'Hepatitis' refers to viral infections that cause inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis A, B and C are the most common types. Each have different causes and symptoms.
Hepatitis A is the most common of the seven known types of viral hepatitis. Infection with the hepatitis A virus leads to inflammation of the liver, but complications are rarely serious.
Hepatitis B is similar to hepatitis A in its symptoms, but is more likely to cause chronic long-term illness and permanent damage to the liver if not treated.
Hepatitis C, like other forms of hepatitis, causes inflammation of the liver. The hepatitis C virus is transferred primarily through blood, and is more persistent than hepatitis A or B.
It is possible to experience mild or no symptoms whatsoever, but even if this is the case the person’s faeces will still be infectious to others. Many people who become infected with HAV will have symptoms that include:
• A short, mild, flu-like illness
• nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea
• loss of appetite
• weight loss
• jaundice (yellow skin and whites of eyes, darker yellow urine and pale faeces)
• itchy skin
• abdominal pain.
If a person lives with hepatitis C infection for a number of years then they may develop the following complications:
• chronic hepatitis
• liver cirrhosis
• liver cancer.
If symptoms become severe then a person with hepatitis C may be admitted to hospital for monitoring and treatment.
Herbal Unani Medicinal system is a traditional and ancient formula of a blend of herbal ingredients very effective on Hepatitis A , B & C, strengthening the Liver tissues and deactivate the virus which reduces viral load and restores the normal functions of the Liver and prevents Liver from further damage.
Question: Are there any side effects in the Herbal Unani medicines and treatment?
Answer: The only advantage of our Herbal Unani system of medicine is that there is no disadvantage at all, in it.
- • It is free of ill-effects/totally harm-free and toxin free.
- • It is just a food grade medicine.
Duration of the treatment: 6 to 10 months or its depends upon the condition of the patients*