plant for hepatitis

Hepatitis is  an inflammatory disease of the liver. This complication can be self-limiting (that is, it resolves spontaneously or without specific treatment) or progress to fibrosis, cirrhosis or  cancer of the liver  . What virus is the root cause of this disease

Hepatitis viruses are the most common cause of hepatitis worldwide; But other infections, toxins (like alcohol and some drugs), and autoimmune diseases can also cause hepatitis. We have five major hepatitis viruses, designated by the letters A, B, C, D and E.

These viruses are of great concern because of the illness and mortality they cause, as well as their potential for spread and epidemics, especially types B and C, which cause chronic disease in hundreds of millions of people. People and are the leading cause of cirrhosis. And are liver cancers

Natural treatment for hepatitis

HEPATITIS B, C NATURAL TREATMENT
Plants and roots against hepatitis B and C

Our natural remedy for hepatitis is indeed much more effective than the drugs usually used to fight hepatitis. These drugs do not fight hepatitis at its origin. They can only prevent the symptoms of the disease, without destroying the virus.

In fact, our natural treatment is different, it is 100% herbal and it attacks the virus directly. At the end of your treatment, the virus will be permanently gone and you will be completely cured. Trust us! This natural remedy is the secret to curing hepatitis B and C by plants.

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Causes of hepatitis

There are many possible causes of hepatitis. The most common cause is viral inflammation, while the disease is less common due to genetic and storage diseases. The factor that significantly affects liver disease is, of course, alcohol, which when consumed in excessive amounts damages liver cells, causes liver failure and cirrhosis.

Hygiene and sex life are also important (hepatitis B or C can be infected through unprotected sex).

Types of hepatitis

The most common types of hepatitis include:

1. Autoimmune hepatitis: is  more common in women of all ages. However, people with rheumatism, hypothyroidism, type 1 diabetes and immunodeficiency are predisposed to this type of hepatitis. Autoimmune hepatitis is more aggressive in young people.
2. Viral hepatitis:  we divide it into acute and chronic hepatitis (due to the time elapsed from the first contact with the antigen and the causative agent). We also divide viral hepatitis according to the cause of the disease:
  1. Hepatotropic virus A (HAV): is usually transmitted by ingestion and is closely linked to poor hygiene,
  2. Hepatotropic B virus (HBV): Infections occur after surgical procedures in which the continuity of tissue is interrupted and virus particles enter the blood. Also, we can get HBV through sexual contact. There is a risk that a pregnant woman will transmit the virus to her baby at the time of birth. Therefore, during the first 24 hours of life, newborns are vaccinated against hepatitis B. Prompt initiation of treatment reduces symptoms and limits organ damage,
  3. Hepatotropic virus type C (HCV): this is the most dangerous of all, there is no vaccine yet. You can protect yourself against infections by using protection during sex or by using aseptic and antiseptics against medical procedures.
  4. Hepatotropic virus type D (HDV): coexists with HBV infections (it never appears alone),
  5. Hepatotropic virus type E (HEV): can infect nutritional yeast, but is very rare.

3. Alcoholic hepatitis: caused by alcohol consumption which results in necrosis and damage to hepatocytes. The symptoms of this type of inflammation are:

  1. Tiredness
  2. General weakness,
  3. Pain in the right hypochondrium,
  4. Cachexia caused by large amounts of alcohol.

The best way to fight the disease is to stop drinking alcohol, that is, to eliminate the risk factor. If patients continue to drink alcohol, chronic inflammation can develop and possibly cirrhosis.

Plants to treat hepatitis

Milk thistle

This plant is a clear favorite in the fight for a healthy liver. It contains silymarin, which strengthens the mucous membranes of this organ while protecting it from toxins. In addition, it supports the natural regenerative processes of the liver. It also helps in cleansing the whole body. Milk thistle speeds up digestion and lowers cholesterol. In addition, it regulates the work of the gallbladder. The herb is also a source of antioxidants that protect against cancer. The use of milk thistle is recommended especially in cases of fatty liver and even cirrhosis, as well as intoxication and jaundice because it prevents severe inflammation.

Dandelion

This herb with flowers of a characteristic yellow color has cleaning properties. It helps the liver to get rid of all impurities quickly and efficiently, and also speeds up digestive processes. It improves the secretion of bile, which determines the correct synthesis of fats. Therefore, we recommend to use dandelion if the cause of your liver problem results by eating a diet high in fatty foods.  It is also anti-inflammatory, which makes it perfect for viral inflammation. Some studies also show the anticancer effects of this herb.

Artichoke

The common artichoke has a number of extremely beneficial properties for the liver – it improves the excretion of bile, has a diastolic and cleansing effect. It is recommendable for people who have blood sugar problems, as it regulates glucose levels. In addition, it allows you to lower cholesterol and speed up the body cleansing process. Drinking artichoke decoction can lead to a mild purgation, which is why it is ideal for people with constipation. It is perfect, in particular, for the regeneration of the liver after illness.

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