AVC/HONEY/DMSO --saved my horse!

by Rose Foreman
(Pennsylvania, USA 17841)

French translation

Mixed in thirds! 60cc syringe of this mixture given orally three times daily as long as needed.

My horse was severely injured by a vet 'forced a worming hose' that broke the sinus wall. She reacted by rearing back, and blood shot from horse's nose. She stopped eating for weeks. Very bad odor from the bad blood within. Her heart rate went to highest possible rhythm.

Blood test proved she was dying from within --due to injury!
I was loosing my horse and vet was at a loss as to how to help her.

I decided on the health tonic ACV and honey, and added the healer DMSO that frightens people, and is regarded as unsafe in some instances, especially if taken orally.

I had nothing to loose! My horse swayed from weakness when I finally took her down barn aisle. Put her away knowing she would have collapsed! She had lost weight very fast.

Within 2 weeks after starting the dosage above, she started to eat small doses of shredded apples, and warm oatmeal. She fully recovered!

On DMSO. My cat was stomped on her back paw by a steer. She got gangrene. DMSO paste destroyed her gangrene very quickly! Then it came back, did the DMSO again, and again. Gangrene never returned.

Comments for AVC/HONEY/DMSO --saved my horse!

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Apr 04, 2015
Help for cat
by: Anonymous

Hi, please tell me how did you administered DMSO paste to your cat? Can I use liquid DMSO? (have no any DMSO experience yet)

My 15 y old cat had Thromboembolism "attack", one of his rear leg became numb and cold. Right now hi is in hospital and having treatment by the vet, my cat is slowly recovering. I was thinking to give my cat DMSO cure after I can get him home but do not know how to apply DMSO externally because of his hair.

Could you give any tips how I can give my friend some more time with DMSO!
Would be grateful for any advise in here.

Jul 26, 2014
Can ACV and honey help with my mini's colic???
by: Anonymous

I have a 7 year old class A miniature horse...she developed colic out of the blue..she's been sick on and off for 3 weeks the vets are bewildered as to what has caused the colic..

They say all 4 quadrants of the gut are working, bloods were taken( twice), but have shown nothing wrong, stall samples taken but nothing major showed up.

She's had 2 lots of liquid paraffin and an enema..they say there is gas present but not enough to intervene (as of a day ago).

Could the ACV and honey help...if so how how much would be safe?

(The vet did wonder if she had ulcers so is on a omeprasol type drug)

Any help would be very much appreciated!! I would miss her terribly if I lost her

Feb 06, 2011
So sorry sweetie pie
by: Anonymous

Darling I cant imagine what you went through, my husbands horse has the same thing except he was sniffing around and got a rod in his nose.

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Vinegar Horse Care .