The field of medicine that deals with tumours and malignancies is known as oncology. These are known as granthi (non-malignant tumours and cysts) or arbuda in Ayurveda (malignant tumours or cancer). An imbalance in one of the three major doshas—Vata, Pitta, or Kapha—causes non-malignant growths. Malignant tumours and malignancies, on the other hand, are Tridoshaja, which implies they include all three doshas. Pollution, stress, nutrition, genetic predisposition, carcinogen exposure, and radiation exposure are all major causes. Because of the lack of therapy, unhealed tumours and cysts might turn malignant.
Ayurveda treatment employs an integrated strategy that accomplishes three goals: it addresses the core cause, decreases secondary symptoms, and improves overall quality of life.
Cancer is an illness that is both deadly and difficult to treat. It's a condition that may spiral out of control, wreaking havoc on the surrounding tissues and organs. When toxins build up at the location of a specific organ over time, it can lead to deadly cell proliferation in the surrounding cells. The clumps of cells clump together, causing swelling at the location. If the toxins are not eliminated, the sick cells are disseminated to other areas of the body through the blood stream, affecting nearby cells and tissues. Ayurvedic cancer therapy focuses on rejuvenation and immune improvement to improve the patient's quality of life.