My father is 84 years old. A few months ago, he was diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma on the forehead. It was removed by CO2 laser. Three years ago, he had melanoma. It was removed and no longer appeared. His present complaints are an abdominal hernia after surgery, cardiac ischemia, atrial fibrillation (he takes Pradaxa, Enalapril, and Concor Cor), and gastric ulcer (surgery last year). Are there any effective Ayurvedic treatments to prevent the spread of tumor cells to other parts of the body and to prevent the growth of an abdominal hernia?
In Ayurveda and Siddha, we manipulate the immune system of the patient with herbal drugs. The improved self-immunity has adequate capacity to scavenge (kill) the cancer cells. Thus, we prevent the spread of cancers. The following two drugs are the best to improve immunity and to prevent cancer spread.
Guduchi sattva powder (Guduchi stem) - Take 0.04 oz mixed with honey or hot water twice daily after food. This is prepared from Tinospora cordifolia. This can be continued lifelong. This has many other benefits to prevent cardiac and diabetic complications.
Capsule Rasagandhi mezhugu (Vidanga, Parada, Kantha loha) - buy 100 capsules. Take one at the morning and one at night after food. This can improve self-immunity and scavenge cancer cells very efficiently. The action starts within one week of therapy. But, continue for 30 days. Then leave a gap of one week (drug-free days). Again, start for 30 days. This cyclic method, continues lifelong.
During this therapy, the patient needs to consume more milk, buttermilk, curd, and yogurt for better effects as well as to prevent side effects like gastritis. This drug also can prevent frequent infections, and delay age-related joint and neurological degeneration. If possible, Yoga and Pranayama could be practiced regularly. The above drugs can be purchased online from any company.
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