Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Almost Wordless Wednesday: Rin's Eye Cyst and Turmeric, a year later

One of the more popular posts of MyDogsLove.Me is regarding our usage of Turmeric to reduce the size of Rin's Eye Cyst. I am proud to say that incorporating turmeric in Rin's diet is one of the best decisions I and my sister ever made for the dog.

From this...

This picture was taken last November 24, 2011.

To this...

The size reduction in Rin's eye cyst has been dramatic.

27 comments:

  1. Wow, fabulous! Now, did you vet suggest it (can't imagine, unless you have a holistic vet), or did you research yourself? I much prefer non-pharmaceutical options first and foremost, if possible, though you can't find a vet in our area who would agree. :-/

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    1. We researched about it because the vet only offered surgical removal and even then, she told us that it would still grow again so if it weren't bothering her, we should just leave it be.

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  2. Wow, that is am amazing difference. Great decision. He looks great.

    Woos - Phantom. Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  3. That is brilliant!! I’m a huge fan of tumeric and other herbs/spices for humans too!!

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  4. Nice one what a difference. I prefer natural herbs for medicine instead of the chemicals vets prescribe as if we don't get enough chemicals with our vaccinations, worming and flea prevention.

    I've never tried turmeric even though my Dad puts it in his curries i do have garlic tablets though.

    Take care Sheba.

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    1. You might want to give it a try, Ian. It's better than Garlic... however, I'm not sure about the smell- whichever is stronger. LOL.

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  5. That it impressive. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  6. Unbelievable! Tumeric is supposed to do wonders for eye ailments. Thank you for sharing!

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  7. Wow!!! Thanks for sharing this.

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  8. Wow, that is incredible!
    It was definitely the best thing to use, I will have to remember that.
    Lynne x

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  9. That's amazing! Tumeric has such great properties!

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  10. Oh my gosh, that is truly amazing!!!!!

    Your pal, Pip

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  11. Wow- what an amazing difference! It worked great!
    love
    tweedles

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  12. Wow, turmeric is magical. We're so glad Rin is all better.

    Love,
    Teddy Bear & Sierra

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  13. Amazing result - so happy for Rin and how good it is to do that without vet medicine. Woofs and licks from Magic xx

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  14. Hello guys this is Haopee's beau. I am writing to you guys instead of her since she has had no internet for the past 2 days because of the monsoon rains. Thus I have been given specific instructions to write a comment about this topic on her behalf.

    During our past veterinary visit for Rin's cyst the doctor said that if it doesnt bother the dog much that we should just leave it be. When in fact Rin is scratching it that is why I reasearched on alternative medicines and found how a number of pet owneers have used this.

    Since it is a spice used in curry, I looked it up to check if it had bad effects on dogs. I was surprised at its multiple benefits and prayed that it would alleviate her problem. Thankfully, it had produced such positive results. Thats when I found out about the medicinal properties of Turmeric Powder.

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  15. Holy smokes! That is an amazing difference! Thank you, Haopee (and Haopee's beau) for caring enough about Rin enough to search out that alternative treatment. SO glad it worked so well! :)

    Stay safe with all that crazy weather, okay?

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  16. Omigoodness !This is so good to know! Thank you!!!

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  17. ooh! ive seen this before on different blogs, like the before and after pics. it's amazing that natural methods can work, and i always try them first.

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  18. Wow! That is great! I gave our Lab turmeric when she had cancer. I've read where it is suppose to be a cancer preventative. It's great stuff!

    By the way, did you get your book?

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  19. Wow, we had noooo idea! Fantastic!!

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  20. That is remarkable! I really need to look into holistic vet care more. Do you have any favorite books or websites? I'll have to keep this in mind and link to a post in the future.

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    1. None unfortunately. We only came across this through Google.

      And thank you.I truly hope that I can help others.

      Here's the original link http://www.mydogslove.me/2012/03/turmeric-dramatically-reduces-rins-eye.html

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  21. Rin you are such a pretty dog. And that is just amazing what one change can do.

    Slobbers

    Dante, Daisy Boo and Sampson

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