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Thread: Dog vs Lump 3 (how to remove cysts and tumours)

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    If I say the sky is blue people on the forum would still argue it is pink. FYI I helped many people and even went out of my way to message them privately with formulas they could come use for free - using things from the local health shop without making a cent, EVEN when it would have been cheaper to buy a product from me which would have been better - all because I did not want to come across as pushing product.

    FYI I enquired for months about advertising with that forum and was told there was no space for us yet new companies kept advertising. Many others promote their products in that forum constantly and that is ok but I was not allowed to mention anything I was doing.

    Every time I see a thread about things like arthritis, cancer, IBD and vomiting I have to bite my tongue because I'd hate to upset the powers above. It's so disappointing that I share something so genuinely beneficial and it is met with criticism.

    I don't care for petty politics. At the end of the day it's the animals that suffer.

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    Anyone can collect the data. Just try to get it in a more consistent format than "I tried it and it's great" and it would have to be done with a comparison control group - ie traditional vet stuff.

    I am constantly astounded by stuff that doctors (and vets) accept as valid without question. A scientist questions everything, collects the data and compares the results to the proposed theory.

    If you want a bit of a tour around where it can go wrong - look at a book by Dan Ariely called "predictably irrational". He got into his field of study because of the way burns were traditionally treated and as a burn victim - he didn't think they were right.

    With me and my knee op and a bunch of other conventional medicine that's been offered me - there's been no follow up from them to see what the long term or even the short term results have been. One doctor was horribly wrong when he thought I didn't need a knee recon but he's not updated his data. Maybe knee recons are done when they're not needed but if you've got a patient telling you that they can't do anything they want to including walking - because of the knee popping - then maybe the suggested treatment is wrong?

    So I don't take conventional medicine at face value. And I don't take any of the other medicine at face value. Either way it's not automatically right or wrong. I want to see the studies - especially the double blind sort.

    Example - a while a go - there were people selling a wrist band that was supposed to make everything better for the wearer... snake oil feel to it but a lot of people believed it. Then Choice did a study where a large group of people were given the real $60 or so wrist band and a similar sized group were given a "fake" $2 wrist band without the active magic whatever - Double blind - the person giving out the wrist bands and the person getting them - didn't know which category they were trying.

    Total fake. The results were about 25% of both groups felt better and 75% felt no change or worse. Ie the magic wrist band was no better than the $2 charity wrist band or placebo results.

    As for the lump stuff - I can't tell - I've not seen a formal study. Maybe invite a vet school phd student to organise one.

    And I've got to agree about the food routinely pushed in Vet Surgeries. My vet - he is reasonably honest about what is in his shop. He admits it's there for the money and the recommended feeding amounts are about making money for the manufacturer - not about the amount a pet should eat. And I've confronted a vet nurse with her recommended tin of chicken and rice - asked her to read the ingredients and tell me why those are better than boiled chicken and rice that I make when my dog has an upset tummy. She'd never read the label before and was a tad embarrassed - and I didn't buy the tin.

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    I was referring to another smaller forum, so it is 2 that think you are just spamming, eh?

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Claims and statements you have made.

    We have had very interesting results so far, most of which are yet to be published. It has worked on dogs, cats, rats, made some skin growths on people fall of in two days, appears to travel through the body and destroy other tumours close by, and we have even had reports that it has reduce the size of some warts on people.

    I make no claims that it will work but we encourage people with no other option to try.

    trialling hundreds of dogs is not an option - I can't even patent the thing.

    I don't claim it works on all tumours, I haven't tested it enough yet and it probably won't work in every case.

    I even phoned and e-mailed the doctor twice at UCLA where they DID carry out a study on lab rats using two of the three ingredients in SuperHeal and found that tumour size was greatly being reduced (not going away but reduced).

    I make no claims that this will cure you or your dog in any way shape or form.

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    appears to travel through the body and destroy other tumours close by........

    Totally unfounded standard snake oil claims.

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    If you eat 5 raw fish heads, sprinkle them with my special herb mix whilst hopping on your left foot under a full moon your lumps, cysts abscesses and tumours will disappear! Just ask me and visit my website and see the endorsements that I put there. Dr Imadenameup endorses my product too and it is designed for those who have tried everything because they are desperate and ripe for picking. Big Pharma is also in on the conspiracy conspiring against we who have the answers.
    Last edited by Di_dee1; 01-31-2014 at 09:34 PM.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Love that post Di Dee - so you don't think it's a cure for cysts and breast cancer - me neither.

    I'm currently having an argument about vaccinations with someone I previously thought rational and intelligent... sigh.

    I think if the person chiefly responsible for the anti-vaccination campaign "scientific study" - told her personally that he faked it and was only in it for the money - she'd still believe vaccinations were all bad.

    I can't understand how something would be more effective on a cancer than a wart. Bizarre.

    And it's all very unscientific and self contradictory. Not doing credibility much good. But at least the OP is having the conversation with us. They didn't start out in here just plugging products if I remember right. They first came here looking for help with a sick dog.

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    Then let's see if they stick around and participate or are only here now to flog their product.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Can't help but shake my head. Guys if you took the time to follow the links and read the information before commenting on this thread it may be constructive rather than a point scoring match.

    The method for SuperHeal IS based on scientific research carried out at UCLA. I have stated that already not that anyone bothered to look into it. I just improved on their research and all anecdotal evidence shows my enhancement works better - read the testimonials, watch the videos. Or don't.

    Expecting me to fund scientific research on a natural product clearly demonstrates a lack of knowledge in the process. I am one person that happened to come up with something that CANNOT be patented. Why would I spend in excess of 100k that I do not have to please some non-believers. The knowledge is there - you want it take it, you don't then don't.

    This product has potentially saved the life of at least one dog that has severe reactions to anaesthesia and yet the doctor STILL insisted the lump was cut out under the knife. If you can't see the important for this knowledge to be shared then I don't know what to say to you.

    As far as me trying to make money off you for a product I openly share the recipe for and sell for a mere 30 bucks for your convenienceā€¦ get serious. I would have to be the worst business person in the country.

    Believe it or not, not everyone is trying to rip you off and not everyone is motivated by money.

    And yes I do not participate much in forumsā€¦ I guess I don't fit in as I have no interest in debating which bag of dry food is better than another. ALL my knowledge has gone into how I look after Augustine and to share that knowledge I turned that into profits. Sure I need to make a living like everyone else but why is it ok for you to go to the vet like I did and pay $800 for cyst removal and thank them, and not appreciate me for giving you an option you could make at home for a few bucks instead. It is easier to fool someone than to convince them they have been fooled.

    If you wish to know motivates me here is a start:

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    Can't find the study at UCLA.

    You don't need heaps of money to do your own study. All you need to do is get your "Testimonial" contributers to submit their info in a more structured way - along with any vet info you can get... the more you get, the more reliable the info is.

    A couple of testimonials - you can't establish anything more than coincidence for that.
    There should be some cases for which it doesn't work... eg tendon bruises.

    And there should be some cases where it should not be used.

    And if you collect the data - you will have more of an idea of what it does work on - eg infected wounds than what it doesn't eg warts.

    I find it as frustrating as you do - that you don't seem to read our posts and then complain we haven't read yours or followed the links.

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    Here is the recipe and link to video - just in case anyone wants to try it.

    Dog vs Lump 2 HD (how to destroy cysts & tumours, histiocytoma) - YouTube

    Dog vs Lump 2 HD (how to destroy cysts and tumours, histiocytoma)

    Tumeric Powder - 1 part (eg 10gm)
    lechtin powder - 1 part(eg 10gm)
    virgin cold-pressed coconut oil - 1.5 parts(eg 15gm)
    all organic ingredients (if you can get them)

    mix the powders together then add the oil
    use a weighing scale that you can zero out between ingredients.

    mix to a paste - consistency of peanut paste

    put into a glass jar with a screw top lid

    Does not need to be refrigerated?

    Some info on "fatty lumps and histiocytoma"
    Lumps and bumps on your pet's skin | Vetwest Animal Hospitals

    Histiocytoma are red button like lumps that are usually found on young pets. They usually go away as rapidly as they appeared.

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    Here is a wholistic vet Dr Becker video on Turmeric.
    Dr. Karen Becker Discusses Turmeric - YouTube

    she thinks we should sprinkle a bit on our dog's food daily (and our own).

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