7 Natural Remedies for Cancer in Dogs and Cats

| Modified on Aug 29, 2022
Fenbendazole Dewormer
Posted by Schnauzer's Mom (Los Angeles, CA) on 05/10/2022
1 out of 5 stars

It took me a long time to write this review because cancer does kill and you cannot blame on something you tried. But I later read on earth clinic or the facebook group for this med that fenbendazole isn't recommended for dogs that have kidney issues. Schnauzers are prone to kidney problems.

I bought fenben (panacur brand, as recommended by J. Tippens) on 9/19. My dog was dead within a month, on 10/17. I know it has helped PEOPLE but on the facebook group (mycancerstory.rocks for pets) pretty much all the pets are put to sleep after trying this dewormer. And there aren't only schnauzers posted there. I only read 1 story that a dog beat cancer after taking panacur.

I think this medication might help human beings beat cancer, but not pets. Mind you, I was also giving my dog essiac tea internally and cansema (black salve) externally.

Cansema worked fast on literally pulling the tumor out of his paw pad, but the tumor was so big that it would take a while to remove the whole tumor (it was wrapping around his paw, I wrote about it on my post about castor oil and turmeric).

I suspect fenbendazole affected him in a negative way, because how come he had been diagnosed in mid 2020 and he was still eating and walking and after starting on fenben, he lost his appetite and became too weak to go for walks or even poop? He was losing his balance and seem uninterested in everything, even when someone knocked on the door.

I think people should not give this to their pets to treat cancer because the pet cannot tell you if it is affecting them internally.

I wish I had not tried fenben because my dog was still interested in going for walks and walking himself to drink water and eat his food. But I am not angry at his death, he would have passed away eventually, even if it would have been 5 years later. I am glad he isn't in pain anymore. I don't have another dog now.

Chaga Mushroom
Posted by Ria (Nevada) on 04/09/2022

Can somebody please enlighten me on the amount of Chaga mushroom extract to give to my cat? It's encouraging that it worked for animals, but the dosage is critical. Thank you.


Essiac Tea
Posted by Denise (California) on 03/17/2022

How wonderful that your dog is doing Incredibly better!

You may already know this, IF you want to add information to Wikipedia, you can. Individuals contribute to Wikipedia, that's how it works.

Denise


Essiac Tea
Posted by Adrienne (Idaho) on 03/17/2022
5 out of 5 stars

First, I wish to thank each person who has had success with Essiac Tea and reported it here on Earth Clinic. I say that because my little Honey Bee, part Chihuahua, was diagnosed with a malignant mast cell tumor on her left thigh over a month ago. The vet wanted to operate, but said she'd prefer that I take her to the vet school because some of the tumor is inside her thigh muscle. I called the school, and they said they were booked out two months on such surgeries. That's when I turned to Earth Clinic and read about several remedies for cancer.

I decided on Essiac Tea and chaga mushroom. I started her right away and also added something I take to boost my immune system called Epicor. Epicor is fermented brewer's yeast (which sounds weird since I would think all brewer's yeast ends up fermented, doesn't it? :-) I think there is a little more to it, but anyway, it really works! I used to get colds and flus like clockwork every year, about three times and some would last for weeks. I hated being sick and dragging around, which is why I finally discovered Epicor. I have not had one bout of a cold or flu in six or seven years! Yay!! So, I decided if it works by boosting the immune system, why not add it to the mix.

Then, today, I decided to see what I could learn about Essiac and ended up on Wikipedia where, to my alarm, whoever submitted the information Wikipedia has on Essiac Tea couldn't find one good thing to say about it! I could feel myself getting uptight and also confused since I have been pleased with what I am seeing on Honey Bee's leg. I swear it sure looks like the "lump" is smaller and, when I palpate it, I can't even find anything that feels like a lump. It's like the skin was stretched and is sagging a little but there's nothing in there! In addition, Honey Bee has never felt so good! She's running around all happy and just as feisty as ever when another dog has the gall to jump up on "her" couch! But, still, I was really getting worried reading that jive so I came right over to EC and, ahhhh!, here are these wonderful testimonies to the ability of Essiac Tea to reduce or even eliminate cancer!

I just needed to read them again. I plan to take Honey Bee back to my vet at the two month mark and have an x-ray so we can do a legitimate comparison. In the meantime, thank you, thank you for your stories of success with Essiac. I believe them! As for the amounts I am using, I have the Essiac capsules from Canada and I've been giving her, she's about sixteen pounds, half a capsule in the morning and the other half in the evening. I'm giving close to a quarter teaspoon of chaga mushroom a.m. and p.m. and half of a 500 mg capsule of Epicor in the a.m., the rest of the capsule in the p.m.

Essiac Tea
Posted by Woolbaby (New York ) on 02/08/2022
5 out of 5 stars

Thank you for your story, my cat also diagnosed with squamous cell tumor in his mouth and wasn't expected to last the week. He's doing well, your story really gives me hope!


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Adrienne (Idaho) on 02/04/2022
5 out of 5 stars

I have been putting apple cider vinegar into my cat's canned food because two had developed urinary tract infections which would have ended their lives if it weren't for veterinarians. But, when I picked up Oliver from the vet school the vet told me not to be surprised if he relapses. That is when I started putting the ACV in all my cats' food, and so far no more urinary tract infections, yay!

In the meantime, I ran across an article on the web about people in China who work in or near vinegar factories having fewer incidents of cancer. In searching for more information about that I came across this".

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4806261/

This is the National Institutes of Health website and a scientific article entitled "Effect of esophageal cancer- and stomach cancer-preventing vinegar (or OSCPV) on N-nitrosoproline formation in the human body."

This article is not easy for me, a jazz singer, to read, but I love that it is presented on a government website for an agency of the Public Health Service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, especially after have a doctor and then a nutritionist tell me that alternative remedies are useless! I beg to differ!

Here is the conclusion of the article: "OSCPV is an effective agent that can block the synthesis of NNC. It is effective in blocking the synthesis of NPRO, which can induce cancer in the human body, making this agent capable of preventing human cancers in an effective manner."


Baking Soda and Maple Syrup
Posted by Michelle (Point ) on 01/27/2022

How do I make this for a 25 lb dog, please?


Melatonin
Posted by Art (California) on 01/10/2022 1386 posts
5 out of 5 stars

In this very significant new review of meta analysis' of melatonin, it was shown that melatonin significantly increased the one year survival rate of cancer patients with a p-value of 0.005. How do oncologists not recommend melatonin to their cancer patients? I think vets should take notice also because melatonin is naturally occurring in animals just as it is in humans and plant life.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34999224/

Art


Baking Soda and Maple Syrup
Posted by Art (California) on 01/07/2022 1386 posts

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


Baking Soda and Maple Syrup
Posted by Dustie Mulvany (Idaho) on 01/07/2022
0 out of 5 stars

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?


DMSO and Colloidal Silver
Posted by Deirdre (Connecticut) on 01/01/2022
5 out of 5 stars

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!


Fenbendazole Dewormer
Posted by suzabelle (WI) on 10/13/2021

You have no idea what a gift your post is to me and Hobbs, my cat. Thanks and so happy to hear you found a way thru this. I will be using this info and sending you gratitude.


Fenbendazole Dewormer
Posted by DMSL (Howell, MI) on 10/11/2021
5 out of 5 stars

Feline Nasal Cancer - Adenocarcinoma

While I am hesitant to say with absolute confidence that my cat is cured, I wanted to post this because I know how heartbreaking it can be to have an animal diagnosed with cancer and feel completely helpless. I spent countless hours searching Earth Clinic as well as the internet for whatever small tip I could find to possibly help my cat and as it now appears that after about 3 months on this medication, it is nothing short of miraculous, all thanks be to God for answering my prayers.

My cat started having what appeared to be severe congestion about August or September of 2020. We had him to the vet several times, they always said it was upper respiratory and gave him several different types of antibiotics. Nothing helped. They wanted me to see a specialist but I had already scheduled an appointment a month earlier with a "cats only" vet, board certified.

We figured we would take him in there before going to a specialist. In early December 2020 we took him in, they sedated him and found a small growth at the back of his throat, removed it and the biopsy can back negative just before Christmas last year. We were overjoyed, he was his old self again and started eating normally, chasing his sister and just being the lovely soul we adored. Because he couldn't smell through his nose with his congestion, he wouldn't eat and we were syringe feeding him. We thought we were out of the woods.

However, in late March of 2021, we noticed he was snoring very loudly when he slept and started sounding congested again. I called the vet back and by the time we got back in, his nasal breathing was extremely blocked again and he had stopped eating wet food but would still eat dry food, but just not as much. Once again the vet sedated him to see if the growth was back, it was not but he stopped breathing during the procedure. Thankfully they were able to get his breathing started again and they did a nasal flush to try to see if they could get some discharge. They were able to get a small piece of tissue and said it didn't look good. The biopsy confirmed it was adenocarcinoma.

We were heartbroken.The vet suggested chemotherapy and radiation but since he was not a good candidate for sedation, radiation would have been out of the question and as we had a dog with throat cancer several years ago that we had radiation on, we decided the quality of life during that process just wasn't worth it. We did one round of chemo in early April of 2021 and saw absolutely no change. Even the vet indicated she did not feel it would be successful and that there was really nothing else they could do. I was determined to try to find something to help him, we had him on everything, Essiac Tea, Cat's Claw, Omega 7, Astaxathin, Apricot Kernel, Turmeric, and many different kinds of Chinese herbs and medicinals.

He was still eating Party Mix but we were struggling to get enough nutrients into him to supplement the Party Mix. We let him eat the Party Mix feeling that as long as he wanted to eat, we would give him what he would eat. He couldn't smell anything so he wouldn't eat, he would just walk away, no matter what we tried.

We bought the best quality canned food we could and added Cordyceps, Beef Liver, Nutritional Yeast, Beta Glucan, Transfer Factor, Vitamin E, and Aloe Vera Juice and blended it all in a NutriBullet until smooth and syringe fed him several times a day. His nose started running in late May, a thick, green mucus. We had to wipe it several times a day, which he hated.

We kept this up hoping something would kick in. About mid July, he was eating even less and fighting us on giving him his syringes which left us feeling like we were going to have to make a really hard choice soon. Around this time I was searching YouTube and ran across a video called "Cancer Treated with Animal Deworming Medication", by Veterinary Secrets. I watched it and then watched a video with a man cured of stage 4 lung cancer with the same medication (Joe Tippens cures Terminal Cancer with Pet Medicine). We decided that since our boy was going downhill, what did we have to lose. I went to TSC (Tractor Supply Company) the next day and purchased the dewormer (Fenbendazole). I bought it in liquid form (Safe Guard Goat Dewormer) thinking the liquid would be easier to administer and then I had to try to figure out the dosage. I search and search online and finally settled on about 1.4 ml in a small syringe. He promptly spit it out and threw it up. We then decided to put it in a vegetarian capsule which I got on Amazon. Filled up the capsule, popped it in his mouth after he had some food and he held it down just fine. The recommended dose was once per day for 3 days, then off for 4 days.

We did this for two weeks and noticed that on the days he got the medication, he seemed to feel better. Don't know if that was just wishful thinking but he was sleeping better and his appetite picked up some, still just the Party Mix on his own and still an extremely runny nose. About week three we noticed that on his days off of the medication, by the second day, he was noticeably, not feeling as well as the days he got the medication and it was taking longer for him to "bounce" back on his med days so we decided to keep him on it for 4 days and try 3 days off.

Still noticed he went downhill without it. We switched to 5 days on, 2 days off and this seemed to work best for him. We continued his syringe food and he seemed to be feeling better.

We did supplement his diet with Milk Thistle to help his kidneys and liver since the Fenbendazole is hard on the liver and also added Modified Citrus Pectin, which is supposed to help keep cancer cells from clumping together. He also receives 100 ml of Sub Q fluids (Lactated Ringers) daily to help flush the toxins out of his body. He gets one capsule per day of IP6, Boswellia, Omega 7, CoQ10 with PQQ and 2.5 mg of Melatonin with 3 drops of CBD oil at bedtime.

We also would use Saline drops in his nose, sometimes with Hydrogen Peroxide mixed in and sometimes we put a couple drops of DMSO directly in his nostrils to help him sneeze and clear out his nose. He also received two Nebulizer Treatments a day with saline and hydrogen peroxide to try to help clear his nose. Nothing seemed to clear it though.

About the end of September we hit a wall, he didn't want to eat much again and his nose seemed more congested than ever. He just seemed miserable. On a Thursday afternoon, I put a couple of drops of saline with hydrogen peroxide in his nostrils and he got a nose bleed. Not too bad but enough to need to be cleaned up. The nose continued to bleed Friday and Saturday, we would take a warm cloth and clean it for him. On Sunday we had to go away for a few hours and when we returned we found him waiting by the door for us, bright eyed and bloody nosed.

We noticed quite a bit of blood on the floor and on the sheet in the bed he liked to sleep in. We got him cleaned up and I cleaned up his bed and notice there was a large glob of something in one of the blood puddles. We couldn't really figure out what it was, we now think it was perhaps his nasal tumor.

Since that night, his nose stopped bleeding, it also stopped running. He went around the house in wonder, smelling everything. He started eating wet food about 2 days later and now, almost 2 weeks later, he eats everything we give him, just like before.

We're not sure what exactly helped but it sure seems the Fenbendazole did something. We figured the vet wasn't able to help him so what did we have to lose and as of today, he is playing and eating and happy.

We are continuing the medication for a month and if he continues to do well, next month we may go to every other day and see how he does. I wanted to post this because I know how desperate I was to find something for him and I am hoping it can help someone else. We believe he hit the wall the end of September because the tumor was either loose in this nose or had shifted, making it harder for him to breathe and he was finally able to get it out. Such a miracle. We don't know if we can call it a "cure", but for now, we'll take it and pray the progress continues.

Frankincense
Posted by Stephen (United Kingdom) on 09/24/2021

Hi, any idea which brand she purchased as my Westie has cancer?


Castor Oil and Turmeric
Posted by Teena (Melbourne, Australia) on 09/17/2021 235 posts

Knowledge, research, is key. Mine found that the fenben is so safe it had no LD50, even at 10,000x normal dose. Also I have faith. I don't know what feed your dog is on but perhaps change is needed, can't feed cancer when you're trying your hardest to to kill it.

I look forward to your updates.

Teena


Castor Oil and Turmeric
Posted by Schnauzer's Mom (Los Angeles, CA) on 09/17/2021

I am on the facebook group for fenbendazole for dog cancer. Most people had to put their pets to sleep. I am wondering if they tried it too late or if they didn't follow the instructions given by Tippens.. I saw the posts here on Earthclinic, I am watching them.

I started my dog yesterday on black salve, today the part where I applied the salve was white, so I am excited. He is still drinking essiac tea and taking 100mg of pycnogenol. The oregano oil pill is out of stock, so he isn't taking those for now.


Castor Oil and Turmeric
Posted by Teena (Victoria) on 09/14/2021 235 posts

You might want to look up the dog wormer panacur c (fenbendazole) and how people are using it for cancer.


Castor Oil and Turmeric
Posted by Schnauzer's Mom (Los Angeles, CA) on 09/14/2021

I forgot to add: my dog was taking a pill that has oregano oil as the main ingredient. I doubled the dosage within a week. The tumor was changing. It was almost as if it was swollen and losing fluid. The bandage in the morning would be humid and filthy. But you are supposed to take a break, so I stopped for a week, right on the day I started the turmeric and castor oil mixture topically. The mixture reversed the progress accomplished with the oregano oil AND the tumor became much bigger than ever before. He is back on the oregano oil pill since last Sept. 5th, but only one a day.

Ps: I believe the castor oil and turmeric mixture can work for other tumors but unfortunately is a big no for melanoma.


Castor Oil and Turmeric
Posted by Schnauzer's Mom (Los Angeles, CA) on 09/13/2021
1 out of 5 stars

If your dog has an aggressive cancer like melanoma or has a malignant tumor, avoid turmeric and castor oil mixture.

My male, neutered, senior mini schnauzer has melanoma on his digit. It started small and round, like a wart. I applied castor oil + turmeric and the tumor grew fast BUT, at the time, I didn't make the correlation. I only recalled that now, as I was writing this review. I stopped using this mixture because it was messy and my dog tried to lick it.

When I finally had the money to book the surgery, the vet said the tumor was 40% of his paw and his leg should be amputated. I read many positive posts about applying castor oil mixed with turmeric topically on the tumor, so I decided to try again.

Within only 3 days the tumor grew to a monster size. It is literally WRAPPING around his paw. His footpad is disappearing behind it.

Most people say turmeric and castor oil mixture makes the tumor swell and then one day it bursts open, but those people had dogs who had cysts or other type of cancer or some tumor that they weren't even sure if it was cancer. I continued reading posts on earthclinic and saw a couple posts that this mixture should not be used on malignant tumors. I stopped right away. I tried to add 2 pictures to my post, before and after.

I am hoping to remedy this situation with pycnogenol 100mg, which he started the day after I stopped this mixture. I need the tumor to be a bit smaller to apply the black salve I purchased from altcancer. He is also drinking essiac tea since I stopped this mixture.

Turmeric, Aloe, Castor Oil, Manuka
Posted by Holly (New Mexico) on 07/27/2021 6 posts
5 out of 5 stars

My 10yo kitty is battling mammary cancer, and I've read somewhere in here that CoQ10 is good for heart health during cancer treatment. She is on a raw diet, and is not receiving any standard treatments from a vet. She currently has an open wound on her belly that is responding extremely well to the application of a mixture of turmeric, fresh aloe, castor oil and manuka honey. The open tumor is shrinking daily and infection is down a lot, but I remember reading somewhere on here about giving CoQ10 during cancer. Can anyone give me a dosage or any info?


Essiac Tea
Posted by Sundra (Ellijay, Georgia) on 07/09/2021

I need to know what brand and how much? My dog has lymphoma and needs to take this tea. It's in his liver and spleen now.


Himalayan Salts
Posted by Cindy (Illinois, USA) on 06/30/2021 337 posts

Offer her two water dishes. One with a bit of salt and one without. She'll take what she needs.

Something else that people don't realize is that dogs need sunshine, just like people. They don't absorb vitamin D the same way but it's how they get it. It's made by the skin and distributed into the hair where it's licked off so some sunshine or D3 supplement along with the salt might also help.

Plus, you can't go wrong with "The Bellyrub of Happiness" - I.e. rubbing castor oil on the belly.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Sundra (Ellijay, Georgia) on 06/29/2021

My dog has lymphoma. Can you please send me the best product list? They give her a month.


Himalayan Salts
Posted by sundra (Ellijay Georgia) on 06/29/2021

My dog has lymphoma. How much of the salt should I give her?


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Sundra (Ellijay, Georgia) on 06/29/2021

Can you tell me what all those items are? Never heard of most. My dog has lymphoma.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Sundra (Ellijay, Georgia) on 06/29/2021

I'm going to use your recipe. My dog has lymphoma.


Colloidal Copper, Pure Aspirin
Posted by Sundra (Ellijay, Georgia) on 06/29/2021

How much of the copper and aspirin. My dog has lymphoma


Baking Soda and Maple Syrup
Posted by Steven (NY) on 06/18/2021

Great advice! My dog is dying from cancer. How soon did your dog started reacting positively to your baking soda treatment?


Baking Soda and Maple Syrup
Posted by Bryan (IN) on 03/02/2021

I am trying the maple syrup baking soda treatment on my older dog to remove some tumors. The vet says they are not cancerous but I am unsure.... Will this treatment work on non cancerous tumors? In addition, when I warm the syrup and baking soda, it hardens significantly. It turns into more of hard carmel substance. I have read people being able to put the mixture into a syringe. Not the mixture Im making, I can barely tear it apart. Am I doing something wrong? In advance, thank you for your response. Bryan


Essiac Tea
Posted by Julie (RSM, CA) on 02/06/2021

Can you use Capsules instead of the tea? Which one works better?


Black Salve
Posted by Deonet (Washington State) on 02/26/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Black salve, properly formulated with no acids, just with bloodroot, sheep sorrel, gangalal, and red clover WORKS! I have very sensitive skin and scar from everything. Tried this on a patch of the sensitive skin on my inner forearm. No reaction other than discoloration after 24 hour application.

Had an abnormal mole the doc said was most likely cancerous. Put the stuff on that and WOW! Immediate reaction. After pain for days, the body pushed out the entire mole and its roots. Biopsy on my arm confirmed clear of cancer after that.

My mastiff was diagnosed with cancer on his elbow 2016. Put some on my dog that had a cancerous tumor on his elbow. Took a lot longer to treat because the bandage would not stay put. The tumor drained and then fell out. He should have died in a year or less. It is now 2020 and he is doing fine. The idiots that claim black salve is a hoax and dangerous are the idiots who are toting the pharmaceutical industry's nonsense. There are bad batches out there that put acid in their mix. Do not buy from them. Research and find a reputable company to get the good stuff. The bloodroot ruptures the protective sheath around the cancer so the body can recognize it as bad. The body then appropriately attacks the cancer and shoves it out. There is a crater at first. Keep it clean, moist, and covered.

Use a comfrey based salve on it. It will fill in, heal, and have little scarring if you follow the directions.


Baking Soda and Maple Syrup
Posted by Joanne Taylor (Seminole Florida) on 11/16/2020

I have a 15# doxy who was just diagnosed with cancer of the spleen..

She is not acting sickly. The vet gave her 4-6 more months to live. How much and how often with the baking soda and maple syrup.


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Flower's Mom (Acoma, NM) on 11/16/2020

Sorry Nicole, for not responding sooner, but I do not have internet at home and due to the COVID restrictions have not been getting out and about. Anyway, to answer your question about dosage, Flower weighs about 70 lbs and I gave her 1 tablespoon 3 to 4 times a day orally and sprayed the lump with silver every chance I could. It took a few weeks before I saw any changes, and the lump got worse before it got better, but do not lose hope. Colloidal silver is very powerful and will help cure a lot of ailments. I am currently using it along with ACV to treat a rash of candida and it is doing wonders. I also have a very good friend whose naturopath prescribed colloidal silver 800 ppm (yes, that is correct, 800 ppm) to treat a bone marrow infection. You just have to keep it up until all signs and symptoms are gone. I hope that is helpful. Flower's Mom


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Nicole (VA) on 10/31/2020

How much were you giving your dog and what is her weight? I've been giving this to my cat and have been seeing some def improvements but it's slow. For months no improvement so I know it's the silver water. Just wondering how much I can up his dose safely…


Chaga Mushroom
Posted by Terrill (Salisbury, NC) on 10/26/2020

Did you mix the Chaga mushroom powder or almond seed powder into the fish and how much?


Ozone Blood Replacement Therapy
Posted by Cristiana (London ) on 10/12/2020

I'm in London also and fighting leukaemia in my daughter cat. Where can I get this therapy for her? Much appreciated


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Cristiana (London) on 10/12/2020

Hi. I'm also in London and have been fighting with my cat for leukaemia. I read about black salve, could you pls tell me more about when I can buy it and dosage? Really appreciate


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Flower's Mom (Pueblo Of Acoma, Nm) on 07/05/2020

Hi Bee,

I started out giving Flower a 15 ppm solution which was manufactured and sold by a local health food store and when I ran out of that, I started giving her a 10 ppm solution called Silver Sol by NOW Foods. That is also what is in the spray bottle. Just as an update, last night I had to bandage the site as it was still bleeding quite a bit. Looking at it this morning, some more tissue has sloughed off and the flesh is a bright healthy pink and smooth and clean. She is pretty low key today, but has been sleeping comfortably. She did accept some bone broth when offered. I hope that is helpful.


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Bee (Ny) on 07/04/2020

Hi Flower's Mom,

What great news, yay! So happy for you. Can you please tell me what ppm of Colloidal Silver you were giving your dog? Also, was it homemade CS or store-bought? Thanks!


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Flower's Mom (Pueblo Of Acoma, Nm) on 07/04/2020
5 out of 5 stars

I must share my experience with using colloidal silver for curing cancer.

My 16 year old dog, Flower, developed a bump on the back of her leg right above her paw. I watched it closely and over the last month it started to change, partly because it started to irritate her and she had been licking it. First, the fur came off, revealing a pink lump. Then the lump started to change. It quickly grew to twice its size and turned different colors, black, yellow and purple, and was developing a few new small bumps at the base of the original one.

So for the last 2 weeks I have been treating her with a high dose of colloidal silver, both orally on an empty stomach 3 to 4 times a day and spraying the area with colloidal silver every chance I could get (she'd see me coming with the spray bottle and would run away). Orally I gave her a tablespoon each time. Of course, the lump grew even larger and uglier with this attack. It even grew tentacle-like things out of the top. It looked very scary.

Anyway, long story short, it finally started to shrink and turned more black on top with the base being bright red. Yesterday, it was pretty shrivelled up and was just dangling by a small piece still attached, and this morning it has fallen off! The skin underneath is bright red and bleeding, but I consider that a good sign as the blood with help filter any remaining toxins from the site.

I will continue giving her silver orally every day and spraying the area with silver until it has totally healed, and maybe for a month or so after that.

Black Salve
Posted by Deonet (Washington State) on 02/26/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Black salve, properly formulated with no acids, just with bloodroot, sheep sorrel, gangalal, and red clover WORKS!

I have very sensitive skin and scar from everything. Tried this on a patch of the sensitive skin on my inner forearm. No reaction other than discoloration after 24 hour application. Had an abnormal mole the doc said was most likely cancerous. Put the stuff on that and WOW! Immediate reaction. After pain for days, the body pushed out the entire mole and its roots. Biopsy on my arm confirmed clear of cancer after that.

My mastiff was diagnosed with cancer on his elbow 2016. Put some on my dog that had a cancerous tumor on his elbow. Took a lot longer to treat because the bandage would not stay put. The tumor drained and then fell out. He should have died in a year or less. It is now 2020 and he is doing fine. The idiots that claim black salve is a hoax and dangerous are the idiots who are toting the pharmaceutical industry's nonsense. There are bad batches out there that put acid in their mix. Do not buy from them. Research and find a reputable company to get the good stuff.

The bloodroot ruptures the protective sheath around the cancer so the body can recognize it as bad. The body then appropriately attacks the cancer and shoves it out. There is a crater at first. Keep it clean, moist, and covered. Use a comfrey based salve on it. It will fill in, heal, and have little scarring if you follow the directions.


Baking Soda and Maple Syrup
Posted by Carole (New York) on 06/06/2020

Hi

I would like to treat my dog with the baking soda and maple syrup concoction. She is btw 60 and 70 lbs. So should I give her 1 teaspoon per day?

She has 2 tumors on her liver.


Budwig Diet
Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 12/05/2018

Hey Shirley,

You might consider CBD oil.


Budwig Diet
Posted by Shirley (Penniac, Nb Canada) on 11/25/2018

I would like to try some of these remedies for my 13 year old dog who is exhibiting signs of cancer. The big problem right now is getting her to eat. We have offered her many options which she will eat for a while then refuse. Her latest favourite is hot dogs (I know.....not the healthiest). I would like to use the Budwig Diet so any suggestions as to how I can pique her appetite would be much appreciated.

Shirley

Colloidal Copper and Aspirin
Posted by Rbryar (Vt) on 11/03/2018

Did you make your own colloidal copper and aspirin mixture? Did you feed it to the dog or apply it externally? Please give more details. How long had the dog been sick?


Flor Essence
Posted by Chantal (Hasselt, Belgium) on 10/12/2018

Flor-Essence for Cat With Mouth Cancer in Lower Jaw:

Hello, I read many testimonials about the effects of the tea for animals with cancer. As I live in Belgium I could only find the 8 formula, The Flor Essence. I read that many people give the 4 formula. Why is this?

Some people mentioned that the red clover in the eight formula could kill a cat. I did some research and I found this : https://www.vetinfo.com/medicinal-cat-herbs.html : The red clover may be used as an alternative treatment for cancer; this may slow down the tumor from extending.

At the moment I give between 3-4 tsp (20 ml) per day divided in 3 portions. For cats with agressive cancer they recommended even 2x2tbsp per day.

I read that for the Flor-Essence formula you have to mix 5ml (1tsp) with 5ml water of broth. Is this correct?

There ware some testimonials where catowners mentioned that the tumor was growing accompanied with some bloodloss.They asked for help but I only found one answer : have Faith in the tea and give it the time to do it's work. There was also told that it happens that the tumor can grow and then flatten. This is mentioned in the instruction paper which is delivred with the bottle. As I am from Belgium I purchased it in the Netherlands. Without Paper. Only recommendations for administrating.
Is it possible to receive such instructionpaper?

I began to administrate the Flor-Essence about 10 days ago.My cat is almost 17 years old. He has a big appetite and makes some little walks in the garden

What do you recommend?
I know that there is a very big chance that the cancer can't be cured. But I give the tea a chance.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Chantal


Turmeric
Posted by Marie (Fl) on 09/19/2018

I can't find the posts on remedies for colon cancer in dogs. I've been using tumeric for last 3 months on my mini schnauzer.


Ozone Blood Replacement Therapy
Posted by Dan (London U.k.) on 06/06/2018

Jeffrey, I wish you'd shared where you got the treatment. I can't see anywhere in London doing it for animals. I'd like to try it for my cat.

Ozone Society didn't reply to my query.

Nor a 'compassionate Buddhist Vet of the year'. Incredible how coldhearted some ppl can be.


Reishi and Dandelion Tea
Posted by Andrija (Serbia) on 06/05/2018

Thank you on your reply!


Baking Soda and Maple Syrup
Posted by Brenda (Funkstown, Md.) on 06/01/2018

How much do you give them 15 years old


Reishi and Dandelion Tea
Posted by Mama To Many (Tn) on 05/30/2018

Dear Andrija,

I am sorry to hear about your cat!

I don't know anything about the Reishi tea, but do think dandelion tea is amazing. But I don't know of any stories of using those two teas for cancer. I have read much about Essiac tea for cancer. Also, turkey tail mushroom show a lot of promise for cancer treatments.

You will find information about Essiac Tea for Cats with cancer on this page. It has dosing information.

If you are not able to get Essiac and want to try the Reishi and Dandelion, yes, you can mix them with water or even with food. I would try 1/2 teaspoon (2.5 ml) of each, twice a day, mixed in water or food.

Keep us posted. I hope he feels better soon!

~Mama to Many~


Reishi and Dandelion Tea
Posted by Andrija (Serbia) on 05/30/2018

First of all I want to apologize for my bad English. Vet said that my cat has bone cancer. He still eats well, acts like complete healthy animal. I would like to ask you about few things. People told me that I can try to give him Reishi tea and dandelion tea. How many ml of tea he should drink? Would it be effective still if I combine tea and water? I think he will not drink just tea because of taste of it. He has about 5 killograms. Whole familly love him and we want to try everything for his health. What do you think about petroleum cancer treatments? I heard few possitive examples of people who took it.

Regards from Serbia,

Andrija

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Janeen (South West Africa) on 05/20/2018

Don't forget to add a pinch baking soda (food grade) to the water to prevent the acid (ACV) from stripping the enamel off the teeth.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 05/01/2018

Hey Nat,

I do not have first hand experience, but please look on EC for Essiac tea to treat cancer.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Nat (Montreal) on 04/27/2018

My beautiful cat Stewie who will be 11 this summer was diagnosed with tumors yesterday, I am still in shock. They say he has 3 in total 1 attached with each kidney about 4cm and 1 attached to his intestines about 1.5cm.

The vet can't be sure what type of tumor this is without a biopsy. he said since there are 3 its most likely the bad kind that has metastasized.

Stewie never did well at the vet and I am sure the stress alone would kill him if I decide to go with chimo. I am looking for alternatives natural products I can give him. I want to try the raw diet, I have been boiling chicken and feeding him that which he loves.

I would like to try the baking soda and maple syrup and other things anyone recommends? it seems as though there is so much information out there and yet so little, its all very confusing and overwhelming. please help any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.


Essiac Tea, Diet
Posted by Janice (Ottawa, Canada) on 04/13/2018

HI Ryan: Just read your comments on Tilt. Firstly, how did he do?

I wanted to ask you your thoughts on the Life Gold product. I'm just going to buy a bottle.

Hope little Tilt managed. Thanks. (hope this gets to you! )


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Melanie (Va) on 03/13/2018

Hey Christine! I keep a bowl of water in the floor for my dog's and that's the way I give them the vinegar. I use Bragg's apple cider vinegar. I would say the bowl I use holds about a quart and a half and I started them out with 2 tsp in their water, that way they could get used to the taste and then I increased it to about a tblsp after about a week. I hope this help's. I know some people put it in their food. I haven't tried that yet.


Multiple Remedies
Posted by Laura Braggiotti (Ny) on 03/08/2018

There are on line distributors that sell the blood root capsules that can be used, the right dose of the powder for the size of the being. And I was also told I can give rice size amounts of the actual salve in the mouth (my cat has oral cancer), so the rule is not as strict as was said in the post. go on line, go on FB there are a lot of black salve folks to read from. I have bought the stuff from three different distributors/producers so . Best of luck . At least there is the love between you and your family and the beloved cat.



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