Bone Cancer Treatment in Ayurveda, Ayurvedic Bone Cancer Treatment, Bone Cancer Treatment In Ayurveda, Natural way of treatment for Bone Cancer
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Bone cancer develops when the cell multiplies and forms a mass or mass of abnormal cells. It can be classified as primary bone cancer and secondary bone cancer. The cancer that begins in the bones is known as primary bone cancer. Cancer that begins in another part of the body, that is the lung, breast, stomach, rectum, prostate, thyroid, kidneys are known as secondary bone cancer.
Karn-ancestor, radiation, or any kind of injury.
Symptoms – Night, fever, severe pain in the bones at night sweats, swelling around the bone
Blood test, urine test, MRI, T-scan, biopsy
Our unique combination of herbal and dietary recommendations is quite effective and beneficial recovery for the patient.
The combination of anti-cancer herbs mentioned in Ayurveda at Charak Samhita, Chakradatam, Shushurat Samhita. The herbs are harvested taking into account the spiritual guidelines mentioned in ancient Ayurvedic texts, extracts are harvested and treated, preserving the essence in a form suitable to make them ingested and quick and easy to use when the dose decreases.
Our standardized extract based herbal medications shall, primarily contain the following herbs:
- Wheat leaves
It is known that several minerals increase the activity of herbs in the body by increasing the rate of action of herb collectors. In addition to this, minerals are known to enhance the body’s immune defenses, making them more able to distinguish between useful cells in the body and cells harmful to the body, so that cells that are not useful to the body are swallowed.
Some of the metallic preparations recommendable in your patient will be:
- Coral compound
Gold, ribbon, pond and other metals have been used in the form of organometallic compounds in various types of treatment with great success. The best part of the use of metal combinations is due to its “AHUKARI” effect. From ashukari it is understood that the thing that acts very fast and that the metal preparations act from the first dosage very useful to fight the diseases that spread rapidly. Metals have a property that selectively digest all types of cancerous cells. or do not damage normal cells (unlike chemotherapy that damages both cells).
Some of the metallic preparations recommendable in your patient will be:
- Swarna Wasant malti Rasam
- Ratnakar Rasam
- Rajat Bhasma
- Tapyaadi loham brihat (with silver)
- Wyadi haran Rasam
- Brihat watt chintamani rasam
Ayurvedic Aspect of Carcinoma
As far as ayurveda is concerned, it believes in the doctorine of Dhatus. The dhatus are seven in number:
- Rasa Dhatu( Lymph)
- Rakat Dhatu (Blood)
- Masam dhatu (Skin and Muscles)
- Meda Dhatu (Body fat)
- Aasti Dhatu (Bone)
- Majja Dhatu ( Bone Marrow)
- Shukra Dhatu
It is believed that every day, when we eat meals, food gradually goes from one dhat to another dhatu process and the whole dhatus is nourished therefore.
A dhatu connects to the next micro-channel dhatu known as srotasam
Now, when a person develops cancer, it is the next adjoining dhatu who actually has problems and is dependent. The reason is that the microchannels after dhatu linking a dhatu to another dhatu are blocked and the excess of nutrition begins to increase a type of cells that are produced by the previous Dhatu
Now for curing this condition, one has to work on two levels:
a) Purifying spoiled Dhatu (Working on cells, preventing excessive cell division and preventing tumor cell formation and increasing the scanning process for already deposited cancer cells)
b) Purify the locked microchannels after spoiled Dhatu, providing only the necessary power. Once cleansed, it stops the excessive flow of undesirable nutrients to cancer, so that the cancer cells stop unnecessary feeding, leading to their gradual removal from the body.
Below Mentioned is our module of treatment which we follow in each cancer patient:
No cell in the body is cancerous and at the same time every cell in the body has the capacity to become a cancer cell. Traditional Indian Medicine, Ayurveda, has a unique view of the mechanism that prevents the change of a normal cell in tumor cells, the growth of cancer cells in the human body. However, when this mechanism is altered, it makes the body susceptible to the development of different types of tumors.
- Disturbance in Homeostasis -Primary Factor
- Harmful Immunomodulations – Secondary Factor
- Doshic types of Cancer and Diversification
- Diversification of Cancer by Doshic Location
Ayurveda, Karka Code, Sutranath Due to a primary factor manipulation Homostesis is the cause of the disease in the first chapter 1, 57, vata, pitta and kapha (tridosha) that describes three defective bodies.
“VATA PITTA KAPHA CHAUKTAM SHARIRA DOSHA SANGRAHAM”
Doshas can be explained more accurately as chemical substances in the body. In addition to having different parameters such as Hb, TLC, Bilirubin, etc. controlled in the modern world, the ancients had hit all of these chemicals in three main groups: chemicals -VayuGrouup (Vata) -Pitta Chemicals Group (Pitta) – Kapha Chemical Group (Kapha)
According to Ayurvedic theory, the three dosha are responsible for maintaining a stable balance in physiology (ie, when they remain in their proper levels in the body they charge the entire body process in a normal way and promote good health) homeostasis is maintained.
The inability of the body to maintain homeostasis is a primary indication of bad health because the body is unable to adapt to internal or external stimuli. This inability to respond to bad health indicates the lack of functional response to internal and external stimuli. The result of this reduced response is insufficient immune response (autoimmune) or little or no immune response (or inadequate immune response suppressed). Thus the first basis for the factors responsible for transitioning normal cells to tumor cells is altered levels of tridosha, i.e
VITIATION OF VATA
VITIATION OF PITTA
VITIATION OF KAPHA
It can be one, any two or three of them completely imbalanced which form the very base of this disease.
In addition, in Ayurvedic thinking the concept of ingested substance (liquid or solid) that is absorbed into the circulation that contributes to the alteration of normal homeostasis. The Ayurvedic term for this non-assimilated / non-eliminated matter that is circulating with Isama’s blood.
“Jatharanalayamdorballayatam, Vipakvamastuyorasam SeahAAmSangakyoDehayam, SarvaDoshamPrakopam.”
It can also be one, two or three are very unpolluted which is the very basis of this disease.
In addition, it is absorbed in contributing to the loss of the common homostisis that is the Ayurvedic circulation harvest material (rain or solid). Ayurvedic for the matter, where the non-self / unrelated, which is spreading in the blood ashram.
Harmful Immunomodulations Secondary Factor
Ayurveda claims that the ability to respond to stress factors, both physical and mental, is related to the intrinsic strength of the individual. This concept in Ayurveda is represented by the term Baala. There are two types of Baala, inherent and developed. This idea of intrinsic strength is altered by lifestyle and aging process.
Another primary idea in Ayurvedic thinking is that of a primordial essence that supports the intrinsic force of the person. This concept, Ojas, is a form of refined extract of cellular nutrients that is created by the correct metabolism of food and its resulting refinement through various enzymatic systems and actions, mainly at cellular level.
Ras ——> Rakatam ——> Masam ——> Medam ——> Aasti ——> Majja——> Shukram ——> Oojam (Immune system is a part of Oojam/Ojas)
It is indicated that Ojas is also of two types, inherent and developed. This theory is worthy of note, as it states that Ojas supports the primary force, Baala, as well as the primary structures of the organism, supporting cell growth and function. There is no direct relationship with an equivalent concept in modern anatomy and physiology. The refined extract of cellular nutrients can be modified by the life and aging process.
Once the body Dhatus does not form properly or once there is a Dushti in the channels connecting a dhatu to the other, that dhatu becomes more prone to AAma’s accumulation in its place making it more susceptible to development and tumor cell growth.
At the same time, since nutrition is mainly consumed by cancer cells, less Oja forms, which otherwise would control tumor cell growth. Because of the reduction in oja levels, the immune system is unable to attack tumor cells to control their growth at first.
Rather it becomes a vicious circle, the longer the development of cancer cells, the less nutrition that enters the Ojas formation, the lesser the body’s ability to fight the growth of these cells.
Doshic types of Cancer and Diversification
According to Ayurveda, pathologies are caused by dosha. The further development of symptom manifestation follows the traits and attributes of the causal dosha. Cancer, like other diseases that are difficult to treat, is often considered as a disease of the three dosha together. In Ayurveda this is reflected as a disorder of the three dosha.i.e. a disorder in many types of body chemicals simultaneously.
Despite the concept of multiple management problems of homeostasis, Ayurveda generally considers the disease as one of the three dosha.
SINCE EACH KIND OF DOSHA GIVES PARTICUAR TYPES OF SIGNS/SYMPTOMS IN THE BODY WHEN IT IS VITIATED (WHEN IT’S LEVEL IS DISTURBED), SO AN EXPERIENCED PHYSICIAN CAN JUDGE THE CONCERNED DOSHA RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PARTICULAR TYPE OFCANCER.
This is useful both in diagnosis and treatment, as it is possible to identify the alteration of homeostasis. Once the functional aspect of system communication has been identified, individualized modularity of the treatment can be developed and implemented.
Given this dosha participation scheme, we may judge, according to Ayurveda, the difficulty in treating cancer. For example, the implication of the three dosha would indicate a very difficult or unmanageable pathology. Two of the doshas involved indicate a difficult case of cancer to cure but most likely to be successful in treatment. A single dosha as the only cause and pathological manifestation would, for cancer, be treated, or at least treatable at some point. Therefore, the number of dosha involved in the disease directly reduces the likelihood of success in the treatment. aspect that concerns Vatadosha the intelligent principle of homeostasis that controls communication, movement and coordination. Cancer that is metabolic, enzymatic and evolves at a moderate rate refers to Pitta dosha the intelligent principle of homeostasis that controls metabolism and transformation. Slowly developing cancer manifests itself as a tumor or congestive disorder that relates to Kaphadoha the clever homeostasis principle that controls the lubrication and structure. The tumor that incorporates two or three of the above indications shows the number of doses involved in the disease. According to Ayurveda, the greatest number of combined dosha major symptoms is the difficulty of diagnosis and treatment. 4. Diversification of Cancer by doshic Location From dosha can be compared to chemical substances in the body, so that in the body a particular chemical substance in the body is abundant in a given site, for example, Bile accumulates in the liver what the liver is the organ of this chhematic body. Similar to the chemical group Vata, Pitta and Kapha, there are suitable sites in the body where these chemicals are abundant. According to Ayurveda Vatadosha controls functions in the following points: colon, urinary bladder, bones, lungs, skin, ears, brain. According to Ayurveda, Pitta dosha controls functions at the following locations: small intestines, liver, gallbladder, heart, pancreas, blood (hemoglobin), endocrine glands, uterus, stomach, sweat glands, skin, eyes, brain. According to Ayurveda Kaphadosha controls functions in the following positions: lungs, stomach, pancreas, testicles, ovaries, lymphatic tissue (including breast tissue), kidneys, blood (plasma), sweat glands, skin, mouth and throat, of the bone marrow, the brain. Hence, cancers related to these organs can be controlled for Vata, Pitta or Kapha. Conclusion Cancer after Ayurveda can be concluded following the following process:
a) fault (difference of Vatta, Pitta and Kapha)b) Formation of AAm
c) Srotodushti (Disturbance of microcirculation of the body)
d) OjaKshayam (Decreased immunity due to various factors)
e) Decreased Aagni.
The resulting vision of ayurvedic disease offers the possibility to develop individualized treatment modules based on causal factors. The causal factor will be one of the three doshas that avoids proper functional communication due to dietary habits, diet, side effects of medications, environmental chemicals, or psychosomatic reasons that have not been addressed in this article. The possible causes of dysfunction of the dosha function are unlimited. If you identify the causes should be eliminated and homeostasis should be reestablished. By detecting causal factors that inhibit the immune response, the treatments that restore the homeostasis will also allow the innate immunity power (Baala) to appear at a general level. If the innate strength is sufficient, the extract of refined cellular nutrients (Ojas) would allow and support proper cellular cell communication. The enzymatic activity (Agni) present in all cellular functions would therefore be stimulated to remove any unabsorbed substance (AAm) accumulated over time and which had been deposited through the tissues from the circulatory system. This combined activity would increase tumor cell suppression mechanisms, resulting in the reduction of tumor cells and their proliferation, thus forming the basis of Ayurvedic cancer treatment. .
Anyway, we want to add that, regardless of whether the patient is receiving treatment for this condition, you can always come to us to advise and always try to provide the best guidelines for our best knowledge.