TREATING CERVICAL CANCER WITH HERBS
TREATING CERVICAL CANCER WITH HERBS
Our main focused of this article will be based on treating cervical cancer with herbs.
The most common malignant tumor among women throughout the world is cervical cancer. It is found to be the second most common type of tumor. It is found to have a high mortality rate which accounts for more than 500,000 new cases and approximately 275,000 deaths occur. There are various methods used to treat cervical cancer with chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and surgery. It is recommended for patients at an early stage, and fertile women could undergo surgical treatment. The effectiveness of chemotherapy and radiotherapy is specific for cancer cells, and it may possibly destroy the whole normal cell. Read till the end to know more about our natural treatment for cervical cancer.
HERBS IN THE CURING OF CERVICAL CANCER
Traditional medicine is still used by approximately 65–80% of the world’s population in developing countries as a source of primary health care. The main reason for the use of traditional medicine is due to their affordability, accessibility, and cultural beliefs. The World Health Organization estimates that majority of the people depend on herbs for their health care. The most commonly used treatments are surgical, radiation, and hormone treatments but they have severe side effects. Medicinal plants can be a promising source of novel therapeutic agents, especially for cancer. It has been estimated that out of 250000 plant species existing on earth approximately 1000 species are known to have anticancer potential. Thousands of species have been screened through bioassays for the search of novel plant-based anticancer drugs.
Herbal Tea 100
Herbal Tea n°100: This is a natural remedy made from medicinal plants and leaves. It fights more than 12 types of cancer. The herbal tea kills cancer cells by sparing healthy cells. It is an absorbent and adsorbent remedy that neutralizes malignant cells and preserves healthy cells. The herbal tea acts quickly on cancer cells, affecting them in such a way that they disintegrate within 72 hours, which allows the regeneration of new healthy cells in the body. Click on the link below to know more about our natural herbal tea:
Cassia tora Linn
Cassia tora Linn (Leguminosae) is a well-known ayurvedic medicinal plant that acts as a laxative, antiperiodic, and is used to treat leprosy, ringworm, bronchitis, and cardiac disorders. Seeds of CT express antioxidant activities and contain many active substances including chrysophanol, emodin, and rhein. The antiproliferative activity of C. tora methanolic leaf extract with Cisplatin was studied on human cervical cancer cells (HeLa) and the proliferation was measured by MTT assay. The extract is found to induce a marked concentration-dependent inhibition on proliferation, reduced DNA content, and apoptosis in HeLa cells.
Curcumin is normally acquired from the rhizome of turmeric (Curcuma longa) and has been generally utilized as a traditional medicine because of the various restorative properties. It has antioxidant and pleiotropic effects by modulating the multicellular signal pathways such as inflammation, invasion, proliferation, metastasis, and cell cycle. Thus, curcumin is found to be a traditional medicine with a therapeutic effect against cancer cells. At the concentration of IC50, HeLa and SiHa were treated in the absence as well as in the presence of curcumin. Cur-liposome showed a significant increase in apoptosis population when treated with the same dose of curcumin when compared with the cells treated with raw curcumin.
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PLANT MOLECULES AS ANTICERVICAL CANCER AGENTS
Several classes of anticancer drugs have been developed, and many of them are of natural origin.
Gallic acid (GA) is a polyhydroxy phenolic compound that is widely distributed in gallnuts, sumac, grape, green tea, oak bark, strawberry, lemon, banana, pineapple, witch hazel, and apple peel and has a wide range of biological functions. GA has an inhibitory effect on HPVcontaining cells; inducing apoptosis and kills the cells containing the HPV genome. Hence, the study suggested that GA can be a potential candidate for the development of anti-HPV agents and as a new lead for HPV infection therapy.
Coffee is a rich source of dietary phenolic phytochemicals, including caffeic acid (CA). CA is reported to have a wide variety of biological activities, including antioxidant, antithrombosis, antihypertensive, antifibrosis, antiviral, and antitumor properties. The inhibitory effect of CA on cancer cell proliferation by an oxidative mechanism in humans HT1080 fibrosarcoma cell line has been reported. The study emphasizes the mechanism by which CA inhibits cell proliferation in human cervical cancer cells (HeLa and ME-180).
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