Moringa is good for our dogs and us as it has antifungal, antiviral, antidepressant and anti-inflammatory properties (and more!). We think it should be in every dog’s pantry and food bowl.
Science of Moringa says it has antitumour, antiepileptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-ulcer, antispasmodic, diuretic, antioxidant, antidiabetic, hepatoprotective (protective of the liver), antibacterial and antifungal properties. That’s why it’s in our Miracle Greens and Kanga Kisses.
Moringa is nature’s anti-inflammatory miracle for dogs. Known as The Miracle Tree, it is recognised by America’s most conservative health and cancer institutions as being effective in reducing tumour size and proliferation. I credit Moringa as being a key contributor to Ruby’s remission. That’s why it’s in our Miracle Greens and Kanga Kisses.
Turmeric | Curcumin Experts Say… “Curcumin was found to exert its anticancer activities in many different types of cancer cells by regulating a variety of signaling pathways” Experts Say… “Curcumin was found to exert its anticancer activities in many different types of cancer cells by regulating a variety of signaling pathways” Turmeric is so amazing!…
When your dog has been diagnosed with cancer it is a whirlwind of tests and then treatment options (usually comprising of some variation on chemo, radiation and surgery). Unless you have a holistic vet, you won’t often find veterinary recommendations regarding diet and nutrition or natural medicines, but there is a lot that you can…
Studies indicate high fat, low carb diets cause the body to use ketones for fuel and energy and thus starve the cancer which prefers sugar for fuel and can not digest ketones.
Already known to be vital to dog health, Selenium (Se) has shown exciting research results in reducing some cancer risk, slowing metastases (cancer spread) and tumour growth in dogs and humans. Slowing the spread or potential spread is a key priority in surviving and managing cancer.
Multiple studies have correlated low Vitamin D3 in dogs with increased cancer risk. Known as the ‘sunshine vitamin’ dogs can not get anywhere near enough VitD from sun exposure and need to get it from their diet. Does your dog get enough?
This flavonoid and powerful antioxidant is considered ‘Nature’s Benadryl’, thought to soothe oxidative stress, reduce inflammation and allergic reactions, and may protect the body from chronic disease, including cancer.
Modern science is finally proving what Chinese medicine has known for 3,000+ years, many medicinal mushrooms have powerful healing abilities – including anti-tumoural.
Moringa Experts Say… Moringa Oleifera provides 36 natural anti-inflammatory agents, 46 antioxidants and all essential amino acids that help protect cells from free-radical damage. Experts Say… Moringa Oleifera provides 36 natural anti-inflammatory agents, 46 antioxidants and all essential amino acids that help protect cells from free-radical damage. 10 times the Vitamin A of Carrots 12…
OSTEOSARCOMA – I learned that word on August 22, 2015, when Ruby was diagnosed with it. Ruby was five years old. I also learned: * it’s the most common kind of bone cancer in dogs (85%) * it mostly occurs in large-boned and giant breed dogs (1/3 of cases are over 40 kgs) * it’s…
A fantastic summary of evidence regarding iodine and cancer which notes ‘the molecular effects of iodine as well as ongoing epidemiological evidence points to its probable role in prevention of cancers through its antioxidant, antiinflammatory, prodifferentiating, and proapoptotic effects.’
In 2015 a study found vitamin C can kill tumour cells that carry a common cancer-causing mutation – in mice. In fact, many studies are investigating the therapeutic potential of Vitamin C, especially as a potential cancer treatment. This article explains various study outcomes and how intravenous dosing is seemingly most effective.
High dose vitamin C therapies are increasingly reporting positive results in cases previously deemed as ‘no hope’, especially with some cancer cases. This article, written by a practicing vet, conveys results from his trials in high dose vitC in dogs with cancer, as well as other life-threatening illnesses showing its benefits and continuing promise.
Holistic vet, Dr Rose DeLeva, writes that she has used intravenous Vitamin C therapy for dogs with cancer for almost 20 years with fantastic results. Not remissions, but almost always improved quality of life and often valuable extended life spans beyond prognosis. She says Vitamin C is one of the most potent biological antioxidants on the planet.
This great summary of CBD and cannabis as a potential natural medicine is a beautiful explanation of its seeming medicinal value and why it is an exciting prospect in facing cancer. It notes cannabis oil can be used to treat seizures, nausea, stress, anxiety, arthritis, back pain, cancer symptoms, gastro issues, and more.
Twelve year old American Staffy, Muttley, was diagnosed with terminal cancer and after chemo and 5 surgeries the vets told his humans there was nothing else they could do. In a last ditch effort his humans tried low-dose cannabis oil and were amazed and thrilled by the results.
This article from the AVMA notes that many pet owners (including vets) are having success with cannabis and their dogs’ (cats’ and horses’) ailments, including cancer and related issues, and says vets need to get involved in the debate.
Studies tell us curcumin in turmeric helps fight cancer. A Harvard-trained, integrative oncologist shares his excitement for curcumin as an anti-cancer agent and easily explains the overall research that supports his interest. If you’re interested in how it works, for humans and dogs, to fight cancer this is a great article.
The good folks at The Truth About Cancer explain the exciting research into turmeric for cancer treatments as well as other health issues. There is more research to do but curcumin (the active ingredient) is showing real promise in helping to alleviate cancer, pain and inflammation.
Until Ruby’s cancer I’d never thought of turmeric beyond delicious curries. But it was THE most recommended natural therapeutic agent when people heard of her cancer challenge. I quickly learned that turmeric is not just a spice, it is one of the most effective natural medicines on the planet.