Ayurvedic Treatment For Cancer

Cancer Types

Cancer Treatment- Ayurvedic Cancer Treatment

Mouth Cancer: Also known as oral cancer, where the tumor develops on the surface of the tongue, mouth, lips, or gums. HPV (human papillomavirus) is one of the groups of viruses that affect the skin and mouth. Over time, oral cancer may spread to other parts of the mouth, neck, and head, and eventually to other parts of the body.

The reason for this – the smoke consumes more, tobacco, alcohol consumption

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. 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.

Symptoms – Night, fever, severe pain in the bones at night sweats, swelling around the bone

Breast Cancer :is a malignant cancer that begins in the breast cells and forms a lump in the chest. The tumor cells begin to begin in the lobe cells and other breast tissue, but later the cells can travel to other parts of the body through the lymphatic system. Because of the size of mass formation of breast changes, it can be due to many reasons like obesity, lack of exercise, alcohol consumption, and most notably hereditary. Try to detect breast cancer by beam biopsy or mammography.

Common Symptoms: – The next pain, the redness of the skin, it can sometimes be applied to the nipples of the blood, the breast needs.

Metastatic Cancer: is cancer that has spread from the body part where it started (the primary site) to other parts of the body. When cancer cells separate from a tumor, they can travel to other areas of the body through the circulatory system or the lymphatic system (which contains a collection of vessels that carry fluid and immune system cells).

If cells travel through the lymphatic system, they may end up in nearby lymph nodes (small collections of bean size immune cells) or may spread to other organs. More often, tumor cells that separate from the main tumor cross the bloodstream. Once in the blood, they can go anywhere in the body. Many of these cells die, but some may settle in a new area, begin to grow and form new tumors. This spread of cancer in a new part of the body is called Metastatic Cancer

Liver Cancer :It is also known hepatic cancer. It is a cancer that begins in the liver. Liver tumors are dangerous tumors that develop at first glance or inside the liver. They form from the liver itself or from the structures within the liver, including the blood vessels or bile duct. Liver tumors are found in medicinal gear (regularly by possibility) or symptomatically present as stomach mass, stomach torment, jaundice, nausea, or liver dysfunction. The liver continually filters the blood circulating through the body, converting nutrients and drugs absorbed from the digestive tract into ready-to- use chemicals.

The liver carries many other important functions, such as the removal of toxins and other chemicals from the blood and the preparation for excretion. Since all the body’s blood has to pass it, the liver is unusually accessible to cancerous cells that move in the bloodstream. The liver can be affected by primary liver cancer that occurs in the liver. Or from cancer that forms in other parts of the body and then spreads to the liver.

Most liver cancer is secondary or metastatic, which means it has started in other parts of the body. Because the liver is made up of different types of cells, different types of tumors can be formed. Some of these are benign (non-cancerous) and some are cancerous and may spread to other parts of the body (metastasis). These tumors have different causes and are treated differently. The prospect of health or recovery depends on the type of cancer you have.

Gallbladder Cancer: is formed when gallbladder bile cells develop changes (mutations) in their DNA. These mutations cause cells to grow out of control and continue to live when other cells die normally. Accumulated cells form a tumor that can grow beyond the gallbladder and spread to other areas of the body.

Most of the gall bladder tumors begin in the glandular cells that align the inner surface of the gall bladder. Gallbladder cancer that begins in this type of cell is called adenocarcinoma. This term refers to the way cancerous cells appear when examined under a microscope.

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