Ayurvedic Perspective and Cancer Management

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Ayurveda, one of the major traditional forms of medical practice in India, has provided many useful leads in the development of drugs for chronic diseases.

Ayurveda is a complex healing system that originated in India thousands of years ago. Historical evidence for Ayurveda can be found in the ancient books of wisdom known as the Vedas, written over 6,000 years ago. Ayurveda offers new approaches to cancer prevention that are considered safe.

Classic Ayurvedic texts make several references to cancer. Many terms used to describe the condition are general, while others are much more specific.

Charaka and Sushruta Samhita (700 BC) described the equivalent of cancer as granthi (benign or minor tumor) and arbuda (malignant or major tumor). Both can be inflammatory or non-inflammatory depending on the doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) involved.

The term dosha describes the three principles that govern the psychophysiological response and pathological changes in the body.

Ayurveda has described health as the balanced coordination of these three systems in body, mind, and consciousness.

The fundamental theory of Ayurvedic treatment is based on restoring the balance between these three main body systems.

Tridoshic tumors are usually malignant because the body’s three main senses of humor are not coordinated with each other, resulting in a disease state.

Arbuda is the more specific term for a cancerous malignancy. Gulma is another reference used to describe any palpable hard mass in the abdomen. It is any hard tumor mass in the abdominal area, which can be benign or malignant.

The Ayurvedic classification of neoplasms depends on several clinical symptoms related to the tridoshas.

Group A:

Diseases that can be called clear malignancies, including arbuda and granthi, such as mamsarbuda (sarcomas) and raktarbuda (leukemia), mukharbuda (cancer of the mouth) and asadhya vrana (incurable or malignant ulcers).

Group B:

Diseases that may be considered cancer or probable malignancy, such as ulcers and tumors. Examples of these are mamsaja oshtharoga (growth of lips), asadhya galganda (incurable thyroid tumor), tridosaja gulmas, and asadhya udara roga (abdominal tumors such as carcinomas or lymphomas of stomach and liver).

Group C:

Diseases with the possibility of malignancy, such as visarpa (erysipelas), asadhya kamala (incurable jaundice), asadhya pradara (dysmenorrhea or refractory leucorrhoea), and tridosaja nadi vrana (refractory sinusitis).

At DIVYALIFE, we offer effective cancer treatment, focusing on the principle of detoxification and rejuvenation.

Our Treatment Consists of:

• Shamana chikitsa (treatment with oral Ayurvedic medicines)

• Shodhana chikitsa (panchakarma therapy detox)

• Rasayana chikitsa (immunotherapy, rejuvenation, or Kayakalpa)

• Diet and lifestyle management

• Satvavajaya (advice)

• Daiva vyapashraya chikitsa (divine therapy), Yoga, and Pranayama are also

   suggested according to the patient’s needs and condition.

Our cancer therapies are based on the philosophy of killing cancer cells whenever possible and destroying any cells that remain.

Our Ayurvedic treatments can be safely combined with chemotherapy and radiotherapy procedures to minimize side effects. Even in surgical treatment, this treatment can be started immediately for greater healing and, above all, to prevent metastases.

Early detection and early medical or surgical interventions are considered key factors in effectively fighting cancer. Likewise, early Ayurvedic treatment as joint therapy produces the best possible results.

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