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What is Hepatitis C?

Hepatitis C is an Irresistible infection which is conveyed from the circulatory system to the liver bringing about irritation of the liver. Hepatitis C is suggestive in the first place, albeit persistent disease brings about scarring of liver and later prompts cirrhosis of liver, Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) and greasy liver. Hepatitis C is additionally called Hep C or HCV.

Causes for Hepatitis C:

The significant reason for spreading this lethal illness is blood to blood contact from a tainted individual to a solid individual. Indeed, even a little drop of tainted blood is one of the major causes of Hepatitis C.

Hepatitis C causes by:

  • Contaminated injecting equipment
    • Sharing needles and
    • Blood contact on open wounds.

Hepatitis C Symptoms and causes :

Most infants and children with the HCV infection never foster signs and side effects of Hepatitis C. The equivalent is valid for some grown-ups. Hepatitis C side effects for the most part seem four to about a month and a half after you’re tainted and can go from gentle to extreme. They might incorporate some or the entirety of the accompanying:

  • Loss of appetite
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Weakness and fatigue
  • Abdominal pain, especially around your liver
  • Dark urine
  • Yellowing of your skin and the whites of your eyes (jaundice)
  • Muscle or Joint pain

Acute phase:

Acute signifies ‘new’ or ‘for a brief time frame’. This stage goes on for the initial half year. At the point when initially contaminated with the infection, a great many people have no side effects, or just gentle ones. Assuming side effects do happen, they foster around 7 two months in the wake of being presented to the infection and may include: feeling wiped out, spewing and feeling commonly unwell.

Chronic phase:

An ongoing hepatitis C disease is the point at which the contamination goes on for longer than a half year. The course of the ongoing Hepatitis C disease shifts significantly among individuals and it is entirely unusual. Of those individuals who foster chronic disease.
Certain individuals have gentle or no side effects. Be that as it may, regardless of whether you have no side effects, you can in any case pass the infection, this is one more element that causes Hepatitis C to other people who might foster issues.


The different types of VIRAL hepatitis are:

  • A (formerly called infectious hepatitis),
  • B (serum hepatitis),
  • C (formerly called non-A, Non-B hepatitis),
  • D (delta hepatitis),
  • E (a virus transmitted through the feces of an infected person), cryptogenic (or Non-A, Non-B, Non-C).
  • G (a virus transmitted through infected blood products)

More hepatitis viruses are being discovered, but may be less common

Spread of Hepatitis:

As indicated by W.H.O. individuals tainted from Hepatitis C infection have surpassed 250 million (25,00,00,000) and then some. The fix, in present day medication, is a standard treatment of Interferon and Ribavirin. Notwithstanding, the achievement pace of this treatment is under half, likewise bringing about absence of resistance, and on occasion excessively expensive. A few patients settle on liver transfer, however there is consistently an opportunity for HCV infection to repeat post liver transfer.


  1. The Hepatitis C virus is NOT airborne.
  2. It is NOT spread by:
    • sneezing and coughing
    • holding hands
    • kissing
    • using the same bathroom
    • eating food prepared by someone with HCV
    • holding a child in your arms
    • swimming in the same pool

Hepatitis C Treatment in Ayurveda:

Our Hepatitis C treatment is composed of Ayurveda based food supplements HCV Compound 1, 2 & 3 Capsules which are given in combination to provide Antiviral, Hepatoprotective and Immunomodulatory herbs, which provide quick relief to a person suffering from Hepatitis C Virus and inhibits the spread of viruses.

Antiviral Herbs:

Phyllanthus niruri, Andrographis paniculata , Picrorhiza kurroa, Raphanus sativus, Achyranthes aspra, Calotropis procera, Swertia chirata etc.

Hepatoprotective Herbs:

Boerhavia diffusa, Eclipta alba, Solanum nigrum , Aloe vera etc.

Immunomodulatory Herbs:

Emblica officinalis, Ocimum sanctum, Withania somnifera, Terminalia arjuna, Piper longum, Cyperus rotundus, Tribulus terrestris, Commiphora mukul.

HCV Compound 1, 2 & 3 provides effective detoxification, rejuvenation and Antiviral effect.

  • Restores liver to its normal function
  • Normalizes liver enzymes within two to four weeks.
  • Promotes flow of bile and strengthens the digestive process
  • Rejuvenates the Hepatic cells and thus tones up the rundown liver
  • Stimulates appetite and promotes growth
  • Increases the body’s capacity to reduce viral load and boosts the body’s ability to recuperate.


HCV Compound 1: 1 Capsule Twice a day with one glass of water.
HCV Compound 2: 1 Capsule Twice a day with one glass of water.
HCV Compound 3: 1 Capsule Twice a day with one glass of water.

Continuous use of HCV Compound 1, 2 & 3 Capsules is recommended for 6 months to 1 year.