New research exposes the ability of nature’s plant lectins from certain plants to treat a variety of virus infections including some of the most lethal, such as Ebola, Hepatitis, H1N1 and others. Plants with greater levels of these antiviral lectins are revealed.
Research is discovering that the metabolically active form of vitamin D3 (actually more of a hormone) can significantly inhibit hepatitis C infections. The supplemented form of vitamin D3 does not have the same effect.
An extensive review of recent research has confirmed that red peony root – also called Chi shao in traditional Chinese medicine – can provide an effective treatment for jaundice hepatitis.
New research is finding that the humble yarrow plant – considered a roadside weed in many areas – has the ability to calm nerves, reduce liver and kidney infections, and provide potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.
A number of studies over the past year have confirmed that hepatitis responds positively to nutritional supplementation, phytonutrients, a balanced diet, and changes in protein and energy consumption.
Dandelion is one of the most well known traditional herbs for all sorts of ailments that involve toxicity within the blood, liver, kidneys, lymphatic system and urinary tract.