine Dioxide for Tumor in Dog

L (HI) on 08/07/2021
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Try chlorine dioxide for your dog, it works on tumors but takes time, you will see benefits immediately, also topically several times a day using 10 drops (activated) in 1 oz water, spray as often as you can. Orally start with one drop diluted, increase according to weight.
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Re: Chronic Resistant UTI Proteus Mirabilis in Dog

Dee (Florida) on 08/07/2021

You can try this excellent psychic and medical intuitive for People and Pets. She has helped me and other people I referred her to. If you care to try

this is Shirley Scotts web link. https://www.shirley-scott.com/

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Re: Ear Infection and Eye Discharge in Dog - Vet Not Helping

Susan (Florida ) on 08/06/2021

Grain free kibble is still a problem. It?s over processessed carbohydrates. I went this route and despite this we battled bloody swollen painful ear infections for several years. Put him on grain free canned food. Helped but then went to RAW food diet ( frozen in a bag product ) and that fixed it, along with A homeopathic drops which contained essentially witch hazel, white vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, marshmallow root etc. Then Flash forward a year or so and I move to France and my dog gets harvest mites from running through the tall wheat fields. Such a terrible infection not even shampoo for it helped. Vet gave him that damn Apoquel ( I have no idea how bad this is for pets ) and an antihistamine shot and antibiotics ALL at once. Temporary fix ... back in the USA again, back on his miracle raw food but this time he didn?t seem healthy and had the scratching again despite no fleas or mites . No amount of aloe or vitamin E oil has helped but to soften his elephant like skin slightly . Now I?m reading it?s a yeast infection in his skin due to the apoquel drug. Let?s hope these natural remedies work. I no longer trust vets as they just want to throw harsh drugs at him without regard to the after effects.

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Re: Apoquel for Dogs

Amanda (Atlanta, GA) on 08/05/2021

I know this post is old, but to ride on the back of this comment, I wanted to add that Apoquel is a most horrible drug to give your dog. My sister's dog had severe skin allergy and resorted to giving this Apoquel out of desperation to help her dog stop suffering. It was extremely detrimental to her dog's health. It was taxing on all vital organs and overwhelmed them, which eventually broke them down over time. So, I will say again, do not give your dog Apoquel unless you want your dog to have a slow death sentence. Do your research on it if you're even considering it. Try everything alternative. Yes, it stops the itching, but you don't have any idea what it's doing to your dog internally.

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Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Urinary Blockage in Cat

Cherokeechyld (tennessee) on 08/05/2021

Just loved ?? this story. I hope Liko is doing well and the ACV is helping you, as well.

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Re: Peroxide for Kennel Cough

dan (ct) on 08/05/2021

I had read that it's a good idea to give a dog H2O2 daily in their drinking water as a preventative. Do you have any information on this?

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Re: Diatomaceous Earth for Fleas

Katzie (Calgary) on 08/05/2021

I just wanted to chime in here and say that you certainly DO want your entire floor covered in grey powder!! In fact, I use the D.E., along with numerous boxes of cheap salt, baking soda as well as boric acid - cause I am really mean to fleas and ticks. I also look at it as I don't have to mop for 3 days at a time. I will be doing the same treatment on my floors weekly, 3 days at a time, for a month to try to keep them under control. D.E. is badass on fleas, ticks & roaches!

If fleas are walking and jumping around in your house, that can't be allowed to continue. Diatomaceous Earth is cheap and super effective. I treat my dogs fur, the floors and our yard and this has been super successful!! You need to treat not just your pet, but your house, too, or you will be overwhelmed with flea infestation in a short time. D.E. also dries out the larvae and flea dirt (sustenance for flea babies), and they will die. The D.E. dries out their exo-skeletons and they die, in a short amount of time. It's awesome!!

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