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December 3, 2017

Pet Health

The Optimal Health Network's resource on pet health is still being developed. If you have stories of using enemas, suppositories, or essential oils with your pets to improve their health, we would love to hear from you.

Here are a few thoughts to start with:
  • In speaking with a holistic veterinary clinic, I found out that a common treatment for dogs who have cancer is to use frankincense enemas.
  • Diffusing lavender promotes a relaxed and peaceful attitude in pets.
  • One of the simplest cancer-deterring supplements you can add to your dog’s food is coconut oil. Use 1 teaspoon of coconut oil per 10 pounds of body weight per day in divided doses. That's 1 tablespoon (3 teaspoons) for a 30-pound dog and 2 tablespoons for a 60-pound dog. The medium-chain fatty acids in coconut oil help treat or prevent many kinds of illnesses and they have significant anti-tumor properties. Giving your dog coconut oil every day is inexpensive health insurance.
  • Feed your pet raw food, especially meat.
  • Dogs need real bones.
  • Some enemas are not safe for cats. Unsafe enemas are those containing phosphate (for example, some Fleet enemas). Cats absorb sodium and phosphate molecules from these enemas into their blood and tissues, becoming hypertonic. As a cat's body seeks to dilute the area and correct the hypertonicity, it pulls water from the tissues, including from the brain and muscles. The result is a potentially fatal hypertonicity electrolyte imbalance.
  • Use suppositories with your pets before you use enemas.
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