Autoimmune Hepatitis Treatment

Last Modified on Nov 29, 2013

Autoimmune Hepatitis is caused when the immune system attacks and inflames the liver. It may be hard to diagnose, although some toxins, diseases and drugs may trigger it. Women are more likely to get it. If this is not treated, the person develops cirrhosis (scarring) of the liver, leading to liver failure. When treated early, drugs (prednisone and Azathioprine) are used to suppress the immune system and control the disease. Some people eventually require liver transplants.

Symptoms of?Autoimmune Hepatitis are varied, including: fatigue, joint pain, yellowing, nausea, lost appetite, rashes and in women, cessation of menstruation. Type 1 is the most common and half of the people with this type suffer from other autoimmune diseases. Type 2 usually happens to young girls who have other autoimmune diseases.

Alternative Treatment - Ted's Remedy
Please read Ted's entire post below for more details. This is his one day aspirin treatment as most bacteria are digested by aspirin. The dose: 500 mg of aspirin dissolved in a 1/2 cup of water. If the autoimmunity is viral, use Shilajit humic or just humate. This is a cure from India where kidney and liver problems are treated with the herbs phyllanthus niruri, boerhaavia diffusa and picorhiza kurroa.

Sources
Mayo Clinic staff. "Autoimmune hepatitis." 7/13/13.


Autoimmune Hepatitis Remedies

03/19/2013: Jigar from Maninagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India: "My father has problem with Autoimmune Hepatitis since one year. But no medicines are working. Kindly provide some suggestion so that problem can be sorted out."

Replies
10/26/2013: Joe Shmoe from Chicago replies: "Steroids to suppress the autoimmune disorder in blood or a get a Liver transplant performed."


Milk Thistle, Turmeric

09/11/2013: Aparna from London, Uk: "Autoimmune hepatitis: Hi my name is Aparna. I had abnormal blood test. Also I have non alcoholic fatty liver. I have been taking milk thistle everday, drink milk with turmeric, go to gym 3 times a week, eating more salad, but still I have constipation and can't loose weight. My height is 5 feet weight 58 any sugession?"

Replies
09/12/2013: Timh from Ky, Usa replies: "@Aparna: Try 1 grm L-Methionine plus 1000 mcg Vit-B12 daily. This combination is the single best fat burner I have encountered."


Remedies Needed

08/12/2011: John from Chicago, Il: "I am Jack 50 years old. Can anyone suggest about curing auto immune hepatitus?"


11/21/2009: Gautami from Chennai, Tamil Nadu, Country: "Elevated AST and ALT after autoimmune hepatitis

Thank you very much for doing a very good service to people in suffering.I am suffering from autoimmune hepatitis. When this was diagnosed my AST, Alkaline Phosphatase and ALT levels were 1300 . I am on prednisone for the past three months. I saw a post on aspirin therapy in Earthclinic and completed that remedy also to cure any other bacterial cause for this. In spite of these measures, My Gama GT continues to be elevated (1000 ). Alkaline Phosphatase level started coming down but stays steady at 330. The Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C etc have been ruled out. MRI does not show any problem as per the doctors. There no obstructions.
Is there any other natural remedy I can try for my condition?

Thanks and regards

Gautami"


10/22/2009: Ramasamy from Madurai, India, Tamil Nadu: "Can you give me some home remedy to reduce Alkaline Phosphatase enzymes on the liver?

Hi, I am recently diagonised with autoimmune hepatitis and all my liver enzymes are very high. And I am taking prednisol now ( with 40 mg), but still my Alkaline Phosphatase is going on increasing. Is there any way I can reduce it ? please help me.

Thanks
Choodamani"

Replies
11/01/2009: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: "High liver enzymes is a common problem of high bacteria count in the body where the body cannot effectively reduce their numbers. Most bacteria in fact can be digested with a simple aspirin. If a person doesn't have problems with aspirin (Reyes Syndrome), the dose is 500 mg of aspirin dissoved in a 1/2 cup of water taken at 50 minute intervals for a total of four doses. It's a one day cure I used effectively against a chlamydia that resists all kinds of antibiotics, but does an excellent job against the swine flu, dengue fever to boot - all one day cures for me, at least.

If autoimmunity is a viral condition we need a separate remedy. The Shilajit humic acid. Or just humates.

Ted

P.S. Yes, aspirin digests the bacteria. Aspirin also digest the virus. Makes for very good antibiotics where these pathogen have no resistance! The secret is the hourly dose:

500 mg for adult 120 pound dose;
a 7 year old requires 250 mg.

It's very exacting or it doesnt work.

50 minutes to 1 hourly dose.
4 doses..one day cure.

A lot better than mandatory vaccinations"

03/14/2011: Elaine from Edmond, Oklahoma, Usa replies: "My liver enzymes AST was 60 and my ALT was 77. A little high. I have a nonalcoholic fatty liver. I saw the aspirin cure and was concerned about one thing. Aspirin is a blood thinner. Would this be a problem if I were to be in an accident or cut myself? If I stay home while I do this, how long should I wait before I go out? What kind of a controlled situation should I be under?"
03/14/2011: Kenny from Monroe, Nj, Usa replies: "Please check out the herbs phyllanthus niruri, boerhaavia diffusa and picorhiza kurroa. Used in India for thousands of years for all types of kidney and liver problems even today. It does bring the counts down quickly."
03/16/2011: Elaine from Edmond, Oklahoma, Usa replies: "Thank you, Kenny. I will go to the Asian market and see if they have these herbs there. I do have hyperparathyroid which effects the kidneys. Hopefully, this may kill two birds...."








 



 

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