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The carcinomas, most commonly referred to as cancer cells are the cells of our body that start behaving abnormally. In normal cases, our cells grow, they divide and then they die in an orderly fashion and in adults, most cells divide to replace worn-out or dying cells, regulated and controlled by DNA machinery. But in some misfortunate instances, our cells may work awry; our cells at a particular site may start to proliferate in haphazard manner and instead of dying, cancer cells grow and form new, abnormal cells which may either be localized of may start invading other normal tissues and have potential of becoming metastatic i.e. it can spread to other organs in the body.

In cancer cells, the damaged DNA is not repaired, and the cell does not die. Instead, it gives rise to more of the abnormal cells containing abnormal DNA. These new cells all have the same defective DNA of the original cancer cell. There can be many factors for this cancer, viz., age, genetic, family history, ethnicity, reproductive history, hormones. The treatment available in allopathy is chemotherapy and surgery, which have serious side-effects and a patients gets entangled in vicious circle of pain and malaise.


Ayurveda adopts a distinctive view and principle to deal with this dreadful disease, to maintain the equilibriums of the three humors (body chemicals); which are body energies responsible for homeostasis. It is believed that a mutual (reciprocal) growth regulation exists between epithelial cells and immune system. Any dysfunction of these circuits could lead to tumor or cancerous growth, excessive inflammation or both and thereby, weakening macrophages, and altering our immune response to external stimuli, thereby impairing the ability to thwart infections and inflammations and affecting immunomodulation process of the body.

Ayurveda believes in the doctrine of Dhatus. The dhatus are seven in number:

1. Rasa Dhatu (Lymph)
2. Rakat Dhatu (Blood)
3. Masam Dhatu (Skin and Muscles)
4. Meda Dhatu (Body fat)
5. Aasti Dhatu (Bone)
6. Majja Dhatu ( Bone Marrow)
7. Shukra Dhatu (Germinal Cells like sperm and ova)

It is believed that daily when we take meals the nourishment gradually travels from one dhatu to the other proceeding dhatu and all the dhatus are hence nourished. One dhatu is connected to the next dhatu by micro channels known as shrotas. In case of cancer, it is the next adjacent dhatu which is actually having problems and is vitiated. The reason is that the micro channels after the said dhatu which connect one dhatu to the other dhatu gets blocked and the excess of nutrition starts increasing one type of cells which are being produced by the preceding dhatu. In routine, Ayurveda dictated that cancer cells are always present in the body and there exists a unique mechanism in our body that prevents the cancer growth in our body. Various factors have been detailed out in the texts of Ayurveda that describes the fundamentals behind the formation, progression and diversification of cancerous cell in our body.

Primary Factor - Homeostasis:

According to Ayurvedic texts like Charaka Samhita, Sutrasthana etc. each and every ailment or pathology in our body is related to the three doshas i.e Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Ayurveda theorize their balanced state as the homeostatic state of our body that reflects the equilibrium of health. It is conceptualized that human body is in constant interaction with internal and external factors that is governed by the three factors namely the doshas. The maintained equilibrium state or the homeostatic state indicates the health status and the capacity of body to adapt to different erratic situation. The failure of this maintenance reflects poor heath and may result in an inappropriate immune response (auto-immune) or little to no immune response (inadequate or suppressed immune response) and affects communication between systems, locations and functions of the human body.

Additionally Ayurveda also states that the homeostasis may get misbalanced due to the diet constituents we eat (liquid or solid) that is neither absorbed nor eliminated from our body. Such constituents are referred to as ama, accumulation of which inhibits the accurate functioning of the Doshas by blocking the communication between the systems and functions. Ayurveda states that this accumulation process is generally slow and gets deposited at any location in the body via circulatory system, which serves as a conducive environment for growth of cancerous cells.

Secondary Factor: Immunity and Immune Response:

According to the concepts of Ayurveda, one's immunity and immune response, termed as Bala, can be inherent or developed. Various factors may contribute to the state of immunity. The Ojas, or the essence of our body that supports our immunity, is generated as a result of correct metabolism of food and subsequently refined through various systems and enzyme actions is responsible for various cellular growth and functions. The Agni or the enzymatic activity in our body is the third aspect that acts as the prime defense part of our immune response. As per Ayurveda there are thirteen different groups of enzymes, impairment of any one may subsequently cause impairment of immune system due to dosha disruption. The interactions all these factors contribute to the Immunity. If any of these factors (baala, ojas, agnis) in compromised, there is impairment of immune system, causing the propagation of cancerous cells in our body.

Diversification of Cancer cells based on Doshic type:

as already mentioned, all pathologies are caused by vitiated doshas that also includes cancer. This one is a hard to handle pathology as multiple vitiated doshas usually act together. The homeostasis is greatly disturbed and the equilibrium state is unachievable. The vitiated doshas are responsible for all the pathologies that occur in our body and if one is disturbed initially, it progresses to disrupt the other two till the three of all get transformed to induce cancer favoring state. It is also possible that only a partial disturbance in homeostasis occur, or may there be possibility of multiple factors contributing to the cancer induction thereby increasing the complexity of the cancer treatment. Tridoshik situations are harder to handle than the one that occur as a result of one dosha. But usually the patient comes to know about his cancer status when already its in a complex situation and has moved from the single doshik stage and usually in tridoshik stage but they have a governing dosha from where it all began. Ayurveda generally recognize this diversity in cancer on the basis of the governing doshas.

  • Cancer that is volatile, migrating, or variable in any aspect would relate to Vata dosha the intelligent principle of homeostasis that controls communication, movement and coordination.
  • Cancer that is metabolic, enzymatic, and evolves at a moderate rate would relate to Pitta dosha the intelligent principle of homeostasis that controls metabolism and transformation.
  • Cancer that is slow to evolve, manifests as tumors or as congestive disorders would relate to Kapha dosha the intelligent principle of homeostasis that controls lubrication and structure.

The numbers of indications reflect the number of doshas involved in the cancer development. Greater is number of combined dosha symptoms, greater is the degree of compromised immune response and thereby the greater is the difficulty in diagnosis and treatment.

Diversification of Cancer cells based on Doshic Location:

Ayurveda assigns a definite system, tissue and organ control based on the functional communication of doshas hence a definite location is attributed that assists in the recognition of casual factor in cancer pathology. The dosha control of a location is given with the understanding that all doshas are always working together, never independently, thought a dominant Dosha may prevail. According to Ayurveda various dominant Dosha specific locations be as following:

  • Vata dosha: colon, urinary bladder, bones, lungs, skin, ears, brain.
  • Pitta dosha: small intestine, liver, gall bladder, heart, pancreas, blood (hemoglobin), endocrine glands, uterus, stomach, sweat glands, skin, eyes, brain.
  • Kapha dosha: lungs, stomach, pancreas, testicles, ovaries, lymphatic tissue (including mammary tissue), kidneys, blood (plasma), sweat glands, skin, mouth and throat, bone marrow, brain.


We At ND Care Nirogam Pvt. Ltd, work on the balance of three basic doshas VATA, PITTA AND KAPHA. Vitiation in any one or all dosha is the basic cause of uncontrolled and abnormal growth of body cells and the vitiated dosha then goes on to involve other seven dhatus (body tissues), basically rakta (blood) and mamsa (muscle). We work on balancing these Doshas with our natural Ayurvedic Rasayan Aushadhis and Shroto Shodhak Aushadhis in following way:

1. Purification of Doshas and Vitiated Dhatu : Our formulations purify the vitiated dosha, thereby, working on balancing it and preventing the unchecked division of cancerous cells and increases its scavenging affect.
2. Purifying the blocked micro channels after vitiated Dhatu: it is required because the nutrition moves from one dhatu to the other. Once it is purified, it stops the excessive flow of unwanted nutrients to the cancer site so that the cancer cells are deprived of unnecessary nutrition, leading to their gradual removal from the body.
3.Balancing of Shrota Avrodh: Our formulations aims to balance the shrota avrodh in all of the body channels (Rasa, rakhta, mamsa, medha, asthi, majja, shukra) to stop its proliferation to succeeding body tissues. Clarification of the occlusion is done to purify the blocked channel and help to cleanse the body of impurities and toxins which block channels of circulation. These help nutrients to reach the succeeding dhatus for the overall nourishment of body.
4. Immuno-Modulator Effect: The immune-modulator agents in our medicines modify the immune response or the functioning of the immune system. These agents may cause the stimulation of antibody formation and the enhancement of white blood cell activity that aims to decreases the inflammatory response and creates an environment in the cells which results in increasing immunity (Ojakshayam) of the body.
5. Ashukari Effects: Our medicines have ashukari effects (fast acting), to scavenge on all kind of cancer cells and readily acts on the cancerous cells to stop its proliferation. These can be taken along with allopathic medicines also.

100% Ayurvedic treatment is done for Cancer Ailments: ND CARE NIROGAM PVT. LTD. provides research based treatment for all type Cancer Diseases. Our unique Ayurvedic combinations and dietary recommendations are quite effective and provide desirable recovery in afflicted patients.

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