Epulids – bioreosonance according to the BNR-method
Epulids are benign growths in a dog’s mouth.
Epulids can occur in all dogs.
Epulids can have different shapes, mushroom or stem, round, uneven or smooth.
There are basically two types:
– fibromatous (made of soft tissue)
– ossifying (containing bones)
– but there are also mixed forms
Bad breath and weight loss can be symptoms.
If your dog is obviously in pain when eating, you should definitely
have the mouth examined.
The veterinarian will first clarify whether they are benign epulids
and probably want to surgically remove them.
It is not always necessary to operate immediately.
With natural remedies I have the best experience with CDS / CDL diluted in water
and dab the epulids 3 times a day.
Since the epulids can come back, the treatment should be supported by naturopathy, this includes building up intestinal flora, supplying vital substances and detoxification.
What your dog needs to get back in its balance, to build up the immune system and the body environment, is best tested individually.
The bioresonance analysis is suitable for individual tests – most individually according to the BNR- method, tensor, pendulum or kinesiology.