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mast cell tumors and graviola and essiac


tony and lou,

hope ya'll are doing very well!

my Boxer, Sandy has a history of mast cell growths.........grade 2 [which in a boxer is not tooo bad like grade 3] but i know as she gets older this probly will accelerate.

she's 5yrs old....i have had her almost 2 years now[a rescue, of course]...it appears one was removed before i got her by a scar she has.....and the rescue people removed another one.

then a year after i got her one appeared and i got it as soon as i saw it.....with black salve...worked great...........in six months another one appeared and i got that one with black salve ASAP.

i have had her on tumeric for a year.....and am thinking about graviola and essiac maybe a reduced level just to be proactive.

i know graviola works on an energy level/mitacondrial mechainism.

is this a good idea or am i overtreating?

i am afraid as she gets older things will go downhill as this happens with mast cell issues.

she gets raw meat and bones and broccoli n other veggies that have been thru a food processer and NO storebought dog food..

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also what do u think of bloodroot taken internally.....as to her situation and cancer treament in other situations in humans?

thanks, scott
 

 
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