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Cancer Ayurvedic Herbal Care

Author : Gurnam Saini  

Alternative Ayurvedic Medicine For Cancer In Melbourne



Cancer is a chronic condition that occurs due to the abnormal division of cells in an organ or tissue in an uncontrollable manner. It refers to the collection of related diseases that can start in any part of the body. It involves an unregulated multiplication of the abnormal cells and their spread to the surrounding tissues. Alternative medicine for cancer in ayurveda may be able to help block this uninhibited division of cells and also limit the spread of the abnormal cells.



In normal cases, the body’s cells grow and divide resulting in the formation of new cells that replace the old and damaged cells. However, cancer develops when this orderly process is interrupted. This leads to the survival of the abnormal, damaged and old cells while the new cells continue to be formed. This results in an excessive growth of the tissue of the affected organ resulting in the development of a mass that is called a tumour. Alternative cancer treatments using Ayurvedic herbs may help to control the growth of the mass and thus, may assist in preventing and managing different forms of cancer.



Most types of cancer form a solid tumour, which is an overgrowth of the tissue. However, the cancers of the blood, like leukaemia, usually do not form a solid mass or tumour.



Types of Tumours



Malignant Tumour: A tumor is considered malignant or cancerous when it has the potential to invade or spread to the nearby tissues. Additionally, as the malignant tumor grows, some abnormal cells tend to break off and travel to the different parts of the body via blood vessels or the lymphatic system thus forming new tumors in the distant parts of the body. The malignant cells also have a tendency to grow back even after the surgical removal of the affected part of the organ. These factors make the complete recovery of the patient suffering from a cancerous tumor very difficult. They also face a risk of relapse in the future. Hence, one may choose to seek a holistic cancer treatment to help the body to naturally reduce new formation of the cancer cells and to minimize the risk of relapse with the combination of western and natural holistic medicine.



Benign Tumors: Unlike cancerous tumors, the benign tumors do not invade or spread into the nearby organs. A benign tumor usually doesn’t grow back once it is surgically removed. Hence, most cases of benign tumor can be cured except the brain tumors that are known to cause life-threatening consequences.  Various ayurvedic herbs, which are discussed further in this article, may help to prevent the occurrence of these types of tumors in body.



Difference Between Healthy Cells and Malignant Cells



  • The malignant cells can be differentiated from the normal cells in the ways, which allow them to grow in an uncontrollable manner and turn invasive. Additionally, unlike the normal cells, the cancer cells are not specialized. This means they do not have the ability to mature into the distinct cell types having specific functions. Therefore, cancer cells lose the ability to understand the signals directing them to stop dividing resulting in their continuous division.



  • Also, the cancer cells tend to ignore the signals that normally prompt the cells to begin a process of apoptosis, or a programmed cell death, which the body follows for getting rid of the excess or unrequired cells. The natural cancer treatment proposed by Ayurveda aims to enable the cells to reconnect with the body to understand and follow these signals, which results in the inhibition of their division and regulation of apoptosis.



Properties of Cancer Cells, which Support Their Survival



  • There are various ways by which the cancer cells are able to survive in the body one of which is their ability to influence their microenvironment. This microenvironment includes the normal cells, blood vessels, and molecules that surround them. They can stimulate the growth of the new blood vessels in the nearby normal cells as a result of which the tumor cells get sufficient supply of oxygen and nutrients needed for their survival. This process is called angiogenesis as per modern medicine. These blood vessels also help to remove the waste products from the tumor cells thus protecting them from the toxins.




  • Cancer cells can also evade the immune system, which protects the organs and tissues against the infective organisms and other conditions. Though the immune cells have the ability to attack the cancer cells and eliminate them; some cancerous cells are protected against this self-defense mechanism of the body due to their ability to “hide” themselves from the immune system.



These properties of cancer cells allow them to counter the body’s natural abilities to protect itself resulting in their further growth and spread. Ayurvedic medicines aims to work by supporting these natural abilities of the body and allowing it to enhance its defense system against the cancerous cells.



The Common Causes of Cancer


Cancer can occur due to a variety of causes. It is believed to occur due to the interplay of environmental, genetic, and lifestyle factors. For example; the women having a family history of breast cancer have a higher risk of suffering from the same. Also, the risk of lung cancer is higher in the smokers than in the nonsmokers. A malignancy may also occur due to the environmental factors such as excessive exposure to sunlight, which may lead to a type of skin cancer called melanoma. Ayurveda recommends a holistic care for the cancer patients that is aimed at tackling these underlying causes. It proposes healthy lifestyle changes to minimize the exposure of these triggering factors.




Common Signs and Symptoms of Cancer Depending on the Organ Involved



  • Breast cancer: The patient may develop a lump in the breast, inward turning of the nipples, dimpling or puckering of the skin overlying the breasts, and abnormal discharge from the nipples. Some women may notice scaling and redness of the breast skin and nipple. 


  • Lung cancer: The patients may develop chronic cough, difficulty in breathing, excessive sputum, blood in sputum and pain in the chest.


  • Prostate cancer: The symptoms caused by prostate cancer are related to the pressure exerted by the enlarged mass of the prostate gland on the urethra or the urine pipe, which it surrounds. The patient may develop pain while passing urine, blood in urine, incomplete emptying of the bladder, trouble initiating the flow of urine, and an interrupted flow of urine.


  • Colon cancer: The common symptoms caused by colon cancer may include pain in the abdomen, blood in stools, indigestion, distention of abdomen and alternating diarrhoea and constipation.


  • Skin cancer: The common symptoms of skin cancer may include the presence of a visible growth on the skin, formation of a mole, a change in the colour of a part of the skin, itching, and ulceration. There may also be bleeding from the lesion along with an oozing of abnormal discharge.


Apart from these, the patients may develop a few more general symptoms as given below:


  • Loss of appetite
  • Unusual weight loss
  • Excessive weakness
  • Enlargement of lymph nodes




An early detection of cancer based on these symptoms, physical examination of the patient, and the use of diagnostic methods such the blood parameters, x-rays, CT scan, and MRI can help to initiate the treatment at an initial stage. This may help to improve the chances of recovery of the patient.




Natural Treatment for Cancer



The conventional cancer treatment is based on the type of cancer, its stage, and the extent of its spread. The goal of the treatment is to destroy as many abnormal cells as possible while minimizing the damage to the normal cells surrounding the cancerous mass. The treatment includes a combination of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery.



The cancer natural treatment using Ayurvedic herbal remedies, alone with conventional treatment may help in the reduction of the cancer cells without causing damage to the normal cells. Ayurvedic treatment may include changes in diet and lifestyle, plant based medicine, yoga, meditation and specific ayurvedic body therapies. All of this would be decided after ayurvedic consultation with an ayurvedic doctor, who will develop an individualised ayurvedic treatment plan and decide the therapies suitable for the person based on his or her body strength etc.


The conventional treatments for cancer are discussed below in detail:



Radiation therapy: Radiation therapy is a common form of treatment for the cancer patients that involves the use of high-energy waves, which target and destroy the abnormal cells. The goal of radiation therapy is to inhibit the cancer cells from multiplying and growing. The success of the radiation therapy depends on the factors like the size of the tumor, the age of the patient, and the type of tumor being treated. Radiation is also recommended for the treatment of tumors that cannot be excised surgically or have spread extensively to several other parts of the body. However, this treatment may cause the destruction of the normal cells and may also cause serious side effects.



Chemotherapy: Chemotherapy is another form of cancer treatment that involves the use of chemotherapeutic drugs. These medications kill the cancer cells and inhibit their growth and spread. However, since these drugs are administrated orally, intravenously, or intramuscularly; they tend to have an effect on all parts of the body. Hence, the risk of systemic side effects is higher. The herbal remedies offer natural chemotherapy alternatives and ensure complete destruction of the abnormal cells without affecting the health of the normal cells.



Surgery: Surgery is recommended when the tumor mass is localized with minimal or the complete absence of spread. It is performed to excise the cancer mass along with a part of the surrounding tissue. Different types of surgical procedures are followed depending on the location and type of cancer. Surgery is often not advisable when the tumor mass has spread considerably to the other organs.



Immunotherapy: Immunotherapy is a form of biological therapy, which works by stimulating the immune system to fight the cancer cells by using substances usually made up of living organisms. This therapy is believed to work by blocking the growth of the cancer cells and preventing them from spreading to other parts of the body. It enhances the ability of the immune system to destroy the cancer cells. Some herbal medications too work in a similar manner and help to treat the patient by boosting the natural ability of the immune system to help recognize and help eliminate the cancer cells.



These conventional treatments, when combined with the herbal treatment for cancer, may provide better results and allow a patient to have a smoother and enhanced recovery phase. The use of herbs in the diet or in the form of supplements even after the cancer is completely considered cured can reduce the risk of relapse following surgery or chemotherapy. Often, the conventional treatments are combined with the use of herbs to prevent complication of chemotherapy naturally and enhance their effectiveness. The combination of herbal and conventional treatment may provide better results in a shorter period of time and reduce the risk of mortality associated with the illness.




Ayurvedic Concept of Cancer



According to the Ayurvedic concept of cancer, this condition  is mentioned in ayurvedic sanskrit text books as Granthi (a minor or benign neoplasm) and Arbuda (a major or malignant neoplasm). It is believed to be an inflammatory or non-inflammatory swelling. The Ayurveda believes that cancer occurs due to the involvement of the three body-control mechanisms, which include the nervous system (Vata), the venous system (Pitta), and the circularity system (Kapha). In normal individuals, these systems coordinate to regulate the functions of the body.



A granthi or benign neoplasm occurs when one or two of these body systems are not in control. This condition is not harmful as the body still possesses the ability to coordinate the three systems. It may be caused as a result of an imbalance in any of the three doshas: Vata, Pitta or Kapha.


An arbuda or malignant tumor occurs due to the imbalance in all the three doshas and can be very harmful as it involves the deregulation of all the three body systems. Due to this, the body loses its ability to prevent tissue damage leading to a morbid condition.



Ayurveda also describes the factors responsible for the aggravation of or imbalance in the doshas as given below:



The Vata aggravating factors include severe mental or emotional stress and an excessive intake of pungent, bitter, astringent, and dry foods.


The common Pitta aggravating factors are an excessive intake of salty, fried or sour foods and excessive anger.


The Kapha aggravating factors include an excessive intake of oily or sweet foods and a sedentary lifestyle.



The Ayurvedic treatment is aimed at correcting the underlying imbalance in the dosha. This helps to improve the coordination between the body’s systems and help a person to recover faster. 





Ayurvedic Management for Cancer



The Ayurvedic management of cancer is based on the use of herbs given below for correcting the imbalance in the dosha. The medicinal properties of these herbs as mentioned traditionally in ayurvedic texts help to prevent the growth and spread of cancer cells and thus, increase the chances of recovery of the patient.



Lesun (Garlic): Lehsun, or Garlic is considered to possess natural anti-carcinogenic properties, which may help in the management of several different forms of cancers including breast cancer, stomach cancer and colorectal cancer. The protective and anti-cancer effects of this herb can be attributed to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It has the ability to block the effect of the carcinogenic substances in the body and thus, may prevent the genetic mutations that can trigger a rapid division of the abnormal or immature cells. It may also enhance the DNA repair, prevent abnormal cell proliferation and may help to stimulate apoptosis or the process of programmed cell death. 



Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia): Giloy is an Indian herb that has been used traditionally for centuries by the ancient Ayurvedic experts for the treatment of cancer. It possesses powerful medicinal properties, which help to limit the growth and spread of the cancer cells. It may offer a natural treatment for breast cancer by protecting the breast tissues against the damage caused by free radicals by producing an antioxidant activity. It may also be effective in the management of lung cancer, brain cancer, and colon cancer. The fresh juice of Giloy plant has been found to be useful in the treatment of certain forms of blood cancers. The anti-cancer properties of this herb are attributed to the chemical compounds present in it such as tinosporin, tinosporon, palmarin, tinosporol, and perberillin. The stem bark of this plant contains giloin, giloinin, and gilosterol that possess the ability to prevent cancer.



Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) : Ashwagandha is considered traditionally in ayurveda as a potent anti-cancer herb, which can slow down the growth of several other forms of cancers including breast, colon, skin, prostate, and blood cancers.


Ashwagandha works by producing a pro-oxidant attack against the cancer cells. It may also enhance the beneficial effects of radiation and chemotherapy against the cancer cells. It may protect the normal cells against the damage caused by the chemotherapy drugs. It may prevent the growth of the treatment-resistant cancer cells by preventing angiogenesis or the creation of new blood vessels within the tumor mass. It also helps to bind to the proteins that the cancer cells need for their growth and survival. This wide range of action makes Ashwagandha a highly effective herb in the management of cancer.



Turmeric: The anti-cancer properties of turmeric are largely due to the presence of a compound called curcumin in it. The combined use of curcumin and chemotherapy can provide encouraging results in the treatment of bowel cancer. In some researches, the combined approach has been shown to destroy the cancer cells more effectively when compared to the chemotherapy alone.


Curcumin may also help to prevent the spread of breast cancer to other parts of the body. It acts as an anti-inflammatory agent and may minimise the damage to the healthy cells during conventional treatments. It may also stimulate apoptosis and destruction of the abnormal cells.



Amala (Indian gooseberry): Amala has a rich content of vitamin C, which has the ability to boost the functions of the immune system. It enhances the protective effect of the immune cells and may prevent damage to the healthy tissues due to the carcinogenic agents. It may also help the immune cells to recognise and attack the abnormal cancer cells selectively.



Bhumiamlaki (Phyllanthus niruri): Bhumiamlaki, also called Bhumyamalaki, contains strong lignans, tannins and flavonoids, which are known to exert an antitumor effect. The oral administration of the extract of this plant may help significantly reduce the tumor size. It may be particularly effective in the management of lymphoma. The use of this herb can be combined with chemotherapy to augment the positive effects and reduce the negative effects of the chemotherapeutic drugs. The chemo-protective effect of this plant may be linked to its ability to block the metabolic activation of the carcinogenic compounds, and induce the cell cycle arrest.



Guggul (Commiphora mukul): Guggul is a resinous extract from the plant, Commiphora mukul, which has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. These properties may be beneficial in the treatment of cancer as the growth of the cancer cells is linked to the inflammatory processes and the free radical activity in the body. The rapid destruction of the body tissues due to the free radicals and a disturbed metabolism can fuel the growth of the cancer cells.  The free radical scavenging property of Guggul may help block these cancer-triggering processes and help to control the progress of this disease.



Bilva (Aegle marmelos): Bilva has been considered particularly beneficial in the treatment of breast cancer. This herb helps to produce an anti-proliferative effect on the breast tissues, which helps to prevent the growth of the cancer cells and their spread to the neighbouring organs. It may also be used as the natural treatment for skin cancer such as papilloma and melanoma induced by the excessive exposure to the sun or chemicals.



Tulsi (Holy Basil): The anticancer benefits of this herb are attributed to its anti-inflammatory effect. It acts as a natural COX-2 inhibitor and keeps the inflammation at bay. It may also provide relief from pain and other symptoms caused due to cancer. Tulsi or Holy Basil may also help repair the cells damaged by radiation and oxidation thus preventing cancers. It may also have the potential to destroy the pre-cancerous lesions. The phytonutrients present in Tulsi may help directly destroy the abnormal cells thus limiting the growth and spread of the cancer mass. Eugenol, an active component in the leaves of this plant, is considered to inhibit the division of the cancer cells and prevent them from invading into the normal structures.



Kachnar (Bauhinia variegata): Kachnar has been suggested in ayurvedic texts as very beneficial in the treatment of uterine growths. It can help reduce the symptoms of uterine cancer, fibroids, and cysts. It may also be used to treat oral cancer.



Gokshura (Tribulus terrestris): Gokshura may offer an effective alternative treatment for prostate cancer. It may help reduce the size of the cancer mass and thus, provide relief from the symptoms of prostate cancer such as difficulty in passing urine, inability to initiate the flow of urine and incomplete emptying of the bladder.



Neem (Azadirachta indica): The naturally-occurring compounds present in Neem may work in a variety of ways to treat cancer. These bioactive compounds may induce apoptosis in different types of cancer cells. It has been considered to be an effective herbal medicine for breast cancer. It works by correcting the hormonal imbalances that can trigger the development of breast cancer. It  may also stimulate the immune cells to fight the breast cancer cells. Neem may also produce an anti-cancer action against colon, pancreas, stomach, lung, skin, liver, oral, and prostate cancers.



One of the bioactive compounds in this herb called nimbolide has been considered to have the ability to induce apoptosis in the pancreatic cancer cells and reduce the size of the cancer mass by almost 80%. The compounds in Neem may help to prevent the occurrence of cancer by producing a high level of carcinogen-detoxifying and antioxidant enzymes. Neem also acts as an anti-mutagenic agent and may protect the genes against abnormal changes that can trigger the development of cancer. It may also produce a chemo-preventive effect that can help in enhancing the effect of chemotherapy while also reducing its side effects.



Nagkesar (Mesua ferrea): Nagkesar has been found to be beneficial in the treatment of lung cancers. Active and passive smoking are the most common causes of lung cancer. It can cause significant damage to the lung tissues and initiate abnormal changes. Nagkesar may help in preventing this by protecting the lung tissues against these changes. It may also help by acting as a de-addiction agent. It can assist a person in his efforts to quit smoking and thus, prevent the risk of lung cancers.



Pippali (Piper longum): Pippali, or Piper Longum, contains flavonoids, which act as potent antioxidants and help in preventing cancer. This property of Pippali may be beneficial in the treatment of several forms of cancers such as stomach cancer and skin cancer. These flavonoids attack the free radicals and destroy them thus helping to protect the healthy cells against the damage caused by them.


According to recent researchers, the electron-donating ability of these flavonoids also seems to help in terminating the lipid peroxidation chain reaction that is linked to the excessive secretion of interleukin-1, TNF, and the chemotherapeutic cytotoxic drugs. Flavonoids also offer protection against the H2O2-mediated cytotoxicity created by radiotherapy. Hence, it is advisable to couple the conventional treatment of cancer such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy with the use of Pippali to enhance their effectiveness and reduce their side effects. The use of this herb may be continued even after the conventional treatments have been stopped for better and long-lasting results.



Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa): Punarnava has been used for an alternative colon cancer treatment and prevention. It contains an alkaloid called Punarnavine that possesses strong anti-cancer properties. It may enhance the response of the immune system and stimulate the destruction of the abnormal cells. It may also inhibit the spread of melanoma cells. The extract from this plant possesses hepatoprotective and antioxidant properties, which may be beneficial in preventing liver cancer.



Punarnava has been found to be beneficial in the management of cervical cancer as well.  Boeravinones, the compounds isolated from the root of this plant, have been considered to have the potential to block the drug efflux action of a breast cancer resistance protein, which can cause a resistance of the cancer cells to chemotherapy. The use of Punarnava may inhibit the effect of this protein and thus, allow the chemotherapeutic drugs to work effectively.



Vasa (Adhathoda vasica): Vasa has been particularly used to arrest bleeding caused due to some tumors. This herb may also be used to treat pleurisy linked to lung cancers.



Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus): Shatavari, or Asparagus racemosus, has also been found to possess effective anticarcinogenic activity that is useful in the management of breast, cervical, and ovarian cancers. An alcoholic extract of this herb may help to treat the epidermal cancer of the nasopharyngeal tissue. It may inhibit the progress and growth of chemical-induced cancer of the mammary glands. It also regulates the secretion of hormones in the body and thus, prevents the development of hormone-linked cancers.



Shilajit (Mineral Pitch): Shilajit may produce a toxic effect on various forms of cancer cells and thus, prevent them from growing. It is particularly useful in the treatment of prostate cancer. It can also be used to treat lung, breast, ovarian, colon, and liver cancers. The toxicity of this herb to the cancer cells is attributed to the presence of heavy metals in it.


Shilajit may also possess the ability to protect the cells and tissues from the adverse effects of radiation therapy. Hence, it is advisable to use this herb before, during and after radiation therapy to minimise the risk of its side effects. It may also protect the ovaries from the radiation-related damage and prevent ovarian cancer.


Additionally, Shilajit acts as an antioxidant, antimutagenic, anti-inflammatory and an anti-ulcerative agent. These properties combine to create a strong anti-cancer effect that may help to prevent the growth and spread of cancer.



Natural Remedies For Cancer



The natural remedies for cancer not just help in the treatment and prevention of cancer, but also help in managing the different complications from radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Ayurveda considered cancer as a disease that involves all the three body humors: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha, though it usually starts with the predominance of any one of them.



When the digestive fire or the enzyme reserve in the body is low; there is a build-up of toxins, which results in the creation of an environment suitable for cancer to grow. It represents a negative form of life-energy, just like a microorganism that has been established in the body. This negative form of energy is the result of numerous causes such as the toxic environment, processed and denatured foods, lack of spiritual purpose in life and sedentary lifestyle. It may also occur due to the emotional stagnation and suppressed emotions, which cause an accumulation of the toxic substances.



Ayurveda helps to prevent cancer by inhibiting these factors and creating a positive energy within the body. It also aims at maintaining the balance of three doshas. The prevention of cancer from the Ayurvedic perspective is discussed beneath:



  • Vata type cancer: The term Vata refers to the wind/air or something that moves the other things. The vata type of cancer occurs due to the restrictive emotional factors like depression, anxiety, and fear. The common symptoms include grayish, or dusky appearance of the skin, constipation, and abdominal distention. The colon cancer is considered a vata type of cancer.  The herbal medicine for cancer of this form is usually colon cleansing and antispasmodic in nature. Ayurveda also recommends the use of adaptogenic herbs and nervine tonics such as Ashwagandha and Basil to balance the vata dosha and prevent these forms of cancer.




  • Pitta type cancer: The term Pitta means fire. This type of cancer arises due to the fiery and strong emotional factors like hatred, anger, and resentment. The common symptoms include burning sensation and bleeding. These tumors have a higher tendency to get inflamed or infected. The cancer of the skin, liver, and eye belong to the Pitta type. It can be managed by using the powerful blood-cleansing and detoxifying herbs such as turmeric. 




  • Kapha type cancer: The term Kapha means water or something that holds the things together. It occurs due to the involvement of emotional factors that cause an excessive sleep, fatigue, and congestion. The common symptoms include sluggishness and excessive weight gain. The lung and breast cancers are the common forms of Kapha type cancer. It can be managed by using the herbs having immune-strengthening, expectorant, and phlegm-dispelling properties.




Ayurveda Recommendations of Lifestyle and Dietary Changes To Prevent Cancer



  • Eating foods that are full of ‘prana’ or the life-force that are fresh, whole, naturally-grown, and plant-based
  • Eating foods having a low glycemic index
  • Avoiding refined products
  • Eating plenty of dark green leafy vegetables
  • Avoiding cooking the foods at high temperatures as the beneficial enzymes in vegetables are destroyed above 118-degree Fahrenheit
  • Avoiding saturated, or hydrogenated fats
  • Exercising on a daily basis
  • Regular practicing of meditation to enable the self to recognise the signals from the body about an impending abnormality




Ayurveda recommends a management as well as a preventative approach to cancer that encourages living in harmony with the nature’s laws of life. It believes that cancer is a sign of loss of coordination between the internal and external environment of the human. By keeping the internal environment in harmony with the external environment, people can prevent the cancer cells from taking hold.




A comprehensive treatment plan for cancer should be based on the knowledge gained through the scientific research and clinical studies. Ayurveda offers an effective and safer alternative to the problem of how to manage and treat cancer naturally.




Our Ayurvedic ClinicPure Herbal Ayurved Clinic in Melbourne offers an integrated approach to manage this disease using herbal remedies that have been screened to validate their effectiveness as natural anti-cancerous drugs.



We have a team of leading Ayurvedic doctors in Australia, who aim to help the cancer patients to recover naturally from various side effects of radiothearpy and chemothearpy. We also offer the Panchakarma detox for cancer treatment that helps to cleanse the blood and eliminate the toxins from the body, which can otherwise damage the healthy cells and trigger the development of cancer.



This treatment is aimed at preventing cancer as well as its recurrence. The Ayurvedic treatments in Australia are based on the principle that this disease occurs when there is an abuse of the nature’s law resulting in an imbalance in the human system.  The management is aimed at creating the balance of the three doshas using natural herbs.



It emphasises health as a perfectly integrated state of physical, social, psychological, and spiritual components of the person. Hence, the therapeutic approach is focused on the four parameters, which include health maintenance (chikitsa), the treatment of disease (Roganashani chikitsa), the restoration of the normal functions (Rasayana chikitsa) and the spiritual approach (Naishthiki chikitsa).




Rasayana therapy works as an effective preventive measure for cancer. It helps to boost the metabolism, and enhances the regeneration of the body’s cells and tissues. The Rasayanas also helps to prevent the conditions associated with cancer. They help to strengthen the cells and boost the immunity. Rasayana therapy may also be given to prevent the recurrence of cancer. It increases the bala or vitality of the patient and rejuvenates the body through the use of herbal preparations.



Additionally, we also recommend healthy changes in the diet and lifestyle to ensure long-term results and improve the overall health and fitness of the person.


“Pure Herbal Ayurved clinic” in Melbourne has best to offer in case of natural and herbal management of various forms of cancer. Like many others, one can get online consultation as well, after following this link 





Contact Gurnam Saini a highly qualified and experienced ayurvedic doctor, to the earliest to discuss plan to treat and prevent cancer naturally.





If you wish to enquire more information on cancer Ayurvedic Natural Treatment in Melbourne, you may contact us at Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic.







Dr Gurnam Saini (Ayurvedic Doctor)


Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine from India

MD in Alternative Medicine from India 

Certificate in Ayurveda Panchkarma Detox form India

Certificate in Ayurveda Pulse & Tongue diagnosis India

Post Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Nursing from Melbourne

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Gurnam Saini has over 15 years’ experience in Ayurvedic naturopathy treatments in Melbourne, Australia. He has completed his bachelor degree in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery from Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, India. He has done MD in Alternative Medicine and certificate courses in Panchakarma Detox, Pulse diagnosis and skin care. He is also a member of the Australasian Association of Ayurveda (AAA). He has won awards for ground-breaking work in Ayurveda globally. Read More