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Italian Greyhound - Healing Clay Poultice Treatments

Non-malignant Melanoma Skin Growths & Healing Clay

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Synopsis: We report the results of treating an Italian Greyhound dog with healing clay poultices. The skin growth was first characterized as a black bump that was excised by a vet, and hence returned. The spot was described as a penny in diameter, and two pennies thick.

 

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Archive: Benign Melanoma Skin Growth Treated with Healing Clay

Date: May 13, 2003
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Hello.

Thank you for the excellent informative web site. I have a nine year old Italian Greyhound neutered male dog that is very dear to me. Two years ago in July he began evidencing black skin bumps.

They were excised then, July 2001 and another three were excised in late December 2002. The histology report was melamoma-benign as they say they rarely metastasize in dogs when located in the skin. Since December the site of the ugliest location began to be a black spot about a penny size in diameter.

Two weeks ago he was given his rabies and parvo etc booster (first time in several years he had the booster) and also began the heart worm preventative, heart guard, after several months off of it. A week later the black spot became a black bump that is raised about 2 pennies thickness. The vet wants to treat it with surgery once again. Its still the same size.

A good friend says she has treated her dog successfully by the advice of a curandera with toothpaste mixed with baking soda. This made me think of clay and my wife found your web site. We live in Albuquerque and would really appreciate your advice in treating Bryan with clay.

Thank you very much.

Green healing clay, bentonite, Fuller's Earth, Montmorillonite

Date: June 8, 2003
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Long term treatment using clay poultices on skin growths may be successful. We've had mixed results, and have not been able to identify why in some cases the clay works, and why in others it does not. However, there is nothing to lose. You may wish to research giving your Greyhound clay internally as well.

You may wish to test two kinds of clay: Bentonite and Illite. Apply a pack that is 1/4 - 1/2 inch thick at the site. Secure a bandage, and change when needed. Often times, with constant clay therapy, the dressing would need to be changed two to three times daily.

Results should become apparent within 72 hours; careful examination should reveal changes in the lesions. If changes are noticed, it would be advisable to continue the treatment daily.

Best Regards,

Eytons' Earth

Note: Always consult a licensed physician in matters regarding health. This information may not be construed as medical advice, as it is only research information shared, based on lawful personal research.

Green healing clay, bentonite, Fuller's Earth, Montmorillonite

Date: June 21, 2003
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We did clay on Bry for the last few days and the ugly bump has shrunk from bigger than a nickel to smaller than a lentil.

There is still some black tissue adjacent to the now small bump so clay will continue I'll let you know how it goes.

We have also had prayer line and reiki and maybe something else but nothing other than clay directly on the bump.

Green healing clay, bentonite, Fuller's Earth, Montmorillonite

Date: September 19, 2003
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It's been a few months since the intensive clay treatment on Bry's abdomen the ugly black bump resolved and left a flat whitish patch with a little dark skin at the edge there is no raised tissue and he seems less inclined to produce new bumps it seems a success as far as I can see.

Thanks very much.

 

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  "What is the evolutionary significance of plant toxins and animal anti-toxin behaviour? From a plant's evolutionary perspective, a seed should be high in nutrients to support germination and seedling growth; the ripe fruit around the seed should also be nutrient-rich and attractive to animals, encouraging them to pluck and eat the fruit and disperse the seed. On the other hand, the seed itself should be repulsive to animal consumers, inducing them to regurgitate or defaecate it, and the unripe fruit should be repulsive, lest animals harvest it before the seed is viable. From an animal's evolutionary perspective, an ability to defeat the plant's toxin defences would enable it to obtain the nutrients in the seed as well as those in the ripe fruit, and to outcompete other animal consumers by harvesting the fruit while it is unripe and still unpalatable to them.

"Any textbook of animal biology describes the resulting evolutionary arms race, in which plants evolve increasingly potent toxins (such as strychnine and quinine), and animals evolve increasingly potent means of detoxification. While enzymatic detoxification has previously received the most attention, the work of Gilardi et al.10 and the wide distribution of geophagy among animal herbivores suggest an additional important means of detoxification by adsorption on ingested soil minerals."

- Jared M. Diamond, Department of Physiology, University of California Medical School, Los Angeles

Read more about indigenous habits and instinctual use of edible clay minerals in our bentonite articles section.

 

Green healing clay, bentonite, Fuller's Earth, Montmorillonite

See Also:

 

General Uses of Healing Clay
Introduction to Healing Clays of the World

 

Eytons' Earth - Clay Chemistry

 


 


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