Ayurvedic Approach and Herbs to Prevent Cancer

Ayurvedic Treatment of Cancer

World Cancer Day was celebrated on 4th February 2019 and this brings the limelight back on the deadly disease, which seems to be afflicting more and more as years go by. While world over is conducting research on how to cure the Big C, Ayurveda brings us an interesting perspective on how to approach this disease. It is a disease that is known to become crazy and influence the surrounding tissues and the organs. At the point when, over some stretch of time, toxins gather at the site of a specific organ; it might result in deadly development in its surrounding cells.

Ayurvedic approach to treatment of Cancer: Ayurvedic treatment for cancer is extremely inside and out and holistic in its approach. Ayurveda treats the disease as per the specific idea of the patient. Treatment does not just focus on the region of the danger but on the whole system, as the entire organism must have come back to the agreement for the disease to be dealt with for all time and not repeat elsewhere. The body must be filtered off the toxins that cause the cells to assault the body. Treatment includes the administration of blood cleansing herbs alongside the appropriation of a detoxifying diet. Circulatory stimulant herbs are also prescribed to advance dissemination, shift stagnation of the blood, increase the effective end of toxins and assist in recuperating the tissues.

A few herbs that are useful during the treatment are as below:

Amla: Amla contains sources of Vitamin C, quercetin, phyllaemblic compounds, Gallic corrosive, tannin, flavonoids, pectin and various polyphonic compounds, making it the ruler of restoration. Scientific research of three decades has demonstrated the conventional use of amla to be right. Research facility trials of amla extracts have shown its capacity to kill and avoid the development of cancer cells while not hurting the solid cells.
Garlic: Garlic is a known anti-bacterial agent with the ability to control the formation and activation of cancer-causing agents. The WHO(World Health Organization) recommends at least 2-5 grams of garlic daily for adults.

Other herbs include Turmeric, Ashwagandha, Holy Basil and Ginger.

Itoozhi Ayurveda is one of the leading Ayurvedic hospitals in Kerala and conducts therapies to mitigate lifestyle diseases.

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