TREAT HEPATITITS WITH HONEY AND GARLIC RECIPES
Honey and garlic remedy to treat HEPATITIS
Hepatitis B is a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI). This inflammation of the liver is potentially fatal and caused by the hepatitis B virus. As the function of the liver (hepatic) is more or less limited, the latter can no longer clean up toxic waste, especially digested food. This causes upheavals in digestion (nausea, hemorrhoids, constipation, abdominal pain ...), in sleep, mood, thinking and there may be, in general, very fatigue. Hepatitis B in 20% of cases is considered chronic when it does not go away completely after 6 months.
NATURAL TREATMENT AGAINST HEPATITIS B, C
The natural treatment that we offer you to cure hepatitis B, like hepatitis C, consists mainly of natural herbal teas. It is one of the best natural remedies to cure hepatitis. The natural remedy for hepatitis is made up of plants that have been shown to be effective with dozens of cases resolved.
This natural remedy has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which help in healing and preventing liver problems. It also fights the viruses that cause hepatitis and provides antioxidants that help maintain the overall health of the liver. It helps the body fight viral infections and cleanse the liver.
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Honey and garlic remedy to heal hepatitis
Cut the garlic cloves in half so that their properties combine with honey. The latter must be organic to offer truly natural and healthy benefits.
Then, how to make this garlic and honey home remedy easily. Take a look below:
1. Peel two or three garlic cloves.
2. Chop them into small pieces.
3. Mix with a tablespoon of honey.
There you go, by taking this treatment every day, you will feel more energetic and healthier from the 1st week.
This natural remedy will boost your immune system to make it much stronger in just a few days.
Know the symptoms of hepatitis B
Chronic hepatitis that develops in the liver can, in severe cases, lead to cirrhosis of the liver with possible swelling of the ankles and abdomen. There can also be bruises, spontaneous "bruises", without clashes; bleeding, weak immune system, dark urine, yellowing of the skin and eyes (jaundice). There are also varicose veins, which are veins that grow inside the gastrointestinal system.