Hepatitis herbal tea

The natural treatment that we offer to cure hepatitis B, like hepatitis C, is essentially made of natural herbal teas. It destroys the viruses that cause hepatitis and provides the antioxidants that help maintain the overall health of the liver.

Here is the best natural remedy to cure hepatitis B and C

The hepatitis virus is very vicious because it is a tough virus that spreads and duplicates especially in the liver causing disruption. If you have hepatitis B or C. But conventional treatments are too expensive, ineffective or are afraid of the side effects of all those chemical drugs: this is what you need. This is the best natural remedy for cure hepatitis B and C.

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First, our natural hepatitis remedy is much more effective than the usual drugs in fighting hepatitis. Unlike those drugs, which do not fight hepatitis at its origin. They can therefore only prevent the symptoms of the disease, without destroying the virus. Besides being ineffective, these antiviral drugs can have side effects such as anemia, insomnia, suicidal urges, irritability, poor lung function, pancreatic diabetes, etc... Unlike our natural treatment, which is different. Also, it is 100% plant-based and attacks the virus directly. So, at the end of your treatment, the virus will disappear completely. Trust us! This natural remedy is therefore the secret to curing hepatitis B and C with plants.

The natural cure for hepatitis B like hepatitis C is made from natural herbal teas. This is the best natural remedy to cure hepatitis B and C. The natural remedy for hepatitis contains several herbs that have made proof of their effectiveness, with dozens of cases resolved. Our natural remedy also has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which help in the treatment and prevention of liver problems, so it is the best natural remedy for curing hepatitis B and C. It also fights against viruses that cause liver disease. 'Hepatitis. It also gives the antioxidants that help maintain overall liver health. In other words, it helps the body fight against viral infections and cleanses the liver. It is the miracle solution to cure hepatitis B or C.

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The use of natural plants very often gives excellent positive results and cures both hepatitis B and C. It also has the advantage of beating the disease in the long term rather than just preventing the symptoms.

Our herbal teas have no side effects, either on the body or on your health. Our treatment is therefore not dangerous. This natural remedy is a secret to cure your hepatitis without side effects.

Duration of treatment:

The duration of natural treatment to cure hepatitis B or C varies from 1 to 2 months. Each treatment varies depending on the severity of the infection. Rest assured! This remedy is the miracle solution to cure hepatitis B like C. Our care is individualized. It will vary depending on your symptoms and your expectations. Don't worry. Here is the best natural remedy to cure hepatitis B and C.


Our doctor's opinion

Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver due to infection with a virus, but sometimes from alcoholism, or from poisoning by a drug or chemical.
Symptoms vary a lot from person to person and depend on the cause of hepatitis. Some types of hepatitis cause part of the liver to destroy itself.
The majority of hepatitis disappear spontaneously, without leaving any sequelae. Sometimes the disease persists for several months. When it lasts more than 6 months, it is considered chronic. When the liver is seriously damaged, a transplant of this organ may be the only solution.


Hepatitis can be grouped into 2 main categories:


Viral hepatitis, caused by infection with a virus. In developed countries, hepatitis A, B and C viruses cause about 90% of acute hepatitis cases. The hepatitis D, E and G viruses are also responsible for hepatitis.

Non-viral hepatitis, mainly caused by the ingestion of products toxic to the liver (alcohol, toxic chemicals, etc.). Non-viral hepatitis can also be the result of diseases involving the liver, such as fatty liver (fatty liver) and autoimmune hepatitis (chronic inflammatory hepatitis of obscure origin, which is characterized by the production of autoantibodies).


Frequency of hepatitis

In Canada, hepatitis C is the most common viral hepatitis: each year, it affects about 45 in 100,000 people. As for hepatitis B, it affects about 3 in 100,000 Canadians, and hepatitis A, 1.5 in 100,0001.42.

Viral hepatitis is much more common in non-industrialized countries. Hepatitis A is endemic in Africa, some countries in South America and Asia. The same is true for hepatitis B. Indeed, in most countries of sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, where 8% to 10% of the population are carriers of hepatitis B, it represents one of the main causes of death in adults (from liver cancer or cirrhosis). The hepatitis C virus affects nearly 3% of the world's population. In Africa, the prevalence of this infection is the highest in the world: it exceeds 5%.
Public health authorities struggle to tackle viral hepatitis, which often goes unnoticed for years. By the time a diagnosis is made, the infection may not only have caused serious damage to the body, but also spread to other people.


The role of the liver


Often compared to a chemical factory, the liver is one of the largest internal organs. In adults, it weighs 1 kg to 1.5 kg. It is just below the rib cage on the right side of the body. The liver processes and stores (in part) nutrients from the intestines. When needed, the body uses these substances. The liver also helps keep blood sugar levels stable.
Toxic substances (found in alcohol, in certain drugs, in certain medications, etc.) that are ingested also pass through the liver. The liver then breaks them down and then releases them into the intestine through the bile, or it returns them to the blood.


Contraction modes

Hepatitis A. First, it is the least serious of viral hepatitis. Usually, the body fights it within a few weeks and remains immune for life. This means that antibodies to the virus are present, but the virus itself is no longer there. The hepatitis A virus is spread by swallowing contaminated food or water. But it can also be present in the stool of an infected person and contaminate the food, water or hands of another person. Raw or undercooked foods are the most likely to transmit the infection. However, the virus is also spread through seafood harvested from areas where untreated sewage is discharged. The risk of transmission is therefore high in countries where hygiene conditions are poor. A vaccine helps protect against it.

Hepatitis B. It is the most common type of hepatitis in the world, and also the most fatal. The hepatitis B virus is spread during sex (semen and other body fluids contain it) and through the blood. It is 50 to 100 times more infectious than the AIDS virus3. Sharing contaminated syringes can cause transmission. But the vast majority of those infected manage to fight the infection completely. However, around 5% remain chronically infected and are said to be “carriers” of the virus. Carriers do not have symptoms, but they are at risk of developing liver cirrhosis or liver cancer, which are life-threatening illnesses. A surrogate mother can pass the virus to her baby during childbirth. A vaccine has been offered since 1982.

Hepatitis C is the most insidious form of viral hepatitis. It is a very resistant virus. Up to 80% of hepatitis C virus infections become chronic. The identification of the latter is relatively recent: it dates from 1989. However, the virus is most often transmitted by direct contact with contaminated human blood. Mostly through the exchange of syringes used for injecting drugs, the transfusion of blood that has not been screened, and the reuse of unsterile needles and syringes. More rarely, it is contracted during unprotected sex with infected people, especially if blood is exchanged (menstruation, injuries in the genital or anal passages). It is also the leading cause of liver transplantation. There is no vaccine to protect against it. It should be noted that women of childbearing age with the hepatitis C virus (HCV) are more likely to have a miscarriage, to suffer from infertility, gestational diabetes, and pre-eclampsia.

Toxic hepatitis, It is most often caused by alcohol abuse or the consumption of drugs. Depending on the substance ingested, toxic hepatitis can develop hours, days or months after exposure. Usually, the symptoms subside when you stop being exposed to the harmful substance. However, you can suffer permanent liver damage, such as cirrhosis.


Possible complications

Hepatitis that is not diagnosed in time or that is poorly treated can lead to very serious complications.


Chronic hepatitis

This is the most common complication. Hepatitis is chronic if it lasts at least 6 months. However, in 75% of cases, it is the result of hepatitis B or C. But when properly treated, chronic hepatitis usually resolves within one to three years.
Cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is excessive production of "scars" in the liver. The causes of Cirrhosis are repeated attacks (by toxins, viruses, etc.). However, these "fibrous barriers" end up hindering the free flow of blood through the organ. If treatment is not working full or if it is poorly followed, overall, 20% to 25% of chronic hepatitis progress to cirrhosis.

Liver cancer. It is the ultimate complication of cirrhosis. However, sometimes liver cancer results from cancer in another organ that spreads to the liver by metastasis.
Fulminant hepatitis. Very rare, fulminant hepatitis is characterized by severe failure of the liver, which can no longer perform its functions. Massive destruction of liver tissue occurs, and organ transplantation is required. It mostly occurs in people with hepatitis B or toxic hepatitis. But it is fatal in 25% of cases.

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