Austin, TX:

Austin, TX: My palomino horse Beau began to develop tumors on his neck about six years earlier and no matter what I tried it had no effect on them and they were getting worse. I had heard about Equine Touch and thought it would wok in well with Beau’s training and got in Pam Cantwell who worked on Beau once a week for about four weeks when I noticed that the base of the tumors were shrinking, on the last week one of them became very bloody and actually fell off. I had it investigated and the lab found it was rare type of cancer. I continued with the Equine Touch sessions and a few weeks later all the tumors had dropped off, the body’s own healing system appeared to have been boosted enough to handle the problem. Deb Brown, Chief of Police SUT. TX

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