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    Default Pycnogenol: possible source of help for the healing of lesions from Squirrel Pox

    From research done of other animal skin diseases and conditions, Pycnogenol may serve to support healing lesions from Squirrel Pox.

    http://www.prnewswire.com/news-relea...257513031.html

    The Aronia Berry aka: Chokeberry, has been found to have anti-viral properties.

    http://www.mdpi.com/1420-3049/22/6/944/pdf

    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/1...337.12221/full


    Should anyone desire to use this source, be sure you use very little as it is concentrated, and higher in oxalates.

    Add 1/8 Tsp. of the Aronia juice to 1/4 cup of filtered water and add 1/2 Tsp. of Organic cocowater, as this is a naturally good source of electrolytles.

    Amazon.com carries the Superberry Aronia juice.
    https://www.amazon.com/Organic-Aroni.../dp/B0052MWPEK

    Naked brand Organic Cocowater would be what I recommend using for this purpose.
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BGQ1MLW...s_ad_dp_asin_1

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    Default Squirrel Pox pdf file

    Posted here for help in the identification of this viral disease in tree squirrels.

    squirrel_fibromatosis1.pdf

    Warning: Should disease issues in these animals bother you to view, best then not look at the photos shown in this file.

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    Default Re: Pycnogenol: possible source of help for the healing of lesions from Squirrel Pox

    http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7...7274--,00.html

    https://www.nps.gov/bicy/learn/natur...nal-Report.pdf

    It is assumed that other than direct contact, this insects ae responsible for the transmission of this disease from squirrel to squirrel in the wild.

    Take care to regard the necessary precautions not to let mosquitos into your home, and to prevent flea infestations.

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    Default Re: Pycnogenol: possible source of help for the healing of lesions from Squirrel Pox

    For skin iritation homeopathic Calendula (non alcholic spray):
    https://www.amazon.com/Hylands-Calen...alendula+spray non stinging formula.

    "Skin Ulcers: A controlled study showed that an oral dosage of Pycnogenol daily combined with topical application daily showed the fastest and most complete healing for the group using both oral and topical Pycnogenol. The group using oral Pycnogenol showed faster and more complete healing than the placebo group, but the group using both oral and topical Pycnogenol showed the fastest and most complete healing..."

    Pycnogenol (PYC) is also noted to be a cancer preventative, as it is anti viral containing very high levels of powerful anti oxidants compounds.

    If you want to try this, begin with (1 mg.) noted in the research.

    PYC from capsule (1 mg.) by oral route, added to organic applesauce 1/8 th Tsp. , as this will help to cover the bitter taste and support the uptake of this source better.

    Even more efficient is the liquid for this purpose with its ethanol base.

    This is the liquid source:. http://organika.com/product/antioxid...ogenol-liquid/

    Use a mL syringe without the needle, not the dropper that comes with the bottle.

    Pull up (0.1 ml) = (equal to) (1 mg) dose.

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    Default Re: Pycnogenol: possible source of help for the healing of lesions from Squirrel Pox

    http://store.newwayherbs.com/birch--...-alba-p76.aspx (see non alcohol base version on same page)

    This source from the US made from White Birch Bark, all organic, non GMO, peaked my interest amongst similar sources offered online, as it is noted to be anti-viral and has been used for Chicken pox in particular. And that this source is noted to use organic vegetable glycerin for the base.

    As to dosage unsure, but since it is less potent than pycnogenol 0.1 mg. should be ok to use.

    This company makes a number of tinctures all organic and/or defacto organic wild sources.

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    Default Re: Pycnogenol: possible source of help for the healing of lesions from Squirrel Pox

    I found list of trees toxic to rats included birch and beech; this is strange since tree squirrels are known to strip hte bark of the Paper Birch.

    In anycase, to stay on the safer side, I would go with the Pine Pycnogenol, as pine is non toxic to rodents.

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    Default Re: Pycnogenol: possible source of help for the healing of lesions from Squirrel Pox

    Quote Originally Posted by Diggie's Friend View Post
    I found list of trees toxic to rats included birch and beech; this is strange since tree squirrels are known to strip the bark of the Paper Birch.

    In anycase, to stay on the safer side, I would go with the Pine Pycnogenol, as pine is non toxic to rodents.
    That is, dried pine is safer.


    Pycnogenol, studied over 40 years, in 100 studies done, was found to improve various ill health conditions in rats.

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    Default Re: Pycnogenol: possible source of help for the healing of lesions from Squirrel Pox

    http://www.egerbil.com/safe_woods_for_gerbils

    The notes under Birch on this page shed light as to why some websites noted birch as safe, and some do not; for some are safe and some are not.

    For those noted to be safe see notes under white, silver, etc. birch.

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    Default Dragon's blood tree sap - possible external application for Squirrel Paropoxvirus

    ABSTRACT

    The present invention provides for the administration of compounds, which can be synthesized or can be isolated from a Croton plant species for treating invertebrates or vertebrates, including humans, infected with Poxviridae or Papillomavirinae. The present invention encompasses methods of using compound synthesized or isolated from the Croton plant species, singularly or synergistically.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poxviridae

    See studies lower on page below:

    https://news.therawfoodworld.com/new...nical-studies/

    http://www.google.com/patents/WO2006099376A1?cl=eninae

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    Default Dragon's blood tree sap - possible external application for Squirrel Paropoxvirus

    http://www.google.com/patents/US20060204600
    Dragon's blood anti-viral materials and methods
    US 20060204600 A1

    The present invention provides for the administration of compounds, which can be synthesized or can be isolated from a Croton plant species for treating invertebrates or vertebrates, including humans, infected with Poxyiridae or Papillomavirinae. The present invention encompasses methods of using compounds synthesized or isolated from the Croton plant species, singularly or synergistically.

    Poxyirdiae

    [0058]

    Abstract

    The compositions of this invention may be used to prevent (propylaxis), treat (ameliorate symptoms, shorten duration of illness, lessen severity), or cure viral infections caused by Poxyiridae. Poxiviridae infections that may be treated by this invention include both vertebrate poxviruses (subfamily Chordopoxyirinae) and insect poxviruses (Entomopoxyirinae, e.g., Entomopoxyirinae A, B, and C). Vertebrate poxviruses include without limitation those members of the genera: Orthopoxvirus (e.g., camelpox, cowpox, ectromelia, monkeypox, racconpox, skunkpox, taterapox, Uasin Gishu, vaccinia, variola (small pox), and volepox), Parapoxvirus (Auzduk disease, chamois, contagious eethyma, orf, pseudocoxpox, parapox of deer, and sealpox); Avipoxvirus (e.g., canarypox, fowlpox, juncopox, pigeonpox, psittacinepox, quailpox, peacockpox, sparrowpox, peguinpox, starlingpox and turkeypox), Capripoxvirus (e.g., goatpox, lumpy skin disease, and sheeppox), Leporipoxvirus (e.g., Hare fibroma, myxoma, rabbit fibroma, squirrel fibroma), Suipoxvirus (e.g., swinepox), and Molluscipoxvirus (e.g., Molluscum contagiosum).

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