Published: 03/22/2015 - Updated: 05/18/2018
Author: MSc. Miriam Reyes
Rhabdomyosarcoma is a type of cancer or tumor (malignant) that develops in the muscles connected to the bones. There are some areas in which it more commonly appears, like the arms and legs, the head, genitourinary region, etc. This is a very rare condition.
Causes: Science doesn’t know the cause
Energetic cause: the muscles represent strength and mobility in the body. One of the causes of this disease is related to a sense of having to exert more effort, very competitive individuals or children that are placed in demanding environments, especially in athletics. It is also associated with a sense of being “very strong” to withstand, look at, swallow, or carry something, according the the area in which the tumor develops.
It could develop in children with congenital anomalies, but the majority of children with Rhabdomyosarcoma do not exhibit known risk factors.
Symptoms of Rhabdomyosarcoma
- Muscle mass or protuberance that may or may not be painful.
- Throat or nose tumors could cause bleeding, nasal congestion or problems swallowing. It is spreads to the head this leads to neurological problems.
- Tumors in the eye region could cause vision problems, problems in the ears cause pain or swelling. If the tumor appears in the genitourinary region, this could cause urinary problems or incontinence.
- Tumors in the legs and arms could cause protuberances, they are often times painful, and could even be confused for athletic injuries
Natural Treatment for Rhabdomyosarcoma
This could vary depending of the type of Rhabdomyosarcoma and the area in which is appears. However, the chosen treatment could be accompanied by this natural alternative that will definitely help healing.
The soothing diet:
Blood and intestinal quality is a basic point, and fundamental in all healing. That’s why it is recommendable to start a diet that lowers blood pH and cleanses of body’s general circulation of excessive blood toxins. For this, we recommend eating a diet based of fresh and steamed vegetables, rice and whole grains, plant-based milks, like almond, primarily.
Before breakfast you need to start by drinks citrus juices or eating citrus fruits. We recommend lemon tea, which can be prepared by adding the juice from one lemon in a glass of warm water. Do not sweeten with anything. Drink daily and wait 20 minutes before eating anything else.
It is very important that you drink aloe juice with carrots daily, at mid-day. If you don’t have an aloe plant, use nopal, but try to get the aloe because this is a strong anti-carcinogen. You should include chia, spirulina seaweed and pineapple in your daily breakfast, which will enormously help reduce the tumor.
You should avoid: all kinds of junk food, processed, sugary, or refined foods, etc. Most of all, avoid any sort of food including cow’s milk, cheeses, and white flour or sugar. Also, avoid deli meats and red meat.
Alternative soothing therapies
Reflexology, bioenergy and acupuncture could help. However, you need to remember that the illness is something that needs to be worked with. All therapies help, but if the individual doesn’t discover the root of the illness, then it will reappear, or it won’t disappear. In this case, we recommend following a Biodecoding therapy, whereby an individual recognizes the emotional factor causing the disease. In the case of children, it helps a lot if you don’t look at the disease as “bad”. You need to understand it from a learning perspective. Teach children that one can learn about oneself from everything that happens. Thinking that an illness is “bad” creates rejection and lack of contact with what one needs to learn.
We also recommend that you take a look at what you feel, resent, or any big conflicts that you are avoiding; these generally create a lot of disease.
You need to keep very clear that the body has a surprising self-healing ability which we aren’t used to using, but if you were to re-establish the flow of harmony in the body, you will notice that the illness disappears from whence it came.
Revised by: Dra. Loredana Lunadei on 05/18/2018
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