Growths can be a very common occurance within the Canine Species - 99% are non cancerous, and harmless.
Often see are different growths can be seen as fig type - warts, condylomata, fungoid tissue, spongy tumour growth, Epulis growths (oral growths), pediculated, polyps lumps. Many of these growths can be an expression of vacinosis (vaccination side affects). Then this is also a virus called "papillomavirus". Common in Equine s for the Papalloma Virus.
Also there are the very common "Fatty Lipoma" tumour growth (again non cancerous growths). See formulas treatment for this with (AN043) HAMPL Lipoma Growth - Set of 2
HAMPL Non Drug Prescription
HAMPL Warts n Moles 30ml (1oz)
Contains homeopathic, nosode complex: Epulis nosode CM (fibrous sarcomatous tumour in the perioteum of the jaw, epulis growths are found on the gum "mucous gingiva" the growth or boil is called "Epulis" which can grow quite large ), Conium Mac 6C, Thuja 4X,10M, CM (pediculated growths, polyps, fig warts etc), Equine Papilloma virus nosode, Nat Mur 6X, 30C, 200C, Causticum 10M, malignant nosode fibroplastic wart nosode in 4X, 200C strength (as a protection or treat), including the Fibroids nosodes 6X,1M, and Medorrhinum 200C,1M, (multiple warts on face), Silicea, Sulph, Ant M, Ars Alb, 4X, 1M. Calendula 6X, Phytplacca amer 6X.
A fibrous sarcomatous tumour in the perioteum of the jaw, epulis growths are found on the gum "mucous gingiva" the growth or boil is called "Epulis" which can grow quite large. If your dog or cat has been diagnosed with the growth (or want to try this before trying anything else, as its hard to know through visual diagnosis from Vet). So suggest use this remedy in conjunction with the HAMPL Scar Tissue formula and HAMPL DrawOut16 formula.
Papillomatosis can affect both dogs and cats and equines.
Use for moles and wart growths in general. Warts can come any many types of varities and sizes. In Equines the Papilloma Virus can be often seen on the penis shaft.
Symptoms and Types
Symptoms related to this disorder include bad breath associated with oral papillomatosis, bleeding from the mouth, increased or decreased appetite, and excessive excretion of saliva. In cats, papillomas will appear around the head, neck and limbs, and will be either solitary or in multiple groups.
Papillomatosis is contagious in nature and in older cats, this disorder can arise due to the immune system being suppressed through the use of medication, surgery, or in some instances, disease. There are some cases where the wart virus is genetically related by breed.
Warts and similar growths - begnin fatty tumours) are an expression of vacinosis (vaccination side affecs.) Such animal may also tend to develop more serious types of growths (cancerous) in the future if not corrected at this point. Their is an alternative imunization that is safe for your dog. Did you also know that one vaccine shot will cover their lifetime. If you or your Vet ever followed up with a Titer anti-body immunity test, one would see your dog or cat has still got the anti-bodies in their system. Besides using the natural warts go formula, it is also higly recommended that your pet will most likely need to have a chemical (toxins) (AN040) HAMPL Vaccine toxin detox as well.
Secondly, in young pets who often have a weak immune system, may obtain Oral Papilloma Virus Warts, they will however die off over a period of a number of months or less time, so no need for surgery or other interventions. If you are ordering this remedy for your pet who may have "Oral" Papilloma virus, please make a comment or special request, so we can also provide an oral warts virus mouth rinse as well. Relief of infection, inflammation and virus herbal rinse. If you can crush one of the warts, and send a tiny sample to use, we can provide a very effective homeopathic medicine from this. this will also quickly prevent further spreading of warts.
It is a weak immune system that allows warts to multiple so work on immune boosting herbs and supplements - whilst avoiding toxic chemical sprays and drugs etc.
Australian Clients should be aware that national legislation prohibits the marketing or advertising of any veterinary products which have not been registered with the APVMA. These regulations were designed to control the entry onto the market of new chemical drugs and did not foresee the rising demand for proven herbal and homeopathic formulations. Other laws however, allow such treatments to be available after personal consultation. The product information provided is for International clients only, and Australians should ignore this information.