Recent Pet Posts

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Tue, 17 Jul 18 11:30:47 -0700
Posted by Janet (In) on 07/17/2018

Dane Mom,

The Lysine, Ted may not say this? In my case, I would stay with the lysine, throughout this. It is harmless to healthy bodies. It kills the bad stuff. So maybe, if I were on your path, 3 days. 2 off. Then 3 days. Ted usually ups the amount of times a day, when he writes to the most serious questions. Lysine and threonine are our immunity. They build it. If we and our pets were living clean and not vaccinated, chances are we would derive enough from food and digestion. This is no longer the case.

In our case, the devastation vaccination wrought on our dogs was devastating.

My Mom took in every stray, at one time, 12 dogs. Sometimes less. I saw poor little messes turn into healthy good dogs. Just eating and being loved. They lived on pet food but in the 60s and 70s food was an entirely different matter. That and they only got a rabies shot. Were dewormed.

We had passels of guinea pigs when we homeschooled our kids, dogs birds, rabbit, cats. They were not the pets I grew up with. Their challenges were crazy hard. The guinea pigs all got kidney stones, tumors. They all were too fat. My trek for healing our family included those little piggies.

As we healed, appropriate to their diet, vegetarian, we began treating them. Lysine was my first tool. It extended their lives. Improved their lives. The cat lived to be nearly 20. Key to cat health, liver, lysine.

The dogs it was 1 thing after the other. Their 4 year shots brought disaster. Epilepsy, bad thyroids, ACL tears, ear infection, tumors, cataracts, anxiety.

I was overwhelmed, first and foremost was always diet. Off commercial food.

Magnesium, mag phos, chamomilla, rhus tox, liver, liver sausage, no nitrates, our butcher grinds beef hearts and organ meats. Looks like hamburger. I cannot face too many organs, lol. A local farmer cans his pot roast, shoulders, for human consumption, cooked, no additives. It became the dog food. It was hard to convince our doodle to eat raw. So lightly cooked meats and that food.

That was the mainstay, the throat collapse of our retriever was due to nonabsorption of selenium, so as each thing cropped up, if Ted had not addressed it, on to Google and studies.

1 of those 4 dogs is still with us, she is 12 now, but her ear problems and fatty tumors remain/persist. Her cancer is gone. Fatty tumors are different and grow. I am going to start her on azoxystrobin and BHT this weekend. These, Ted talks about in this email below. The cannabutter for them was a godsend.

As far as Tannic, I buy from wine makers supply. Golden in color. There are brown ones, Ted specifically says golden.

The bone broth, bulletproof has been so reliable. I use it as a tool, extra nutrients, cilantro, lecithin. Whatever we are facing it is my absorption tool. In my family, it helped our daughter with narcolepsy get on her feet, the profound exhaustion. Sleep no rest. Our other daughter it was the first thing in her healing. It began digestion where she had none. 25 years of mystery illness. It started her gut. All of our other efforts only got her so far then she would just stop. It was the tool that got her on her feet. I give it, as a go out the door with a lysine remedy if a virus tries to get started around here. Nutrition boost, digestion, intestine, digestive juncture start. So it does not look like Dave Asprys version in my house, here it is a kick start. Bone broth, vegetarian broth, for one daughter. It is a good drink to boost someone in hospital. It is a great carrier and lightens some of the load when you are doing so many things, you need a thing to carry it all in. Liver so rich in enzymes and Amino's is an ideal addition.

In dogs, they do not produce Bs well and in people and it is C. So the brewers yeast or liver go in the broth. For people, the C goes in the lysine remedy.

The recipes for BHT, an oil preservative, I buy capsules. Give first in am, one capsule, 250 mg some are 325. An hour before food. Then natto. Later.

Azoxystrobin, the recipe, 10% powder in 90% water. Let stand, cap shake. 1 to 2 drops 3x a day.

Bloodroot extract, this is added to stop the growth of the cancer. Part of another remedy. If you search on E.C. for azoxystrobin. There is a remedy there in those emails that puts all 3 of these together for another effective arm to your cancer killing fight. 3 to 4 drops a day. Your drops, for dogs. Water and drops suctioned into a syringe. Separate doses. So bloodroot apart from azoxystrobin.

To buy, Amazon, azoxystrobin, Ted recommends, Amistar 50WG powder. They only sell it a short time each year you may have to really look hard. If not able to find it, I would still include the other 2. You can find on Amazon or E bay.


  Re: Essiac Tea for Tumors

Tue, 17 Jul 18 10:27:13 -0700
Posted by Flower's Mom (Pueblo Of Acoma, Nm) on 07/16/2018

In speaking with my naturopath about the uses of Essiac, he mentioned that he always saves the boiled herbs to use as a poultice for all sorts of applications, I.e tumors, cysts, wounds, abscesses, etc. He purchases the herbs in bulk and after boiling and straining them to make the tea, he puts the moist herbal mixture into a glass jar and stores it in the frig. If he makes up another batch, he dries the first batch and keeps it to re-hydrate to use later and puts the fresh batch in the frig, rotating the batches. The herbs still have a lot of beneficial ingredients, enabling them to be used more than once. Hope this is helpful. Take care!

  Re: Activated Charcoal for Parvo

Tue, 17 Jul 18 10:26:59 -0700
Posted by Kristie (De Soto, Mo) on 07/16/2018

How many activated charcoal caps did you use in a cup of Pedialyte?

  Re: Essiac Tea for Tumors

Mon, 16 Jul 18 15:43:23 -0700
Posted by Jessa (Philippines) on 07/16/2018

Hello Flower's Mom,

A few days ago, I decided to visit the vet coz I was kinda worried of the opening below her chin near the throat/neck and an inflamed part protruding where pus keeps coming out and the odor that seems to be getting worse. Vet gave some antibiotics and antiseptic and told me to apply honey to the open wound and not to cover it. As of today, the pus lessened and the odor was gone.

I'm still giving her Essiac twice a day and Seabuckthorn Berry Oil to boost her immune system. Earlier today, noticed that a portion of the tumor did burst. Keep you guys posted. Hoping, praying and keeping my fingers crossed that Essiac will do miracles on her coz my options seems to be running out. Hope this site would allow or post some photos for reference.

EC: Yes, you can upload photos to your post any time! Just click on the add images link.

  Re: Parvo

Mon, 16 Jul 18 15:42:14 -0700
Posted by Kay (Louisiana) on 07/16/2018

How much active charcoal should I give a 5lb. puppy that is 6 wks old, and just had 1st puppy shot on Friday. Started having severe dieria on Sunday.

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Mon, 16 Jul 18 15:41:42 -0700
Posted by Dane Mom (Beloit, Wi) on 07/15/2018

Hi Janet - thank you, again, I am trying to move everything forward and will surely have ongoing questions. You are a wealth of information and am glad (maybe even envious) of your connection to Ted. I am new to this site but can see his immense influence and knowledge.

I am following through and have a few questions:

1) Lysine - Question: Do I continue doing this pace ongoing indefinitely? I kept seeing reference to "3 days" and then was unsure what happened after that 3 day period. Update on our progress since last post: We took a 2 day break and then have continued the combination of 2000mg Lysine, 500mg Threonine, 1000 mg Vitamin C every hour for 4 hours AM and PM. I have also added the powder from a K2 capsule and also Milk Thistle just because it was convenient to add to the mixture instead of pushing the pills. This is all added to spring water and given by a syringe.

Tannic Acid - Question: Are all tannic acid powders the same? I want to start this immediately. I've not been able to locate it and I want to be accurate. Do you have a link you can share? There is a wine tannic acid powder and a chem lab tannic acid on Only one of them states its source, as grape stems and skins. The pending patent and study shows the source as "To obtain the active tannic acid and tannin complexes, the trunk of any of the plants of the Musaceae Family" which is a banana tree and does not mention grape.

Tannic Acid - Sharing: read this! I found this patent online and include many very intriguing patient cures on the bottom and a long list of cancers which tannic acid could be effective for - including osteosarcoma.

Doggie Bulletproof (I love this!) - Question 1: Is your recipe to include the carrot juice + bone broth + butter (all other ingredients listed in that paragraph)? Question 2: Can raw or fresh-simmered liver be used instead of powers or is that less appetizing for our doggie snack?

Enzymes - Other than the Natto, and the Lysine/Threonine routine. I do not know what enzymes to be giving Kalli for osteosarcoma. What did Ted recommend?

I am sure I will have more for you soon Janet. Thank you for the tip on self care too. I am living 24/7 for this terrible cancer and trying to save my Kalli-love.

  Re: Activated Charcoal for Parvo

Mon, 16 Jul 18 15:38:41 -0700
Posted by Kristie (De Soto, Mo) on 07/15/2018

Where can I find activated charcoal for my pup?

EC: Pharmacies and grocery stores sell activated charcoal tablets in the medical section for poisoning, which you can grind into a fine powder. Otherwise, health food stores such as Whole Foods, Sprouts, and Erewhon typically carry at least one brand of powdered activated charcoal.

Ted's Borax and Peroxide Mange Treatment

Mon, 16 Jul 18 11:15:03 -0700
Posted by Ellise (Canada) on 07/16/2018
4 out of 5 stars


My 2 year old Staffy has had mange for about 3 months now, she is losing hair all over her body in little amounts. I started the Borax Mange Remedy treatment last week, and so far, she's been much calmer, and scratches less. The only thing that I have noticed is that it seems like her skin is very dry, and she's seemingly losing more hair (could it be because of the frequent use of shampoo?) after her baths.

Do I have to shampoo her EVERY time I do the treatment? Let me know! Thank you.

  Re: Heartworm Treatment

Mon, 16 Jul 18 11:10:16 -0700
Posted by Saphire37 (Plainfield, In) on 07/10/2018

Hello, I am needing some advice, I have a APBT that is 3 years old. I have never had her on any heartworm preventative nor have I ever had her tested. She is in the early stages of Autoimmunity, which the doctor's give no advice on. I have her on Nutro and Kauffman's Canine Coat and Skin Supplement for her sebaceous adenitis. Is it okay to start the Natural heartworm preventative (Black walnut, Artemisia Combinatio & HSII) If she has never been tested?

  Re: Essiac Tea for Tumors

Sun, 15 Jul 18 11:10:09 -0700
Posted by Flower's Mom (Pueblo Of Acoma, Nm) on 07/13/2018

Hi Jessa,

I administered Essiac for one of my older dogs who had developed a few small tumors. I gave her the tea orally every day as well as rubbing the tea bags over the lumps before putting them into the compost. The tumors reacted to the treatment by first getting bigger, and then by opening up and draining before they really showed any signs of shrinking or drying up. During the time when they were draining, etc. I placed some gauze or a bandage over them to keep her from licking or irritating them, but all in all, they really did not seem to bother her, so she pretty much left them alone. All during this time, her demeanor, appetite and energy levels did not change. I would not give her any antibiotics as the tea seems to me to be working, but I would give her something for immune support. Also, I always pray over my babies, laying my body over theirs, sharing your heart, life and light energy to her for added strength. Bless you and let us know how she is doing.

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Fri, 13 Jul 18 05:09:14 -0700
Posted by Janet (In) on 07/12/2018

Dane Mom

I forgot the vitamin D and Enzymes.

Vitamin D by weight is 40 to 70iu per lb. Body weight. So about 49,000iu a day at the high end. 40,000iu at the low end. Check my math. At least during this challenging time, possibly.

Enzymes, this is a puzzle for me. Ted recommends lots of enzymes during this time to breakup and emulsify out tumors.

The problem I see with that is giving them on an empty tummy. Maybe you have that pill pusher that pushes a pull into throat. A Dane would have an enormous mouth to try to give capsules by hand. Lots of bromelain and protein digesting enzymes on an empty stomach if you can. Aside from the natto.

More stuff, too much stuff. I know. Some will resonate some will not. I feel that you want to know everything. Then can sort what you wish to incorporate as you go along.


  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Fri, 13 Jul 18 05:00:17 -0700
Posted by Janet (In) on 07/12/2018

Dane Mom,

Sorry I missed your post, I usually check back. I do not know what I did.

Anyway, first I go with what I know. Something I know nothing about is moringa. But it is a food, a plant, nutrient dense. So in that case, I suspect your good. Ted does often discuss it, and references nutrient dense is not added or fortified with extra stuff. Nutrients, digestion, killing the cancer. Would be the focus and you are doing that.

Seaweed calcium, extracted. I personally would leave that behind. Food with whole nutrients. Dogs do not need much from veggies.

Yet I have been reading about vitamin A. Hard to absorb from supplements. But from carrots. We all sop it right up. It is a vitamin that is not discussed too much. I suspect this might help. It is the only veggies I use now. Pumpkin plain is a great addition for anal glands and any digestion issue that results in constipation or the runs. Quite a little miracle. 1/4 cup as needed.

So let me revise a little.

If I were starting today.

Bone broth warmed can be made or bought, organic, amazon and Co ops carry it. Carrot juice, you can buy it or juice it. MSM, powdered for pain and added sulfur. Coconut oil or MCT oil. Grass fed butter. Liver powder, make this up as a doggie bulletproof snack. You could use this for other supplements too. Selenium yeast, vitamin D, etc. Not the lysine remedy that is separate.

I use an $20 Oster blender. Broth, carrot juice all go in. This would be a snack, juicy yummy bone broth. Make a quart. Give a few oz a few x a day for more nutrients. Dense and rich.

The topical remedy is to penetrate to his bone and kill the cancer directly. So you could buy some fabric. Tear or fold an old clean tee shirt or two. Try to wash it clean of softener residue or store finishes. I wash all of mine in borax. No softener. Very toxic. But I rub it on. I use packs. Whatever I think will work. That Is different with each dog. Often as I can. Which means I am fallible. I had to take a day to breathe. Your dogs are as dependent as babies, look to us to fix the bad. Ted always recommends a break, for the patient, for you too I suspect. I had laser eye. I watched them endlessly. Everything. What I found out was I could rely on Teds advice. Took me a long time to not watch them like a hawk.

They were vaccinated, over vaccinated, I tried to undo that and build immunity.

That is the lysine remedy. You can give it hourly 4 doses, have lunch and restart a round at night for 2 hourly or 4. What I noticed was they felt better. With our Golden he was a very big dog with a bad thyroid. I would give more of the remedy. Particular to labs and Golden's, their skin does not absorb well neither does their fur. So I never thought the topical was enough. My thinking, not a real fact.

So here is where I am a little lost. I cannot remember if I mentioned Teds alkalinity drink. So if I did not. 2 tbsp of Apple cider vinegar in a glass, add 1/2 tsp baking soda. Let fizz. Add 1/2 glass of water. Split into 2 doses syringe in 2 x a day 1/2 hour after food. Baking soda kills cancer. Ted says when you have nothing to lose, this is the winner. Baking soda is anticancer, cancer killer. It emulsifies old fats. It removes what does not belong.

Because bone cancer is so serious, I would be throwing everything effective at it. Topically and internally.

I keep my notes taped to my daily schedule and refer often. Right on my cabinet door. I make as much as I can ahead. Usually no more than 3 days ahead of use. The Apple Cider Vinegar remedy every day fresh.

So 3 additions I think might help.

Tannic acid, used in wine making in serious illness a real healer drops can be added to food.

Buy a few ounces from Amazon. 1/8 tsp in 1 liter of water. Add 5 drops to each meal. Can be constipating. So there is pumpkin if needed.

EDTA this is a soap and a great blood cleaner. Possibly will help prevent cancer from spreading. Removing it harmlessly through elimination. Refrigerate.

Tetrasodium EDTA, not calcium EDTA 30% EDTA in a mason jar. Add 70% spring water. Let dissolve. Cap and shake. 10 drops on food. Excellent circulation clearing. We use it all the time.

I do not know if we discussed borax. 20 Mule Team Borax. To remove existing fluoride toxins from his bones and joints. 1/8 tsp in a liter of water add a few drops when you refill water for him. It will help remove the deadly toxin from his body.

Remember you cannot run yourself down, trying. You cannot pour from an empty cup.

Bulletproof is a great boost for anyone. Made with coffee or broth or tea. 1 cup in the blender. Add 1 heap of collagen, 1 tbsp of MCT, 1 tbsp of butter. Blend and drink. Amazing real help.

I will check more carefully for replies if I missed something. Janet

Seeking Help for Chronic Osteomyelitis in Cat

Wed, 11 Jul 18 13:10:58 -0700
Posted by Andrija (Serbia) on 07/11/2018

My cat has chronic osteomyelitis. He is on antibiotics for 2 and a half weeks. Vet said it would probably take 6 weeks of medical treatment. We thought it is bone cancer, but thank God, biopsy showed OM. During biopsy vet made drainage and after that my cat walked on 4 legs. His leg has an almost normal temperature(a few days ago it was hot), but is swelling still. He also doesn't use it. Please tell me if there is some other treatment such as natural medicine that works for chronic osteomyelitis. I am afraid that antibiotics will not work because it seems that infection is going back again. Or should I wait 3 more weeks and see what will happen? I first thought that my baby has osteosarcoma and bought cannabis oil with very high THC. After I found out that it is OM I decided not to use it on him. Is it possible to use THC directly on leg? I read it is worked for people with skin cancer. Please reply if someone had a similar experience. Sorry on bad english.

  Re: Castor Oil for Cataracts in Dogs

Wed, 11 Jul 18 12:56:21 -0700
Posted by Noah (Ca) on 07/11/2018

Where can one get this product? is it safe to put in their eyes? thank you.


  Re: Apple Cider Vinegar Use for Cat

Wed, 11 Jul 18 12:56:05 -0700
Posted by M (Oklahoma) on 07/11/2018

For future reference, if you administer ACV to your kitty and he/she starts vomiting, you need to dilute the ACV with more water.

ACV is very acidic. If you give them it not well diluted to drink, it can upset their stomach, irritate the esophagus and make them vomit. I would wait until the cat has stopped vomiting for hours before trying again, however.

That being said if your cat is vomiting a lot, a vet is the safest bet.

  Re: Essiac Tea for Tumors

Wed, 11 Jul 18 12:32:17 -0700
Posted by Jessa (Philippines) on 07/10/2018

I have a 13 yr old chow who has an oral tumor the size of a peanut when I first noticed it last november 2017, tried bringing it to the vet but explained that surgery was a risk coz of my dog's age and chemo was definitely out of the question for I'm aware of its side effects and thus no guarantee. Tried different kinds of natural treatment along the way but to no avail.

As of this day, tumor is about the size of a baseball. A few weeks ago, I happen to stumble on your website and found out about Essiac Tea, tried giving it at 20ml twice daily for about a week now and I noticed that underneath the chin there was swelling and that started to open and light reddish fluid along with some pus seeping out. Intense odor coming from her mouth and the pus I guess.

Good thing coz her appetite, energy and all seems normal like the usual. As for the tumor, still too early to tell the difference if its shrinking. Any advice, if this is a normal effect of Essiac on tumors? and is there a need to give antibiotics for the pus or will Essiac do the trick?

  Re: Black Walnut/Wormwood Tincture for Heartworm

Wed, 11 Jul 18 12:29:45 -0700
Posted by Saphire37 (Plainfield, In) on 07/10/2018

The Natural Heartworm Preventative Program consists of three products:
Artemisia Combination - This is used like a monthly de-wormer.

HSII - This is used to keep the heart strong. It can be given every few days or at least once a week.

Black Walnut - This is a great nutrition booster helping metabolism and keeping the animal less desireable by parasites [fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes].
Artemisia Combo

This product combines elecampane root with two species of Artemisia, mugwort and wormwood, to provide an exceptionally powerful herbal formula. Artemisia has a long history of use in China, Europe, and the U.S. for its antiparasitic qualities. Artemisia is believed to create an unfavorable environment for parasites.
Ingredients: Proprietary blend 780 mg * Elecampane Root (Inula helenium) Mugwort Herb (Artemisia vulgaris) Clove Flower Buds (Eugenia caryophyllata) Garlic Bulb (Allium sativum) Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale) Spearmint Herb (Mentha spicata) Turmeric Root (Curcuma longa) Olive Leaf (Olea europa) Wormwood Herb (Artemisia annua) *Daily Value not established Other Ingredients: Cellulose (plant fiber), magnesium stearate (vegetable), silicon dioxide (powdered silica), gelatin, and water.

Black Walnut

Black Walnut is used as an astringent because it is rich in tannin, a toning substance. Black Walnut is famous for it's cleansing properties and has been used to treat worms. Ingredients: Black Walnut Hulls (Green Hulls) (Juglans nigra) 1000 mg* *Daily Value not established Other Ingredients: Magnesium stearate (vegetable), silicon dioxide (powdered silica), kosher gelatin, and water.


HS II is a combination designed for support to the circulatory system, containing: hawthorn berries, capsicum and garlic. Hawthorn berries is used to strengthen and tone the heart, feed the adrenals, cleanse arteries, and has been known to balance blood pressure. Capsicum has long been used as a way to boost circulation and cleanse the body. Recent studies have shown garlic to be of benefit to the digestive, circulatory and immune systems. Ingredients: Proprietary blend 920 mg* Hawthorn Berries (Crataegus oxyacanthoides) Capsicum Fruit (Capsicum annuum) Garlic Bulb (Allium sativum) *Daily Value not established

Other Ingredients: Gelatin and water.

Heartworm prevention requires a multi-faceted approach which includes not exposing your dog to mosquitoes as much as possible. I've been successful with a preventative program, but would not recommend this for dogs who are kept outside because they have increased exposure and are thus at higher risk.
I do not recommend people go off their heartworm medications unless they agree to do so with their vet. There are plenty of alternative or holistic veterinarians for you to consult with.

Re-Order at or call 888-443-4414

Prevention Program Guideline for weight: *Under 5 lbs - 1/4 capsule Artemisia, 1/8 ml of Black Walnut Liquid Extract (2 to 5 drops) and ½ capsule HSII *10-25 lbs - 2 capsules Artemisia, 1/4 ml Black Walnut Liquid Extract (5 to 7 drops) and 1 capsule HSII *25-50 lbs - 2-3 capsules Artemisia, 1/2 ml Black Walnut Liquid Extract (10 to 15 drops), and 1 to 2 capsules HSII *50 lbs and over - 3 capsules Artemisia, 1 ml Black Walnut (20 to 25 drops), and 2 to 3 capsules HSII *100 lbs and over - simply double the *50 lbs and over instruction above

During the first week of each month [for 7 days]: Based on a 12-15 pound dog (adjust accordingly)
One (1) Artemesia first thing in the morning and one (1) in the evening [as close to 12 hours apart as possible] on an empty stomach [as much as possible] so the properties have a chance to kill parasites without having to be blended with a full meal. Most dogs have no problems with this formula on an empty stomach. If your dog does, you can give as much food as necessary with it, but this is a rare necessity. This is like a monthly de-wormer.
One (1) HSII every few days or at least once a month. This is used to keep the heart strong.
1/4 ml Black Walnut Liquid Extract (5 to 7 drops), sprinkled over food, daily or given orally!
Given all month long:
Four to five (4-5) days each week, I put 1 to 1-1/2 ml Liquid Black Walnut in their drinking water.
On the average, the heartworm program should last approximately 2 to 3 months for a 50 lb. dog! There are 100 Capsules of Artemisia Combination; 100 Capsules of HS II, and 59 ml Black Walnut Extract.

I've found that most pets like Black Walnut Extract. A little bit of Black Walnut goes a long way, so be sure to adjust this according to weight like the rest of the program.

Another thing to consider is if you are in a climate area that has a winter and a period of time where there are no mosquitoes. Vets generally do not tell you to use heartworm medication at that time of the year. I don't bother to use the spritzer at that time of the year, but I still do the herbal program because Black Walnut is such a healthy supplement and the Artemisia keeps keep them parasite free.

Please use wisdom and common sense in deciding whether the natural approach is for you and your pet family. Since the herbal way is less expensive than the drugs, please be sure you make the investment to have your dog tested annually.
Re-Order at or call 888-443-4414

  Re: Ear Mites

Wed, 11 Jul 18 12:23:00 -0700
Posted by Debra (Nj) on 07/10/2018

Tea tree oil is very toxic to cats, especially is they orally ingest it; considering how much grooming they do, Tea Tree Oil is not a good remedy for cats. Vets "say" that if it is used, the concentration should NOT be above 0.1% concentration. Again, since cats are known for their grooming behavior, I would stay away from it.

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Mon, 09 Jul 18 15:26:10 -0700
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 07/09/2018

Dane Mom, google Clay Packs. Basically you simply mix some healing clay with water and make a "mud", and apply it with or without a bandage.

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Mon, 09 Jul 18 09:50:07 -0700
Posted by Dane Mom (Beloit, Wi) on 07/08/2018

Re: Janet In 07/06/2018 -

Thank you so much! I am working through this information implementing as quickly and thoroughly as possible. I'll reply in pieces. Progress so far, from this advice...

Calcium - oh shoot!?! I have stopped. Seaweed calcium powder had been advised by her holistic vet to be added to her meals because he felt home cooked meals would be nutrient deficient, and calcium was needed for the bone cancer. Apparently that was not good advice from the vet. I have been sprinkling moringa on her bowl of food too, but I see that it also has calcium in addition to other vitamins and protein. Does the moringa also need to be eliminated? I was depending on that for a bit of greens and bulk of nutrients not in the meat/broth itself.

I have now added the supplements D3 (20,000 iu) after lunch, and strontium 2000mg once a day a few hours before or after a meal.

Lysine remedy - we have just finished day 3. Questions:
1) I am unclear from Ted's protocol posts, and your reply here, what happens next after day 3?
2) Also, for a dog, is this only in the morning or is this also repeated in the evening?

Topical DMSO + castor oil - Question: how often should this topical treatment occur?
We have now completed 2 applications of mixed ratio, roughly, as DMSO 55% /castor-oil15%/iodine15%/aloe-juice15%/clove-oil 5 drops. I do not know the best % measurements though and preservative free aloe juice was the only product I could locate, not aloe vera oil. I did not yet have a wool or towel to do a castor-oil/DMSO pack, but instead just applied this other small mixture to her tumor lump with a natural sponge.

I look forward to replying with you more. How are your two dogs? I can tell you have worked through your own struggle and gained a lot of experience; and my heart goes out to you and all fur-parents trying to self educated and heal their pets.