Originally posted by please_takemyrights
Don't you mean raise pH 'levels'?
Wouldn't want anyone to come on here for cancer advise and start eating the wrong way.
Yes your correct, my mistake thanks for pointing that out.
Originally posted by Anonymous Avatar
What specifically did you try and what dosage? How much does your dog weigh? I am very curious about that. My thoughts are with you and your loved
ones. I hope they turn out ok.
I am glad to see the information being presented in this thread. Seems a lot of people have done their own research. Squiz being that you have
actually tested some of these on your dog I am curious to know exactly what you have tried.
BTW, I am in no way saying what works for a dog will work for a human. It is possible but I am curious more for other dogs with cancer.
Hi Avatar, I initialy started with a product that was designed secificly for dogs.
it's basicly beta glucan therapy. They
also have or are developing a similiar product for people. The site has an excellent diet plan for dogs and lots of great information.
Dogs should not have any wheat or grains what so ever they never evolved to handle them. Yet many pet foods are wheat or rice based.
He's a medium to large dog about 35kg so he was having to have quite a large dose and it was getting exspensive. So I switched to a powdered beta
glucan so I could buy a range of products. I cross checked the products effects on dogs with some research online and ran them past my vet, he knew of
most of them and thier benefits.
As far as dosage goes i'm generaly giving half of the recommened dosage for humans because of his size. As I said before there's no danger of
overdosing with most of these products so they can be combined. I have read that one vet trialing cellular zeolite, was giving a cat the same dosage
recommended for an average human weight with no side effects and a positive result with significant reduction in tumour size.
This is what I'm using-
Cellular zeolite, powdered zeolite, beta glucan, MSM, medicine man tea, flaxseed oil, fish oil, kombu (seaweed containing fucoidan) as well as the
diet and many regular herbs not all of these but these are the common ones -
garlic, oregano, cinnamon, peperment, thyme, rosemary, majoram, basil, ginger, dil, curry, chives, parsley, corriander and vanilla seeds.
(remember no grains for dogs so no vanilla seeds)
I'm currently looking into these-
Chinese herbs for fighting cancer
There's some recommendations here for specific types of cancer.
Again let me reiterate I found studies on dichloroacetate that showed adverse effects and even death in dogs, I'm not dismissing it but it would need
I hope that helps.