Having chronic hepatitis B(HBV) does not mean it’s the end of your life, in fact, it might just be the beginning. Experiencing and overcoming serious disease is actually a privileged spiritual experience. It typically gives one a new sense of empathy, appreciation and positive direction in life, especially in aiding others.
The road to recovery with this condition is not expensive nor grueling, it’s actually quite simple. You don’t need to follow a specific diet nor lifestyle, you just need two things.
But first, lets talk about what exactly chronic hepatitis B is.
What is Chronic Hepatitis B?
Hepatitis B is a potentially life-threatening viral infection that affects the liver. The infection can lead to acute or chronic liver disease or even death. It’s a small DNA virus that is able to persist in infected cells, allowing it to replicate and cause a chronic condition.
What are the Symptoms?
Most people with acute hepatitis B experience no symptoms. But some, in particular adults and children over the age of 5 develop symptoms that can last for long periods of time, some going on for weeks. Symptoms usually develop two to five months after exposure to the virus. These are some of the most common symptoms of acute hepatitis B.
- extreme fatigue
- stomach pain (especially the upper right quadrant)
- loss of appetite
- joint pain
- muscle soreness
- dark urine
- light-colored stools
- jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes)
Some people experience symptoms for as long as six months. But people with chronic hepatitis B are unable to clear the virus, and they may experience ongoing symptoms or live symptom free for many years. The likelihood of a chronic infection typically depends on the age at which a person is infected. Children infected before the age of six are more likely to develop chronic hepatitis B. Research shows that 80 to 90 % of infants infected with hepatitis B during their first year of life will go on to develop chronic HBV, and 30 to 50 % of children infected before the age of 6 will develop chronic HBV. Less than 5 percent of healthy adults will develop a chronic infection.
Chronic hepatitis B carriers can develop serious liver conditions like liver cancer or cirrhosis. They can also develop cirrhosis of the liver, a serious disease that occurs when scar tissue develops in the liver. The scarring can become so severe that the liver no longer functions properly. This impacts some of the body’s most essential processes, like blood flow, the elimination of toxins and waste, and the digestion of essential nutrients.
How do we get it?
- Perinatal transmission
- Exposure to infected blood
- Sexual transmission
- Needle sharing
OK, the positives, how do we get rid of it
According to the priceless book, The Cure is in the Cupboard, by the way, I highly recommend buying this book, it recommends this regimen in curing not just HBV but all types of viral hepatitis:
“Consume three of more drops of wild harvested oil of oregano under the tongue twice daily. Take a few drops with meals in juice, milk or water twice daily. Full fat milk is an ideal medium…..Remember the liver is capable of healing itself. The key is to cleanse of impurities and destroy any noxious invaders. Take a wild greens flushing agent made form a combination of wild dandelion leaf,, wild burdock leaf, and wild nettle leaf.”
You can supplant the milk thistle with dandelion, they both do a miraculous detox work on the liver so the liver can regenerate, but personally, I prefer milk thistle. I cured myself of non-viral hepatitis in a very short time using milk thistle. See my article on “Heal the Liver with Milk Thistle“.
I recommended this regimen to a friend who had an “active” chronic hepatitis B infection for over 20 years. When I first met her she looked weathered, her liver was swollen and she was constantly in pain. I told her about the powers of milk thistle and oil of oregano and she decided to try it out.
Her quality of life improved drastically after taking the milk thistle for a few weeks, she no longer was in constant pain and her liver was no longer swollen. She did a blood test after continually taking the regimen for a couple of months, incredibly her liver ALT and AST came back perfectly normal, and the HBV came back as “inactive”, meaning it was dormant but not replicating.
She has continued the regimen but has added organic black seeds, she has not done a blood test as of yet, but when she does I will update this blog post. See my article “Reverse HIV in 6 months with Black Seeds“.
The key to slaying this dragon is consistency and patience.
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