Hepatitis And Its Simplest Herbal Cure.

Hepatitis, the killer desease that eats up the liver unnoticed. The evil part of this desease is the slow way it eats up the livers of an infected person. It refers to an inflammatory condition of the liver. It’s commonly caused by a viral infection, but there are other possible causes of hepatitis. These include autoimmune hepatitis and hepatitis that occurs as a secondary result of medications, drugs, toxins, and alcohol. Autoimmune hepatitis is a disease that occurs when your body makes antibodies against your liver tissue.

Natural herbs have cured so many illness that drugs and injections may taken stressful long time to cure. I’ve seen the great importance of natural herbs and the wonderful works they have done in people’s lives. Our ancestors in Africa were never exposed to the scientific medications but was able to combact almost all the out break of deseases around them through herbs. Take for instance, there was no Huspital in most parts of Nigeria in some centuries ago but women were putting to bed safely without complications. This is as a result of efficient use of herbs.

How to cure hepatitis with only Moringa

In 2012, study looked at the effect of Moringa leaf extract on hepatitis, liver cancer, and most viral diseases. Moringa demonstrated anti-viral properties and appears to prevent liver cancer and other viral diseases.

This plant is found everywhere and has been proven as a blessing for the healing of our various diseases and sickness. There had being profs that moringa contain 25 chemical properties. The plant is common in Africa. It can be found in the road sides, gardens, cultivated areas, dwelling places and farms. It grows in different hights and sizes.

Mode of Preparation.

Boil one handful of the plant with 1litre of water in a pot with good fitting lid on a medium to heat for 15minutes.

If you can see the steam escaping or smell the aroma, that means your lid is not tight enough and valuable properties are escaping. This means your pot must be properly covered while boiling it.

It can be stored in refrigerator after you might have strained the leaves and seeds out hence it goes bad after 3days.

You can boil enough quantity and keep in the fridge but it should not exceed one week

How To take the herbs

Half or one full cup to be taking 2 times daily on empty stomach (before you eat in the morning and before you eat in the evening) for 30 days consistently. Children to take a quarter of adult dose.

After 30 days go for test again, if still any trace of hapatitis in your system continue treatment for two weeks and test again.

All traces of hapatitis B in your system will disappear completely after this treatment.

Another plant that helps in managing hepatis (prevention and cure) is Bitter leaf. Extracts from bitter leaf have been demonstrated to offer protection against Hepatitis B and C.
To extract, squeeze 40 bitter leaves into 4 litres of water. Drink one glassful three times daily for two months.

Alternatively, bitter kolas can be used but does not work effectively without ginger, honey, and lime. The mixture of these items can really work wonders not on only hepatitis but on a lot of other diseases. What the solution does in the body is that it boost immune system so high within a short period of time of using the mixture. Boosted immune can fight all other deseases including HIV.

How To Make The Immune Booster

1. Get you ginger

2.get your 20 pieces of bitter kola

3. Get one bottle of honey

4. Get half bottle of extracted lime orange.

Grind 20 pieces of bitter kola and ginger into fine powder or paste, then mix half bottle of lime juice and one bottle of honey. Take two tablespoons four times daily for two months. While you are taken this, you will experience a high weight and high immune system

If you notice that the honey is reducing (the taste), you can add more of it to enable you takes it easily.

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(Source: Ruth Ekpo, Image Source: google)


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