Osteosarcoma - McDowell's Herbal Treatments


In cats, osteosarcoma accounts for 70% of primary bone tumors. Older cats (mean, 10 years) are most frequently affected. Osteosarcoma in cats behaves less aggressively than its canine counterpart.

Because of the rapid nature of osteosarcoma, treatment should be sought as soon as possible. The only trouble is that the most common sign, lameness and pain usually happens when it is already taken firm hold. It is also mistaken by owners at first as arthritis, stiffness or pulled muscle in which veterinarian care is usually not immediately sought.

Unlike its canine counterpart it has a much lower rate of metastasis and longer term survival can be expected with complete excision.

My Osteosarcoma Cancer Support Mix contains concentrated herbal extracts of; Bladderack, Elecampane, Equisetum, Golden Seal, Mistletoe, Parsley, Yarrow and Rosehips along with the Bach Flower Remedies Oak, Olive, Pine, Water Violet, Walnut and Wild Oat.

As well as the Super antioxidant to support the Immune system & our Anti Inflam for pain relief & discomfort.

  • Maritime Pine Antioxidant, 
  • Anti Inflammatory support; 


I also recommend that you place your cat on a diet of raw meat i.e.

Raw muscle meat with bones (chicken thighs and drumsticks or, better, a whole carcass of rabbit or chicken amounting to 2 kg; if you don't use a whole carcass, opt for dark meat like thighs and drumsticks from chicken or turkey)

Raw heart, ideally from the same animal (if no heart is available, substitute with 4000 mg Taurine)

Raw liver, ideally from the same animal (if you can't find appropriate liver, you can substitute 40,000 IU of Vitamin A and 1600 IU of Vitamin D--but try to use real liver rather than substitutes)

NOTE: If you cannot find the heart or liver and decide to substitute with the Taurine/Vitamin A and D, then remember to REPLACE the missing amount of organ meat with the equivalent amount of muscle meat. In other words, if you cannot find heart, you add another 400 grams of the meat/bones. If you can't find the liver, add another 200 grams of meat/bone. If your cat isn't already on a natural diet then introduce it slowly.

Maritime Pine Bark Antioxidant

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