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Recovery Capsule-hepatitis

Hepatitis Recovery Capsule is much more effective than combination therapy of alpha interferon and ribavirin.The one component of Hepatitis Recovery Capsule is the rare herbs collected in Autumn season from Changbai mountain.

After taking for 7-10 days, the following symptoms begin to disappear, such as: breast suffocation, hepatic region pain, dry mouth, feeling bitter with mouth, abdominal distention, inappetence, nausea, fatigue, dizziness, insomnia, feeling sour and feeble with waist and knees, yellow urination, loose bowels, and so on.All the herbs used in the formula are from natural plant living environment, the long-time orally taking has been verified to be free of any prominent side effects.Also in the formula,(resist high temperature, tolerate tiredness), American ginseng (nourish Yin and benefit Chi), indigo wood root (neutralize poison, cool the blood and benefit liver), and other traditional Chinese herbs.And it also has the effect to improve liver fibrosis, to correct inversion of protein, to turn swelling liver to normal, and eliminate ascites due to hepatocirrhosis.contac US....

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Fatty liver

Fatty liver is the collection of excessive amounts of triglycerides and other fats inside liver cells.
Also called steatosis, fatty liver can be a temporary or long-term condition, which is not harmful itself, but may indicate some other type of problem. Left untreated, it can contribute to other illnesses. It is usually reversible once the cause of the problem is diagnosed and corrected.
The liver is the organ responsible for changing fats eaten in the diet to types of fat that can be stored and used by the body. Triglycerides are one of the forms of fat stored by the body and used for energy and new cell formation. 
The break down of fats in the liver can be disrupted by alcoholism, malnutrition, pregnancy, or poisoning. In fatty liver, large droplets of fat, containing mostly triglycerides, collect within cells of the liver.
The condition is generally not painful and may go unnoticed for a long period of time. In severe cases, the liver can increase to over three times its normal size and may be painful and tender.
Fatty liver can be caused by certain chemical compounds, nutritional, or endocrine disorders. Drugs or chemical compounds that can cause fatty liver include alcohol, tetracycline, cortisone, phosphorous and carbon tetrachloride. Of these alcohol is by far the most common cause. Inflammation usually accompanies exposure to these toxins and is responsible for the associated symptoms of fever, fatigue and jaundice.
Nutritional causes of fat in the liver result from starvation, obesity, protein malnutrition and intestinal bypass operation for obesity. In obesity, the fatty deposits are accompanied by some inflammatory changes and mild scarring of the liver.
The endocrine causes of fatty liver include diabetes mellitus and fatty liver of pregnancy. In both cases, a large amount of fat can be rapidly deposited in the liver leading to expansion of the liver with tenderness in the upper right part of the abdomen. In diabetes this occurs only in juveniles. Fatty liver during pregnancy occurs near term and may result in premature termination of the pregnancy.
Fatty liver can be present in patients with alcoholic hepatitis and cirrhosis or may be an isolated finding.
Present evidence shows that while fatty liver is usually present in excessive alcohol intake, it probably does not lead to the development of alcoholic hepatitis or cirrhosis. In fact, most individuals with alcoholic fatty liver do not develop the more serious forms of liver disease.
However, continued alcohol ingestion has been known to cause alcoholic hepatitis and cirrhosis.
Often, there are no symptoms associated with fatty liver. If there are symptoms, they can include pain under the rib cage on the right side of the body, swelling of the abdomen, jaundice, and fever. Symptoms that occur less often in alcoholic fatty liver, but more often in pregnancy related fatty liver, are nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, and abdominal pain.

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For a sick liver

For a sick liver:Take 30 grams of dried plantain and cook in a half liter of water 10 minuts.
Za 15 minuts pour into a cup, drink during the day.

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Liver and herbs

Liver and herbs:In its history, this shrub is native to Europe, and naturalized in Asia. 
 The North Americans Indians used Barberry for treating the liver. The Indians also found that to drink a prepared decoction from the root bark could restore the body from general debility and improve the appetite.
 Physicians found that Barberry relieves jaundice and diseases of the liver and gall bladder because it increases the secretion of bile. Barberry contains Berberine an alkaloid that dilates blood vessels, thereby lowering blood pressure. A tea made from the bark is taken during the spring months as a blood purifier. Berberine is a strong antiseptic that is also found in Golden Seal. 
 A strong decoction is employed as an application to sore lips and to heal a sore throat when used as a gargle and mouthwash. The Berberine in Barberry can also effect respiration where it can reduce bronchial constriction and care for the mucous membranes.
Webster declares it of value in jaundice when there is no obstruction of the bile ducts, and in doses short of purgative stimulates the duodenal functions relieving intestinal dyspepsia. Small doses are also palliative in renal calculi, and in soreness, burning, and other unpleasant sensations of the urinary tract.

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Symptoms hepatitis

Hepatitis Acute

Clinically, the course of acute hepatitis varies widely from mild symptoms requiring no treatment to fulminant hepatic failure needing liver transplantation. Acute viral hepatitis is more likely to be asymptomatic in younger people. Symptomatic individuals may present after convalescent stage of 7 to 10 days, with the total illness lasting 2 to 6 weeks.
Initial features are of nonspecific flu-like symptoms, common to almost all acute viral infections and may include malaise, muscle and joint aches, fever, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, and headache. More specific symptoms, which can be present in acute hepatitis from any cause, are: profound loss of appetite, aversion to smoking among smokers, dark urine, yellowing of the eyes and skin (i.e., jaundice) and abdominal discomfort. Physical findings are usually minimal, apart from jaundice (33%) and tender hepatomegaly (10%). There can be occasional lymphadenopathy (5%) or splenomegaly (5%).

Hepatitis Chronic

Majority of patients will remain asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic, abnormal blood tests being the only manifestation. Features may be related to the extent of liver damage or the cause of hepatitis. Many experience return of symptoms related to acute hepatitis. Jaundice can be a late feature and may indicate extensive damage. Other features include abdominal fullness from enlarged liver or spleen, low grade fever and fluid retention (ascites). Extensive damage and scarring of liver (i.e., cirrhosis) leads to weight loss, easy bruising and bleeding tendencies. Acne, abnormal menstruation, lung scarring, inflammation of the thyroid gland and kidneys may be present in women with autoimmune hepatitis.
Findings on clinical examination are usually those of cirrhosis or are related to etiology.

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Parasites-liver flukes

Three herbs can rid you of over 100 types of parasites!

Does this sound too fantastic?They are natures

herbs must be used together :

Black walnut hulls



Parasites could be a cofactor in almost every illness.There are hundreds of websites selling different versions of Hulda Clark's recipe. Hulda Clark's books.....
Walnut (Juglans nigra)

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