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Cancer Therapy in Ayurveda

T L Devaraj (Author) Kashi Ayurveda Series

In Ayurveda there is a line of treatment for Cancer, external application, internal administration of medicines, herbal and metallic drugs which are purified and made fit to use by human beings. The Ayurveda not only cures the diseases but also rejuvenates the tissues of the body. It increases the resistances of the body by increasing immunity against the diseases producing organisms. Ayurveda treatment not only tones up the systems but also act as a tonic to the body, with out any side effects. It is necessary to bade goodby to Oetiological factors that are narrated as caustive factors for the grantis and Arbuda, In order to prevent the production of Cancer. It would be Prophylactic step to halt cancer production. While using the medicine for cancer, it is necessary to follow the diet and regimen as stated in Ayurveda to get a cure from this dreaded disease. In this book there are twenty two chapters dealing with Cancer of the Brain up to Medicinal plants quoted in the text. In addition to the photos of patients of Kidwai institute of oncology.

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About the author

T L Devaraj

Prof. Dr. T L Devaraj a known name as a Ayurvedic Physician and writer of 40 books on Ayurveda. He is the recipient of Presidential Award. He was with Indian Medicine Department of Karnataka for more than three decades. His books are exported to Russia, Spain and Japan and some are translated to their languages. He had been honored internationally and nationally for his out standing and yeoman service to Ayurveda.

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Bibliographic information

Title Cancer Therapy in Ayurveda
Author T L Devaraj
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1999
Edition 2nd. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788189469702
length ii+viii+99p., Plates; Tables; Bibliography; 23cm.