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By On 24/02/2020

Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver that occurs under the influence of toxic, autoimmune, or infectious processes. The main clinical signs of the disease are sensations of pain and heaviness in the right hypochondrium, a feeling of bitterness and dry mouth, nausea, belching, lack of appetite.

In severe cases, jaundice develops, a rash appears on the skin, the patient loses weight. Complications of hepatitis can be the transition of the disease to a chronic form, cirrhosis, hepatic coma, and liver cancer. Therapy includes the appointment of a special diet, the use of hepatoprotection, detoxification of the body, specific pathogenetic, and therapy.



Hepatitis remedy

Hepatitis can be a very disturbing disease that affects almost all states of our being (mental, social, and physical). If you are suffering from hepatitis and find conventional medicine too expensive, inefficient and have too many side effects, this is what you need; our herbal treatment for hepatitis.

The conventional drugs bring sides effects such as anemia, loss of appetite, fatigue, impaired concentration, increased heart rate, insomnia, and so on, whereas our herbal treatment gives out the most of its efficiency and without any side effects that could affect your daily activities. Our natural treatment treats the disease to the core and not just reduce symptoms as conventional medicines do. Hepatitis c virus becomes resistant to conventional drugs, try ou herbal treatment and we will let you be the judge.


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Hepatitis Classification 

The following types of hepatitis are distinguished with the following :

  • Fulminant - develop within a few days;
  • Acute - has a pronounced clinical picture, the outcome of the disease may be a complete recovery of the patient or the transition of hepatitis to a chronic form;
  • Active chronic - the clinical picture develops gradually, the symptoms are mild;
  • Persistent chronic - the clinical picture is erased, the symptoms are weak, in contrast to the active form, the patient does not worsen.

By etiology, the following types of hepatitis are distinguished:

  1. Infectious. It occurs as a result of liver damage by a viral infection. The following forms of infectious hepatitis are distinguished:
    • hepatitis A, B, C, D, E, F, G;
    • Inflammation of the liver with infectious mononucleosis, yellow fever, mumps, rubella, cytomegalovirus infection.
  2. Bacterial. It occurs with syphilis, leptospirosis.
  3. Toxic:
    • drug hepatitis;
    • alcoholic hepatitis;
    • hepatitis caused by poisoning with poisons and chemicals.
  4. Rays. This occurs when the body is exposed to a high dose of radiation.
  5. Autoimmune. Inflammation of the liver is caused by increased activity of the immune system, which has a damaging effect on the liver.
  6. Cholangiogenic. It occurs as a complication of diseases of the biliary tract and gall bladder.


Causes of Hepatitis

The main causes of the development of the disease are :

  • hepatitis viruses;
  • Use of untreated water and contaminated products;
  • work in hazardous production;
  • Living in adverse conditions ;
  • hereditary predisposition;
  • unprotected intercourse;
  • receiving large doses of radiation;
  • Transfusion of infected blood or use of non-sterile equipment during transfusion and other medical procedures;
  • alcohol abuse
  • uncontrolled intake of certain drugs;
  • Non-compliance with basic hygiene rules and standards ;
  • some autoimmune diseases;
  • The use of hygiene items common with hepatitis patients (for example, a shaving stick).


Hepatitis Symptoms

The clinical picture with different forms of hepatitis may vary. The main clinical signs of the disease are :

  • aching in the right hypochondrium, which occurs constantly or periodically;
  • A feeling of bitterness in the mouth;
  • headaches, dizziness, general weakness;
  • increase in body temperature;
  • bad breath;
  • the yellowness of the skin, mucous membranes ;
  • itchy skin;
  • decreased appetite;
  • dyspeptic syndrome (constipation, diarrhea, vomiting);
  • the dark color of urine.

If one or more of the above symptoms occurs, you should immediately consult a doctor and undergo an examination. It should be remembered that at an early stage, hepatitis is often asymptomatic, which greatly complicates the diagnosis. In the absence of timely treatment, hepatitis passes into the chronic stage, which is difficult to treat.


Diagnosis of hepatitis

The main methods for diagnosing the disease are :

  • Interrogation and examination of the patient, assessment of the clinical picture of the disease;
  • blood test (for hepatitis, general, biochemical);
  • PCR - determine the presence of the virus in the blood and its sensitivity to drugs;
  • liver biopsy - is performed in case of severe chronic hepatitis and in the late stage of viral acute hepatitis, with its help determine the degree of liver damage and prescribe treatment.


Hepatitis treatment

The choice of treatment method depends on the type of hepatitis.

With hepatitis A, the patient is prescribed a strict diet and bed rest, detoxification, and symptomatic therapy. When treatment is started on time, the patient fully recovers.

With hepatitis B, full recovery occurs in 80% of cases. It is very important to prevent the transition of the disease into a chronic form since it is often accompanied by the development of cirrhosis. Patients are prescribed basic therapy, antiviral drugs (if indicated), and drugs that improve metabolism. Treatment of hepatitis B for a long time, in some cases, after a while, the second course of treatment is necessary.

An extremely dangerous form of the disease is hepatitis C, which can cause the development of serious complications such as cirrhosis or liver cancer. Therapy with this form of the disease is aimed at solving two main problems - to eliminate the virus from the body as much as possible and to reduce the intensity of the inflammatory process in order to prevent the development of cirrhosis.

With hepatitis C, interferon is indicated, which prevents the further development of inflammation, but has a number of side effects (decreased appetite, general weakness, fever), which disappear a couple of weeks after the start of treatment.

It should be understood that interferon-alpha does not completely cure hepatitis C, but significantly reduces the likelihood of developing cirrhosis and improves the patient's quality of life.

After completing the course of treatment, each patient should do a blood test every month to timely identify possible re-inflammation of the liver.


Home remedies for Hepatitis

To maintain liver health, ancient medicine has something to offer. Using unconventional remedies is an affordable and safe treatment. The medicinal plants contain a considerable amount of nutrients that are essential in the fight against various diseases.

Hepatitis c and other liver diseases - recipes of alternative medicine

Over the centuries, people have kept valuable recipes for the treatment of hepatitis C and other liver diseases, transmitted from generation to generation. The effectiveness of many of them is confirmed by traditional medicine. A considerable amount of plant components is part of pharmacological drugs.



A universal remedy for various liver pathologies is freshly squeezed carrot juice. This is a safe and affordable medicine. Vitamin A is present in large quantities in this vegetable. It has a beneficial effect on the liver, cleanses, and restores it. Drinking fresh carrot juice in sufficient doses can naturally improve the liver.




This product contains trace elements important to the liver. Honey helps to remove bile, prevents the occurrence of inflammatory processes in the liver. Honey has a high beneficial effect on the chronic form of the disease. Before using the product, it is worth considering the level of gastric juice. So, with chronic hepatitis honey take 1 tbsp. l three times during the day 1.5-3 hours before a meal.


Corn silk

Corn silk

This is an effective plant not only for acute and chronic hepatitis but also for other organ diseases:

  • cirrhosis of the liver;
  • pathology of the gallbladder;
  • cholecystitis, etc.

To prepare a healing potion, you can use one of the following methods:

  • Infusion. 1 tbsp of the chopped mixture will be required and in a cup of boiling water, let rest for several hours. Take in 30 minutes before meals up to 2-3 tbsp. 
  • Decoction. For 0.5 l of water, 1 tsp of corn silk will be required. Soak in the water bath for about half an hour, insist 1 hour. Drink 0.5 tbsp. in four doses.

The duration of treatment with corn stigmas is until recovery.


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