Ayurvedic Medicine

Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of medicine. It uses a wide range of treatments and techniques. There is no reliable evidence to support its use as a treatment for cancer. Ayurvedic medicine uses a range of treatments and techniques. Some techniques might help with the symptoms of cancer or its treatment, Ayurvedic medicine as a treatment for cancer is not backed up by research, some of the treatments might have severe side effect

Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of medicine which began about 5,000 years ago. It is not just one treatment. It is a way of diagnosing illness and using a wide range of treatments and techniques.

Ayurveda is an Indian word. Ayur means life and Veda means knowledge.

Ayurvedic medicine can include:

Advice on diet and special diet and taking specific Ayurveda medications and Yoga breathing and relaxation techniques and bowel cleansing

An Ayurvedic practitioner might suggest any or all of these treatments. It will depend on your particular health problems.

Ayurvedic medicine believes that health problems happen when your mind, body and spirit are out of balance.

Ayurvedic practitioners believe we are made up of 3 elements known as doshas.

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These are:

Air and space (vata dosha) which allows movement

Fire and water (pitta dosha) which allows for change and handles digestion and metabolism

Water and earth (kapha dosha) which gives structure or cohesion

These 3 doshas let the body's organs work together in harmony. They also create your relationship with the environment and universe.

Ayurvedic practitioners believe that health depends on the correct balance of all 3. They claim that combinations of Ayurvedic medicine bring balance and harmony into the body. It helps to:

 Increase energy and wellbeing

 Decrease stress

 Prevent and cure disease

There is no scientific evidence to prove that Ayurvedic medicine can treat or cure cancer, or any other disease.

  • Herbal medicine
  • Massage
  • Meditation
  • Bowel cleansing

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