I too heard of coconut oils ' healing properties and couldn't be happier w/the results!! My Buddy is a 14yr. old Shih-Tzu. I have had him on c. c. o for two maybe three months. Now what I did not expect and had never heard of is how the healing seems to have no limit... For the last year I have been giving my little guy eye drops daily, a " Restasis" product for dry eye. lasts approx two n half to three mths, $35.00-50.00 . I have not had to use the eye drops since one month post coconut oil! I use the organic one $10.00 to [email protected] Shop Rite. Now RFD previous writer said she gives her 11.5lb pug a TBLSP of each, ie: cco and molasses! I read it should not be anymore then 1 tsp per. ten lbs... Can you advise please?? Asap if possible. Tyvm, Marlene
My nearly 11-year old, 18.5 pound female pug was diagnosed w/ arthritis late last year. She also had been diagnosed w/ hip issues and general loss of vitality.
Once again, I searched EarthClinic and read about healing properties of Blackstrap Molasses and Coconut Oil. So, I bought some and started mixing it in w/ her dinner - generally 1 TBSP of each.
After several months of doing this and observing her, I can testify to how well it has worked. She is running around, jumping, just like she did when she was younger. Great remedy!
I read the email about the dogs being given the Blackstrap Molasses and how they are vibrant and doing fine, so I decided to give my pomeranian who is suffering from arthritis some BSM on some cooked white rice. Well I'm glad I did and I am giving it to him and my other dogs over white rice every 2 days and boy do they have energy. My Pom has been jumping like he use to jump before the arthritis pain. I have a miniture chihuahua and 2 American Stafford Shireterriers and they all seem more vibrant and happy. I myself take BSM and it has worked wonders for me. My anemia is over, my tiredness is gone, I feel so much better since reading this BSM Info on this site. Thank you guys so much and may God forever Bless each of you that shared.
Many, many thanks to Archie from West Covina, Cal for writing in about molasses for aging/sad dogs. I had just bought organic molasses (regular, not blackstrap) at the grocery store for myself and decided after reading Archie's email that I would also give it to my two dogs. One of my dogs is a 13 years old, 55 pound shepherd mix who has a rough time walking up hills when we go on our daily walks. I added molasses to both dogs' meals today (good quality kibble, slightly undercooked ground turkey, and 1/2 teaspoon of molasses that I watered down with hot water) and OMG!! I cannot believe the difference in just one day! On our walk tonight, my elderly dog walked at a fast clip the entire walk, even on the hills. No problem whatsoever. WOW! Molasses should be a must for all aging dogs. I will write in again after they've been on it longer with another update. My dog won't touch apple cider vinegar or any other supplement I try to give him, so this remedy is a God send. My finicky boy dog actually likes the taste of molasses!
P.S. I am slowly going to increase the amount of molasses I give the dogs. I am starting slowly because I don't want them to get the runs!
EC: More arthritis remedies for pets here: https://www.earthclinic.com/pets/arthritis.html