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Can Ayurvedic Treatment Cure Cancer?

A glimpse on Ayurveda

Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medical system that has its roots in the Vedic period. Rather than being a medical treatment, it is a holistic approach that focuses more on the causes of any ailments and possible ways of improving the body immune system. According to Ayurveda, any ailment is a result of an imbalance in the bodily or mental doshas. In Ayurveda,  for any particular ailment or disease, it is not treated with just any specific medicine as is the case with modern medicinal practice, but a wide range of therapies along with medicines are used over a period of time while continuously analysing the response of the body. The Ayurvedic system of medicine believes that the human body is made of 3 elements known as doshas and that a person’s health depends on the balance of all 3 doshas.

Ayurveda treatment for cancer keralaUnderstanding Cancer

Cancer is a term given to define a group of related diseases, which results in abnormal cell multiplication in one or many parts of a human body. It is basically caused by certain changes that happen to genes due to one reason or the other, which includes hereditary, exposure to tobacco, UV rays etc… If a genetic modification occurs that results in changes in the way it controls the behaviour of our cells, especially cell growth and division, the normal growth pattern is affected thereby resulting in having one too many cells in the human body. Cancer in each person is a result of a unique genetic modification or a combination of genetic changes. Additional changes tend to occur once the Cancer continues to advance.

Ayurveda and Cancer

As mentioned previously, Ayurveda focuses on helping the body restore its balance. In Ayurveda, people who seek Ayurvedic treatment for Cancer are often given touch and aromatherapies which are said to help them cope up with the disease and treatment thereafter. As the essence of Ayurveda and its approach to ailments depicts, it stimulates the self-healing capability of our body as opposed to the aggressive body treatments practised in Western medicine. Ayurvedic treatment is a combination of a wide range of therapies, attention to diet, and usage of medicines and herbs known to purify and aid natural recovery of tissues, help the body go through the disease by enabling the body to recover and rejuvenate.

Research on the anti Cancer effect of plant-based medicines prescribed by the practitioners in Ayurvedic treatment of Cancer is being conducted rigorously to explore further into Ayurveda and herb-based medicines mentioned in the Vedic texts. Among the medications prescribed for Ayurvedic treatment of Cancer, Varanadi Ghritam and Indukantham Ghritham have been found beneficial. There are certain plants or herbs that are known to have positive effects on the management of a disease. Following radiation therapy,  these herbs, once taken, may selectively protect normal cells or aids their ability to improve or repair themselves.

Ayurveda Hospital for Cancer Treatment

Studies have found out that more number of people in India believe in alternate therapies and take them up owing to the relatively lower chances of having side effects from treatments. Of the pilot studies that were conducted, it was confirmed that those who underwent traditional cancer treatment including chemo and radiation therapy along with ayurvedic treatment for cancer, were found to have reduced side effects including hair fall, fall in vital parameters etc.

What makes Ayurvedic treatment for Cancer different?

Unlike western medicine and its treatment path of managing symptoms, ayurvedic treatment for Cancer focuses more on finding the root cause of the disease and starts by detoxifying the body so that the body can respond effectively to the medicines that are used to treat the root cause of the disease. In Ayurvedic treatment for Cancer, diet and lifestyle plays as equal a role as medicine does in helping the body get back and fight the disease in the best possible manner. As Ayurveda focuses on underlying health issues and thereby the root causes of a disease, possibilities of having an untreated health issue affecting the recovery of a person is less.

Ayurvedic Treatment for Cancer

For ayurvedic treatment and recovery of a person, recuperation is as important as getting to the root cause is. For that, a dedicated team of doctors and ayurvedic practitioners are always available at Sreerudra Ayurveda hospital for Cancer treatment. By helping the patient get their body and mind in total harmony, the doctors see the progress of those entrusted to them with the best available treatment plans.

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