I stumbled upon this post about fibroamylgia and how lipomas are often associated in the disease. Some woman had a dog that had lipomas and the vet had said nothing could be done to them.
The woman took no for an answer and started to research and posted to another site and got a reply from a another vet that she could try Essiac tea.
Essiac tea is known for it's possible anticancer properties.
Essiac is an herbal blend often made into a tea. In alternative medicine, it's sometimes used to shrink tumors, cancerous or otherwise. While there seems to be a lot of anecdotal evidence of effectiveness, there's not a lot of scientific evidence behind it. The NIH says we don't yet know enough to recommend for or against it.
However, a 2007 study shuggests that Essiac is an antioxidant, immune modulator and detoxifier. It also may help break up blood clots. All the research isn't positive, though -- one study shows that Essiac may actually stimulate the growth of breast cancer cells.
I post this and plan to do some more research later. Does anyone have an opinion on this?