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Boil Papaya Leaves, Moringa, Lemon, Coconut Root; Drink Daily to Cure this Infection

Recipe to treat hepatitis

Hepatitis refers to any acute or chronic inflammation of the liver that is toxic, autoimmune or viral (drug hepatitis, alcoholic hepatitis, autoimmune hepatitis or viral hepatitis).

Viral nature and identification hepatitis viruses are determined by specific tests Seven viruses have been identified (from A to G) and each of them determines the form of hepatitis.

The acute phase of hepatitis can be violent (loss of appetite, repeated fever, flu, jaundice, dark urine, repeated tiredness, diarrhea, stomach ache, nausea, vomiting, constipation, itching, body aches, abdominal pain, unexplained malaise.

Sometimes these signs pass silently, badly disappears by spontaneous healing or goes to the chronic phase.

The liver often resists aggression and the body defends very well until its weakening before the gressor does not get the better of it, he plays without our knowledge, every day a great battle in our body at the level of each organ.

We must support our organization in this daily battle by paying more attention to it. If someone is repeatedly suffering from a semblance of malaria, a sneaky fever, unexplained discomfort, then a checkup is needed. Because in Africa, spontaneous self-medication, we systematically treat malaria at the first attacks of fever. We have been educated in this way since malaria is widespread and every African has suffered several times in his life.

Hepatitis falls into two broad categories:

-Virus hepatitis caused by virus infection In developed countries, hepatitis A, B, and C viruses account for about 90% cases of acute hepatitis Hepatitis D, E and G viruses are also responsible for hepatitis.-Non-viral hepatitis, mainly caused by the ingestion of toxic products for the liver (alcohol, toxic chemicals, etc.) Non-viral hepatitis can also be the result of diseases affecting the liver, such as hepatic steatosis (fatty liver) and autoimmune hepatitis (a chronic inflammatory hepatitis of obscure origin, which is characterized by the production of autoantibodies).

Contraction modes

-He hepatitis A.

This is the least serious viral hepatitis and usually the body fights it in a few weeks and stays immune for life, which means that antibodies against the virus are present, but that the virus itself is no longer there.The hepatitis A virus is transmitted through the ingestion of water or contaminated food, it can end up in the stool of an infected person and contaminate the body, food, water or the hands of another person. Raw or undercooked foods are the most likely to transmit the infection.The virus can also be transmitted by seafood harvested in areas where water is The risk of transmission is high in countries where hygiene conditions are poor, and in these countries almost all children have already been infected with the virus.

-Hepatitis B.

This is the most common type of hepatitis in the world, and also the most deadly Hepatitis B virus is transmitted at the time of intercourse (the sperm and other body fluids contain it) and blood, which is 50 to 100 times more infectious than the AIDS virus.3 The exchange of contaminated syringes can cause its transmission.The vast majority of infected people manage to fight completely Approximately 5% remain chronically infected and are said to be carriers of the virus Carriers have no symptoms but are at high risk of cirrhosis of the liver or liver cancer. Life-threatening diseases A surrogate mother can transmit the virus to her child at birth A vaccine has been available since 1982

-Hepatitis C.

Hepatitis C is the most insidious form of viral hepatitis because it is caused by a very resistant virus - up to 80% of hepatitis virus infections They become chronic, and the identification of the latter is relatively recent: it dates back to 1989. The virus is most often transmitted by direct contact with contaminated human blood: mainly through the exchange of syringes used for injecting drugs, by transfusion of blood that has not been screened, and by reuse of non-sterile needles and syringes.

If more rarely, it contracts during unprotected inter course with infected persons, especially if blood is exchanged (menstruation, wounds in the genital or anal pathways). This is the leading cause of liver transplantation and there is no vaccine to protect against it.

-He toxic hepatitis.

It is most often caused by alcohol abuse or by the consumption of drugs, ingestion of inedible fungi, exposure to chemicals (in the middle for example, the ingestion of natural health products or plants toxic to the liver (such as plants of the family Aristolochiaceae, because of the aristolochic acid they contain, and comfrey, because of the pyrrolizidines it contains) may also cause toxic hepatitis Depending on the substance ingested, toxic hepatitis may occur hours, days, or months after exposure.The symptoms usually subside when be exposed to the harmful substance, however, permanent damage to the liver and suffering from, for example, cirrhosis may occur.

Possible complications

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

Chronic hepatitis

This is the most common complication: Hepatitis is chronic if it is not cured after 6 months, in 75% of cases it is a consequence of hepatitis B. or C. Chronic hepatitis treated properly is usually cured within one to three years.

Cirrhosis.

Cirrhosis is an excessive production of scars in the liver, formed as a result of repeated attacks (by toxins, viruses, etc.). These fibrous barriers end up to hinder the free flow of blood in the organ: from 20% to 25% of chronic hepatitis will progress to cirrhosis if the treatment does not act fully or if it is not well followed.

Liver cancer.

This is the ultimate complication of cirrhosis, but liver cancer can also result from localized cancer in another organ that Hepatitis B and C, as well as toxic hepatitis caused by excessive alcohol consumption are the most likely to progress to cancer.

Fulminant hepatitis.

Very rare, fulminant hepatitis is characterized by major insufficiency of the liver, which can no longer fulfill its functions. Massive destruction of liver tissue occurs and organ transplantation is necessary, especially in people with hepatitis B or toxic hepatitis.For about 1 in 4, it is fatal in the short term.

Treatment of hepatitis B

1) an unripe papaya and papaya roots, 

2) fresh papaya leaves, 

3) a small Moringa root (Moringa Oleifera) ), 

4) 3 lemons to cut in half, 

5) fresh leaves of Moringa, 

6) coconut roots if you find them and a big pot.

Preparation

Put everything in the pot, the leaves in the last position, add water and boil everything Drink a beer glass, 2 to 3 times a day Add the water to each time and boil it all once a day, 10 days of treatment.

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Coconut Root Hepatitis Lemon Moringa Papaya

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