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Old 10-13-2010, 08:33 PM
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Default Bloodroot & Milk Thistle Tincture for my pooch!

Pippa still has swollen lymphnodes, she is on the MMS treatment and is a really good patient, I apply the drops via a dropper. So far her left front lymphnode has shrunk, but the right sided one is still large and a cause for concern.
I have read an article saying good things about Bloodroot and I am seeking others opinions on this, also Milk Thistle.
Its a matter of urgency and I would be truly greatful for ANY help offered.

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Pippa still has swollen lymphnodes, she is on the MMS treatment and is a really good patient, I apply the drops via a dropper. So far her left front lymphnode has shrunk, but the right sided one is still large and a cause for concern.
I have read an article saying good things about Bloodroot and I am seeking others opinions on this, also Milk Thistle.
Its a matter of urgency and I would be truly greatful for ANY help offered.
Revzen, I'm sorry to hear that your girl Pippa is going through such serious health issues. I commend you for taking such good care of her, and seeking alternative answers to help her. Many years ago I lost a pet to lymphosarcoma, and it was a very sad time.

My dog now is on prescription medications for epilepsy, and I do give her milk thistle for liver support. Here's a site that might give more info about this herb for dogs. Best wishes and hugs for Pippa.

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I would add cleavers to the mix.. some lymphatic drainage capsules have it in it.. but cleavers is likely the best ingredient.. put it in capsules and send it down her throat or make a strong tea and mix it with beef broth so she will drink it. Try to make an ammount that she will drink totally

http://www.altnature.com/gallery/cleavers.htm
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kind2creatures & Arrowwind09,

thanks for the info, truly is appreciated. Pippa takes her MMS in a dropper so she'll take the Cleavers with no worries, as a back up I can always use capsules but don't think I'll need to.

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Pippa has had a really good day, which I wanted to share! However the really exciting new is the reduced size of her left lymphnode, really has reduced! Also the right lymphnode whilst still large has also reduced in size! Pippa has been more settled too, and her bouts of panting have stopped today. As I write this she is sleeping in her basket, but later on she'll join me and my wife and sleep at the bottom of our bed.
I have ordered the cleavers and milk thistle, and they should be here on saturday. I also have a circle of friends who are sending Pippa absent healing, and they get regular updates. So I'm trying to cover all bases!
Plus the advice I receive here is well appreciated, and adds to what I can do for Pippa.
A BIG THANKS TO YOU BOTH - Arrowwind09 & kind2creatures

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