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ABOUT CANCER

(1) Allopathic Science Inspired From Ayurveda
In ancient times the rishis of vedic discipline have given many methods of treatment which are very similar to modern cancer treatment methods, and also Ayurvedic treatments are without side effects that are widely experienced and feared in allopathic science.

Radiation (Swedan):-
In allopathy heavy metals (radioactive) are used to give radiation to cancer affected parts of the body.
In Ayurveda the Methods are:

(i)
The tumor is applied with medicated oils and an ointment which is then covered with a metal plate made of different metals including gold silver, copper etc. these plates when applied on the tumor in heated state produce radiation which kills cancerous cells.
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Heated pre-medicated oils are poured on the tumor which is one type of radiation.
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Medicines are applied on the tumor in the form of a paste bound in bandage and heated, is one type of radiation.
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Medicated steam is used in Panchkarma therapy to remove toxins from the body.

Surgery:-
Like in modern medicine, Ayurveda devotes one whole section on surgery called Sushrut, given by the sage Sushrut.

In some cancerous tumors maggots start developing in the tumors when gangrene sets in shushrut has given guidelines for natural surgery of these tumors by maggots by allowing them to eat away the cancerous cells and then through herbal medicines and complex surgical procedures the tumor is naturally healed.

Since Ayurveda is much older than modern science, it can be inferred upon that modern allopathic science draws it’s roots from Ayurveda.

(2) Cancer: - Effects of Ayurvedic Treatments

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Ayurvedic treatment in cancer is completely free from side effects.
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Food also becomes a part of treatment.
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Ayurvedic treatment improves metabolism in the patient.
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Increases the digestion power in the body.
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Rejuvenates the body, increasing the self confidence of the patient. Resulting in positive improvement.
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Tumor or the ulcer caused by the cancer gets localized first, reducing the chances of metastasis in other parts or organs, and is subsequently eradicated from the body.
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Regular intake of medicines reduces the chances of recurrence.
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In a deadly disease like cancer, the patients quality of life improves, adding years and peace to his life. 
(ix)
Compared to modern treatments it is much less expensive and effective. The rate of success depends on the regularity of the patient in intake of medicines and care taken in observance of food and life style.

(3) Cancer foods that help:-
- Consume cow ghee more
- Consume goat milk
- Consume sesame oil as a cooking medium.
- Sprouted beans, soups of vegetables, nuts, raisins, figs.
- Fresh seasonal fruit juices to be consumed more
- Special herbal juice therapy is very helpful in controlling cancerous growth.

(4) Diet for specific cancers:-
- Fat free diet in liver cancers
- Water and fluid restricted diet in, ascitis, plural, peritoneal, pericardial cancers
- Nuts in brain, bone and blood cancers
- Salt free diet in renal cancers.
- Non-spiced diet in Gastro Intestinal tract cancers.

(5) Food articles to be avoided:- Deep fried foods
- Junk and fast foods
- Tin packed foods
- Spicy foods
- Vatta dosha aggravating foods


(6) Cancer: - Causes and symptoms
Causes

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Cancer is caused by improper usage of indriyas or senses in carrying out day to day activities (Improper karmas-deeds).
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The cell division- Improper division of cells, due to carcinogenic substances, also causes cancer.
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Foods – Improper eating habits can produce cncer.
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Tobacco – Smoking either direct or indirect, can cause cancer, chewing of tobacco etc. are known to be carcinogenic.
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Alcohol Consumption of alcohol in abnormal quantities, is known to cause cancer of the liver especially, and all major organs of the body.
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Industrial pollutants – Asbestos dust from factories, coal dust in mines, cement in factories and construction work, fumes from foundries, drinking of water from stangant sources, river, wells etc. polluted by these toxic chemicals is known to cause cancer.
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Breathing polluted air – Air that contains vehicular smoke, industrial smoke, causes cancers.
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Viruses – Some female reproductive organs when affected by viruses, produce cancerous growth.
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Genetic factors – Hereditary genetic constitution of the body is also responsible for the production of cancerous growth.
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Cancer can take place in any part of the body. According to Ayurveda when ama toxins get accumulated in any part of the body, it takes the form of a tumour or ulcer, which keeps growing.
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Liver is responsible for the removal of toxins from the body, if the liver is not functioning properly these toxins start getting accumulated in the body, forming cancerous growth in the body.
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When there is imbalance of potassium and sodium in the body it produces cancer.
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When the Sapta Dhatus are affected by toxins, cancer is caused.
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Repeated growth of tumor in any part of the body causes cancer, and any dosha aggravated for a long duration.


Symptoms:

- Vocal cords are affected, difficulty in speaking.
- Ulcers in the mouth, which are recurrent in nature.
- Cough and saliva sometimes contain traces of blood.
- Difficulty in swallowing or eating food.
- Blood oozing from any part of the body without any explainable reason.
- Fever unexplained, for long duration of time.
- Reduction in body weight and overall stamina to work.
- Tumor or swelling in any part of the body.
- Changes in bowel movement habits.
- Heavy stomach and pain.
- Continuous vomiting, in spite of medicines.
- Difficulty in passing stool, bleeding from rectum.
- Accidental fracture in bones, difficulty in healing.
- Heaviness in the head, nausea, vomiting, uneasiness, sudden may be temporary blindness etc.
- Difficulty in passing urine, burning sensations in the urinary tract.
- Lack of appetite, and heaviness in stomach.
- If you have any of the above or similar symptoms, we strongly recommend a thorough check for possible cancerous growth.

(7) Changes in lifestyles:

- Improper eating habits:
(i) Overeating or eating soon after a full meal.
(ii) Water in access  quantity during eating
(iii) Drinking cold drinks or chilled water during a meal.
(iv) Eating when constipated.
(v) Eating in-compatible food combinations.
(vi) Drugs and Alcohol to be avoided at all costs.

- Role of exercise
Exercise should also be in harmony with one’s doshic constitution. Normally kapha predominant individuals can undertake the most rigorous of exercise, pitta individuals can undertake medium amount of exercise and vatta individuals the least of the three. Walking or swimming are the best exercises of all.

- Choose a balanced lifestyle
Emotions of anger, fear, or anxiety, arise from reactions to our daily relationships. These reactions take place due to our inattentive mental state of being. One needs to pay attention to one’s thoughts and emotions, and to create more positive thoughts and emotions, if a person fails to do so the negative emotions will eat up into his physical and mental health.

- Meditation and prayer
Meditation plays a very important part in a person’s life and is very important in maintaining health. Meditation is watching the mind in clear awareness, without any judgments. Meditation is the art of being in the moment, no past no future, no thoughts. This moment to moment awareness brings a cleansing to the body, mind and consciousness. Joy and peace will be arising more and more, life becomes a spontaneous phenomenon and not a burden. Meditation is a technique of perennial mental and physical health.

 

(Prepared by Divyajyot Ayurvedic Research foundation India. We are conducting research and treatment in Ayurvedic herbal cure of cancer since last 25 years. The data and information contained on this site is based on Ayurvedic herbal wisdom and our research.)