Nasopharyngeal Cancer Treatment


Nasopharyngeal cancer develops a condition in which the cancer develops in the nasopharynx, the area behind the nose and above the back of the throat. It originates from the cells lining the nasopharynx, specifically the squamous cells or glandular cells. In its early stages, nasopharyngeal cancer may not present noticeable symptoms. However, as the tumor progresses, it can give rise to persistent nasal congestion, nosebleeds, hearing issues, speech changes, swallowing difficulties, enlarged neck lymph nodes, facial pain or numbness, headaches, and vision problems.

Ayurveda focuses on restoring the balance of the body, mind, and spirit. It involves herbal formulations and detoxification techniques which helps in treating nasopharyngeal cancer. Ayurvedic treatment uses herbs for supporting overall health and immune function including Ashwagandha, Turmeric, Tulsi (Holy Basil), and Triphala. It plays a supportive role in cancer treatment by focusing on overall well being, managing side effects of the treatment, and treating symptoms. 

Ayurveda helps in-

  • Managing nasal congestion.

  • Reduce hearing issues.

  • Reduces pain and frequent headaches. 

  • Reduces swelling in lymph nodes. 


Jain’s cow urine therapy clinic aims for a happy and healthy life by integrating ancient Ayurvedic knowledge with modern technology. Our therapy means cow urine including Ayurveda works on a person’s three doshas that are- The Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These tri-energies maintain our health, any imbalance in these doshas, is responsible for human’s health and disease. We are glad to say that we have seen so many positive results through our treatment. Thousands of people got rid of many diseases after taking our treatment.

Our patients not only put an end to their disease but also live a disease-free healthy life forever. This is the reason why people are getting attention towards our therapy. Our years of research in Ayurvedic treatments have helped us advance our methodology. We aim to reach as many people as we can to build a healthy and happy society all over the world.


Jain’s Cow urine therapy with its various medicinal properties like anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-infectious etc., helps treat Nasopharyngeal cancer. Cow urine’s medicinal properties effectively fights with the cancer causing germs and help reduce the pain, redness and inflammation in the affected area. It promotes the natural healing process. Cow urine is very effective in treating various ailments as it improves the functioning of the overall body.



Key herbs which makes the treatement more effective

Kanchnar Guggul

Kachnar shows a cytotoxic effect by inhibiting cell (antimicrobial) division and reducing cell proliferation. The results of cytotoxic effects reflect the cancer healing potential of this herb and support its traditional use in cancer treatment.


We use gojala in our cow-urine therapy, basically it means cow-urine extract, the main component in our medicine. This extract is made of the urine of the indigenous breeds of cow. Gojala has its own benefits because it’s beyond the possibility of any kind of contamination. It has high quality and is abundant. When gojala mixed with ayurvedic herbs it becomes more effective to treat any disease and favourable to the consequence of the particular disease. This extract is superimly tested and that’s why it’s more trustable and beneficial as well.


  • Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) Infection: Infection with the Epstein-Barr virus is strongly associated with nasopharyngeal cancer. The virus is prevalent in certain geographic areas, such as Southeast Asia and parts of Africa, where the incidence of nasopharyngeal cancer is higher.

  • Genetic Factors: Certain genetic variations and family history of nasopharyngeal cancer may increase the risk of developing the disease. However, specific genes involved in nasopharyngeal cancer development have not been fully identified.

  • Environmental Factors: Exposure to certain environmental factors may play a role in the development of nasopharyngeal cancer. These factors include consumption of certain preserved or salted foods, exposure to wood dust or formaldehyde, and exposure to certain chemicals in industries such as textile or metalworking.



  • Avoidance of Known Risk Factors: Minimize exposure to risk factors such as excessive consumption of preserved or salted foods, exposure to wood dust or formaldehyde, and other occupational hazards.

  • EBV Infection Prevention: Since EBV infection is strongly associated with nasopharyngeal cancer, taking precautions to reduce the risk of EBV infection can be beneficial. This includes practicing good hygiene, such as frequent handwashing, and avoiding close contact with individuals who have infectious mononucleosis (caused by EBV).

  • Healthy Lifestyle Choices: Adopting a healthy lifestyle can contribute to overall well-being and potentially reduce the risk of developing various types of cancer, including nasopharyngeal cancer. This includes maintaining a balanced diet, regular physical activity, avoiding tobacco use, and limiting alcohol consumption.

  • Regular Check-ups: Regular medical check-ups can help detect any early signs or symptoms of nasopharyngeal cancer. Routine examinations of the nasopharynx, especially for individuals at higher risk, can aid in early detection and prompt treatment.

Symptoms -

  • Nasal Symptoms: Persistent nasal congestion or stuffiness, blocked or stuffy nose, frequent nosebleeds, and post-nasal drip (mucus dripping down the back of the throat).

  • Ear Problems: Hearing loss or a sensation of fullness in the affected ear, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), and ear infections that may recur.

  • Throat and Neck Symptoms: Sore throat that doesn't improve, persistent hoarseness, difficulty swallowing, a lump or mass in the neck, swollen lymph nodes in the neck, and persistent pain or pressure in the ear.

  • Respiratory Issues: Frequent or persistent nasal infections, chronic sinusitis, and recurrent respiratory infections.

  • Facial Pain or Numbness: Pain or numbness in the face, particularly around the nose or upper cheek area.

  • Weight Loss and Fatigue: Unexplained weight loss, general weakness, and fatigue.

  • Changes in Vision: Blurred vision, double vision, or bulging of the eye due to involvement of nearby structures.


  • Squamous Cell Carcinoma: This is the most common type of nasopharyngeal cancer, accounting for the majority of cases. Squamous cell carcinoma originates from the thin, flat cells that line the nasopharynx. It is often associated with infection by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV).

  • Non-keratinizing Carcinoma: This type of nasopharyngeal cancer is further divided into differentiated and undifferentiated subtypes. Non-keratinizing differentiated carcinoma contains more recognizable cancer cells, while non-keratinizing undifferentiated carcinoma consists of poorly differentiated cancer cells that may be more aggressive.

  • There are also other, less common types of nasopharyngeal cancer, including:

  • Adenocarcinoma: This type of cancer originates from the glandular cells in the nasopharynx.

  • Lymphoepithelioma-like Carcinoma: This is a rare variant of nasopharyngeal cancer that is characterized by a prominent lymphocytic (immune cell) infiltrate.


The staging system commonly used for nasopharyngeal cancer is the TNM system, which evaluates the tumor (T), lymph node involvement (N), and presence of distant metastasis (M). Here are the stages and potential complications associated with nasopharyngeal cancer:
  • Stage 0: Also known as carcinoma in situ, cancer cells are present only in the lining of the nasopharynx without spreading to nearby tissues. At this stage, there may not be any symptoms, and the cancer is often detected incidentally during diagnostic tests.
  • Stage I: The tumor is confined to the nasopharynx and may or may not have spread to nearby lymph nodes. There are generally no distant metastases. Complications at this stage may include symptoms such as nasal congestion, hearing loss, or tinnitus (ringing in the ears).
  • Stage II: The tumor extends beyond the nasopharynx but has not invaded the nearby structures or organs. It may or may not have spread to nearby lymph nodes, and there are no distant metastases. Complications can include symptoms similar to Stage I, along with possible difficulties in swallowing or speaking.
  • Stage III: The tumor has invaded nearby tissues or organs, such as the skull base, cranial nerves, or sinus. It may or may not have spread to nearby lymph nodes, and there are no distant metastases. At this stage, complications can include persistent earaches, facial numbness, or double vision, depending on the affected structures.
  • Stage IVA: The cancer has spread extensively to nearby tissues, structures, or organs, and it may involve multiple lymph nodes. Distant metastases may or may not be present. Complications can include severe pain, difficulty breathing or speaking, and neurological symptoms due to nerve involvement.
  • Stage IVB: The cancer has spread to distant organs or distant lymph nodes. Complications at this stage may vary depending on the specific organs affected by metastasis, but they can include weight loss, fatigue, and organ dysfunction.



  • Obstruction: As the tumor grows, it can block the nasopharynx, leading to symptoms such as nasal congestion, difficulty breathing through the nose, or recurrent sinus infections.
  • Hearing and Balance Problems: The close proximity of the nasopharynx to the ears can result in complications like hearing loss, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), or problems with balance.
  • Cranial Nerve Dysfunction: Nasopharyngeal cancer may affect cranial nerves that pass through or near the nasopharynx. This can lead to complications such as facial numbness or weakness, double vision, difficulty moving the eyes, or difficulty swallowing.
  • Metastasis: Advanced stages of nasopharyngeal cancer may involve the spread of cancer cells to distant organs, such as the bones, liver, or lungs. Metastatic complications can vary depending on the affected organs and may include pain, organ dysfunction, or other specific symptoms related to the site of metastasis.
  • Treatment Side Effects: The treatments used for nasopharyngeal cancer, such as radiation therapy or chemotherapy, can cause side effects. These may include fatigue, hair loss, skin reactions, dry mouth, difficulty swallowing (dysphagia), or changes in taste.
  • Secondary Infections: Nasopharyngeal cancer weakens the immune system, making individuals more susceptible to infections, such as pneumonia or sinusitis.
  • Emotional and Psychological Effects: Dealing with a cancer diagnosis and its treatment can have a significant emotional and psychological impact. Patients may experience anxiety, depression, fear, or stress during their cancer journey.



What are the common symptoms of nasopharyngeal cancer?

The symptoms of nasopharyngeal cancer can vary, but some common signs include persistent nasal congestion, a lump in the neck, frequent nosebleeds, hearing loss, headache, facial pain, and blurred vision.

What are the treatment options for nasopharyngeal cancer?

Jain's cow urine thrapy is the best treatment support of nasopharyngeal cancer depends on the stage of the disease and other factors. It involve a combination herbal medicines that help fight the cancer causing bacteria and treat the cancer..