AllHealth.News (AHN) — The AHN Team recently stumbled upon health information on Hepatitis B treatment the natural way which was making rounds on social media sites. Hepatitis B virus is a common disease in the U.S with more than 200,000 cases per year.
We think our readers might find this herbal treatment for Hepatitis B virus useful; especially those who prefer natural treatments with little to no side effects, rather than the pharmaceutical options which is often not affordable.
HOW TO TREAT HEPATITIS B?
Hepatitis B virus also called HBV for short, is a viral infection that attacks the liver. The virus is transmitted by contact with the blood or during sexual intercourse. Indeed, the only secretions or body fluids that allow the virus to be transmitted are blood, sperm, vaginal secretions, saliva and wound fluids.
For transmission to take place, it is therefore necessary that one of these fluids in the patient should pass into the blood of a healthy person.
Hepatitis B infection begins with a silent incubation period of about 2 months but up to 6. As with hepatitis A, after incubation, the acute phase of the disease is asymptomatic in 90% of cases!
For others, the signs that appear can be anorexia, liver pain, nausea and jaundice (jaundice). This can last for more than a month.
HEPATITIS B TREATMENT BY PLANTS
— INGREDIENTS —
- An unripe papaya (pawpaw)
- Root of Carica papaya (female papaya in French)
- Fresh leaves of Carica papaya (female papaya in French)
- A little root of Moringa oleifera
- Fresh leaves of Moringa oleifera
- 4 lemons to cut in half
- Coconut roots (Cocos nucifera)
— PREPARATION —
Place everything in the pot, the leaves in the last position, add water and boil all over the fire
— DIRECTIONS —
Drink a beer glass 2 to 3 times a day. Add the water each time and boil it all once a day. One month of treatment and will repeat the test to see.
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