Cancer is one of the most dreaded diseases of the 20 th century and spreading further with continuance and increasing incidence in 21 st century. More than one in three of us will develop cancer at some point in our lives. Thousands of herbal and traditional compounds are being screened worldwide to validate their use as anti-cancerous drug. Siddha, the world’s oldest medical therapy brings out the most effective treatment for cancer. Around 80% of the patients
inflicted with Cancer reach the doctors in advanced stages when treatment is hard-hitting possible.

Cancer can be eliciting by exposure of the carcinogens, to X-rays, radioactivity and ultraviolet radiation. Early diagnosis and treatment cures many types of Cancer. The rate of success depends on the regularity of the patient in intake of medicines and care taken in observance of pathyam.

Even patients with secondary metastasis in lymph nodes also have
significant response and disappearance of mass with siddha medicines. Being gentle in their healing effects they work by assisting nature in its own healing powers. Regular intake of medicines improves metabolism, reduces the chances of recurrence; the patient’s quality of life improves, adding years and peace to his life.

Uniqueness of our Treatment


Ancient siddhars delved deep into the mysteries of life through meditation and learned that diseases are not caused by accidental exposure to germs or pathogens, as medical scientists believe. Rather,the destructive process can be reversed by adopting the time tested high-order Siddha medicine loaded with positive and constructive vibrations of Siddha Mantras. Cancer is a disease which requires frequent observation and keen monitoring.

The proposed cure (as an alternative to the modern treatment that focuses on killing the cancer cells) is to restart normal metabolism which allows the cells to revert back to being normal cells again. If the cells are held in a normal state of metabolism, with time they will go through the normal process of usual cell death and the cancer cells are permanently eliminated. Our siddha medicines apart from their therapeutic effects have been observed to provide tranquility of mind in the patients.

Method of treatment depends upon the site and type of cancer. The following types of cancer are
treated with siddha medicines:

Brain Cancer, Oropharyngeal Cancer, Stomach Cancer, Intestinal Cancer, Female Genital Cancer, Male Genital Cancer, Liver Cancer, Blood Cancer, Bone Cancer, Skin Cancer., Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the tissues of the breast. Reported breast cancer symptoms include:


 discharge from the nipple(clear or bloody)
 persistent tenderness of the breast
 pain in the nipple
 swelling or mass in the armpit (lymph nodes)
 inverted or scaly nipples
 a lump that can be felt, no matter how small
 swelling of the breast


Sometimes there are no symptoms of breast cancer when it is in the early stages.

Lung Cancer

Nine in ten of these can be squarely blamed on the pernicious effects of tobacco smoking – and unfortunately the majority of cases cannot be cured. The polycyclic hydrocarbons in cigarette smoke may play a part in the development of lung cancer; but tobacco smoke contains other possible carcinogens, as well as some radioactive substances. The risk of lung cancer increases with age. It is less common in people under 40. 80% of the above cancers are curable in early stage.

Cancer cells can be caused to revert back to normal cell behavior. Patients are examined with both modern and traditional methods and if their clinical presentation or disease stage at initial evaluation indicates that there may be a need for other specialists from all disciplines to assess the patient before a specific course of treatment is initiated.The other mission of our hospital is to educate our patients, their families about inherited cancer risks and prevention strategies to help eliminate cancer diagnoses in families at increased risk for cancer. This includes:

  1. Educating patients about the role of lifestyle changes in the development and
    transmission of cancer.
  2. Providing psycho-social support through the counseling and testing processes.
  3. Discussing the benefits, limitations and possible results of Siddha treatment.
  4. Discussing recommended cancer screening and risk reduction strategies based on the
    patient’s personal and family history.