Plants Against Viral Hepatitis – They Support Traditional Allopathic Treatments and Complete Their Weaknesses

Viral hepatitis represents a group of affections that consist of the alteration of the hepatic function, as a result of viruses multiplying in the cells related to it.


Hepatitis B and C are extremely difficult to treat, having serious negative consequences on the medium and long term health of your body.

In this context, alternative medicine proves to be a real help, seeing how it supports the traditional allopathic treatment and, most importantly, completes the areas where that can’t help.

Milk thistle (silybum marianum)

Milk thistle (silybum marianum) is an absolute champion when fighting viral hepatitis of the A, B and C kind. It is used to support treatments against chronical inflammatory diseases of the liver and in cirrhosis, to help relieve toxins.

The active effects of the plant modify and strengthen the exterior of the hepatic cells, preventing toxins from building up in the liver, stimulating their regenerative capacity, as well as the formation of new hepatic cells.

Take 4 teaspoons of milk thistle seed powder each day up to 6 months at a time. Take a 3-week break and, if needed, repeat the treatment.

Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)

Using this plant reduces the risk of cirrhosis and hepatic cancer (a frequent complication of hepatitis B and C) appearing by inhibiting and, in some cases, destroying the viruses that cause hepatitis.

Take one ½ teaspoon of powder, 4 to 6 times a day, for 20 days at a time, with 7 day breaks afterward.

Artichoke  leaves (Cynara cardunculus var. Scolymus)

Artichoke leaves maintain and rebuild the normal structure of the liver, sustaining the hepatic activity and fighting the complications of all forms of hepatitis.

It is used as follows:

Take 3 teaspoons the dried and finely chopped plant, let it sit in a liter of warm water from evening until morning. Strain it, keep the maceration to a side, and add the remaining plant to a quarter liter of boiling water, leaving it cool down to room temperature. The infusion obtained is strained and combined with the maceration obtained earlier.

Drink 2 glasses a day, on an empty stomach, for at least 60 days.

Zea Mays Rootlets

Zea mays rootlets (found in herbal shops) have an extremely important role when fighting acute hepatitis, as they are known to battle the viruses causing it.

Use 30-50 drops of zea mays rootlets two times a day, for six months. You can also combine it with extracts such as:


Use 30-50 drops of the mix two times a day, for three months, with breaks of 2 weeks in between.

Hazel Sprouts

Use 30 drops, two times a day, for 3 to 6 months at a time.

White alder buds

These prevent the damage of hepatic cells, as well as the appearance of cirrhosis.

Use 100 drops once a day, for three months at a time, with 10-20 day breaks.

Viral hepatitis is a scary condition, yet you should be aware that there are plenty of tools to help you in your battle. Natural remedies, combined with medical advice, can help improve your health.

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