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Hepatitis C treatment goal is to clear the virus from your body. Hepatitis C treatment will stop inflammation of the liver or swelling and pain to the liver caused by Hepatitis C virus. Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is a liver disease caused by the Hepatitis C virus that causes liver infection, swollen and pain to the liver causing severe damage to the liver. It can be acute or chronic in nature.

This article aim to explain symptoms, mode in which HCV can be transmitted, how it cannot be transmitted, it stages, and hepatitis c treatment.

Now you’re about to find out…

  • Types of Hepatitis virus.
  • Types of Hepatitis C and their stages.
  • Symptoms of Hepatitis C virus.
  • It modes of transmittion and how it can’t be transmitted.
  • Foods to eat and the foods to stay away from when you are suffering from Hepatitis C as well as
  • Hepatitis C treatment.

Now, let me lift the veil for you…

Types of Hepatitis Virus

They are:

  1. Hepatitis A
  2. Hepatitis B
  3. Hepatitis C
  4. Hepatitis D and
  5. Hepatitis E

HEPATITIS B and C are the most common ones.

Hepatitis C Symptoms

The incubation period for Hepatitis C Virus is 2 weeks to 6 months. The following initial infection, approximately 80% of people who are infected do not show any sign or symptoms. Those who are ACUTE SYMPTOMATIC may manifest:

  • Fever.
  • Nausea.
  • Fatigue.
  • Decreased appetite.
  • Vomiting.
  • Dark urine abdominal pain.
  • Gray coloured stools.

  • Joint pain and jaundice
  • Bruising easily.
  • Confusion.
  • Itchy skin.
  • Fluid build up in your abdomen.
  • Swollen in your legs.
  • Drowsiness and
  • Slurred speech.

How can you contract or transmit Hepatitis C Virus?

Hepatitis C virus is a blood borne disease that can be transmitted through:

  1. Sharing of injection equipment.
  2. Re-use or inadequate sterilization of medical equipment such as syringe and needles.
  3. Transfusion of unscreened blood and products.
  4. It can be transmitted through unprotected sexual intercourse and
  5. It can be transmitted from an infected mother to baby.

How Hepatitis C virus can not be transmitted

It can not be spread through:

  • Water.
  • Food.
  • Hugging.
  • Kissing.
  • Sharing foods or drinks with an infected person.
  • Shaking of hands.
  • Sharing of food, cups or cutlery.
  • Day to day physical contact with an infected person and
  • Breast feeding (unless nipples get cracked and bleeding).

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Hepatitis C Virus Stages

Hepatitis affects people in several ways and have the following stages:

  1. INCUBATION PERIOD: This is the time between first exposure to the start of the disease that can last any where from 14 to 80 days but the average is 45 days.
  2. ACUTE HEPATITIS C: This is a term illness that lasts for the first 6 months after the VIRUS find it way into your body. After that, some people who are infected will get rid of it or clear the VIRUS on their own.
  3. CHRONIC HEPATITIS C: If your body does not clear the virus on it own after 6 months, it becomes a long term infection which can have serious health problems such as CANCER of the LIVER or CIRRHOSIS.
  4. CIRRHOSIS: this disease leads to inflammation that that over the time replaces your healthy liver cells with scar tissue. It usually takes about 20 to 30 years for this to happen. It can be faster, if you drink alcohol or have HIV.
  5. LIVER CANCER: cirrhosis make liver cancer more likely. However, your doctor will make sure you get regular screening because in the early stage, there are usually no symptoms.

Hepatitis C Treatment


Let me tell you how you can treat HEPATITIS C!


Eating healthy foods will not only help you get relief from pain caused by Hepatitis C and it will also promote the your liver health by ensuring that your body get the needed nutrients to generate new cells. Healthy foods for Hepatitis C are: 

  • Increase your water  intake: drinking atleast 6 to 8 glasses of water daily. Always observe your urine colour to know whether your are making progress or not.
  • Consume healthy fats: coconut oil (as well as palm oil or red oil) and olive oil should be added to your diet in moderation. So that the will not stress your liver.
  • Consume raw, fresh and Organic vegetables of different colours: vegetables are low in fat, sodium and calories.
  • Consume fruits in moderation: some fruits contains fructose when eating in excess they can be harmful for the liver which may result in more damage to your liver.
  • Eats foods rich in fiber: they assist in the removal of toxins from your body. Examples include: avocado, okra (okro), raspberries, almonds, coconuts, et cetra.
  • Protein should be consumed moderately: protein are needed in repairing and building new body tissues which is needed if you have a sustained liver damage.


Doing low impact exercise such as walking is significant because it will keep your weight down, improve your appetite, relieve some form of the HEPATITIS C VIRUS medication side effects if you are taking them, improve your sense of well well being.

Hepatitis C Treatment: Foods to Avoid.

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Knowing what and foods to avoid are significant in placing your feet on the way to recovery. It will also prevent your liver from going through stress that can damage the liver.

  • Avoid drinking of fluorinated tap water: most tap water are contaminated with toxins.
  • Salty foods: avoid canned foods, junk foods and any foods high in salt.
  • Avoid trans fats: trans fats put your liver under stress.
  • Total avoidance of alcohol consumption: avoid all types of alcohol, if you suffers from Hepatitis C Virus.
  • Wheat and gluten: a gluten free diet, is beneficial to your liver while gluten diets are highly inflammatory because the human body is not really designed to digest it.

they are: wheat, wheat germ, rye, barley, bulgur, couscous, graham flour, kamut matzo, semolina, spelt, triticale, and so on.

  • Avoid processed fruit juices: that are high in fructose and artificial sweeteners. They stresses the liver and pancreas. THEY FEEDS HEPATITIS C Virus also.

Follow-up any testing that your doctor recommends to check your levels and avoid taking any supplement without your doctor advice. Such supplements may contain some ingredients that are harmful to your liver.

This write-up is not meant to be a substitute where the service of a qualified medical expert is urgently needed. Use natural treatment just as an adjunct treatment.


1. Phyllanthus Amarus/ phyllanthus Niruri(Stone breaker in English; Eyin olobe, Ehinbisowo in Yoruba; Iyeke in Urhobo; Geroon-tsuntsaayee in Hausa; Ngwu, Buchi oro, Eyinkonwa in Igbo; Oyomokeso amanke edem in Efik) It is effective in dealing with Hepatitis C. Prepare tea infusion of this plant. Drink 300 twice a day hepatitis c treatment.

2. Taraxactum  Officinale (Dandelion in English; Ewe odu in Yoruba) Dandelion helps in attenuating oxidative stress and inflammation of the liver. Prepare tea infusion of Dandelion fresh leaves. Drink 250 thrice daily.

Or: Obtain fresh Dandelion leaves wash them with little salt and clean water. After that, slice the leaves and eat as salad.

Or: you may add slightly boil fresh Dandelion leaves in your diet or take it in form of soup for hepatitis c treatment.

3. Turmeric (Iblue in Urhobo; Gigir in Tiv; Atale pupa in Yoruba; Nwandumo, Ohuboboch in Igbo;  Kurkur, Gangamau in Hausa) aid in inhibition of cell to cell transmittion of hepatitis c . Take half tablespoon of Turmeric. Boil it in 250 ml water. Strain and drink when it is cool. Do it two times a day. You may also add Turmeric in your diet for hepatitis c treatment.

4. Cardus Marianus (Milk thistle in English; Ewe Yan-rin in Yoruba) Milk thistle contains similarin, known as vitamin P. It contains flavonoids and has effect on cells. It also assist contains anti-inflammatory properties that help in the detoxification of the liver. Get fresh leaves of Milk thistle. Wash them with salt water. After that, also wash with clean water. Cut the leaves into slices. Eat them as salad.

Or: wash Milk thistle leaves with clean water. Blend them in water to extract the juice. Drink 250 thrice daily.

Or: Include slightly boil fresh Milk thistle leaves in your diet or take it in form of soup.

Or: Boil Milk thistle leaves together with the root and seeds in water. Drink 300 ml three times a day. Boil it after washing the leaves with clean water. It very effectivehepatitis C treatment.

5. Solanum Nigrum (Ebe-akpe in Urhobo; Black night Shade in English; Ugum-akpe in Igbo; Egunmon, Ogunmom in Yoruba ; Anyana nnya in Efik; Gautan kaji in Hausa) Get the fresh leaves of Black Night Shade after washing in clean water. Blend thoroughly water to extract the juice. Drink 250 ml of the juice three times a day.

Or: Get fresh Black Night Shade leaves. Wash them with salt water. After that wash them with clean water. Slices the leaves and eat as salad.

Or: add slightly boil Solanum Nigrum  leaves in your diet. You may it take it in soup when slightly boil for hepatitis c treatment.

6. Get the following:

  • 50 pods of fresh Garlic (Tafarnuwa in Hausa; Alubosa ayu in Yoruba; Ayuu in Igbo)

  • 20 Bitter Colas (Magin goro, Cida goro in Hausa, Efiat in Ibibio, Edun, Efiari in Efik; Oje in Bokyi; Igoligo in Idoma; Orogbo in Yoruba; Aku ilu, Ugolo, Aku inu in Igbo; Akaan in Ijo-Izon; Okain in Itsekiri Efrie in Ejagham-kin; Emiale in Icheve; Edun in Edo)

  • Two (2) fingers of TURMERIC

Grind the items mentioned above and mix thoroughly with:

  • Lime juice (Omi osan wewe Omi oronbo in Yoruba; Ekpe nkirisi in Igbo; Ruwa lemu tsami, Kadanbuya in Hausa)

  • Include Organic Pure Honey (Zmanu in Igbo; Oyin igan Oyin gidi in Yoruba; Dorawa in Hausa).

Take Two (2) tablespoons three times a day for hepatitis c treatment.







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