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THE ENZYME TREATMENT OF A CAT HAVING POSSIBLE CANCER

by EDWARD MONSON

 

 

The female, ten year old, eight-pound, house cat had not been eating for about four or five days. When she drank water she would, soon, vomit it up. The vomit was clear, apparently without any digestive juices added. The cat chose to sleep in a secluded part of the basement, which was cooler than the upstairs of the house. Apparently, this was to prevent further dehydration. Normally she liked to be upstairs.

The cat was taken to the veterinary doctor. The doctor examined her and took an X-ray of her. The doctor said the X-ray showed that the catís gastrointestinal tract was completely empty from top to bottom and did not show any obstructions from foreign objects. The doctor said that the cat did not have a fever and said that the cat was slightly dehydrated. The doctor administered fluid, Cimetidine (Tagamet) and Buprenex (pain medicine) subcutaneously (injected under the skin). The doctor said that cancer was a possible diagnosis, but that the cat would have to be brought back the next day for some blood tests to try to confirm it. When asked about treatment, if cancer was confirmed, the doctor said chemotherapy was all that they had to offer.

The cat was not taken back to the doctor for blood tests, since chemotherapy was not was not deemed to be an acceptable treatment. That evening metabolic cancer treatment of the cat was begun. The treatment consisted of rectal instillation, twice daily, of pancreatin (from the health food store) dissolved in water and, once daily, electrolyte (Pedyalite liquid), amino acids, vitamins, minerals and flax oil. After six days of treatment the cat started showing some interest in food; she ate about one gram of raw hamburger, tasted the juice of a can of cat food, and later that same day ate about two grams of sliced roast beef. The first water the cat was seen to drink was after seven days of treatment, however water was always available to her. Her appetite (for roast beef) continued to improve daily. The treatment continued for a total of eleven days, at which time the cat was back to good health and resisted any further treatment. It is now two and one half years later and the cat is still in good health.

 

 

DETAILS OF ENZYME TREATMENT

OF THE CAT HAVING POSSIBLE CANCER

The syringe for rectal instillation was a normal 12 cc syringe; the needle was discarded. A lure-lok fitting with a six inch long piece of very small diameter tubing was attached to the syringe. This was made from a butterfly needle infusion set with the needle end cut off and discarded (see figure 1). The cut end had the sharp corners trimmed with a sharp pair of scissors. This cut and trimmed tubing was used to insert into the cats rectum.

Figure 1.12 cc syringe and small diameter (3/32 inch diameter) tubing with Lure-Lok

†††††††††††††††† Fitting.

 

Figure 2.Pancreatin and distilled for pancreatin instillation.

 

The 1000 mg pancreatin tablet was crushed in a small dish using a teaspoon. About 12 to 13 cc of distilled water was added to the crushed tablet. The dish was swirled slightly while the tablet dissolved. After a few minutes the dish was set down and propped up a little on one side to allow the un-dissolved ingredients (filler) of the tablet to settle in the corner of the dish. The liquid was drawn into the syringe through the attached tubing being careful to not pick up the un-dissolved sediment from the dish. The syringe was then inverted and the air was expelled from the syringe and tubing leaving about 11 cc in the syringe.

With the cat laying on her side, the insertion of the tubing into the rectum was done with great care; the tubing was first coated liberally at the tip with ky-jelly. The tubing was inserted past the outer anal sphincter then just past the inner sphincter by the feeling sensed through the tubing. This was a total of not more than ĺ inch (2 centimeters). During the insertion attempts the cat would sometimes slightly discharge her anal scent glands, which are, located on either side of the rectal opening. The discharge was a very small amount of dark brown liquid, which just oozed out of the scent glands and did not have any noticeable odor.It is only mentioned here because it was a surprising occurrence. After the tubing was inserted just past the inner sphincter, the syringe was slowly pushed to instill the liquid. It was pushed slowly (5 to 10 seconds total time) to make sure that there was not any excess pressure in the catís intestines, which could injure the cat or cause the tubing to be dislodged from the catís rectum. The tubing was not held securely in order to allow the tubing to be expelled if there was a pressure buildup.After the instillation the excess ky-jelly was cleaned off the catís rectum with a moist Kleenex. The cat was watched for a while to see if the instillation was retained. The cat retained all of the instillations.

After each use the syringe and tubing were taken apart, flushed through with hot water then hydrogen peroxide then more water. Additionally the tubing exterior was washed with soap and water. In use and in washing the plunger of the syringe was not pulled back with the tubing attached so as to prevent any contamination from entering the syringe (except when drawing in the fluid for treatment). To flush the tubing, water or hydrogen peroxide was drawn into the syringe before attaching the tubing to the syringe, then the plunger was pushed, expelling the fluid, then it was taken apart and repeated. The residual water in the tubing was blown out of the tubing with the syringe in the same manner. The syringe plunger, body and tubing were shook to remove water and left apart on a paper towel between uses.

Figure 3.Ingredients for nutrition instillation (Pedyalite not shown).

 

The nutrition instillation was prepared by combining:

††† 9 cc Pedyalite (plain)(sold in baby section of food store or pharmacy)

††1 gram amino acid blend (the contents of 1 capsule)(from health food store)

††† 1/3 teaspoon Liquid-Life vitamin mineral supplement (from health food store)

††† 1/4 teaspoon flax oil (cold pressed) (from health food store)

††† 1/4 teaspoon magnesium citrate, U.S.P. (from laxative section of pharmacy)

The ingredients were mixed together, however the flax oil did not mix well. The instillation was done in the same manner as the pancreatin instillation.

LIST OF TREATMENTS AND EVENTS

Day

Time

Treatment/event

Comment

1

3:00pm

Doctor visit, X-ray, subcutaneous fluid

Gastrointestinal tract empty

 

11:00pm

10 cc pancreatin/water

 

2

1:30pm

10 cc pancreatin/water

 

 

6:16pm

9 cc nutrition

 

 

11:00pm

5 cc pancreatin/water

 

3

4:00am

 

Lots of pee in potty

 

12:30pm

10 cc pancreatin/water

 

 

3:00pm

 

Pee outside in leaves

 

7:30pm

11 cc nutrition

 

 

11:50pm

5 cc pancreatin/water

 

4

overnight

 

Lots of pee in potty

 

10:45am

11 cc pancreatin/water

Friendly like old self

 

11:00am

 

Large well formed feces

 

7:00pm

11 cc nutrition

 

 

7:55pm

 

Lots of pee in potty

 

11:55pm

11 cc pancreatin/water

 

5

12:05am

 

Pee in potty

 

12:45pm

11 cc pancreatin/water

 

 

afternoon

 

Pee in potty

 

6:30pm

11 cc nutrition

 

 

11:55pm

11 cc pancreatin/water

 

 

11:57pm

 

Pee in potty

 

11:59pm

 

A few small feces

6

10:30am

 

Pee in potty

 

10:50am

12 cc pancreatin/water

 

 

4:15pm

11 cc nutrition

 

 

6:45pm

 

Ate 1 gram hamburger

 

7:15pm

 

Tasted cat food juice

 

10:45pm

 

Ate 1 gram hamburger and 2 grams roast beef

 

11:45pm

12 cc pancreatin/water

 

7

12:15am

 

Pee in potty

 

2:20am

 

Ate Ĺ slice roast beef

 

6:30am

 

Ate 1 slice roast beef

 

9:05am

 

Ate a little cat food

 

9:10am

 

Pee in potty

 

11:20am

 

Ate a little more cat food

 

11:10pm

10 cc pancreatin/water

 

 

11:15pm

 

Pee in potty

 

11:20pm

 

A few feces

8

12:45am

 

Ate slice of roast beef

 

2:00am

 

Pee in potty

 

12:00noon

 

Ate a little cat food

 

2:30pm

 

Ate slice of roast beef

 

evening

 

Ate slice of roast beef

 

12:00midnight

10 cc pancreatin/water

 

9

12:30am

 

Ate slice of roast beef

 

12:00noon

 

Ate slice of roast beef

10

12:30am

12 cc pancreatin/water

 

11

1:30am

10 cc pancreatin/water

Last of 15 instillations of pancreatin/water

 

DISCUSSION

Since the cat was unable to eat or drink, the first objective was to provide liquid to prevent dehydration. The second objective was of coarse to cure the cat of possible cancer. Having read The Enzyme Treatment of Cancer and Its Scientific Basis by John Beard, D.Sc. and other alternative cancer treatment books since both my wife and my brother died of cancer, I decided to treat the cat with pancreatic enzymes. I am not a doctor, but in June 2007 I will graduate from college with a B.S. degree in Chemistry and Biology.

The dosage of the pancreatin was based on human oral pancreatin dosage by alternative practitioners of 40 to 50 grams per day. Since the cat was about one twentieth the weight of a 160 lb person, 2 grams of pancreatin per day was chosen. One gram of pancreatin dissolved in water was instilled rectally early in the day and another late in the day. The nutrition instillation was administered about mid-day. The pancreatin and nutrition were given about 5 hours apart so that the pancreatic enzymes would circulate through the blood after being absorbed from the colon and would not be wasted digesting the nutrition.

The nutrition requirements were scaled down from the human requirements in the Merck Manual, however phosphorous was lacking. I was planning to add ATP (from the health food store) as a source of phosphorous, but the cat got well enough to resist further treatment. I had expected the treatment to take much longer than it did. I was afraid that the treatment was terminated too soon; time has proven that to be wrong, fortunately.

Has this proven that cancer can be cured this way? No, because it is not known for sure that the cat had cancer. It has proven that rectal instillation of pancreatin does not have any detrimental effects and that the pancreatin, which is composed of proteins, along with the amino acids, vitamins, minerals, lipids and fluid provided a healing environment within the cat, which was not able to eat or drink.

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