Cancer Mast-Cell Support
Mast cells are cells that normally occur in the skin and other tissues. They are part of the immune system defence mechanism of the body. Toxic to foreign invaders, such as parasites, and are released when the mast cell is triggered by the immune system. A mast cell tumour is formed from these mast cells. A generalised breakdown of metabolic and immune systems and the bodily processes involved in cell health maintenance, obviously underlies the development of all cancers in general terms. Because of the histamine, heparin, and enzymes present in mast cell tumours, they can create problems when damaged or removed. Large amounts of these substances can be released into the body and have significant effects on heart rate, blood pressure, and other body functions. Sites where the tumours are removed can sometimes refuse to heal and can become difficult to manage. The Mast Cell Cancer Support includes: Bladderack, Elecampane, Dandelion, Golden Seal, Parsley, Rosehips, Violet Leaves, Worm Wood and Albizia along with appropriate Bach Flower Remedies. This mix is given in conjunction with my Super Antioxidant derived from the Maritime Pine and together they have the potential to slow down and reverse the development of Mast Cell Cancer bringing it into remission. This Cancer Support mix can be used in conjunction with other alternative medicines also and somtimes with orthodox treatments like Radiation and Chemotherapy. The important distinction between my herbal treatment and orthodox medicine is that here I am aiming to reverse the underlying processes which allowed the cancer to develop in the first place. This is distinct from the aim of removing, or otherwise destroying cancerous cells directly once the process of cancer has begun.
5 to 10 drops for Tiny and Small Breeds; 10 to 20 drops for Medium and Large breeds
For Animal Oral Use Only
McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose you or your companions disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.