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Can herbs cure Hepatitis B?

Asked by Northcliff, Last updated: Oct 15, 2021

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Matina Lucia

Matina Lucia

Matina Lucia
Matina Lucia

Answered Jul 17, 2021


I was diagnosed as HEPATITIS B carrier in 2013 with fibrosis of the
liver already present. I started on antiviral medications which
reduced the viral load initially. After a couple of years the virus
became resistant. I started on HEPATITIS B Herbal treatment from
ULTIMATE LIFE CLINIC (www.ultimatelifeclinic.com) in March, 2020. Their
treatment totally reversed the virus. I did another blood test after
the 6 months long treatment and tested negative to the virus. Amazing
treatment! This treatment is a breakthrough for all HBV carriers.

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Islas

Islas

Islas
Islas

Answered Oct 24, 2017

Hepatitis B is an infection associated with the liver. There are ways to treat this disease, but if you don’t then it can lead to more problems. Whey is one way that can increase blood flow to the liver, then this will help fight the Hepatitis. Green tea is another herb that helps. It should not be surprising since green tea is so good for most ailments.

Here, green tea has many antioxidants that also help with the liver functioning properly. Black seed oil increases a person’s metabolism as well as helps with food digestion. Like the other herbs, black seed oil also affects the liver in a positive way. Olive leaf can help kill the virus if it is taken in normal amounts.

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