GENERAL HEALTH CONCERNS
Lipoma is a benign mesenchymal tumor in which the lesion closely resembles normal fat. The resemblance is so great that the fat within a lipoma cannot be distinguished histologically from normal fat. Although usually benign, soft and don't seem to cause pain in humans or animals - dogs, cats or rabbits - any imbalance in the body is a red flag. Vets recommend "monitoring" or surgery. Holistic vets may have different approaches.
Tumoxil offers an immune boosting combination of organic herbs that may help with lipomas and avoid the expense, fear and risk of surgery or watching a lipoma grow.
WHY DO WE GET LIPOMAS?
There are two theories on why lipomas form, both minimally studied due to lack of interest or no study money available to cure what is often a "non-life threatening" imbalance with little profit to expense ratio.
WHAT DVM's & MD's ARE TAUGHT
Lipomas are slow-growing, nearly always benign, adipose tumors that are most often found in the subcutaneous tissues, sometimes deeper tissues. Most lipomas are asymptomatic, can be diagnosed with clinical examination and *do not require treatment. Some lipomas develop following blunt trauma. A surgeon will recommend complete excision of lipoma to exclude a possible liposarcoma, especially in fast-growing lesions. Recently, MRIs have been used with some success to differentiate lipomas and liposarcomas. Recently in humans, liposuction (rarely gets it all, returns) and injectable steroids (adding new health risks) have been used.
Herbal remedies may help reduce or eliminate a lipoma.
Maybe its NOT genetics
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SUPPORT THE BODY
GARBAGE IN, GARBAGE OUT
Starts with diet. When the liver is overloaded with more toxins than it can process, the body starts eliminating them through the largest organ, the skin. So purify the diet, take the load off the liver and usually, skin issues clear up. May need to add a short dosage of Milk Thistle to help support, heal liver. Favorite Milk Thistle/Dog Link: http://www.canine-epilepsy-guardian-angels.com/milk_thistle.htm
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