Ayurvedic Natural Cure Recognized for Hepatitis C


Nice find! Thank you KS! Reblogged from  https://followingworldchange.wordpress.com/2016/02/18/ayurvedic-natural-cure-recognized-for-hepatitis-c/

http://www.australiannationalreview.com/ayurvedic-natural-cure-recognized-hepatitis/

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A couple of years ago, Paul Fassa, alternative medicine and health writer wrote a publication that discovered how the CDC was considering a vaccination program for the baby boomers to inject Hepatitis A and B vaccines. This was primarily due to the fact that no vaccination program existed for Hepatitis C at the time. In an article published by Real Farmacy, Fassa sheds light on the background of this issue  and goes on to reveal a natural solution, which is not only safe and effective, but also cost-effective at the same time. 

Invention of the Germ Theory and its multiple benefits

At the time when Luis Pasteur was promoting his germ theory, which postulated that one germ was responsible for each disease, there were a couple of French scientists who argued that one’s inner physiological terrain is more particularly susceptible to attract germs and cause diseases, which Pasteur claimed as the sources of diseases.

During the 90s, Royal Raymond Rive invented an unbelievable universal microscope, with which he made yet another discovery while stating that viruses change its form and function as many as six times within the different stages of diseased tissues.

The test created to detect the Hepatitis C virus was dependent more on particular markers and not merely on an isolated virus. The latest Hepatitis C drugs are abnormally expensive and have not been tested much. The older ones, though not as expensive, are known to have horrible side effects without sufficient positive results.

An economical, safer and more efficient way of treating Hepatitis C

Two decades ago when Dr Burton, an eminent physician and academic experimented on a few Hepatitis C patients, the medical involvement of these patients had miserably failed and they were being treated for liver transplants. Burton used some supplements and made some dietary as well as lifestyle recommendations.

Here are a couple of supplements that were discovered by Dr Burton at the time, which are being currently used by Dr Julian to treat Hepatitis C patients.

Alpha lipoic acid – this is known to boost the glutathione levels, which is a detoxifying antioxidant known to protect the liver.

Silymarin – it is an herbal extract that is derived from milk thistle. It is also known to increase the levels of glutathione.

Selenium – it is a trace mineral- known to slow down the reproduction of the Hepatitis C virus.

The recommended daily dosage is 400 mcg of the herbal extract, Selenium, 600 mg of alpha lipoic acid, and 900 mg of milk thistle. Also, the patients were prescribed to take Vitamins B, C, and E as well as considerable portions of fresh fruits and vegetables, with lesser quantities of meat. Though Fassa claims he doesn’t have all the information, based on educated conjecture, he believes a mineral and/or magnesium was also included.

This would cost approximately $2000 per year, which is considerably lower than the current $60000-$90000 quote, usually charged as per the conventional pharmaceutical processes. Again, Hepatitis C is a silent killer and doesn’t show many symptoms. But it can cause liver cirrhosis, which would force a liver transplant if not cured in its right stage.

In case you have been diagnosed with the Hepatitis C virus or if you have weak or injured liver cells, Fassa recommends the supplements that really work as per Dr Burton’s suggestion or the ones used by Dr Whitaker to cure his Hepatitis C patients. According to another source, it is also believed that chlorella is an excellent liver detox supplement. It should be taken in large doses – three to five grams on a daily basis, says Fassa.

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