Ayurvedic treatment for Cancer

Ayurvedic treatment for cancer

Cancer is a neoplasm that might be Arbuda (small neoplasm) or Granthi. An aggressive or non-inflammatory neoplasm (big neoplasm). In other words, cancer develops due to an unstable metabolism and an unbalanced body composition, which leads to inappropriate cell division and proliferation. Systemic Ojas or vivid vitality, are drained as a result.

The World Health Organization claims that cancer is the deadliest disease in the world. Scientists are focusing on a novel approach with some Ayurvedic roots due to the yearly rising instances and repeated failures to discover a treatment.

Ayurveda and Cancer

The world’s oldest system of medicine is Ayurveda. Many patients find that therapies like aromatherapy help them cope with cancer better. The three components of life are:

  • Boby
  • Mind
  • Spirit

They are interconnected and create a symphony of life that is a driving force for variables that support health and healing. Ayurveda also maintains a whole health balance, boosts immunity, promotes the body’s natural healing process and speeds up recovery while managing cancer. Better screening and early detection play a crucial role in cancer treatment.


Food's items that are beneficial for the health

The truth is that eating a nutritious diet promotes good health. A higher rate of rehabilitation can be seen when healthy food is consumed regularly. It might be challenging to convince someone to choose a healthy lifestyle after living one that is harmful. As a result, when receiving cancer therapy, Ayurveda emphasizes nutrition while maintaining a healthy eating habit (Pathya).


Several of the herbs and remedies used in cancer treatment for healing includes:

  •  Calamus
  • Turmeric
  • Manjista
  •  Long Peppers
  •  Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica)
  •  Saussurea lappa
  • Ficus bengalensis are used to minimize the tumor’s size
  • Basella Rubra and Malabar spinach are used when a tumour is malignant
  • Old-fashioned instructions for Yavani Takra with fermented buttermilk is prepared with Hyoscyamus niger/henbane seeds.

The weakened body components are first removed using panchakarma and the proper cleansing procedures. Afterwards, herbs are applied locally to the tumor, including bilwa, arjuna, kusta and guduchi. Surgery may be used to remove a tumor when it has reached its full maturity. Depending on the features and characteristics of the tumor and where it is originated Cauterization, leech therapy and alkaline therapy are used. Herbal decoctions are used to wash the wounds and to speed up the healing process.

Treatment of Malignant Tumors

When herbal medication fails and doctors opt for cutting-edge surgical treatment, cleaning takes action. Heating the herbs to treat the inflamed areas. The next step is to do surgery to remove the malignant tumor from its root and remove the contents of the tumor. The next stage is to use Cauterization to prevent a recurrence. The wound is treated with closures and a plaster made of healing plants.

Ayurvedic formulations can minimize the side effects of allopathic cancer chemotherapy and offer protection from the adverse reactions of anti-cancer radiation, benign tumors, malignancies and precancerous growth.


Ayurveda treatment for cancer prevention and relaxation is expanding at a good rate. The effectiveness of moringa and curcumin has paved the path for novel drugs and treatments. Ayurvedic medications are being adapted by medical professionals and researchers worldwide for adjuvant therapy and palliative care. Natural herbal remedies can strengthen the immune system, reduce weakness and relieve stress while protecting the body from unhealthy tissue growth. These Ayurvedic herbs are non-toxic and safe due to their high antioxidant and anti-inflammatory content.

Author:   Dr. Arjun Raj

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