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Natural Hepatitis Treatment

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  • Posted By: drrahulm
  • June 19, 2012
  • 03:58 AM

Hepatitis is characterized by inflammation of cells in the liver and is most commonly caused by a specific group of viruses (hepatitis viruses). The condition may also be attributed to other infections, toxins such as drugs and alcohol, trauma to the liver, or a process of destruction of tissues when the body fails to recognize them as its own (autoimmunity). The condition may last less than six months (acute) or persist longer than six months (chronic), heal on its own (self limiting) or progress to scarring of liver tissues. Anyone with a recent history of acute hepatitis is at risk of developing chronic hepatitis.
Allopathic treatments for Hepatitis include Lamivudine (Epivir-HBV) and Interferon alfa-2b for hepatitis B, Ribavirin, an oral antiviral agent and Alpha interferon (alfa-2a, alfa-2b), for hepatitis C.
The resonance homeopathic remedies and advanced biotechnology Hepatitis therapies like OM 17, N6 Hepatitis Nosode, LP2 Herbal Hepatox, T15 Liver Liquescence, Teli Eco Liver are traditionally believed to be of benefit to normal structure and function of Liver.
The herbal combination like cap Cytozen and Tab Livomyn are comprehensive Ayurvedic formulation consisting of herbs that may have hepato-protective and antioxidant properties, according to traditional Ayurvedic principles and are traditionally believed to support optimal Liver functions.

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