The effect of Panchagavya formulations in the case of CA Rectum
The faulty lifestyle, polluted environment, increasing use of pesticides, addictions leads to trigger the health issues; the cancer is one of them. Due to disease, one lac people are dying yearly; out of the 10% of the population diseased with colon and rectum cancer. In the present case study, the patient diagnosed with CA Rectum, operated at RST Regional Cancer Centre, Nagpur. APR with positive pelvic exenteration and later advised for Chemo-Radiation therapy. But, the patient herself denied for the chemoradiation and opted for preventive, therapeutic intervention at Go-Vigyan Anusandhan Kendra, Nagpur. Palliative treatment like Kamdhenu Gomutra Arka, Panchagavya Ghrit and Kamdhenu Haladi Ghanvatin was started in 2008. Simultaneously for a short duration, Bibhitakavleha, Panchtikta Ghrit, and Kushmandavaleh was prescribed. Treatment was continued for eight years except for the summer season, as the patient had mild rashes in the hot season. Before discontinuation of the therapy, CT scan chest and abdomen was done at RST Regional Cancer Centre, Nagpur, in August 2016. Not a single abnormality was observed in the scan. In the present case study, it was found that the cow products cumulatively have an effect of anti-oxidant, immunomodulation, and detoxification.
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