I cured my hepatitis C, along with two other nurse friends, thru the use of Oil Of Oregano, used over 60 days. It comes in drop form that you can mix with juice, 4 drops a day or pill form. My blood work came back as normal after using it. Prior to use it my blodd work was positive for hepc...
I just visted this site for the first time while doing a search on Ozone cure rate with Hep-C. I was diagnosed with Hep-C in 2008. Since then I have tried mulitple therapies, herbs, supplements, etc. None of the therapies produced any type of cure, just treatment. The virus has been kept in check, but I was looking for a cure not a treatment. I have not and will not take the treatment the medical doctors suggest simply because the rate of cure is so low and the side effects are horrible and lasting.
In Sept. 2011 I began treating myself with 1% Ozonated saline solution injection @ 50CC daily. All my liver enzymes have returned to normal with the exception of one which is slightly elevated. These results came in just 3 weeks on ozone. My viral count went extremely high, however this is NOT all active virus as the test for viral count records both inactive and active viruses. What I am saying is that as the 03 travels through your blood and organs, it attacks the cells that are oxygen depleted and give home to the HIV virus. The 03 blows apart the cells and destroys the virus protective enzymes which enters into your blood as inactive virus. This is why your viral count goes up, the ozone is destroying the virus. It is very important what you eat and drink. Your body must expel these toxins. Ozone does build up your immune system and floods your body and cells with oxygen thus allowing your natural defense system to do what it was meant to do. It is also equally important to take supplements to assist your liver in rebuilding cells. Before I went to ozone saline, I tried h202 which was working ok, but not as well as ozone.Viruses and bacteria can not live in an oxygen environment.
For further information on this you can join the ozonetherapy group on yahoo. Hope this helps and you may write me with your suggestions or thoughts.
In 1997, I contracted Hep C from transfusions. Early the next year I finally found the identification of a vine I'd found in the deep woods years before. It is Schizandra glabra (the American species, not chinensis, the Asian species). I read that the Chinese use their species to treat hepatitis, so I started eating the berries/seeds daily, by the handful. I picked and froze a few quarts for a few months' supply. A month later, I found Milk Thistle seeds and added them, about a teaspoon powdered, twice a day. Three months later my hepatologist said there was "not a viral body to be found". I have been Hep C free ever since.
Hello Bill, There's a new treatment for hepatitis c in the news these days. It's Sovaldi and Olysio.Two pills a day for 12 weeks. They say there's an over 90% cure rate for people with genotype 1A. Do you know anything about it and would you offer any feedback? Thank you.
I have hepatitis c. I recently took Solvadi-Ribaviron-Olysio for 80 days. I had a test after a month that said "Virus Undetected" and my enzymes were 22 and 26.They came down from 140 and 56.I got the same results a month later as in "Virus undetected and low enzymes again.I finished the drugs and had another test and the results were virus 155,000 and ALT 365 and AST 128.These drugs cost my insurance company $84,000.00.
The results are WORSE than I started out with. My doctor said, "Well the drugs weren't tested that long." I said, "but they were approved by the FDA for big money." Readers BEWARE!
(South Padre Island)
HI Bill, Do you know if MSM and serrepeptase are safe to take for hep-c and is it also safe for Peripheral neuropathy. I have made mistakes before and am now very cautious. Thank you much.
(San Fernando, Philippines)
Hello Ted, Nice to see you back. I have hep-c and peripheral neuropathy. I have just started taking sunflower seed lecithin after taking soy lecithin for about 2 years with no results. I take the lecithin for my neuropathy. Now I read that vitamin E is not good for hep-c and sunflower seed lecithin is high in vit-E. I also take a ton of other supplements for both issues... Any feed back on this? I take 3 grams of fish oil and 6 grams of sunflower seed oil a day. Lastly why does vitamin e make me very cold?
High good people, I was searching on the net for a natural remidy for Hep C, found a blog on vitamins for hep c so thought this might help so went down bought some. I got zinc sulfphate, L-Lysine 500 mg and vitamin C I also have emphysema both diseases have improved out of sight. I take them three times a day. I hope this helps someone. good luck
My husband has been suffering from Hep C since 2001...thats when it became symptomatic. We think he contracted in college in the 70's. He is 59 years old and we have managed to control the symptoms so he can lead a very normal life. He did one round of interferon for 11 months...which really damaged his body in other ways, but didn't get rid of it. He is taking a whole food supplement that is dehydrated fruits and vegetables. When we started him on it, he was taking 6 vege capsules in the morning and 6 fruit with dinner or after. Since he started taking these, he no longer has the Hep C tiredness, brain fog and achiness that was with him for so long. He has been on the product for about 5 years now and is back to working full time and teaching tennis on the weekends (his love). If he forgets to take it or gets stubborn and doesn't take it....the symptoms come raging back. He now takes 3 vege in the morning and 3 fruit in the evening...it seems to have a cumulative effect and he doesn't need so much now.
I don't want to say the name because I love this site and it has asked me not to, but if someone wants to know you can email me at [email protected] You can only get this product through a distributor. I am a distributor, but only to buy my own product cheaper. I don't really sell it to other people. You probably know someone who is selling it already or I can give you the website.
It hasn't cured the Hep C, but it has given me my husband back.
(Vancouver, Bc Canada)
(Victoria, Bc, Canada)
Vitamins to take for hep c? i've just recently found your web site. have been looking up holistic medicine for my husband who has hep c. he's thinking of starting the interferon treatments and is going to start them soon. was wondering what you would recommend as far as vitamins goes. the doctor said that he was gonna put him on treatment for 3 months to see how he does. was told he only has about a 30% chance of it working. i'm worried that in the process of this treatment, that he will have other side effects such as thyroid problems and it effecting other organs. your feedback would be much appreciated.
(Vancouver Bc., Canada)
Question for Bill from Phillipines. In a 04/08/2010 post from Ted from Bangkok he mentions a protocal that I would like your opinion on. He says to take ibuprophen and lysine for hepatitis c. He says to take 200 mg Ibuprophen 5 straight hours a day along with 1000 mg lysine for a week. At the end of a week stop ibuprophen and continue with lysine for a month. At 1000mgs at 5 hourly doses per day.
I hear bad stories about ibuprophen yet I was given 800 mgs per day in 3 doses for six months..YES 800 mgs 3x per day for severe whiplash in a car accident..in 1994..I got hepatitis c in 1969. When I got my enzymes checked in 2003 they were normal until I was talked into a biopsy which sent my enzymes up to the mid 300's...What do you feel about Ted's protocol as I also hear lysine might not be the thing for hep-c..Sometimes science finds different results for different health protocals. Thank you for reading....
(San Fernado, Philippines)
(San Fernando, Philippines)
(Syracuse, New York)
(San Fernando, Philippines)
I ran across this website while searching for info on HCV. The first thing I read was a description of a Angolan Soldier that allegedly contracted HCV from a tick bite. The description included symptoms appearing way to early to be related to the disease (it takes about 20-30 years for the disease to multiply enough to do noticable damage) with symptoms like "dark urine" that did not resemble Hepatitis C at all. This is a quote from the post, "Upon checking with his doctor, the doctor said that if you got black or dark urine, you got Hepatitis C." That doesn't sound like a very scientific diagnosis to me. Who is Ted? Are any of these remedies fact checked? I use alternative medicine exclusively but I am afraid to trust what I read here after reading that uneducated sounding piece of advice. I really need reliable trustworthy information to help me deal with this disease. I would appreciate any input on Ted or this article found on this page: https://www.earthclinic.com/cures/hep_c.html#CSHP
I have a question for those with remedies that worked for HCV. Which genotype do you have? I know that genotype 1 is the most difficult to control? Ted do you have genotype 1?
MMS (chlorine dioxide) worked for awhile-- it really brought the viral load down 25%.It took severla months. However the thyroid TSH levels went way out of wack. Ozone looks promising howeve rthe test results have not been back yet.
I have a suggestion: if a cure is posted, plese add the genotype. Thanks!
HCV and viral load: Oscar, I recall a post where you said something about viral loads and something about when it's under 200,000...I can't find it anywhere... My viral load is 161,000 and was 5 million a couple of years ago...Any feedback would be appreciated. Thank you and congratulations for helping people without drugs..
(Syracuse, New York)
Oscar, I understand the viral load numbers, the type of test, the IU/mL are complicated to determine. Perhaps you can calculate what this information below means:
Both my tests were done w/ COBRA (R) AmpliPrep TagMan ® HCV Test Kit (Roach Molecular System. Inc)
The first test [=HCV RNA PCR QUANT out of range 2110000, reference range <43 IU/mL
HCV RNA PCR OUANT out of range 6.32H.. Reference range <1.63 LogIU/mL.
HCV RNA PCR QUANT... out of range 837930 IU/mL...reference range(43
HCV RNA PCR Quant ... Out of range 5.92 log IU/mL....reference range (1.63
I believe it mentioned Genome 1????.. not that that matters.
Are the numbers, the raw numbers that mean what they say, or do you need to multiply something x something to get the vl number? Or to compare them?
(Syracuse, New York)