Lung Cancer!!! What first come in your mind??? A person who is a previous chain smoker??? You might be wrong, the lung cancer sufferer not only the previous smoker, he might even not touch a cigarette in her entire life. Anyway this time I am not discussing about how lung cancer spread and causes of lung cancer, today I am talking about herbs that prevent lung cancer. So, here are few herbs that prevent lung cancer:
SKULLCAP (Scutellaria barbata): belongs to mint family and found in Asia. In many research this have been proven that SKULLCAP shown action against lung cancer and also in many other cancer like stomach and intestines.
Arjuna: is an Ayurvedic herb and found in Himalayas, Taking Arjuna will help you in preventing Lung cancer.
Green Tea: is a chemopreventive agent against lung cancer, it also helps you in your weight loss.
Fish oils: can be found in a market in the form of capsules. In fish oil omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) are present that help in reduce inflammation in the body. Fish oils are also anti-inflammatory agents for lung cancer prevention.
ASTRAGALUS (Huang Qi): a Chinese herb which help in boosting immune system. It also helps immune system to identify damage cells. It also help in AIDS and cancer prevention.
CAT´S CLAW (Encarta tormentosa): It is an excellent substitute of astragalus, curcumin and Echinacea. In research found that it will reduces the size of tumor and also helpful in reduction of side effect of chemo and radiation.
CURCUMIN (Turmeric): Most common Indian herb, used in daily routine meals. Curcumin is a best anti-agent herb for cancer. In Ayurveda it’s used in much mediation from many years. It helps in reduction of tumor cell and also inhibit blood supply tumor.
RED CLOVER: In many research found that red clover is helpful in tumor. Good anti- agent herb for cancer.
There are also so many other herb which are helpful in lung cancer and cancer treatment as a prevention. Before taking any of these herbs must first concern your physician.
The information shared in this blog is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice.