Treating Cancer with Cannabis - patient is 7 year old Boxer Dog
Using Cannabis Oil (THC) to treat cancer (Mast Cell Tumor) in a 7 year old Boxer. The tumor is nearly completely gone after 30 days of topical application. Owners report that as of the last few days they have started to see positive changes in his demeanor and alertness. He's started eating normal amounts of food again over the past couple days and has not vomited since Dec 3rd. Oral doses started on Nov 28th, topical application began on Nov 10th.
Pics are courtesy of my good friend Dr Bob Melamede.
Great post! This handsome fellow on my left had a mast cell tumor about a year ago, which I had surgically removed. I didn't realize what it was until I pointed it out to the vet at his yearly exam, and had it taken off the same day. I started researching cannabis oil as a treatment afterwards and found very little information regarding it's usage on dogs or mast cell tumors. Thanks for posting this.
HAO is simpson oil or other kief/concentrate mixed with cinnamon oils and myrrh gum.
close. when i formulated HAO, it was done for hash oil, whatever the extraction method is preferred. i have found the refluxed extractions to contain significant wax, which makes it almost impossible to get a homogeneous solution, unless winterized. quick washes result in a cleaner product, easier to combine. iso is even more aggressive. butane extractions produce a much cleaner end product, however, i winterize them as well, before formulating.
interestingly, a skunk pharm associate has a pit/lab mix that developed cancer in his mouth. they had just paid for two hip surgeries, but the vet said just make him comfortable. my friend fed him HAO for two months. the dog is cancer free and playing as a happy 6 year old.
with this in mind i have formulated Holy Dog Shit. at 1/2 strength as that is what i found best suited to sedate my 40 lb Auzzie after surgery. her sire is taking HDS now as he is aging. her grand mother, diagnosed with doggie alzheimers, took it to death.
that is very cool, my mom has a pit/husky mix that has these all over her body, she is 11 years old, the vet said they are inside as well and eventually she will die from it as there are just way too many to remove, so the last year or so my mom has been feeding the dog a couple grams of trim along with her food each day, the tumors have been slowly dropping in size and some are just gone, the dog has a lot more energy and can actually get up and move around by herself, she will walk around for fun it seems rather than just when she needs food or to go to the bathroom, she used to be in so much pain just trying to get out to go potty poor girl....anyways this is an inspiration to see, thank you so much for sharing this! i bet a more concentrated formula would benefit this poor old girl