Cancer is a widespread disease that is characterized by abnormal cell division. In the most basic terms, cancer refers to cells that grow out-of-control and invade other tissues. Cells become cancerous because of the build-up of defects, or mutations, in their DNA. 

Certainly, Homeopathy is a holistic form of alternative medication that aims at healing a person mentally, spiritually and physically. Homeopathic medicines are created from minerals, insects, and plants. These medicines have no side effects and can be safely prescribed to children and adults of all ages. However, self-medication is not advised. This is because the same homeopathic remedy may not be equally effective for two patients. When prescribing a homeopathic remedy, the doctor will take into account not only the patient’s physical complaints but also his or her mental and emotional state.

When it comes to cancer, homeopathy can be a very effective form of treatment and can help prevent cancer when a patient is in the precancerous stage. Homeopathy works in many ways to reduce the risk of cancer. Firstly, it helps the body detox. This helps the body in getting rid of harmful elements in the form of perspiration, urine, and bowel movements. This, in turn, strengthens the body, helps it fight against the tumour and speeds up the time taken to shrink the tumour.

Homeopathy is also known as a constitutional remedy as it takes into account the patient’s physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Using the right remedy can improve their energy levels and vitality and help the cancer cells shrink while keeping them from spreading any further. It also improves their quality of life, reduces pain, anxiety, stress and other such mental side effects. If the patient is simultaneously undergoing allopathic treatment such as chemotherapy or radiation, homeopathy can help relieve their side effects as well.As with any other form of medication, homeopathy is most helpful in preventing cancer if it is prescribed early. Thus, it is important to watch out for the early signs of cancer. These include changes in bladder habits, unusual bleeding to discharge, sores that do not seem to heal, indigestion, changes in moles or the appearance of new irregular moles, a nagging cough, and thickening of the skin.