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A reader realized her cat’s symptoms may indicate hyperthyroid problems. she says: “I don’t want to go the traditional vet route and am searching for holistic remedies.  I have read about various natural thyroid support products like Thyroid support gold which I will try to see if this helps, but I could only order it online.  Is there any other products I can give her to help? I read that l-carnitine and CoQ10 could relax the thyroid gland.  Any thoughts?”

There are dozens of holistic “treatments” for hyperthyroidism. Some work miracles in some cats but not all. Others help slightly but do not really cure. Your cat could become more ill as you try one after the other. Also, many cats do not like to take a lot of medications. You can learn, how to evaluate your cat’s responses to different treatments.

However, until you learn and for an illness as severe as hyperthyroidism, I would strongly recommend working with a specific healer, probably a veterinarian, who is very well trained in multiple holistic modalities. Homeopathy, TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine – acupuncture and more), chiropractic and Ayurvedic would be the most likely to rebalance the underlying quantum imbalance that is causing the problem with the thyroid gland.

Look for ones near you or homeopathic ones who work by phone. Go to the site for each organization.  Also very useful is reading the article on how to select and work with holistic veterinarians.

The best healing you can offer your cat is to be attuned with Reiki (read more about this totally safe modality). Look for local classes. They do not need to be animal based as Reiki helps people, animals plants and more.

Also helpful for your cat will be to follow the 7 keys to health, especially no vaccines and a fresh food diet.

While I do agree that your cat’s symptoms seem to indicate hyperthyroidism, I still recommend getting a blood panel to confirm that and to see if other organs (often kidneys) are less than healthy.

By |2014-09-02T12:51:32+00:00September 2nd, 2014|cats, hyperthyroidism|0 Comments

About the Author:

Christina Chambreau, DVM, graduated from the University of Georgia Veterinary College in 1980 and has had a Homeopathic Veterinary Practice since 1988. She is co-founder and was Chair for the Academy of Veterinary homeopathy. She is the author of Healthy Animal’s Journal: What You Can Do to Have Your Dog or Cat Live a Long and Healthy Life; Healthy Dog Journal ebook; Fleas Be Gone kindle; and co-author of Tutorial and Workbook for the Homeopathic Repertory and How to Have a Stress Free Wedding and Live Happily Ever After. She has written and is quoted in many magazines. She lectures at veterinary conferences around the world. She speaks and gives classes for animal enthusiasts and practitioners. She is committed to empowering people to heal their animals and themselves in a way that heals the planet.

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