Last Modified on Dec 20, 2014
What is Viral Hepatitis?
While certain viruses can cause the liver to become inflammed, some viruses can cause more than 50% of hepatitis.? Viral infections that attack mostly the liver are called hepatitis viruses and can cause Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Hepatitis D, and Hepatitis E.
Below you will read Oscar's incredibly successful BHT Hepatitis Treatment, including exact measurements and when to take BHT during the day.
|BETTER BUT NOT CURED (1)||25%|
[BETTER BUT NOT CURED] Oscar, please comment.
I took the Interferon, Ribovirin and Incevek (sp?)treatment in 2013 through my local gastro- specialist. It was the most horrible time of my life. I am 64 years old. I could barely eat anything or even drink water. I felt so bad I truly wanted to die. I only lasted about 10 weeks before I had to stop the treatment based on my low blood levels. I found the Earth-clinic website by chance and I read your posts about your experiences with BHT. I started my own BHT program back in July of this year (2014). I have been taking 250 mg. BHT three times a day. I weigh about 220 lbs. I take one capsule in the morning when I wake up on an empty stomach, skip breakfast, eat lunch, take another about 3:30 in the afternoon and the last one when I go to bed. I am having no bad side effects. The only other things I have been taking are naproxen sodium (Aleve), vitamin D3, and a Prilosec OTC. I take these separately from any BHT. My viral load back in 2013 was 4 million. In May of 2014 after the Interferon treatment, it was 2,262,000. After 5 months of BHT, my viral load is reduced to 2,028,000. So it has came DOWN 10 percent in 5 months. I feel good physically and I have a good energy level. My doctor is wanting me to check out some of the new very expensive treatments early in 2015. But I am hesitant to start a new "Big Pharma" program if I can beat this thing over the long haul with the BHT. In your understanding of how BHT works, is it reasonable to expect a continuing reduction in viral load if I keep up the treatment as I am taking it now? Thanks for any and all response.
Replied by Oscar
Syracuse, New York
12/20/2014Posted by Devo (Los Angeles, CA) on 11/11/2014
I got my BHT in the mail yesterday took my first pill this morning on a empty stomach.
My question is, should I wait and then take my blood pressure meds? or can I take them at the same time.
I have HepC 1a and my levels have been pretty steady for 5 years. The doctors do not want to start me on any treatments and I hope this will prove to be a good alternative.
Thanks for all the great info!Replied by Oscar
Syracuse, New York