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Cat with cancer

Using Herbs to Treat Animals

Post Wed Nov 02, 2016 9:48 pm

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I have a cat with cancer. If I understand the vet, the cancer is filled with joint fluid. This is HUMONGUS. I am wondering if there is a way to help reduce this somewhat if possible? She is otherwise herself. The cancer is level one malignant, so I just want to help her out until it decides to spread to other spots like her organs.

Post Thu Nov 03, 2016 4:23 pm
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Cats are really difficult to administer herbs to. THey just hate them.

I've used these two formulas on cancer cases to slow things down and improve quality of life.
cat would take 1/8 tsp of the powder twice daily or 5 drops of the tincture twice daily. Not likely that she would willingly do either.


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Post Sat Dec 24, 2016 7:38 pm

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Switching your cat back over to its species appropriate diet may have profound positive effects. If you're up for a little bit of reading do a google search on Pottengers Cats.

When you say this is HUMONGUS...are you referring to the situation?? Or are you referring to a growth? If it's a growth then maybe look into a drawing salve IF the growth isn't near any organs. And again if it is a growth near the surface that is a fluid or fatty lipoma, instead of a "tumor", then you may have success using frankincense essential oil topically to draw it out gently. BUT, I have limited knowledge and experience using drawing salves on tumors, so do some research....especially on the drawing salves as they can be used incorrectly.

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