Cervical Health, capsules and tincture
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96 vegetable capsules of organic; Ashoka and Lodhra.
Tincture of Oregon Grape root and Echinacea in a dropper bottle. (tincture not shown in photo) The two should be taken together for several months.
We do not recommend that you treat cancer without an appointment from the Ayurvedic physician so that you can understand the multi-therapy approach that would be right for your specific constitution and condition. The appointment will allow the Vaidya to determine what that is, as well as specific therapies. The following formula comes from the ancient healing system of Ayurveda. At the end of the medical descriptions are the sources of western research confirming the use of these plant medicines.
Lodhra is used in Ayurveda to help eliminate the HPV virus. "Lodhra is the herb of choice in the treatment of gynaecological disorders, menorrhagia, leucorrhea (excessive discharge from vagina) & other menstrual disorders. It is also useful in abortions & miscarriages and ulcers of vagina. All these properties have made Lodhra an important herb to treat various disease ailments related to mankind. The bark has astringent, styptic, cooling, antiinflammatory and anti- microbial properties and is used in various Ayurvedic formulations for the management of excessive vaginal discharge. Scientific studies have shown that Lodhra has inhibitory effects on growth of micrococcus Pyogenes var. aureus, E.coli, enteric groups of micro organisms. The extract showed significant antiinflammatory activity (53%) at the dose of 400mg/ml. ..."
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"There is increasing evidence that high-risk human papilloma virus (HPV) is involved in cancers in addition to cervical cancer. For example, it is generally accepted that HPV has a role in a significant proportion of head and neck tumours, and it has long been hypothesised that hormone dependent oncogenic viruses, such as HPV may have causal roles in some human breast cancers. A number of reports have identified HPV DNA in breast tissue and breast cancer specimens..." https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2737128/
Ashoka is Ayurvedic medicine's foremost uterine tonic and has many traditional uses that help support a healthy female reproductive system. Its name literally means 'remover of sorrow', attesting to its ability to promote health and healing. It has been used for thousands of years to treat excessive uterine bleeding, dysmenorrhea, depression and bleeding hemorrhoids.
It is said to have a stimulating effect on the endometrium that is, the mucuous membrance lining the uterus. Ashoka soothes the nerves and promotes uterine comfort while helping to promote healthy ovarian and endometrial tissue. It has been used in Ayurveda to heal from endometriosis.
Here is a link on research done at the dept. of Gynecology at Manipal University, which shows that an "overload" of iron causes an inflammatory response which may aggravate the lining of the uterus.
This research from the Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, documents this use and many others of Ashoka. http://jocpr.com/first-issue/JOCPR-6.pdf