Saturday, April 19, 2008

Dixie's Giant Baseball Lump!

Dr. Pink Pinkerton (that handsome fellow on the header of the blog, and herbalist extraordinaries) received a chat on line from Jan, Dixie's person.

She was asking if our formula Dissolve All Over would help with a softball size Lipoma that Dixie had and which was located on her hind quarter.

That's a pretty big Lipoma. Of course you never know in a situation like this, but in my opinion I would of tried anything. Surgery should be the last resort. Because the key with this type of thing is to get to the "root" and to try to stop what is causing it to form.

Lipomas are an inflammation, plain and simple. Surgery can't cut out a system problem such as this.

Anyway, the good news is that Dixie feels better!

From: JAN
Date: 4/15/2008 6:46:36 AM
Subject: YOU ARE THE BEST!!!!!


I spoke to you about a week ago about our 10 year old sheltie, Dixie. She is improving daily on your herbs. We know that it is early to tell, but both Jim and I have massaged the lipoma and it is much less tight and hot.

We made capsules out of the herbs and it makes it easier to give to her with cheese. We are so delighted and so HOPEFUL. She is better than she has been for six months. YOU ARE THE BEST!!! Wish you lived here.

You talked with Jim the other day and are fixing up some herbs for him.

I am currently on Amlodipine/Benazepril 10/20 mgs daily for high blood pressure and Estradiol 1 mg daily. Any suggestions for me. If I were to switch to herbs, how do I go about it?

Both Jim and I are body builders and are not overweight and try to eat sensibly.

You are wonderful. Thank you for your help.
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