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Cansema, both the topical salve version and the internal varieties, are based on a branch of herbal medicine called "escharotics." From its earliest days of use in the 19th century, experienced practitioners have known that its uses extended to animals and not just humans. Harry Hoxsey claimed that in the 1920's, when his grandfather gave him the basic formulary knowledge, that its properties were discovered when sick horses were observed chewing on select herbs in the field... suggesting that they instinctly knew which herbs to choose to ensure their own recovery.
Whether there's any truth to this story, it at least makes clear that early users themselves knew its benefit to animals. So, it is no surprise that we frequently get comments from our customers about its benefits in treating pets, livestock, horses, and other animals which regularly present challenges to the veterinary community. Below, we have reprinted some of their comments.
Case #090203v: Cansema Salve / Capsules
and Felice Squamous Cell Carcinoma
[Editor's Note: This testimonial came with a pictorial history -- so the entire testimonial letter, along with both thumbnail and enlarged photos, has its own page. Below, we have taken excerpts from the letter involving the use of Alpha Omega products as used in this case. However, if you are interested in "Elmo's" recovery, we really do recommend that you read the entire text.]
When Elmo, our 14 year old cat, was diagnosed with squamous cell cancer on his face our vets suggested black salve. The type they sold was $300.00 They are very kind and said if I can find it somewhere else to do so. Your site with the pictures of other pet owners was very helpful. I gave me confidence that if Cansema helped other animals it would work on Elmo too. I feel it is my obligation to share Elmo's story and subsequent victory with others.
The Cansema was applied topically in December and the cancer within 10 days decavitated and came out. The picture attached shows the cancer next to a dime. I thought all was well.
In June of this year the cancer returned or more likely we never really got to the root of it. I applied the Cansema topically 2 more times. Each time more cancer was removed in different areas on his face. We did not realize there was more than one tumor. The last decavitation was spreading down his nose and across his face yet still when this huge escar came off the main tumor was still bloody and red beneath. We knew even though the tumor was still intact it was severely reduced in depth simply because when Elmo touched it the bleeding could be easily stopped. Conversely before the Cansema was applied topically the tumor bled profusely. One time it necessitated going through a bag of cotton balls and handfuls of paper towels even a dish rag was soaked in blood. We wondered if Elmo could bleed to death from a skin cancer.
We decided after this last application that we would wait and receive the capsules you recommended and watch it closely and allow Elmo's foot to heal from the application of the pain patches. Each time before we applied the Cansema salve our vets put a duragesic patch on his leg.The pain patch is taped on after he was shaved. I waited 24 hours to apply the salve giving the pain patch an opportunity to release pain meds in Elmo's system. We also supported him with Noni Juice, Liquid Minerals and Colostrum and a patented product that releases oxygen from his body's water called Oxygen Elements www.oxygendrops.com Clinical studies of the Oxygen Elements showed patients who had chemotherapy and radiation didn't get nauseous and lose weight while using this product. These products aided Elmo to keep his appetite and kept his weight at a good level. They allowed the immune system to be strong and allow the herbs in the Cansema capsules to go to work ...
We gave Elmo 1/3 capsule of the Cansema in his food and quickly worked up to 1/3 capsule twice a day. As you can see from this picture, taken August 27, Elmo's cancer is gone. This happened differently then the decavitation. The tumor got drier and smaller and receded and fell off. There was no decavitation, no hole as when the salve was applied.
I welcome you using this information to help other pet owners. I without reservation recommend the use of Cansema topically and internally. Make sure you have a vet who will work with you to aid in pain relief. It may also necessitate a tranquilizer. We gave Elmo one tranquilizer about 10 hours before application on the second application simply because if he even brushed the Elizabethan Collar with his tumor he would knock off the ointment and start it bleeding. The tranquilizer allowed us the 24 hours that were crucial to get the Cansema applied topically and to start the isolation of the cancer and beginning of the decavitation process. I can't stress enough the Cansema salve is painful and you must work with a vet. Our vets would apply the pain patch and I would apply the Cansema as I said 24 hours later at home.
You may use my name and e-mail and I will be glad to talk to others and give them the benefit of my experience ...
Thank You from Elmo and me.
Corona, California (USA)
Submitted via email: Sept. 2, 2003
Submitted via email 6/19/03
I did this for several days and the condition has cleared up beautifully. A few gallons of water in the tub and a big bowl to pour the water over him for about tem minutes each day did the trick.
Submitted via email 12/29/02
and Breast Cancer ---- (feline application)
Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. Thanks for this wonderful product and all your support!
Latest Post: (Made to FelineCancer-Holistic@yahoogroups.com ---- Hi all, PuttPutt's lumps were all completely under the skin. At first I was pretty scared to use the salve on breast cancer, because the website mentions there could be intense pain and I know cats can't have most OTC pain relievers. The first time I used it, I dabbed just a little bit on. PuttPutt wasn't too happy! It really smells kind of harsh. I didn't shave her or anything, so I really had to rub it onto her through her fur. She didn't try to lick it off at that point and she didn't seem to be in any pain.
The next day I checked the lump and there was no change. The information that came with it said that it could take a few applications to work for tumors under the skin, so I applied a bit more this time. I think PuttPutt could feel it this time. For about an hour she sat under the dining room table on all fours, not letting her belly touch the floor. She just looked uncomfortable.
Later that evening she still seemed a little uncomfortable, but she was laying down on her belly and I got her purring.
The next day she seemed back to herself and I could feel a sort of scab on the lump. I let it go after that because the instructions said once it starts to work, let it go and the body will take care of the rest. The scab grew a bit larger after a few days. After about a month, the "scab" fell off completely and the lump was gone. During this time I was applying homeopathic Hypercal cream to the scab every day. This is the most amazing healing cream I've ever used. Takes away pain and itch and heals without scarring. (Editor: Neither Hypercal nor the homeopathics mentioned are products carried by Alpha Omega Labs.)
Unfortunately PuttPutt got two more lumps and her lymph node tumor was getting bigger. I applied the salve again. It didn't appear to have an effect this time after 2-3 applications. PuttPutt didn't seem to be in any pain this time, but was trying to lick it off. I think the taste must be really bad, because the look on her face when she tries to lick it is not happy! She does manage to lick some off (hasn't gotten sick or anything from it), but I think the bad taste deters her from licking it all off. My homeopath thinks that the homeopathy (liquid remedy and Hypercal cream) is helping to manage the pain.
After about a month of applying the salve once a week, I am starting to feel scabs develop over the lumps. I can only hope they are dissolving in the same way that the last one did. I've also been applying a very small amount over the area where her lymph node is. This is perhaps the most amazing part of it all. The tumor has grown, but is now much softer. When we first found it, it was a hard little pea. Now it's about the size of two grapes and is mushy. It's also moving towards the skin. There is a scab on the nipple above this lymph node. I believe the tumor is draining out through the nipple. I can't explain why, but this is what I think is happening. Perhaps I'm just in denial. In the last two weeks the tumor has started to shrink. I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
Whew! I know this is a long one, but I just hope it will help someone help their kitty. Thanks for this forum to discuss all this!
Crystal DiPietro and PuttPutt
Email addy deleted (permission not obtained)
Submitted via email 9/20/2002
and Cutaneous Fibro Sarcoma ---- (donkey)
The rest is history, as they say.
You can read the day to day details of Sassie's remarkable and miraculous triumph (including pictures) over this aggressive beast using the Cansema Black Salve Veterinary Formula on our web page, DiamondJDonkeys.com.
WARNING: Some of the pictures are graphic and are not for the weak of stomach. Please feel free to contact us for more details. We would like to spread the reality of recovery to others that may have lost hope. Thanks for a wonderful product that works EXACTLY as advertised.
Have a great donkey day.....Sassie is!!
Diamond Jims Long Ears Acres
P.O. Box 81, Youngstown, Fl 32466
Fax: (850) 722-8416
Rec'd via email on 9/19/2002
for Cats, Dogs & Horses & Undiagnosed Cancer Tumor
He tore off his bandage and licked the wound clean, so I had to re-apply, but the results were PHENOMENAL! The decavitation process is underway and I can see the pink, healthy tissue growing back everyday.
I am ecstatic that Cansema Salve helped my dog in such a natural, painless manner.
H. Kim (California, USA)
Submitted via Email
August 12, 2002
"Bring her back when its time to put her to sleep."
We joined the Feline Cancer, and HolistiCat lists. Right away we were told about Feldine (Piroxicam), the human arthritis drug that shrinks some tumors.
We were given a number, and our vet called it to consult with Dr Haddad, a cancer researcher at the University of Illinois. She had never tried this drug on this kind of cancer, but she said go ahead and try.
In 60 days the tumor shrank 20%. A lower tooth that had been poking into the tumor above no longer reached, or poked into the tumor! After that the nasty red hole healed. During all this time, we tried several modalities. But none did as much as the Piroxicam did for Blondie. But the tumor remained stagnant for years.
Then we were told about Cansema Tonic III from Alpha Omega Labs. We tried that for months and nothing happened. We were told to up the dose, so we did. Again nothing.
They (Alpha Omega Labs) sent us a free bottle of Cansema capsules, and told us to give her 1/10th of a capsule a day. The mixture of herbs contains some that are listed by the NCI as having anti-tumor properties.
In 45 days the tumor changed from bright pink to off white. The AO Labs folks said, "It is indicative that enough of the active compounds have reached the site to initiate the escharotic process."
List member M. Jones, who used Cansema Salve to cure her cat's breast cancer, confirmed this, about the change of color and how the herbs work.
So we believe we will also get a cure soon.
The mixture of Cansema and cod liver oil is squirted to the back of Blondie's mouth so she doesn't get any on her tongue. So the change in color is not related to the herbs touching the tumor itself. The herbal compounds are going through the body and going where they need to go!
Herbs are wonderful.
In my years of trying various herbs on myself, my spouse, my child, and cats they seem to "know what you need, and where to go."
So after the better part of a lifetime using herbs, and a nearly 3 year cancer fight the action we are seeing on Blondie's tumor is familiar to me. This is how I KNOW these herbs are effective.
Now I have started a webpage with anecdotal data on various cancers and what holistic modalities seem to be effective. I'm also posting information on sources of some of the cancer treatments. There is also a statement about Piroxicam by Dr. Hahn that you can copy and show your vet if they are not familiar with it. Plus contact information on Dr. Hahn so your vet can consult with this fine veterinary oncologist.
There is also some information on Alpha Omega Labs' Cansema capsules that we are using. I STRONGLY suggest you look this over.
Good luck to us all!
Jim and Dena
Submitted via Email
June 5, 2002
Advanced (Terminal) Squamous Cell Oral Cancer
(Click pictures above to enlarge images)
When my dog was diagnosed, (Feb 22, 2002) we were told he had a very large and bone invasive squamous cell cancer in his left upper rear jaw. It was the size of three average walnuts and bone invasive. The recommendation was to remove 30-50% of his upper jaw, the left rof vault and his healthy left eye, as "the radiation will probably give him a cataract or even cause the eye to shrivel". All of this would give him a few months, maybe a year at a cost of about $10,000.
Without treatment he had a few days to weeks to live. I wish I was exaggerating. He is a 6 year old Nova Scotia Duck Toller and a wonderful dog. He didn't look sick, and we thought we were going in for a tooth abcess. All pet lovers will be able to relate to the shock and grief that engulfed us! I couldn't do what the allopathic vets recommended. If he had only a short while, I wasn't going to make him spend it recovering from painful surgery to remove half of his head. I began my research and also consulted with Jim. The report on the testimonial page of the tongue cancer [ Kent Estes ] gave me courage. I decided I didn't have much to lose.
It is now June 3, 2002, and I am going to send photos of the before and after, to this point. I also supplemented his treatment with vitamins and herbs to enhance his immune system. I also took him for acupuncture twice and continue to do the acupressure treatments. The initial topical treatment was difficult because of the location. However I began to get results with persistence. It was painful for him, and I added aspirin at our vet's recommendation, and eventually added a Cox 2 Inhibiter as I found info that spoke of its cancer inhibiting qualities. This helped with the pain, and the trust he has for me did too, but he never liked the treatments. Yet he tolerated them.
After several treatments I noticed a place that was indented on the bottom of the tumor. Again with persistence a cavity formed where the tooth had been removed, then the treatment took a leap forward! Now I had a surface! The removal leaped forward at that point. Today I am happy to report that the tumor is about 85-90% gone. I can see the remaining cells and a place in the gum. The slabs of necrotized tissue that came out sometimes astonished me.
It has been about 3 weeks since the leap forward. He isn't quite done yet, but it is clear that he isn't dying. After a treatment he is a little sleepy the next day, and then back to his usual happy self. His stamina is down a little, but he is healing a major cancer. His coat is shiny and he is playful and as fast and happy chasing a squirrel as he was as a pup. He is long past his predicted life span with the tumor, and if quality of life is the criteria as my vets say.
I am very happy to report that we are on the home stretch. I am giving him a rest between treatments because we are into mostly healthy tissue and it does hurt when I apply the salve. I am certain that I will be writing soon to tell you it is gone. I am also reordering some supplies of the healing ointments. I think I will try the Deep Tissue for this last part. Your note about this new product for vet use and "that it shouldn't be that difficult" hit home. Thanks for being there.
Name Withheld by Request
Submitted via email
June 4, 2002
Non-Specific Cancer Tumors
The salve was applied around the area where the tumor had been removed, about the diameter of a quarter... trying to catch the perimeter of cells that were left behind. The site opened up within a week, drained, and literally peeled off flesh down to the bone. The process was very scary. Cleo went about 2 1/2 weeks not willing to eat or drink anything... I used a turkey baster to force Pedialyte into her and spoon-fed her scrambled eggs, pureed chicken soup, etc., laced with vitamins and minerals to keep her strength up. When she snapped out of it and decided to eat on her own one night, we were delighted. From then on, she was back to her old self... eating, drinking, playing a little, and acting normal for a 6-yr.-old Miniature Pinscher. After a few more months of acupuncture, physical therapy in the pool, and massage, she is using the leg... running, playing with a puppy we got to keep her moving, and hardly limps. There is visible damage to the leg, due to the muscle and tendon that was distroyed during the treatment, but she has feeling in the foot, just no control of the foot.
During the treatment, her skin broke out from the site, up her shoulder, across her ribs, and down her back leg... as if following the meridian for specific organs... or following the affected nerve. It wasn't until 2/3 of the way through the treatment that I discovered the AO website and Cansema product, but I am sure the product I used was very similar. (Editor: From its description, it appears to have been HerbVeil 8 - an earlier incarnation of Cansema). When I discovered AO, I ordered some Tonic and she has received a 1/2-dropperful every day since. She doesn't like the taste, but I think she knows it's a neccessary inconvenience. Her fur is shiny and healthy looking... her attitude is positive and playful... and she gives the puppy a run for his money.
Thank you for providing these wonderful products and having such a comprehensive website to explain every aspect of them. My vet has even looked into your website for other clients with cancer-afflicted pets.
Tempe, AZ (USA)
October 12, 2001
12-Year Old Dog / Mast Cell Tumor
My dog is acting normal. His vet is amazed because of how nasty the site is. There seems to be no pain, we can still change his bandage with no resistance whatsoever. We now have much more drainage then ever before. He may be sleeping a little more but other than that he is eating well and is playful, although not as playful as usual...
But, yeah, the tumor is gone.
Via email: July 22, 2001
Editor's Note: We have edited comments with Kelly in this email thread. We are still dealing with some blood loss, due to the nature of the decavitation. But the point is: this tumor, a potentially nasty growth, is gone for good.
"Incurable" Feline Fibro Sarcoma
I cannot thank you enough for your advice concerning my cat and his diagnosed fibro sarcoma. We completed the month-long treatments one week ago. Today I took Spitz to the vet. He was amazed that there is no longer any sign of the tumor, and kept saying, "I am so glad you brought Spitz in for me to examine. If you had just told me that the tumor was gone, I never would have believed you."
Spitz did not care at all for the taste of the Cansema Tonic III, and he learned to avoid me each morning and evening around treatment time. However, he was never sick, never seemed to lack energy (in fact, he acts more like a kitten now), and just didn't seem to have any negative effects from the treatments...
Again, thank you.
Via Email, 7/21/2001
Editor's Note: Spitz didn't just have fibro sarcoma. He had a recommendation from the vet to promptly remove his leg. Cansema products just don't save lives (human and animal); they also prevent unnecessary amputations. Read the complete "Spitz" email thread.
Upper Respiratory Viral Infection / Cancer
I am Arlo, using Jeannie's computer. Our questions are, what element of the (Cansema) black salve makes it unsafe to put in the mouth? The reason I ask is Jeannie's quarter horse mare has been plagued with a persistant cough. Her Vet said she had a viral infection in the breathing tube and we would soon have to put her to sleep. The Vet gave her a steroid shot which was supposed to clear up the problem for about one month, but the shot didn't help for even one day. In desperation I smeared some of the black salve on her tongue and she never coughed again for more than a year.
A couple of weeks ago she began coughing again so I used the black salve again and the next morning the horse was just fine. I can't see where the black salve hurt her at all, but I have been very cautious with using it. There is no apparent damage to the mucous membranes. I was wondering what might happen if the salve were made without the "dangerous" part? or maybe you have a better suggestion. It would next to impossible to give this horse a capsule or a liquid that she didn't approve of.
After being poisoned with the drinking water here in Yerington, fifteen cancerous moles appeared on my head and neck. Your Black Salve safely removed them all without any pain. As a precaution I am on my second bottle of the (Cansema) Tonic III, and I believe all my cancer problems are just about finished. Incidentaly, we believe the horse was infected from drinking the same water.
Please answer if you have any suggestions and thank you very much. It is very worthwhile work that you are doing.
Sent via email
June 1, 2001
(Customer Service Response: > It's embarrassing to have to say this... but our admonition to keep Cansema Salve away from mucous membrane is more driven by our concern for lawsuits than anything else. There is plenty of evidence on the Alpha Omega web site that many have used Cansema successfully in oral applications (see the Ken Estes case at altcancer.net/estes.htm). Admittedly, this approach, especially when dealing with human cases, SHOULD be done with the oversight of an administering health care professional. But there are many cases where this simply wasn't possible, and there was no other viable alternative in sight when faced with an advanced Stage IV situation.
That your horses are getting better with your applying Cansema orally does not surprise me. Although don't expect to hear the same answer from me if I find out you're friends with an animal psychic and an attorney who represents horses. (You'll laugh, of course -- but, trust me, we're headed there!)
You mention "the dangerous part." There isn't one. There is nothing we could take out of Cansema that would not reduce it's effectiveness. What is dangerous is using Cansema in the mouth -- without at least the availability of good analgesics, without a knowledgeable doctor, and with a user that is frightened and doesn't understand what is happening to them -- (the last applying more to humans). When you consider this possibility, you annunciate the shamefulness of an orthodox medical system that refuses to recognize or incorporate the sound, proven benefits of escharotics after 120 years of successful use in both humans and animals.
I have had numerous bunny rabbits die of cancer, over the years. Mostly it has been internal cancer that I would find out about through an autopsy, after their death. Recently though I had a rabbit that had a huge, 2" x 3" external cancer. She had it for about 11/2 years, but was beginning to fail in health. It smelled so bad the whole area reeked. It was soft and gooey on the surface, exuding a foul smelling liquid. I found out about the Cansema salve and began applying it.
Immediately it began to dry up forming a black scab that loosened around the edges and I removed. I had to apply the salve a couple of times to stubborn parts. Before the scab completely came off, the bunny died. An autopsy revealed that the external cancer was dead, but her whole insides were filled with cancer tumors. Another bunny had also developed the same type of external cancer. Her cancer was only about the size of a large walnut when I started treating it. This time I got the Tonic and used both the salve and the Tonic. Since the Tonic I had alcohol, which bunnies cannot metabolize, I flamed off the alcohol and then reconstituted it with sterile water. I gave her between a 1/4 and 1/2 teaspoon twice a day for a month while I treated and removed the external cancer scab. The Tonic obviously made her not feel well for a few hours after she got it, but about the 3rd week, I noticed that it didn't seem to bother her very much when she got it. She began to fill out again and became her perky little self. She had eaten huge quantities of food when she had the cancer, but became thinner and thinner. Now she is fat and sassy and the skin and even hair has grown back so well that no one would be able to tell where the cancer had been. I am sure the cancer had metastasized, and without the Tonic, she would have met the same fate as the other bunny.
I have many bunnies, every one a dear and much loved friend. My bunny medicine cabinet will never be without Cansema, it is a life saver.
June 13, 2001
Sent via email
One of my best friends bought a horse not knowing that the small sore on the left eye was cancerous. In a short while the cancer measured about an inch in every direction. His Vet froze the cancer, but instead of falling off it just got bigger to the point where the eyeball was becoming misshapen. My friend used some of the black salve but nothing happened. The horse was being kept in an iron corral and had evidently rubbed the eye on one of the iron bars. His owner was finally persuaded to give the black salve another try and this time we cross tied the horse so he couldn't get near the iron fence. In about a week the cancer fell off the eye leaving only a small scar. I didn't see the horse for another year but the cancer never returned, and the eye regained its normal shape. Thanks again, and keep up the good work.
Sent via email
June 3, 2001
Thank you so much for making your wonderful products available world wide!
In April of '98, a friend gave me some Cansema ... to remove some sarcoids on two of my horses. One on the nostril of one horse, and two on the under side of the barrel on the other horse. The nostril sarcoid was gone in three days, and the two barrel sarcoids were gone in ten days. A year later the horse with the barrel sarcoids developed yet another lesion on the opposite side of his mid line, and again treated with the Cansema it was totally gone in a week.
I have also used your Cansema product to soak my horses with hoof abcesses, and to treat infected wounds. It really helps to draw out all the infection and helps both to heal amazingly fast. I also use it as an infection preventative "soak" on fresh wounds.
If you have a suggestion of another one of your products that may serve even better for wounds, especially deep wounds please do advise.
Again... may God bless you for providing such a remarkable product!
(P.S.) - I personally know many horse owners who won't be without Cansema in their barns. It's used for anything from bruised soles to barbed wire cuts with amazing results. I also know two vets that use it, and recommend it to their clients on a regular basis.
July 15, 2000
After my last report on using Cansema on the dogs, I began to systematically try it on the lumps and growths that the older dogs had for up to 5 years or more.
I was amazed to find that most of them responded to the Cansema and were completely or partially removed in days. In many cases I found a growth was actually a series of growths from the same attachment point and the Cansema would remove those that it was applied on and leave underlying ones for a subsequent treatment. I have delayed the second treatment until the first was completely healed and the nearby skin healed and normalized.
In one case a ten year old dog had a small wartlike growth about 1 x 2 cm. The skin around it was completely normal in appearance and to the touch. I applied the Cansema and covered it. The next day I noticed the bandage oozing and checked it. The growth was in the center of a 4-5 cm circle that a few days later came off like it had been cut with a cookie cutter, at least 3 cm. deep! There was a lot of oozing for a week, but no bleeding, and two weeks later only a red patch remained on apparently even skin. I had no idea that this dog had any real problems and never dreamed the small growth -- typical of older dogs of this hairless breed -- was anything other than a skin tag.
In the past years several dogs have had a fungus-like skin condition that was almost impossible to cure and hard to even control. It would leave the skin changed and often have angry red raised welts along the growing edge. I could stop the spread with gentian violet, which I used for years to get rid of normal fungus growths, but this stuff was impossible. I wonder if it is perhaps related to the "flesh eating bacteria" we hear about.
I tried the Cansema on the edges and the worst spots reacted to it and went through the process described in your literature, but just affected the top layers of skin. The pink spots left are similar to those from the deeper type of tumors, and slow to return to normal color. My oldest dog, a lighter skinned Chinese created in 1985 when they were going to put her down because they could not cure her ear and skin fungus, also had a soft large growth on one leg. The Cansema has taken off sections of it but I found the area around the growth almost all reacted to the Cansema, forming dark scabs in a swirling pattern, with some places forming the typical round scab shown in your literature. The thing is that before treatment there was no indication that those places were any different from the rest, when the scabs came off, there would be a light patch where the round scabs were, healing typically, but where the swirled scabbing was, the skin returned to normal -- and I had never seen normal skin on this dog for the 15 years I have owned her. It was always red, flaky, moist, and sensitive, and I washed my hands carefully after I handled her. She did feel some pain the first two days after I applied the Cansema, but this dog has been in such discomfort most of her life from her skin that she actually seems to want me to work on her. I give her a child's dose of benedryl syrup and it helps the dog relax and feel less pain. I have used the remainder of the Cansema doing an inch of her skin at a time since at least half her body is of the skin condition that is returning to normal with the use of the Cansema. I have also used the Cansema on patches of skin that appear slightly rougher than the rest, and found that tiny spots scab up with a thin scab and points here and there produce a lot of pus. This is so subtle that one has to look closely to know it is going on and the pus rarely breaks through the scab unless you crack it. I think it is a very minor level of whatever it is.
So I have at least 6 dogs that have lost tumors and the one that is likely to have her life extended by years, and it is nice to see the ugly growths gone and the dogs looking healthier. All these dogs are over ten and a vet would not treat them because they would fear that the dog would not survive the anesthetic.
I now understand that there is so much more to be done, and that I should use Cansema on suspicious spots on all dogs from now on ...
Well, thank you for your time and your product, and feel free to use any of my statements in your literature, or direct others with sick dogs to my email address.
Email, Sat., 19 Jun 1999
My 12 year old male cat had a large malignant mast cell tumor on his side... At your direction, I gave him the Cansema tonic, instead of the capsules, every time he ate by putting 12 to 15 drops in his food three to four times a day. (He weighs 20 lbs.) When I fed him raw food that I couldn't easily mix into it, I put the tonic in a capsule and gave him that.
The largest tumor was as big as my thumb, and the 4 smaller ones were pea sized. At first the smaller ones simply dried up, and three of them disappeared. The fourth, also dried up, but was pushed out of his body. I wasgoing to put drops of the tonic directly on it, but it was unnecessary. It simply dropped off as a scab. The large one melted away into nothing and disappeared. The time from start to finish was about three weeks, but 3 of the tumors disappeared in two weeks. I only used about an ounce and a half of tonic, for a total product cost of about $6 (USD). I'm not keeping him on it and mixing it in with all of his meals.
Thank you so much for your incredible product.
It saved my cat's life.
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Letter dated February 26, 1999