The Incredible Barney: Pseudomonas & Super Natural Charcoal Remedy
Barney, a large country dog, accidentally strayed into his neighbor’s property and had his ear shot off. Luckily, the bullet missed his brain. His owners took him to the local vet, Dr. Regina, who patched him up, but that was just the beginning of his troubles.
His head wound was now a gross bloody bulge and the raging Pseudomonas manifested itself as puss wounds that had spread the whole length of his body.
Barney developed a severe infection called Pseudomonas, similar to a serious staph infection, spreading from his head to hindquarters. The once lively 150-pound dog was now down to 100 pounds and deteriorating rapidly. The vet university clinic suggested putting him down, claiming nothing could be done. Dr. Regina, our vet and neighbor, shared Barney’s condition with us during our morning walk and asked about using charcoal, which she had seen work wonders before.
Though skeptical, Dr. Regina had Barney put in her name for an experimental activated charcoal treatment. One morning, armed with Vet Detox, aloe vera gel, and olive oil, we headed to the clinic. The vet team shaved Barney and applied a thick charcoal gel directly to his body, covering him from head to hind legs. Despite doubts about the treatment’s success, everyone hoped for the best.
When treating wounds, it’s crucial to cover more than just the affected area to prevent spreading. Patience is key, especially in serious conditions like Pseudomonas, where daily charcoal applications should continue even after apparent improvement. The longer the applications, the better the results.
In the pictures above, Vicki completely covered Barney from head to hind legs using over two gallons of Vet DtoxTM powder, mixed with Aloe Vera Gel and olive oil. The oil prevents the charcoal and aloe vera gel from drying out, ensuring that the charcoal remains moist for better drawing power. This is especially important for open wounds to prevent drying and sticking to the skin. It’s recommended to use healthy oils like olive, coconut, or avocado, avoiding cheap cooking vegetable oils.
The charcoal gel was applied generously, flipping Barney to treat both sides. He was kept in a warm environment, and now the waiting game began – would he survive the night?
The good news is that Barney not only made it through the night but also woke up hungry and had breakfast!
While he wasn’t out of the woods, daily applications of charcoal gel continued until Barney fully recovered. Breakouts of hot spots were managed with the charcoal gel, and eventually, Barney made a complete recovery and returned home.
Explore the supernatural power of activated charcoal in the included pictures, and feel free to share your stories – you never know whom you might inspire.