MFS for Pets™©

HERBAL TINCTURES:

  • Recommended Tinctures:
    • Star Formation 4 – Herbal Tincture Kit.
    • Super 6 – Herbal Tincture Kit (includes Parasite G-M Tincture).
    • To order Herbal Tinctures Kits, please click here: MFS Shop
    • In some cases, it is beneficial to add extra tinctures to the protocol. For more information, please make a post in our Post – Master Fast System: Transition, Tips & Info. Facebook group and tag (avoid private messaging) our MFS admin Michelle Gibson.
  • Dose:
    • 3 drops of each tincture for small cats and small dog breeds.
    • 5 drops of each tincture for large cats and medium dog breeds.
    • 7 drops of each tincture for giant cats and large dog breeds.
    • 9 drops of each tincture for giant dog breeds.
    • Pets with special needs may require a higher dose. For more information, please make a post in our Post – Master Fast System: Transition, Tips & Info. Facebook group and tag (avoid private messaging) our MFS admin Michelle Gibson.
  • Administration:
    • Direct administration: Evaporate the alcohol from tinctures by placing the drops on a metal spoon that has been immersed in boiling water, at which point the spoon is hot enough for the alcohol to evaporate. Then administer the tinctures orally.
    • Alternatively, you may add tinctures to the PetPlasmaPudding & PetPlasmaPudding flatbread (see below).

WATER:

  • Best to use Calcium Water made from Calcium Carbonate (limestone).
  • To order Calcium Carbonate, please click here: MFS Shop
  • Calcium Carbonate charges/transforms the water into a plasmatic state. It also prevents the water from souring in hot weather from pet’s saliva.
  • To prepare Calcium Water for the pet’s water bowl, simply add 1-3 dessertspoons of limestone to the water bowl every time the water is changed.
  • For water bowls, it is best to use unglazed stoneware or terracotta bowls as they keep the water cool. Glazed ceramic and stainless steel bowls are fine to use. Avoid using plastic bowls.
  • Frozen Calcium Water or Kidney Tea (made with Calcium Water) can be made available to pet during heat waves and healing reaction days. To order Kidney Tea, please click here: MFS Kidney Tea Formula To make Kidney Tea, please click here: MFS Protocol
  • Always use fresh clean Calcium Water.
  • There is no need to encourage the pet to drink.
  • Place the water in the shade in the least trafficked area so that the pet has to go out of its way to drink.
  • Avoid offering water with food.
  • Leave water available for 2 hours after the PetPlasmaPudding (for Full MFS) or meal (for MFS Hybrid). During heat waves, make sure water is always available.

PET PLASMA PUDDING (PetPlasmaPudding™©):

  • Dry Ingredients:
    • 1 Pound (454 g) of Psyllium Husk powder
    • 4 Tablespoons (32 g) of Activated Charcoal powder
    • 4 Tablespoons (60 g) of Bentonite Clay powder
  • To order PetPlasmaPudding dry ingredients, please click here: MFS Shop
  • Preparing the PetPlasmaPudding:
    • For dogs, cats & ferrets, we will be mixing the PetPlasmaPudding dry ingredients with salt-free chicken, turkey, duck (skimmed off fat), goose, rabbit or fish stock (for Full MFS) or broth (for MFS Hybrid). This is the best option for carnivorous pets, as they are designed to have small animals as the main portion of their diets. They do not have the digestive ability to process fruits and vegetables properly. If you choose to feed your pet a vegan diet, you may use Calcium Water and/or fruit juice (for Full MFS), however, avoid grape juice, as it is possibly fatal to pets. You may also use salt-free vegetable stock (for Full MFS) or vegetable broth (for MFS Hybrid).
      • It is always best to prepare your own stock and/or broth. To prepare, follow the directions below:
        • PetPlasmaPudding with home-made chicken (the preferred meat) stock and/or broth:
          • Simmer 2-3 kilograms of chicken frames (bones and meat left over after the majority of meat is removed) in 3-4 litres of Calcium Water and ¼ – ½ cup of Kidney Tea dry herbs or 1 cup of fresh/frozen kidney herbs.
          • Simmer until chicken falls apart. You may use a slow cooker that you run overnight until ends of bones soften.
          • Remove chicken, pull un-dissolved bones out, and pull the soft bone-ends off the bones adding them back to the pot.
          • For chicken stock (for Full MFS), skim the fat thoroughly and strain contents to remove all flesh using only the liquid.
          • For chicken broth (for MFS Hybrid), blend everything in the pot using a blender (a stick blender would be great).
          • Add 1 level tablespoon of PetPlasmaPudding dry ingredients to one cup (250ml) of the wet mixture and mix thoroughly using the blender.
        • PetPlasmaPudding with home-made vegetable stock and/or broth:
          • Simmer 2-3 kilograms of vegetables (avoid starchy vegetables as they are mucus-forming) in 3-4 litres of Calcium Water and ¼ – ½ cup of Kidney Tea dry herbs or 1 cup of fresh/frozen kidney herbs.
          • Simmer until vegetables are soft.
          • For vegetable stock (for Full MFS), thoroughly strain content to remove all fibre and use the liquid.
          • For vegetable broth (for MFS Hybrid), blend content in the pot using a blender (a stick blender would be great).
          • Add 1 level tablespoon of PetPlasmaPudding dry ingredients to one cup (250ml) of the wet mixture and mix thoroughly using the blender.
      • For store-bought salt-free stock and/or broth, add 1 teaspoon of Kidney Tea (dry herbs) per cup of stock and simmer. Then, add 1 level tablespoon of PetPlasmaPudding dry ingredients to one cup (250ml) of the mixture and mix thoroughly.
      • If using fruit juice, add 1 teaspoon of Kidney Tea (dry herbs) per cup of fruit juice and simmer. Then, add 1 level tablespoon of PetPlasmaPudding dry ingredients to one cup (250ml) of the mixture and mix thoroughly.
    • For herbivorous pets such as rabbits, add 1 teaspoon of Kidney Tea (dry herbs) per cup of Calcium Water and simmer. Then, add 1 level tablespoon of PetPlasmaPudding dry ingredients to one cup (250ml) of the mixture and mix thoroughly using the blender.
  • Freeze PetPlasmaPudding in individual portions and serve as follows:
    • 0.5 cup for small cats and small dog breeds.
    • 1 cup for large cats and medium dog breeds.
    • 1.5 cups for giant cats and large dog breeds.
    • 2 cups for giant dog breeds.
  • On Full MFS, we want to serve PetPlasmaPudding in a jelly-like (soft, not solid) consistency, as solid consistency may constipate the pet (especially cats). On MFS Hybrid, however, you may experiment with PetPlasmaPudding flatbread, which is basically PetPlasmaPudding cooked in a sandwich press. To prepare the flatbread, spread PetPlasmaPudding on a flat dish until hardened, slice, and place in the sandwich press to cook until firm. Always make sure to provide Calcium Water for drinking afterwards.

FOOD (MFS Hybrid Only):

  • One meal per day (within a small eating-window). Serve the meal after the PetPlasmaPudding.
  • Best to feed your pet it’s species-specific food (note: carnivorous pets are designed to have small animals as the main portion of their diets. They do not have the digestive ability to process fruits and vegetables properly).
  • Food options:
    • For Dogs, cats & ferrets:
      • Species-specific food:
        • Raw small animal frames (small amounts, once a week):
          • Best is chicken (e.g. leg, wing and neck).
          • May also use turkey, duck (must remove fat), goose, rabbit and fish.
          • Dogs can eat larger animals like lamb (must remove fat).
          • Avoid beef.
        • Raw boneless or soft-boned fish – baits are excellent (small amounts, once a week).
        • Raw organs (small amounts, once a week):
          • Cats like chicken liver
          • Dogs like lamb liver
        • Raw eggs (small amounts, once a week).
        • Avoid dairy.
      • Vegan Options:
        • Fruits: Some pets eat and enjoy fruit. Most fruits are not harmful (avoid grapes, as they are possibly fatal to dogs and cat).
        • Raw and/or steamed (avoid boiling) blended vegetables.
        • Soft grasses.
        • Avoid grains and starchy vegetables.
    • For Rabbits:
      • The optimal diet is grasses (roughage). Feeding anything more than grass shortens their life. They feed mainly through the night and fast through the day. Their grazing time is usually from an hour before dark to about an hour after sunrise.
  • For fussy-eaters (dogs, cats & ferrets):
    • Use pet probiotics.
    • Bury meaty bones such as chicken frames (e.g. legs and wings) in the garden for 1-3 days (best to wrap in leaves, otherwise may use baking paper, but not plastic), preferably during moon phases. This is a great treat after a weekly 24-hour dry fast. It doesn’t matter how long it’s been buried for, as it acquires a pate-like consistency with time. It’s delicious to the dog as it contains enzymes that are often missing in the gut of domestic animals.
  • Transitioning to raw foods (dogs, cats & ferrets):
    • Start with a 24-hour dry fast.
    • Bake or fry in a frying pan a chicken frame (leg or wing).
    • Cook from rare to medium rare. We don’t want to cook the bones. Just enough cooking until it is a little brown on the outside. This brings up the aromas, which dogs love.
    • Cook it less and less every day until the pet is having it raw.
    • Normally, it takes about one week to transition.
    • Remember cooked food is just as addictive to pets as it is to us.
    • It is common for pets to go through healing reactions around Day 4 of transitioning. Common healing reactions include:
      • Vomiting after eating. Simply allow the pet to fast until the next day.
      • Waking up with hot inflamed welts along the side they slept on. This usually clears within a few hours. They may wake up like this for a few days. Place the pet on a cool mat or let it sleep on a thin sheet on tiled floors such as bathroom and laundry floors. Keep the pet dry. An air conditioner is also beneficial at this point.
  • Please keep in mind that animals will eventually eat much less than before and that’s totally normal and expected. In fact, it is a sign of a healthier animal.
Pet MFS Hybrid™© (Can be adopted as a lifestyle):

Herbal Tinctures:

  • Star Formation 4 or Super 6 Herbal Tincture Kits. In some cases, it is beneficial to add extra tinctures.
  • See above for details.

Water:

  • Use Calcium Plasma Water.
  • Leave water available for 2 hours after offering food. During heat waves, make sure water is always available.
  • See above for details.

PetPlasmaPudding:

  • Mix PetPlasmaPudding dry ingredients with one of the options provided.
  • See above for details.

Food:

  • One meal per day (within a small eating-window).
  • Start with PetPlasmaPudding, then the meal.
  • See above for details.

Dry Fasting:

  • Daily: 15-18 hours.
  • Weekly: 24 hours, with the moon phases (new moon/first quarter/full moon/last quarter).
  • Keep pet cool at all times, especially while dry fasting.
  • Provide a warm, clean and comfortable bed.
Pet Full MFS™© (for critically ill and/or over-weight pets):

Herbal Tinctures:

  • Star Formation 4 or Super 6 Herbal Tincture Kits. In some cases, it is beneficial to add extra tinctures.
  • See above for details.

Water:

  • Use Calcium Plasma Water.
  • Leave water available for 2 hours after offering PetPlasmaPudding. During heat waves, make sure water is always available.
  • See above for details.

PetPlasmaPudding:

  • Mix PetPlasmaPudding dry ingredients with one of the liquid options. Basically, we want to keep the diet liquid to avoid digestion.
  • For meat-based stocks, remove the skin and all fat before cooking, and skim the fat from top of the stock after cooking.
  • We want the consistency of the PetPlasmaPudding to be jelly-like (soft), not solid on Full MFS.
  • See above for details.

Dry Fasting:

  • Daily: 15-18 hours.
  • Weekly: A minimum of 24 hours, but may extend it to 48 hours (the longer the dry fast, the more powerful the detox), with the moon phases (new moon/first quarter/full moon/last quarter).
  • Keep pet cool at all times, especially while dry fasting.
  • Provide a warm, clean and comfortable bed.

COMMON HEALING REACTIONS:

  • Vomiting/throwing up food
  • Heat rashes
  • General unwell feeling and lack of energy
  • Diarrhoea
  • Unusual behaviours

Like us, pets break out before they heal and can have variable healing reactions.

TOOLS:

  • Enemas:
    • It is strongly recommended to get an enema kit for you pet.
    • For chronically ill pets, you want to master the pet enema.
    • If your pet is in pain and it’s obvious that it is constipated, give it a warm Kidney Tea enema.
  • When pet is overheating:
    • Use an air conditioner, if available.
    • Move it to a cooler place and lay wet towels over chairs in front of the animal. Remember to keep the pet always dry during healing reactions.
    • Allow pet to lick on frozen Calcium Plasma Water or Kidney Tea (we do not want it drinking while dry fasting).
    • Walk the dog or cat on a cool damp grass daily.
    • During heat waves, it is preferable to use an air conditioner and/or leave the pet in cool place with tiled floors such as the bathroom/laundry room, especially while dry fasting and/or experiencing healing reactions.
  • Use neck cone to keep dog safe from reaching rashes and injuries, especially during healing reactions.
  • Ensure regular movement and play (very important emotional and physical well-being).
  • Massage the pet’s kidneys using a burnt stick. Click here to learn about the burnt stick. 
  • Expose pet to sunlight regularly.
  • Take dogs to the beach for grounding and earthing.
  • Provide a warm, clean and comfortable bed.
  • Reassure the pet that everything is always OK.
  • Provide lots of love.

TURPENTINE PROTOCOL:

  • So far, tested on dogs, cats and ferrets.
  • Always administer at the tip of the tail for slow release into the body.
  • Administer in the cool of the evening, with the moon phases (new moon/first quarter/full moon/last quarter)
  • Dose:
    • 1/4 teaspoon for ferrets, mini cats and mini dog breeds.
    • 1/3 teaspoon for small cats and small dog breeds.
    • 1/2 teaspoon for large cats and medium dog breeds.
    • 3/4 teaspoon for giant cats and large dog breeds.
    • 1 teaspoon for giant sized dog breeds.
    • Pets with special needs may require a different dose. For more information, please make a post in our Post – Master Fast System: Transition, Tips & Info. Facebook group and tag (avoid private messaging) our MFS admin Michelle Gibson.
  • Healing reactions include feeling drunk at first. The best way to deal with this is to take the dogs for a walk and add extra toys for cats and ferrets to play with. Basically, distraction is the best way to go about this healing reaction.

For further questions and/or concerns regarding the MFS for Pets protocol, please make a post in our Post – Master Fast System: Transition, Tips & Info. Facebook group and tag (avoid private messaging) our MFS admin Michelle Gibson.

We give our thanks to Michelle Gibson for her amazing work in creating MFS for Pets. She has 40 plus years of experience working with different types of animals, and has been on the MFS for over 1.5 years (completed two 108-day MFS’s and living on MFS Hybrid).