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Can Hepatitis B Be Cured By Ayurvedic Medicines?

What Is Hepatitis B?

Hepatitis B is a viral infection of your liver which can cause both acute and chronic diseases. In today's date, it can be prevented by currently available safe and effective vaccines. There's been also other types of hepatitis, i.e. hepatitis A, C, D, and E. this viral infection can be transmitted through blood contact and other body fluids of an infected person. It's a life threatening liver infection caused by the Hepatitis B virus. It mainly causes cirrhosis and liver cancer in a patient infected with Hepatitis B. This virus can survive outside the body for at least 7 days and during these 7 days it can still infect a healthy person who has not taken HBV vaccination. The incubation period of hepatitis virus is more than 75 days and the virus can be detected within 30-60 days after the infection.

It's a highly contagious disease which can easily spread from an infected person to a healthy person. The virus mostly spreads through direct contact with infected blood, transfer from mother to baby during birth, by use of the contaminated needle, intimate contact with an infected person, using a razor and other items which contain remains of infected blood.

Who Are At High Risk Of Developing Hepatitis B?

  •   People with kidney disease
  •   Healthcare works
  •   People over the age of 60 with diabetes
  •   People who are using IV drugs
  •   People with multiple sex partners
  •   A person with chronic liver disease
  •   A person who always travels to countries with a high incidence of HBV infection.

Symptoms Of Hepatitis B

  •   Fever
  •   Belly pain
  •   Nausea and vomiting
  •   Dark colored urine
  •   Feeling tired
  •   A headache
  •   Pain in joints
  •   Jaundice (eyes and skin turns yellow)
  •   Pale, clay-colored stool
  •   Hives
  •   Loss of appetite

Causes Of Hepatitis B

The main cause behind this disease is hepatitis B virus. It's a small DNA virus which causes liver diseases such as cirrhosis and liver cancer. The virus can spread through blood, semen and it does not spread by sneezing and coughing.

Ayurvedic Concept

According to Ayurveda, there are three doshas (kapha, pitta, and vata). Aggravated Pitta is directly associated with excess bile production and also cause blockage of bile. This will ultimately affect the Agni (digestive fire) of the body which is responsible for absorption, digestion and body metabolism. According to Ayurveda "Yakrit" which is the Sanskrit name of liver and "Vikara" known as a disorder. So hepatitis is somehow related to Yakrit vikar.

Ayurvedic Medicines For Hepatitis B By dhanvantary

dhanvantary has provided us with an herbal combo pack known as "Liver Care pack", which contains a blend of various natural herbs. It is free from any harmful preservative, additive and chemical compounds. The all the products of Liver Care Pack contains natural extract of herb such as Indian Echinacea, Bhumi Amla (Phyllanthus niruri), Katuki (Picrorhiza kurrao), Makoy (Solanum indicum), Punarnava (Boerrhavia diffusa), Kaasni (Cichorium intybus), Bhringraj (Eclipta alba) etc.

What Should You Eat When You Have Hepatitis B?

A bad diet contains many toxins which can further worsen the hepatitis infection. Bad habits such as excess alcohol consumption can damage your liver and spreads the infection more. A good diet and healthy lifestyle help to bring your health back and actually improves liver function and lowered risk of liver cirrhosis. So you should opt for a healthy lifestyle and avoids all the things which we will mention in the next heading.

  •   Plenty of fruits and vegetables
  •   Eat lots of protein-rich food such as fish, skinless chicken, egg white and beans.
  •   Low-fat dairy products
  •   Add whole grains such as pats, brown rice, barley, and quinoa in your diet.
  •   Add healthy fats like nuts, avocado, olive oil in your daily routine.

What Not To Eat When You Have Hepatitis B?

You should keep one thing in mind that an unhealthy diet can lead to liver damage. If you eat lots of fried, highly processed food, such as pasta, noodles, burger sugary foods, fatty foods, on daily basis then this will lead to fat consumption in your liver and ultimately you could face the problem of "Fatty Liver". Which is directly associated with cirrhosis. So you need to avoid the things which are mentioned below:

  •   Avoid soda, packed high fat dairy products.
  •   Fast foods
  •   Alcohol
  •   Sugary items like cookies packed baked goods etc.
  •   Fried foods

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Hepatitis B Care Pack


LIV Act Capsule  1 Capsule With KALMEGH Syrup-5 ml + LIVO-LIN Syrup- 5 ml twice daily in empty stomach.
GAS Act Capsule  1 Capsule

1 dose thrice daily with Luke warm water after food.

Fennel Arka Drops  3-4 drops

Daily with 1 Cup of Luke warm water.

Dietary Regimen :

  •  Should take light, easily digestible foods, Amlaki, Bitter items, Cow’s urine+water, butter milk.
  •  Should avoid spicy, sour, salty, high in fat content, heavy food items, curd, preserved and fast food.


Should avoid day sleep, night awakening, acohol, smoking.