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Alternative treatment of Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is an Infectious virus which is carried from the blood stream to the liver resulting in inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis C is symptomatic in the beginning, although chronic infection results in scarring of liver and later leads to cirrhosis of liver, Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) and fatty liver. Hepatitis C is also called Hep C or HCV.

The major cause of spreading this deadly disease is blood to blood contact from an infected person to a healthy person. Even a tiny drop of infected blood is capable of causing Hepatitis C, like using contaminated injecting equipment, sharing needles and blood contact on open wounds.

According to W.H.O. people infected from Hepatitis C virus has exceeded 220 million and counting. The cure, in modern medicine is a standard therapy of Interferon and Rebavirin. However, the success rate of this therapy is less than 50%, also resulting in lack of immunity, and at times unaffordable. Some patients opt for liver transplant, though there is always a chance for HCV virus to recur post liver transplant.

Meanwhile, a recent research shows Dr. Harish Verma’s award winning alternative treatment of Hepatitis C is highly effective in cure for Hepatitis C with no side effects. The herbal treatment of HCV is a ray of hope for those patients who are unable to tolerate, afford or not eligible for Interferon and Ribavirin therapy.

In a study of 10 cases of chronic Hepatitis C, who were found positive for Hepatitis C virus with raised liver disease enzymes (ALT, AST) and increased viral hepatitis load, were treated with combination of alternative Hepatitis C treatment with Dr. Verma’s research based HCV compound-1 & HCV compound-2.

The analysis of the study showed the following observations:
• Improvement in symptoms (subjective questioning).
• The reduction in levels of viral hepatitis load.
• Level of serum glycolytic enzymes (ALT & AST) were reduced within 2 – 6 months.

The results of Dr. Harish Verma’s Hepatitis C treatment were assessed on the basis on symptomatic relief, levels of serum glycolytic enzymes (AST, ALT) and HCV viral load only. After eight weeks of this Hepatitis C treatment, there was a significant decline in level of serum glycolytic enzymes in almost all cases. This alternative treatment brought about a significant decline in HCV virus load in majority cases of chronic Hepatitis C. There was a marked improvement in symptoms in all the patients. No significant side effects (like headache, dizziness, digestive disturbances, fever, alopecia, lethargy or depression etc. as found in case of Ribavirin & Interferon Therapy) were observed during this Hepatitis C Treatment.

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