Pancreas (insulinoma), Small Intestine (adenocarcinoma), Bowel-Colon-Rectum (colorectal). Stomach/abdominal (peritoneal carcinomatosis). Naturopathics for all species and ages.
Pancreas (insulinoma), Small Intestine (adenocarcinoma), Bowel-Colon-Rectum (colorectal). Stomach/abdominal (peritoneal carcinomatosis). Naturopathics for all species and ages.
Pancreas (insulinoma), Small Intestine (adenocarcinoma), Bowel-Colon-Rectum (colorectal). Stomach/abdominal (peritoneal carcinomatosis). Naturopathics for all species and ages.
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Pancreas (insulinoma), Small Intestine (adenocarcinoma), Bowel-Colon-Rectum (colorectal). Stomach/abdominal (peritoneal carcinomatosis). Naturopathics for all species and ages.

  • Specific Immune support.
  • For all species & ages. e.g. Ferret
  • Ulcers, bleeding, diarrhea, etc.
  • Cancer is an autoimmune disorder.

Naturopathic Immune Support -Set of 6
1. CF-1 200C 50ml
2. CF-2 200C 50ml
3. Systemic Detox 50ml
4. Slippery Elm Powder 100gm
5. Immune Mix 50ml
6. Bleed -Pain- Repair  30ml

Intestinal Cancer (Adenocarcinoma)

Adenocarcinoma of the... Stomach, Small Intestine/small bowel), Pancreas or Rectum.

Adenocarcinoma is a malignant tumor that may occur in the gastrointestinal (GI) system. It can occur in any part of the GI system, including the stomach, the small and large intestine, and the rectum. This tumor is rare in cats, but when it does occur older cats are the most commonly affected.

Symptoms are most commonly related to the "gastrointestinal system" and include:

Weight loss 
Poor appetite 
Abdominal pain 
Hematemesis (vomiting of blood) 
Melena (black colored feces due to hemorrhage in the GI system)
Bright red blood in feces 
Tenesmus (difficulty with defecation)

Stomach Cancer (abdominal carcinomatosis) 
Peritoneal carcinomatosis is the most common terminal feature of abdominal cancer.  The peritoneum is the lining of the abdominal cavity and covers the intra-abdominal organs. It has several components including the outer (parietal) and inner (visceral) layers as well as the greater and lesser omentum. 

Non-Drug Prescription - Intestinal, Stomach, Pancreas, Bowel-colon-rectum (colorectal) - Set of 6.
Naturopathic Clinical Immune formulas for all species

1. CF-1  200C formula 50ml drops
Calc Carb 30C, (tumours, polyps),
Bone Marrow nosode 4X,
Histaminum Mur 12X,
Sanguinara 30C (polyps, tumours, cancer of the rectum),
Lemna Minor 30C (polyps),
Teucrium Mar 30C (polyps, fibroma),
Phosphorus 200C, (polyps, tumours, cancer),
Hydrastis Cana 6X, 30X (stomach cancer (small intestines or small bowel) liver disorders),
Baryta Iodata (enlarged glands),
Conium Mac,
Nat Sulp (pancreas),
Ceanothus Am (cancer of the spleen, pancreas cancer, pancreatic cysts, pancreatic caluli),
Thiosinaminum 1X (dissolving scar tissue, tumours, fibroids, stricture of rectum),
Hekla Lava 30X, 12C, Millefolium 6X, (hemorrhages, ascities, Abdominal distended fever, cancer),
Trillium 12X (hemorrhages, fibroids bleeds).
Rose Quartz,
Phytolacca 30X,
Ornithogalum 30X (stomach),
Terebinthina Ol 200C (distention of abdomen, nephritis, jaundice, colic, ulceration intestines),
Ruta Grav 6C,
Calc Phos 3X,
Bach Flowers Rescue Remedy (stress and shock relief),
Cundurango (lymph drainer, stomach cancer, ulcer, breast, tongue tumours, stricture of the esophagus),
Aloe Socotrina (colon & rectum),
Thuja 200C, 
Borax 30C,
Ars Alb 6C, 30C, (enlarged liver and spleen and painful, cancer, dropsy, stomach disorders),
Baryta Carb 6X, 6C, 30C  (gliomas, angiomas tumours in spleen)
Stomach formula.

2. CF-2 200C formula 50ml drops 
Carcinosin nosode, Scirrhinum nosode, Scrophularia nosode 200C, Carcinoma.Adeno Stomach nosode (small intestine or small bowel), Bone Marrow nosode, Histaminum Mur 200C

3. Systemic Detox  50ml        
Contains HERBAL LIQUID EXTRACT - Chinese Wormwood (Artemisinin), Japanese Knotweed Root, Cleavers.

4.  Slippery Elm Powder 100gm
Make a runny liquid mixed with water and oral syringe to soothe and heal any ulcerated cancer lesions.  Highly nutritional supplement as well. Once holding food down and/or eating better, can continue to add some liquid mixture to meals while treating cancer cells.  Instructions provided.

5. Immune Mix 50ml
Contains HERBAL extract liquid: Essiac Formula (Sheep sorrel, Burdock root, Slippery Elm herb), Bloodroot mix (Bloodroot, Graviola, Chaparral) and 40% Chaga Herb.      

6. Bleed-Pain Repair 30ml drops



* Important to also add vitamin c in every meal and orally - as vitamin c  dosen't stay in the body for very long.

Insulinomas are unfortunately common in ferrets and account for a quarter of all tumors diagnosed in this species. Insulinomas are tumors that are usually discovered in ferrets at 4 to 6 years of age, however, they have been reported in kits as young as 2 weeks old. The cause of insulinomas is subject to debate but is primarily thought to be related to diet.

What is an insulinoma? 
An insulinoma is a tumor of the beta cells of the pancreas, cells that are responsible for the production of insulin. The tumor produces so much insulin that the ferret suffers from chronic hypoglycemia.

What causes an insulinoma  - 
The true cause for an insulinoma is not known but in countries where ferrets are not fed highly processed high carbohydrate foods such as cat food, there is a lower prevalence of insulinomas.  The theory is that constant high spikes of glucose in the bloodstream from carbohydrate-rich diets leads to overstimulation and hypertrophy of the beta cells in the pancreas, which could lead to cancerous change. As we find out more about how to feed ferrets properly, perhaps we will be able to reduce the prevalence of this disease.
Signs - Sometimes the clinical signs of insulinomas are very subtle; your ferret may be lethargic and a little weak in the back legs. Many have very mild signs and just seem a bit quieter and sleep more than usual. In more extreme cases your ferret may have vomiting and diarrhea, seizures, collapse, drooling or may paw at the mouth. Some ferrets develop the condition as they grow older, so may have concurrent diseases which hide the disorder. Subsequently, any change in your ferret’s behavior or health, such as drinking more water, lethargy, respiratory signs, pale gums or behavioral changes should warrant a trip to your Veterinarian.

Because ferrets age quickly and for most of their diseases early diagnosis is extremely important

Your Veterinarian will recommend some blood tests to check overall health and to check for hypoglycemia. Other diseases and multiple problems can occur that present with similar signs so your Veterinarian will recommend a selection of tests to fit in with your budget.  These functional tumors of the pancreatic β cells cause increased insulin levels, resulting in hypoglycemia and its associated clinical signs such as weakness, lethargy, posterior paresis, hypersalivation, bruxism, and seizures.

~  Diagnosis is based on demonstration of hypoglycemia and corresponding normal or increased insulin levels. Other blood tests are usually normal. Ultrasonography is only occasionally useful in demonstrating these pancreatic masses. Medical and surgical treatments are possible, but there is no cure, and owners should be made aware of the chronic and progressive nature of this disease.

Warning:  re- vaccinating your pet, when sick, would be like pouring gasoline (petrol) on fire.

Feline Diet ~ Felines do need to eat organic fresh raw meat to stay healthy. NO KIBBLE. If possible add a pinch of Spirulina powder and a few drops of Magnesium (mineral) drops  and add these to the herbal Systemic formula only after you have already diluted 10-20 drops of the herbs in hot water from kettle. IMPORTANT Completely ALL avoid artificial foods (junk foods), and using chemical sprays, shampoos, worming, flea, household chemical sprays, lawn and garden chemical poisons. So important to OMIT all toxic chemicals for the health of your pet/s and your family. By doing this can mean prevention or healing from mutations of cancer cells toxic wastes. EAT ORGANIC food for yourselves and your pets, when you can afford it. Cottage Cheese and Organic Flaxseed Oil Feed a little plain “Cottage Cheese” with some Organic Flaxseed oil” combined and feed three times a day. E.g SEVERAL DROPS of flaxseed oil in A TABLESPOON OR MORE plain cottage cheese. Some pets may not like much cheese. So it does not matter if they have a lot or very little of the cheese.  "Unique" Nutritional Needs Unwittingly, many caring cat owners who feed vegetarian diets to their pet cats actually run the risk of causing them chronic malnutrition. Two (2) essential amino acids: Taurine and Arginine, are the most important amino acids which are present in meat but missing from plants. 1. Amino Acid - Taurine (L-Taurine) This particular amino acid is vital for cats’ well-being. While other species can manufacture it in their bodies, cats cannot. L-Taurine is found This essential amino acid is only found in foods of animal origin, such as meat, egg yolk and fish. Example: high amounts of taurine can also be found in the dark meat of turkey and chicken, cow’s milk. Deficiency Taurine in felines Taurine deficiency in a cat causes a host of metabolic and clinical problems, including feline central retinal degeneration and blindness, as the taurine is vital for a healthy retina (that part of the eye where images are formed), deafness, cardiomyopathy and heart failure (a disease where the heart muscle turns flabby, losing its ability to pump), inadequate immune response or dysfunction, poor neonatal growth, reproductive failure, and congenital defects, growth problems as well as deficiencies of the nervous system. Unlike Arginine, a taurine deficiency usually takes some time to develop. Unlike other mammals, cats do need this amino acid to be present in their organism. If acted upon quickly, some of these conditions can be reversed. Taurine is mainly available from animal sources with only trace amounts found in plants. All pet food manufacturers use synthetic taurine. But once the artificial food goes through the cooking “heat process” these vital nutrients are destroyed. Taurine is one of the most important amino acids that is present in meat but is missing from plants. Therefore, a cat's diet must provide taurine. It also helps for the diet to be rich in sulfur-containing amino acids. Diets low in protein (or inability to absorb or digest protein properly – malabsorption problem in the gut), and therefore sulfur-amino acids, are more likely to induce taurine deficiency. Within the last decade two diseases, dilated cardiomyopathy, and central retinal degeneration appeared in cats fed commercial diets containing insufficient taurine. Even though the label says Taurine added, once the food is heat processed any nutrition is lost over a certain temperature. Unfortunately, cats cannot synthesize sufficient amounts of taurine from other amino acids for their body to properly function. Symptoms can take 4- 5 months or more to appear. From my experience degeneration started less time - 2.5 to 3 months) Only some of these problems can be reversed with taurine supplementation. Since some problems cannot be corrected, it is important to assure that the content of taurine is adequate for any feline diet.

CATS raised and living in the country or in the wild. (not in the cities) Taurine deficiency does not appear in cats living under natural conditions, catching their own food (mice, rats), or where the animal is eating what nature designs a carnivore to eat real meat. CATS and Kittens raised and living who are (homeless) .. feral or semi-feral or previously owned. However, from my own experience, caring for kittens and adults who have been surviving in cities will be depleted in minerals and amino acids. Often dying early infant, or only getting ill in teenage years. Depleted immune system and malabsorption is a big one for them. EXAMPLE … if a person chooses to cook the meat for their cats or kitten, it should really be done in a small amount of water so that it can all be incorporated back into the food. .. Cooking MEAT for cats, by itself does not change the amino acid in any way. It just leeches the taurine out from the meat into the water. ORAL DOSING TAURINE * this may be a good way of getting the taurine in a kitten or cat that has a malabsorption problem (runt of the litter etc) as in liquid form it will go into the bloodstream rather than as food (meat) that has to break down in the gut. Oral syringe the juice of the turkey meat or chicken twice a day and also add a tablespoon in milk drinks. 2. Amino Acid Arginine (L-Arginine). Cats cannot synthesize the essential amino acid citrulline that is low in any food. Cats can convert arginine to citrulline, however, and that means that feline diets must contain arginine to meet the need for citrulline. Cats fed a diet lacking arginine develop hyperammonemia and show clinical signs of illness within several hours. Ammonia accumulates because it is not converted to urea; arginine and citrulline are needed for that conversion. Feline diets must contain arginine. L-Arginine amino acid is an essential amino acid. Deficiency Arginine in felines an arginine-free diet for a kitten will not only fail to grow but also lose body mass at a very fast rate. Other signs are vocalization (moaning), tetanic spasms, extended limbs with exposed claws, apnea (absence of breath) and, finally, death. The best food sources of L-Arginine “amino acid” You'll find the highest amount of arginine in the Turkey breast, then next down the line is Chicken, Spirulina, Dairy. Spirulina powder besides having “l-arginine amino acids” in Spirulina it also has the important “minerals” like.. potassium, magnesium, zinc, calcium, manganese, selenium, iron, and phosphorus.

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