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

    Hi everyone,
    Surgery is not always practical or even an option so we hope our latest video may be of benefit.

    Please share the knowledge


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    wow

    Has that worked for just one dog - or lots? Are you collecting the data?

    How long would you try the "super heal" before deciding that it's working or not working?

    Does it always work? What if the tumor is malignant cancer?

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    Hasn't this been here before?

    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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    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.

    One report with photos that I haven't published yet… again it was a lump on the paw of a dog and it was prohibiting natural movement. The dog was too old and frail for surgery and the tumour was diagnosed by the vet as a malignant cancer. It popped in 14 days.

    I make no claims that it will work but we encourage people with no other option to try. For example in the previous video before this where we show people how to make SuperHeal at home without buying anything from us (Dog vs Lump 2 HD), the dog featured would suffer severe allergic reactions to anaesthesia yet the vet insisted to put the dog under the knife as he could see no other option.

    The recipes and instructions are on the store page (sorry don't wish to post as I do not want to be seen as trying to sell something), and they explain timelines. From what I have seen I would give it a maximum of 3-4 weeks to see results in extreme cases where the growth is the size of a baseball.

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    Di Dee

    probably variations on a theme.

    I can't figure out how the stuff works on the tumor/cyst and not the good flesh - like acid would. Tumeric is pretty special stuff - they're only just starting to figure out what it can do now (scientific studies). Eat more yellow curry?

    Cutting lumps off doesn't always work either. :S

    But I'd like to see something like
    Sample size 200 dogs
    - tried on lumps less than 1cm - 75% success... after 2 weeks
    follow up with no recurrence on the lump site after 1 month, 6 months, 1 year, 2 years etc.

    control size 100 dogs - used a placebo mix (peanut paste?) - no change after 2 weeks.

    although this is more likely to be something like
    10% lumps gone after 2 weeks - these might be bruised tendon lumps.

    Is it safe to put on a ganglion (tendon bruise)?
    Ganglion Cysts of the Wrist | Orthopaedic Trauma Institute (OTI)

    Ie a lot of lumps will heal after 2 weeks anyway.

    But do they work on embedded grass seeds? Do you need to get the lump diagnosed first before deciding if it's suitable for treatment?

    How long do we apply mix before we decide we need to try something else?

    Still got lots of questions.

    Augustine the Boxer

    - we've got new rules about Australian people advertising their products ... Morgan (site owner) wants you to "like" the dog forum facebook page (tho I can't check this, and it's not a very active page) in exchange for posting your stuff in the product section or your sig.

    This site can't vouch for the business or product - whether it's way out there with the fairies at the bottom of the garden or a solid reliable well accepted product - tho I'm likely to kill off something I think is straight out fraud (eg those metal disks that are supposed to stop fleas and ticks (danger)- even their own page doesn't claim they work reliably).

    Personally - I have no idea about this turmeric based product one way or the other. It's nice you're having the conversation tho - it helps people decide for themselves in a more informed way.

    I still kill off the foreign spammers of escorts and NY dog walkers and the like.

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    Duplicate - sorry.
    Last edited by RileyJ; 01-30-2014 at 05:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    Hasn't this been here before?
    Yes – we have seen it before and discussed it before:

    http://www.dogforum.com.au/dog-healt...s-tumours.html

    I am really uncomfortable and dislike the fact that the OP is saying that it can be used on tumours.

    Tumours – whether cancerous or benign are a very different ‘kettle of fish’ as compared to a boil, a cyst or a pimple ! Some tumours - if you wait 3 or 4 weeks to see whether this product will work – what may have been reasonably easy to treat – becomes a major drama.

    So ‘Peeps’ when you are reading this thread – make sure you do your own homework and research – BUT PLEASE – consult a vet or a doctor before you use anything like this on your pet or on yourself !

    Yes, it may be an alternative to surgery - BUT - your vet and/or doctor must know what you are using on your pet or yourself and approve of its use !

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    My posts seem to often make people uncomfortable hence why I rarely post. A few points to hopefully reassure those concerned I am being reckless...

    - My only interest is the welfare of animals. I am not here to be liked so I consider any appreciation a bonus.

    - Forums are about sharing information and as stated above everyone needs to do their own research to see if it is suitable to their situation. Please see the disclaimer below that is on our store page and note that SuperHeal is offered for sale out of convenience to everyone. Many people use our recipe that we openly share for free and make their own at home - we do not see a cent.

    - I have never encouraged anyone not to consult their vet and I promote this as something to try when surgery is not an option. Having said that, considering western medicine doctors will be lucky to get at least 1-2 days nutritional education and 0 naturopathy education, they are not qualified to discuss such a product. I spoke to numerous vets about this and I was laughed at - surgery was apparently the only option. When it comes to the health of my dogs I trust no one without doing my own research and I encourage every to do the same.

    - It is worth mentioning the foods promoted by vet clinics that we are supposed to consult with... Google the first five ingredients and and then ask them why they still recommend those foods. If they can give a valid scientific reason I will be all ears.

    - Two of the three ingredients in SuperHeal (coconut oil and turmeric) have been used traditionally for thousands of years to help aid in the healing of wounds and have powerful anti-inflammatory properties.

    - SuperHeal is something I came up with out of desperation to help one of my dogs. There are no plans to make millions of dollars from it so trialling hundreds of dogs is not an option - I can't even patent the thing. There is enough feedback to suggest it works - if you wish to try it do so, if you don't then don't.

    - You are welcome to be unhappy with me claiming it works on tumours but I only say it from what I have witnessed. 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. Just like cannabis oil where there are thousands of testimonials of people being cured of cancer, no western medicine doctor or big pharma wants to touch this because they cannot patent a natural product. For example big pharma once tried to label turmeric a drug and when the FDA said no they dropped all interest in it.

    - 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 just added lecithin which appears to enhance the anti-cancer properties of the turmeric which in turn destroys them. Do you think the doctor even responded to me?

    - Please see the irony in that we will happily go to the vet and allow our dogs to be pumped with potentially harmful drugs that we know nothing about yet we frown upon a natural food product.

    - I did not post this to advertise a business - this is a genuine attempt to share valuable information. All the info is online and anyone is welcome to look into it.

    Disclaimer
    Prevention is better than cure and diet is everything! I am not a doctor, please consult your vet before trialing any treatment. I make no claims that this will cure you or your dog in any way shape or form. It worked for us and we sincerely hope it works for you. There are many variables, and a main one being the overall health of the dog and how far the cyst or tumour has progressed.
    I am delighted to share these incredible results and I encourage you to visit your local health store to purchase these items individually and make up your own bandages. SuperHeal is available to you here purely for convenience.

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    Here is a new testimonial from a lady from New York that bought the ingredients locally and made it at home….

    IT WORKS! DO IT!!!!!

    My dog Mindy had a lump on the side of her face under her earflap the size of a marble. We had booked an appointment with the vet to have it removed surgically and then I stumbled across your Dog vs Lump videos. Your SuperHeal has saved me $400 at the vet and saved Mindy from having to go through surgery.

    The position of the lump was too difficult to keep covered with band-aids and gauze so I applied SuperHeal three times a day without covering the area. It got a little messy but that it was worth the outcome!

    In less than six days it was flat and dry and almost GONE! Mindy is now healing well.

    I cannot thank you enough for making the Dog vs Lump videos. I hope many people who have such problems with their animals will find your videos and use SuperHeal.

    Thank you for sharing your discovery, you are a true lover of people and animals. Cannot thank you enough!

    Love from Cathy and Mindy!

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    Ah yes, I remember. Banned in another forum too where all this was posted as advertising spam as the poster did not post in anyone else's threads and only posted to promote 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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