How to Treat Hepatitis B

Thursday, 16 Jun 2011 04:32 PM

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Hepatitis is a condition of severe liver inflammation caused by various hepatitis viruses, namely A, B, C, D, and E. Hepatitis B is considered the most dangerous strand of the virus.

To date, modern medicine has been unable to identify effective hepatitis B treatment. However, the disease has been known to cure itself in certain instances. If the liver continues to be exposed to the virus, cirrhosis can develop and destroy proper liver function.

Interferons and antivirals are commonly prescribed to hepatitis B patients to reduce the progression of symptoms. And even simple herbal products like punarnava (tar vine or Boerhavia Deffusa), Kutaki (Picrorhiza Kurroa), and gripeweed (shatterstone or Phyllanthus Urinaria) are found to be somewhat effective in treating the disease.

These herbs improve liver function and eliminate toxins. False black pepper (white-flowered embelia or Embelia Ribes), Rohida (Tecoma Undulata), night-flowering jasmine (Nyctanthes Arbotristis), and dandelion (Taraxacum Officianale) are other herbal supplements that show curative promise.

In addition to medicinal treatments, patients must adhere to a strictly regulated diet during hepatitis B treatment so as to maximize results.

For more information on hepatitis B, see below:

Hepatitis B: Top Natural Supplements for Treatment

Hepatitis B: Top 10 Treatment Centers

Hepatitis B: Latest Medical Breakthroughs

Hepatitis B & The Role of Diet

Hepatitis B: Top 5 Symptoms

 



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