To help the liver

To help the liver

hepatotherapy

Liver’ve never bothered, but it is necessary to happen that hepatitis arose. First was the ache right side, were nausea, weakness, further — is worse.
They put me in the hospital, prescribed a strict diet and medical treatment. But the worst thing I have learned in the hospital that often after suffering a hepatitis liver once a lifetime is sick. Therefore, as soon as discharged, he launched a «rescue» measures.

The most important — is the strictest diet. After an illness should be possible to facilitate the work of the liver. So for a whole year with my desk disappeared pickles, fried, canned goods, meats and chocolate.
There were only vegetables, fruits, cereals, lean meats and fish. I ate mostly boiled or steamed dishes. With unaccustomed food seemed fresh and even tasteless, but then I’m used to.

I also learned that the liver is very useful for St. John’s wort. And each became
day to brew tea itself of St. John’s wort:. 1 teaspoon per cup of boiling water. Peel 3 cups a day. So accustomed to this tea, even I stopped drinking the usual black.

A little later, I came across an article about milk thistle grass, which stated that using this herb can treat liver. Milk thistle is considered the most powerful medicinal herb for the treatment of liver diseases — hepatitis, cirrhosis, jaundice, defeats her by alcohol, drugs, toxins, radiation.
From its seeds made by many well-known tablets for the treatment of liver.
Buy milk thistle I had a pharmacy.

I was treated thistle month, as stated in the instructions to the drug, and then took a break for 2 weeks and repeat the course.
All these measures have led to the fact that now, after a year and a half after the illness, I feel great, a liver, I think, too, in order, as no pain and no discomfort. Sometimes I allow myself anything «harmful, but tasty,» but for the most part I try to stick to the diet, the more I it is already used. A tea made from St. John’s wort, I periodically drink still, I think, can not hurt.

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