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Homeopathy Treatment In Oral Mouth Cancer Cure Natural Homeopathic Remedies

Updated on December 17, 2016

How To Keep Your Smile

What motivates you to change? The smiley face or the graphic images?
What motivates you to change? The smiley face or the graphic images?

A Serious Condition

It's late at night and I stumbled along a story on Mouth Cancer Symptoms. It hit a nerve, I don't know why since I don't smoke and never have. But, the thought of this most important part of the body being effected in such a horrific way makes me cringe and feel sad.

The thought of having surgery and getting parts or all of the tongue cut out ... I just can't imagine. This is where we talk and communicate. And if I ever get one of the papillae separate off my tongue just a little that hurts bad enough.

As a cancer survivor, I know the pain of surgery, chemo and radiation and if there is any way you don't have to go through that then I suggest you take the advice of all those who recommend stop smoking and drinking yourself into a death wish.

Now, I'm going to let you know that there are homeopathic remedies that have been used throughout the past 200 years to address the issue of mouth cankers. But, these remedies can only work if you make lifestyle changes, start praying real hard because G-d plays a part in everyone's life, and shape up!

  • There is now a new oral cancer exam available. I had it done the last time I visited my dentist. The only problem was that this is expensive and many people may not be able to afford this out-of-pocket cost. Ask your dentist about ViziLite.

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Avocados may be linked to better oral health. Researchers from Ohio State University found avocado phytochemicals can kill some cancer cells and prevented pre-cancerous cells from developing into cancer.

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The benefits of eating natural whole foods such as avocados add up day-by-day. The anti-oxidant "Lutein' in combination with other elements in the avocado inhibit overgrowth of cancer cells. [UCLA published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry] Avocados may be the perfect fruit.

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Having good resource material at your side from an established organization, such as the National Cancer Institute, helps all members of the family understand disease. The entire family will be effected when one member of the family receives a life-threatening diagnosis. Each person will need coping strategies and where to find the help managing metastatic illness.

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  • 600 pages with 23 chapters
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  • What is metastatic cancer?
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Gardasil Vaccine

Make sure you educate yourself about all the side-effects of the Gardasil vaccine before you think of it as a life-saving panacea to the oral cancer dilemma. Listed below just a few possible outcomes to having this vaccination:

  • Bell's Palsy and Guillan-Barre syndrome
  • Seizures
  • Cervical dysplasia, and cervical cancer
  • Blood clotting and heart problems, including cardiac arrest
  • Miscarriages and fetal abnormalities amongst pregnant women who received the vaccine
  • Sudden death

Oral Complications of Cancer and its Management

Dr Andrew Davies,Consultant in Palliative Medicine at the Royal Marsden Hospital,and Joel Epstein wrote this book specifically for the entire cancer teams who treat patients that deal with common problems in the mouth before, during and after cancer treatment. Those who would benefit from knowing what to expect, with a guide to help patients include oncologists, nurses, oral specialists, dentists, nurse hygienists, therapy radiologists and physicians.

Whether the patient specifically has oral cancer or another form of cancer, the mucosa are generally involved, especially during chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Dry mouth, sores and other problems arise making life more stressful. Conditions such as these make eating and drinking difficult, the tastes change making foods unpalatable, speech may be affected, a reduction in communication, a loss of esteem due to changes in appearance and many other problems.

The chapters cover many medical issues:

  • Dealing with complex treatments
  • Life-threatening complications
  • The suffering patient
  • Cancer management
  • Clinical advice
  • Oral anatomy and physiology
  • Oral assessment and oral hygiene
  • Surgical, radiotherapy and chemotherapy side effects
  • Oral Infections
  • Economic effects for the patient

Oral Cancer Foundation Website

Visit Oral Screening Events Calendar to Find out when they provide a FREE ORAL CANCER SCREENING IN YOUR AREA

I highly recommend viewing the video below which provides statistics, health screening information, images, and an abundance of information for all ages.


Informative Oral Cancer Video

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Mouth Cancer Symptoms Story

Oral Lesions and Homeopathy

Dr Rajneesh Sharma provides extensive information and photographs depicting all forms of oral disease, growths and lesions with corresponding homeopathic remedies.
Dr Rajneesh Sharma provides extensive information and photographs depicting all forms of oral disease, growths and lesions with corresponding homeopathic remedies.

J.T. Kent's Repertory

Researching in the homeopathic repertory where one can look up rubrics of symptoms and disease there are numerous remedies listed. However, one size does not fit all. A professional consultation is the way to get the best care and advise.

As explained in the video shown here, there are numerous types of lesions, located in many places and at different stages of development and malignancy. An interview will be holistic with full medical history, hereditary tendencies, life traumas, habits and thorough discussion of physical, mental and emotional factors.

Homeopathy can be used in conjunction with traditional treatments. The remedies listed for cancer in the mouth, specifically the palate are aurum and hydrastis. Both are excellent remedies for depression, as well.

For cancer of the tongue these remedies are listed: Aluminum, apis, aurum, aurum-met, benz-acid, calc, carb-an, caust, conium, crot-h, cund, hydrastis, kali-chlor, kali-cy, kali-i, lach, mur-ac, nitricum-acid, phos, phytolacca, sepia, silica, sulphur and thuja.

Many other rubrics may be researched such as stomacace, aphthae, bleeding, vesicles, discoloration, excoriation, gangrenous, tongue feels like leather, tongue difficult to protrude and stiff, itching, inflammation, induration, odor, numbness, difficult to open mouth, nodosities, cancer in general, all the different types and qualities of pain, paralysis, saliva and salivation, speech difficult, tongue swelling, many taste characteristics, including putrid and saltish or slimy, and tumors that could be malignant [calc] painless, spongy or ulcerated. Then there are the gums and bones to distinguish.

It takes an artful physician to determine the most helpful remedies in the journey to wellness and lots of support and encouragement through this most debilitating disease.

Other specifics for cancer include:

Kali cynatum 30C for the tongue and ulcerations with indurated edges.
Aurum metallicum 3X for stony hard nodules on the tongue
Alumni 30C for tongue dry and burning with sour taste, sensations of stitching worse at night
Condurango tincture for painful pustules on the right side of the tip of the tongue and upper surface with pain on the left side of the tongue
Hydrastis canadensis 3X for tongue as if burned or raw with dark red coloration and raised papillae
Sempervivum tectorum 2X for general malignancy
Spigelia noted for painful fissures on the tongue; foul odor and offensive taste. Offensive taste.
Muriaticum acid when the tongue appears pale, swollen, dry, leathery, paralyzed. Deep ulcers on tongue. Hard lumps in tongue. Epithelioma; edges bluish-red. Aphthous mouth. Gums and glands swollen. Fetid Breath.

Always seek professional help in all cases.

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Warning Signs: Precancerous Lesions

Precancerous Lesions |

White, red, or mixed white-red areas that are not easily wiped away, persist for more than 2 weeks, and are not definable as some other condition may be precancerous. The same risk factors are involved in precancerous lesions as in cancerous growths, and precancerous lesions may become cancerous if not removed.

Leukoplakia is a flat white spot that may develop when the moist inner lining of the mouth (oral mucosa) is irritated for a long period. The injured spot appears white because it has a thickened layer of keratin—the same material that covers the skin and normally is less abundant in the lining of the mouth.

Erythroplakia is a red and flat or worn away area that results when the lining of the mouth thins. The area appears red because the underlying capillaries are more visible. Erythroplakia is a much more ominous predictor of oral cancer

These descriptions can give symptoms to research in the Homeopathic Repertory when they are prominent factors.

Open Wide

Open wide and say, "Ah"
Open wide and say, "Ah"

After You've Voted

After you've voted be honest. What are your excuses for continuing to smoke?

  • Looking at the gross images of deformity, does that make an impact? Does it register? Do you look and say, "No, that's not me and it won't happen to me?"
  • Is it just a flat picture, without feeling the sensations or the smelling the destructive odor of the corrosive skin lesions? Do you need to visit a clinic or hospital filled with patients the same way they take offenders to prisons to get up-close and personal with prison life?
  • What does it take to get the message? That fact that you would be totally humiliated to show your face in public?
  • The idea that you could never taste your food? That it may be difficult to swallow, speak or eat or kiss a loved one?
  • Are you more worried about lung cancer and mouth cancer was not a concern?
  • Are you resigned to your fate? Just, "so, what, everybody has to go sometime. Ho-hum."
  • What's your excuse and rationalization?
  • Being scared is not going to change things. It's an addiction, and I don't believe I can change. Statistics really don't scare me.

Disclaimer: This Information is for Educational Purposes Only

About the Author

Debby Bruck, CHOM founded Homeopathy World Community social network. Debby believes that homeopathy is the wave of the future that provides hope and healing to those who have tried every other approach. Visit her blog or follow Debby on Twitter.

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      Nasir jamal 

      11 months ago

      Mam what is the medicine for oral cancer like a semisolid fissure with no pain arises at the left corner of lips joint. Patient is former smoker. He is 48 years old male. Tata hospital confirmed that it is oral cancer.

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      3 years ago

      Hello, my uncle has likely to have a cancer tongue. Doctor saying for surgery and remove that part of spread. I just have a question. Is there any way we can treat without surgery? Is there any other treatments to cure that? Please let me know I need some advice. Thank you

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      6 years ago

      Dear Naturman - The purpose of writing these articles, hopefully, will bring this information out into the light of day. Blessings, Debby

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      Michael Roberts 

      6 years ago from UK

      Alcohol is a couse of many cancers including the mouth, It is great we all share these problems

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      sandip vaghela 

      7 years ago

      thank you mam for suggestion..

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      7 years ago

      Dear Sandip ~ As I have been teaching these many years, not one remedy fits each disease. A full consultation, including onset, history, symptom picture, pathology and clinical exams will guide the homeopath to select an appropriate remedy.

      Please see the "Oral Lesions and Homeopathy" book by Dr Rajneesh Sharma. If you need to contact the doctor and make an appointment let me know. To your health, Debby

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      sandip vaghela 

      7 years ago

      What is the Homeopathic treatment for oral Leucoplakia arising from tobacco chewing and how can cure it with homeopathic treatment and how can prevent it to cancerous stage?

    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      7 years ago

      Dear Joyce ~ I applaud you for seeking out information to heal yourself, for taking action and responsibility for your continued improvement. Many people want to know what to do after surgery. I will take your question into consideration and perhaps produce a live video show around this topic. Stay tuned. Blessings, Debby

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      Joyce Eichenberger 

      7 years ago

      I have just watched your videos and read the items on

      your site. Very informitive. Can you list vits and herbs

      for oral cancer recovery? I had surgery for tumor in

      mouth and tongue flap recovery. Thank for all your good


    • Debby Bruck profile imageAUTHOR

      Debby Bruck 

      8 years ago

      Dear no ~ It sounds like you have started on the right road to healing. You've already stopped smoking. Wonderful. And, I hope you do not drink alcohol, since that would also be a contributory factor. Check with a professional regarding the amount of sunlight you receive. I like to take my walks in the early morning or late afternoon hours to get vitamin D without chance of burning skin. There are body cleansers such as the use of cilantro and/or spirulina as foods to remove any metals or toxins from the body. You have not left a reliable contact for someone to give you a personal response regarding your individual needs. Remember that every person should be viewed as a special case. In good health, Debby

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      8 years ago

      But what can I do. I would like to know what - besides quitting smoking since I'm doing that - what herbs, foods, ointments, what can I buy at the store that can help me. I don't have access to health care.

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      Debby Bruck 

      8 years ago

      Hello Ez Kay ~ Welcome to Hubpages. I appreciate your little note. Blessings, Debby

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      Ez Kay 

      8 years ago

      Interesting article which i enjoyed reading and coming across.


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