King Gland Prostate Know, Care and Cure
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King Gland Prostate Know, Care and Cure

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Item Code: NAU282
Author: Dr. Shiv Dua
Publisher: B. Jain Publishers (P) Ltd
Language: ENGLISH
Edition: 2017
ISBN: 9788131903452
Pages: 202
Other Details: 9.00 X 6.00 inch
Weight 250 gm
About the Book

Prostate enlargement is one of the most common problems among men in their old age. It develops as a result of dietary, environmental and hereditary factors. Treatment can be most successful if the condition is found early. Here is a book which helps in understanding and detecting the problem at an early age. The book also suggests many dietary advices and alternative therapies, which can be useful if one does not want to go for surgery or in cases where surgery is not advisable. Your self-help guide for prostate.

Highlights of the book:

  • Causes, signs & symptoms of prostate enlargement

  • Cancer of prostate gland

  • Care &cure of prostate cancer

  • Yoga

  • Acupressure

  • Magnetotherapy

  • Homeopathy

  • Alsoincludes ayurveda, naturopathy & diet

    About the Author

    Dr. Shiv Dua, M.A., D.I.Hom. (London) is a well-known name in the literary circles of Homeopathy. His eight books—Practitioners Guide to Gall bladder and Kidney Stone, Oral Diseases, Cervical Spondylosis - Neck Pain, Constitutional Remedies Through Interesting Short Stories, Homeopathic Self-healing Guide for Beginners, Hair Care - A Complete Solutions to Your Hair Problems, Nail Care - A Complete Solution to Your Nail Problems and Know and Solve Thyroid Problems have been well accepted by the readers.


    "Prostate is a King gland because queens do not have it. tis a proprietary providence of male's prowess to be called a ‘Purash’. That is why it is called ‘PORUSH OR PURASTH Granthi’ in Hindi. Prostate is a symbolic pride depicting youth. When youth is gone, prostate also gets old, wrinkled, enlarged and even diseased."

    This is what my father late Shri Hira Nand Dua told me about the prostate gland. He was a true devotee of Homeopathy. A doctor Milava Ram of Dera Ismail Khan, NWEP, Pakistan introduced him to homeopathy and biochemistry. He had some ‘Urdu’ books published by J.5. Sant Singh of Lahore. After the partition of India when our family shifted to Amritsar, I saw three books with him— Organon, Materia Medica of Kent and Boericke. I do not know how many books he was having while in Pakistan. An Urdu book ‘Kamil Sanyasi’ (still with me) containing pen- sketches of body’s organs was his pride possession. It was this ‘Unani’ literature that gave me first information about the prostate gland.

    In 1995, I wrote an article in Hindi, "Jab Prostate Granthi Barh Jaye" and it was published in ‘Rajasthan Patrika’ (13.10.95); a leading Hindi daily of Rajasthan. Those days I was working in Geological Survey of India and posted in camp Sawar of Dist. Ajmer, Rajasthan. In the evening attended to patients at Bus Stand, Sawar. A small hardware store owner had provided verandah of his shop with table, bench, chair and wooden box to keep my medicines that were distributed free of cost to the people. After this article was published in newspaper, many aged patients having prostate complaints started coming. Before reading this article, they never thought of the existence of this gland and they always held kidneys responsible for their urine problems. The fact is that more than seventy five percent of our male population lives in rural areas and most of them do not know about the names of glands like Prostate. This is unfortunate that people are trained to earn livelihood, trained to keep good health, trained to keep off vices but not trained to know their body parts. Parents tell their children to take milk, butter, ghee or non-vegetarian meals and also about exercise but no one tells them about working of our body. Imparting this knowledge is left to the school teachers. If a student learns something about human body during his study course, prostate does not come up in the primary functioning of body until there is a higher study of medicine.

    Even if people are told about the prostate and its connection with sexual activity, they would resort to celibacy or avoid sex rather than going in for treatment or operation. For them, anything connected with urine problems is due to less intake of water or ‘Lassi’ or ‘Chhachh’. In big cities and towns where people are better educated, they are aware of prostate problems but still they avoid its operation, thinking that it is a symbol of their existing sexual power, which they do not want to part with.

    In the name of psycho-analysis (propagated by Freud), many doctors say that sexual activity entertains mind and dissolves tensions. It is a materialistic view of modern era and has no scientific basis. Freud does not say that one should indulge in sex only to entertain or erase tensions. His saying is that it should not be suppressed. Indian people are traditionally bound to think that conservation of semen through celibacy means prolonged life and youthfulness.

    According to ‘Vedas’, loss of semen is death and its absorption in the body is life. We have two types of secretions - internal and external. Some internal secretions, when absorbed in the body, keep the body healthy and prolong longevity. Man can overcome old age diseases (prostate enlargement or prostate cancer included) by preservation of semen. By its loss, the life is shortened. When an old man, of say seventy years, indulges in prolonged sexual act, his blood pressure increases and when it is difficult to cope up with this increased pressure, it ends in paralysis or brain hemorrhage. This also means that an old man indulging in sex is putting undue pressure on his prostate for release of fluid. Where is the necessity to do so when the efficiency of prostate is on the decline? It is supposed to be left idle. Many doctors do not agree to this argument and say that prostate must be kept active for prolonged life of the gland.

    According to ancient Vedic system, the life of man is hundred years. At the age of fifty, he enters ‘Vaanprastha ashram.’ After the age of fifty, no one should enter into sexual acts, if he desires to live upto one hundred years. We are Indians and should believe in Indian system of living. Why should we leave our thinking and way of life and adopt western materialism, thinking, eating habits and their sex ‘adventures’ like anal/oral/unnatural sex? ‘We should preserve precious semen after the age of fifty and let it get absorbed in the body to avoid diseases of ‘Porush granthi’, says the golden Indian philosophy.

    **Contents and Sample Pages**

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