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Natural Liver Cirrhosis Treatment

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  • Posted By: drrahulm
  • June 13, 2012
  • 02:50 AM

Cirrhosis of the liver is a condition in which normal liver tissue is replaced by fibrous scar tissue. It hampers the normal functions of the liver, and, if not treated on time, leads to loss of liver functions. The most common causes of Liver Cirrhosis are excessive alcohol consumption and Hepatitis C virus infection. This condition does not produce any signs or symptoms unless the disease has progressed considerably and liver functions start getting affected. Although it is an irreversible condition, further progression can be arrested if detected and treated in a timely manner.

It can lead to potentially life-threatening conditions. Chronic alcoholism is the primary cause of cirrhosis in the United States.

Allopathic treatments for Cirrhosis of the Liver include diuretics to address edema and ascites, large amounts of ascitic fluid may be drained from the abdomen with an incision. Oral antibiotics may be prescribed to prevent infection. However these Allopathic treatments do not cure Cirrhosis of the Liver. They are merely a way of suppressing symptoms.
The resonance homeopathic remedies and advanced biotechnology Liver Cirrhosis therapies like OM 17, TELI Eco Liver, T15 - Liver Liquescence, LPS2 Herbal Hepatox, HHD - Hepaticol Drops are traditionally believed to work on normal structure and function of Liver by reminding it off optimal function and support Liver with its natural process of detoxification.
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 believed to support optimal Liver functions.

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