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Melanoma:Traditional And Non-Traditional Treatment

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Melanoma is a malignant disease of the skin, which is quite difficult to treat, and progresses rapidly. Typically, the causes of this disease are excessive sun exposure, genetic predisposition, intoxication.

There are two methods of treatment of melanoma: the traditional and folk ones. But you should always remember that, before turning to traditional medicine, it is necessary to reconcile this with your doctor.

Melanoma:Traditional And Non-Traditional Treatment

Traditional melanoma treatments

Despite the fact that melanoma is difficult to treat, approximately in 75% of cases the disease can not be cured, modern medicine is doing everything that is possible to overcome this problem.

To date, the most effective method of treating melanoma is a surgical excision of all the damaged tissue, in some cases with lymph nodes. It should be remembered that the favorable outcome of an operation depends not only on the skill of the surgeon, but also on the stage of the disease.

If the disease is diagnosed in its early stages, mainly along with surgery there is used chemotherapy and radiation therapy to prevent metastasis.

Alternative treatment of melanoma

General recommendations for the treatment of melanoma folk remedies are reduced to a comprehensive detoxification, which involves cleansing the digestive tract, kidneys, liver, blood and rid the body of parasites. In addition, the favorable outcome of the treatment of melanoma, plays an important role improving the body's defenses.

Aconite for the treatment of melanoma

Aconite is a plant that belongs to the class of venomous. For the treatment of melanoma apply tincture of aconite tubers. It should be taken about an hour before a meal ground three times per day. Treatment implies that the rate should start with one drop every day and to increase the amount per droplet. After the dose reaches twenty drops at a time, it is necessary to reduce the dosage to one drop per day. After about thirty minutes after taking tincture of aconite, the patient should drink herbal decoction.

Birch bark and herbal teas in the treatment of melanoma

Birch bark.

One of the best popular recipes for the treatment of melanoma is considered birch bark and its components. Birch bark is brown and white birch bark bast. Birch bark contains a large number of betulin, the so-called birch camphor. In addition, it contains, beta-sitosterol, colorants, tannin, ascorbic acid, nicotinic acid, essential oil and so on.

According to recent research all of the above substances, especially betulinol, which was isolated by chemical means, has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effect on the body. This substance helps to cope with a variety of diseases, as has the property to kill viruses, fungi, parasites, and struggling with malignant tumors. Thus, today betulinol successfully used to fight melanoma and many other malignancies.

Herbal teas.

Herbal teas - this is a great preventive method which helps prevent the development of melanoma, but rather in the early stages of the disease, treatment with herbs can give a positive result.

To prepare the infusion of herbs that helps in melanoma, we must take:

Stinging nettle - 40 gr.

Angelica root of the drug - 20 gr.

Hyssop herb - 50 g.

Fruits coriander - 20 gr.

The mixture of herbs should be mixed  thoroughly, measure out a tablespoon of collection and pour boiling water over the water. Leave broth for at least an hour. You should drink 2-3 cups of broth during the day.

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