Ayurvedic Medicine

Allopathic medicine (or the traditional medicine of the West) treats the patient's physical illness, while Ayurvedic (or the traditional medicine of India) treats the person as a whole, body and soul, focusing more particularly on the soul, which, when imbalanced, remains the only 'vector' responsible for at least 85% of the physical and mental diseases in humans. If this hypothesis is true, then taking care of the soul, so as to make it regain its balance, will automatically treat the body simultaneously. According to Ayurvedic medicine, cancer therefore has its origin in an imbalanced soul and eventually manifest itself in the body of the individual; and this is more so rushed that there are physical environmental factors superimposed as tobacco, radiation, etc. - All heavy smokers do not develop lung cancer ... 

The causes of cancer are globally from five mother-root-causes: 

  • Lack of physical activities
  • Alimentary (Wrong Foods)
  • Harmful non-human organisms (Pathogens)
  • Lifestyle (Stress)
  • Environmental (Toxins)
  • Hereditary

Note: For an individual who struggles to conceive that he is a soul inhabiting a body, Ayurvedic therapy still focuses on the soul and heals it (like any other individual, regardless of his religion, beliefs, principles, etc.) even if the individual believes that he is only his body and does not know yet of what exactly he is made (see our page 'EVOLUTION AND DISEASES'). 

It's very sad to say, but people who are 'too scientific' too often discover who they are really only at the time when they leave this world!

The origin of Ayurvedic Medicine

"Ayur" means "life" and "veda" means knowledge. "Ayurveda" therefore means "knowledge of life": 

  • Ayurveda dates back over 5,000 years and existed already in the Indus Valley civilization. It therefore dates from 2500 BC, perhaps more. Ayurveda is one of the oldest medicines in the world. 
  • It determined, already 5000 years ago, 8 branches of medicine: general medicine, surgery, ENT and ophthalmology, toxicology, psychiatry, paediatrics, geriatrics, sexology and science of energy conservation and aphrodisiac. 
  • Ashoka, the Indian emperor between 272 and 231 BC, founded many Ayurvedic hospitals. 
  • Also, he sent Buddhist missionaries outside India, he sent Ayurvedic practitioners in the Middle East, China and Persia. 
  • Ayurvedic practitioners have come to Athens and the Hippocratic humors owe much to Ayurvedic medicine. 
  • It is also said that Indian envoys would have come even to Gaul; besides the word "druid" comes from a Sanskrit root meaning "deep, essential." "Druid" is also related to the Greek "drus" the tree, the oak. 

Ayurveda is a holistic medicine but, strictly speaking, it is much more than simply a medicine. To lead us to wellness and harmony, it takes into account the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual elements of life. Thus, in addition to being a preventive and curative medicine, it also offers, among others, the following: 

  • Yoga 
  • Dietetics 
  • Massage 
  • Music therapy 
  • Meditation 
  • ...

Ayurveda, a holistic therapeutic approach

  • Ayurvedic medicine looks at the whole life of the individual. Health and disease are by-products of all aspects of his life: nutrition, career, mental frame, family and social activities and spiritual life. If an area is weakened, all areas begin to suffer. If a person is unhappy at work, it will affect all areas of life. 
  • The mind plays a major role in how we act and react to information and experiences gathered by the senses. When the mind is calm and clear, one manages a situation much better. 
  • Western medicine has made significant progress in the treatment of many diseases; but it's hard for Western medicine to cure major diseases of an aging population, such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, arthritis and osteoporosis. In addition, Western medicine focuses on treating symptoms and diseases with therapeutic drugs. 
  • Ayurveda recommends that we take time to care for all areas of our lives to maintain an overall balance. Life would be like a canvas, if you shake an area of the canvas, the whole canvas is shaken. So, what one does in one area of his life affects all other areas. 
  • Health is the harmonious chemical equilibrium in a living organism. Our health depends on the chemical environments inside and outside our body. Diet plays an important role in the creation of the internal chemical environment. 
  • Ayurveda heals the root cause of disease, and is not just limited to treating the signs, the symptoms or the physical body. 
  • Thanks of its deep and comprehensive knowledge, Ayurveda can help babies, children, adolescents, adults, the elderly and pregnant women. 
  • Ayurveda offers therapies for all health problems, from common cold to cancer, from emotional issues to epilepsy. 
  • Ayurvedic therapy covers also hereditary and congenital concerns, chronic or benign. 
  • It is important to note that unlike allopathic drugs (modern), Ayurvedic preparations are safe to use for all age groups and have no or very few side effects. In addition, these Ayurvedic preparations do not cause allergies nor addiction.

Ayurvedic Medicine and Cancer

Here are some key points:

  • Ayurvedic medicine to treat cancer uses mainly (1) Plants (as Ayurvedic herbs) as therapeutic basis, but only in their natural state and complete form!
  • Ayurvedic medicine to treat cancer also uses (2) Herbal juices, (3) Special diets and (4) Detoxification of the body.
  • Other elements that are used to treat cancer are: (5) Yoga (6) Mantra therapy (7) Meditation and (8) Lifestyle rules.
  • Unlike chemotherapy, which indiscriminately target all cells actively reproducing and causes often devastating side effects, nausea and hair loss in cancer patients, Ayurvedic herbs selectively target cancer cells, leaving healthy cells intact. This is the case because the plants are used in their natural state and complete form
  • Using a plant in its natural state and complete form allows each of the elements in this plant to have a positive action to fight the cancer; as if the composition of this plant was specifically calculated to combat this specific cancer (see our page 'EVOLUTION AND DISEASES'). 
  • A Chemotherapy product contains a single element; and although sometimes this element is a plant extract, it still lacks the other elements of this plant which, acting together and at the same time, render the therapy effective with very little or no side effects. 
  • The number of elements found within a single plant to treat cancer is often from 50 to 100. Using only one of these elements, as in the case of chemotherapy, is illogical and disappointing. 
  • When all the elements of a plant is used to treat a particular cancer, each element of this plant has been 'calculated' (see our page 'EVOLUTION AND DISEASES') and specially designed for a specific function contributing to the healing of this cancer; for example, one element to kill cancerous cells, another element to protect healthy cells, a third element to repair the destroyed tissues, a fourth element to isolate cancer cells to avoid them getting all the nutrients necessary for their development, a fifth element to remove dead cancer cells without side effects, etc. 
  • Synthetically replicating in the lab all the elements present in a plant at the exact proportions has so far remained impossible! The original simply cannot be reproduced. 
  • Nature offers us on a tray all of these elements within a single plant, but our greed drives us to extract only one of these elements and to reproduce it synthetically. 
  • Ayurvedic herbs work only as they grow naturally and they kill cancer better than any synthetic drug and better than any radiation. 
  • Ayurvedic medicine does not address the cancer under a physiological angle, deadly and demoralizing, but as a global process, integrating the psychological and spiritual dimension of the suffering person. It is a human approach encompassing the body, the mind and the soul; and individualized patient care based on his experience. 
  • It is up to the Ayurvedic therapist to perceive the uniqueness of his patients, and to get "adapted" with, until the patient is "ready to listen". The painful journey towards healing, accompanied by an emphatic, non-violent and spiritual attitude, plays down the trauma of the disease, and thus fosters the recovery process. 
  • The links that exist between Ayurvedic medicine, science and allopathic medicine, add up to re-position the patient at the heart of the healing process to treat the person, not the disease.

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