Treatment for Leukemia
Pranavidhya, Marmatantra, and Ayurveda combined have been found significantly superior to all other treatment systems to heal leukemia. Pure Healing can address all verities of blood cancers including AML, ALL, CML and CLL.

Newly diagnosed leukemia: Pure Healing attacks leukemia cells harder, much faster and with out harming normal cells, compared to radiation and chemotherapy that have adverse side effects.

Leukemia patients waiting for stem cell transplant: Pure Healing can attain betterment gently and genuinely reconstruct the physiology of the ailing, and BMT/ CST may no longer be needed.

Patient with leukemia relapsed: “strengthen what you still have before it dies completely.”

Treatment for Ulcerative Colitis

Ulcerative Colitis patients indicated with bleeding, open sores, different levels of perforation to the colon walls and those who are waiting for colectomy (surgical removal of the large intestine) may avail superior and safe traditional Ayurveda treatment. Active Ulcerative Colitis refractory to usual medical therapy can be successfully treated with highly effective Ayurveda formulations. Ulcerative Colitis can start diminishing in less than one week time and then the disease slowly goes in to complete remission. Fresh endoscope image will reveal the areas afflicted with Ulcerative Colitis are now well repaired on its own.

There will be no complication or side effects for this treatment. Mean duration of remission has not been determined because patients once recovered are seldom relapsed. Patients scheduled for surgical colectomy also will respond extremely well.

Ulcerative Colitis has a significant association with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC), a serious liver disease caused by progressive inflammation and scaring of bile ducts. The inflammation impedes the flow of bile to the gut, which can ultimately lead to liver cirrhosis, liver failure and liver cancer. It is estimated that more than 80% of those with PSC have Ulcerative Colitis. The cause of PSC is unknown to science, although it is thought to be an autoimmune disorder. We offer best treatment for PSC. Also we treat aphthous ulcers.

Treatment for Crohn`s disease

There is no known pharmaceutical or surgical cure for Crohn`s disease in modern allopothy. Treatment options are restricted to controlling symptoms maintaining remission. Abdominal pain may be the initial symptom of Crohn`s disease. It is often accompanied by diarrhea. The discharge may or may not be bloody. Fatigue, poor appetite, weight loss and fever are other common symptoms. In the setting of severe Crohn`s colitis, an individual may go through fecal inconsistency with many number of bowel movements per day. Abdominal pain is often most severe. Vomiting and nausea may indicate the beginning of small bowel obstruction. Another category of disease presentation may create abnormal passage ways between the bowel and other structures. Crohn`s disease manifests mainly in the small intestine and large intestine. However, the disease can attack any parts of the digestive tract, from mouth to anus.

Crohn`s disease may also be associated with PSC (Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis), a type of inflammation of the bile ducts and severe damage of liver. Patients will experience regular recurring periods with severe flare-ups.

The diagnosis of Crohn`s disease can be challenging, and doctors often require a number of tests to make decision with certainty. Hospitals which are ranked among the Best for digestive disorders in USA are investigating new ways to treat Crohn's disease, and doing clinical trials of new medications. Many Crohn`s disease patients with severe symptoms are not responding well to the most advanced treatment. The clinician-researchers of Mayo Clinic: there is no cure, but treatment can reduce inflammation and ease your symptoms, sometimes for long periods of remission.

(More reading from Mayo Clinic reports.. In the beginning, when the disease is at its worst, cortisone is usually prescribed in a large dose. The dosage is then lowered once symptoms have been controlled. These drugs can cause serious side effects, including greater susceptibility to infection. Two-thirds to three-quarters of patients with Crohn’s disease will require surgery at some point in their lives. Surgery becomes necessary when medications can no longer control symptoms. Surgery is used either to relieve symptoms that do not respond to medical therapy or to correct complications such as blockage, perforation, abscess, or bleeding in the intestine. Surgery to remove part of the intestine can help people with Crohn’s disease, but it is not a cure. Surgery does not eliminate the disease, and it is not uncommon for people with Crohn’s disease to have more than one operation, as inflammation tends to return to the area next to where the diseased intestine was removed. Some people who have Crohn’s disease in the large intestine need to have their entire colon removed in an operation called a colectomy. A small opening is made in the front of the abdominal wall, and the tip of the ileum, which is located at the end of the small intestine, is brought to the skin’s surface. This opening, called a stoma, is where waste exits the body. The stoma is about the size of a quarter and is usually located in the right lower part of the abdomen near the beltline. A pouch is worn over the opening to collect waste, and the patient empties the pouch as needed. Sometimes only the diseased section of intestine is removed and no stoma is needed. In this operation, the intestine is cut above and below the diseased area and reconnected. Surgery does not cure Crohn`s disease, but corrects an immediate problem that cannot be resolved using medication. Because Crohn’s disease often recurs after surgery, people considering surgery should carefully weigh its benefits and risks compared with other treatments. Surgery may not be appropriate for everyone. People faced with this decision should get as much information as possible from doctors; nurses who work with colon surgery patients, called enterostomal therapists; and other patients. Patient advocacy organizations can suggest support groups and other information resources.)

Ayurveda offers most effective treatment for both Crohn's diseases & Ulcerative Colitis. Ayurveda medicines are very safe and self sufficient to be administered independently. The treatment has been in practice in India for ages.

Before starting treatment, Ayurveda Vaidyas take into account the patient's constitutional type - that a person's physical, emotional, and psychological makeup. An experienced Vaidya assesses all of these factors and determines appropriate treatment for each individual. The success rate is much more than what other systems of treatment could attain till date. Ayurveda offers long-lasting cure for Crohn disease, instead of temporary relief, and is absolutely harmless, safe and non-toxic. Probably, this is the only treatment that cures Chrohn`s disease with out debilitating side effects.

Treatment for Liver Cirrhosis

Cirrhosis is a chronic liver disease where liver tissues are damaged and fibrosis, scar, nodules or lumps are occurred. This may lead to loss of liver function. Cirrhosis is most commonly caused by alcoholism, hepatitis B and C, and fatty liver disease, but also has many other possible causes.

Fluid retention in the abdominal cavity (ascites) is the most common complication of cirrhosis, and is associated with a poor quality of life and increased risk of infection. Other potentially life-threatening complications are hepatic coma and mental confusion (encephalopathy) caused by accumulation in the bloodstream of toxic substances that are normally removed by healthy liver, and bleeding from esophageal veins. Generally, the modern scientific view is that Cirrhosis is generally considered to be irreversible, and treatment usually focuses on preventing progression and complications extending life as much as possible. In advanced stages of cirrhosis the only option is a liver transplant.

Causes : Cirrhosis has many possible causes; sometimes more than one cause is present in the same patient. Chronic alcoholism and hepatitis C are the most common causes in India. Hepatitis B virus over several decades can lead to cirrhosis. Primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), a chronic liver disease caused by progressive inflammation, can ultimately lead to liver cirrhosis. Chronic right sided heart failure which leads to liver congestion also can cause liver damage. Cystic fibrosis, hepatotoxic drugs or toxins, certain parasitic infections and rare genetic conditions also may lead to cirrhosis, liver failure and death.

Ultrasound, endoscopic examination and MRI are used in the evaluation of cirrhosis. The seriousness of cirrhosis is commonly classified with severity of ascites and encephalopathy - class A, B or C; class A has a favorable prognosis, while class C is at high risk of death.

The general understanding today is that, liver damage from cirrhosis cannot be reversed; treatments could only delay further progression and reduce complications. Efforts to understand and incorporate ancient wisdom of Ayurveda into modern medicine practices will help attain far better result than what we are getting now in specialty centers. Regimenting, liver cleansing, recuperating and reversing are unique remedial practices and attempts of Ayurveda for the end stage patients of liver cirrhosis.

Other Treatments
Also available here are specific therapies for rheumatoid & osteo arthritis, spondilosis (cervical, lumbar and ankylosing), unresolved knee, hip and other joints pain for which your doctor might have recommended replacement surgery, acute bone-marrow infection (osteomyelitis) facing amputation, *coronary arterial blocks and cardiac dis-functioning (making bypass surgery or angioplasty unnecessary), difficult ailment conditions of cardiac asthma among elderly people, female infertility and related problems, *stage four bed sore, *extensive gangrene, eczema, chronic sinusitis and many more difficult afflictions..

( *only non diabetic )