Homeopathic Treatment for Hepatitis

Homeopathic treatment for hepatitis is becoming more and more popular because of its effectiveness and safety. Unfortunately, a lot of individuals do not have any idea about the effectiveness of homeopathic treatment for different types of hepatitis. Before jumping to the Homeopathic Treatment for Hepatitis treatment, let us first discuss hepatitis.


The word hepatitis is derived from the Greek word “hear,” which means “liver,” and the Latin word “itis,” which means “inflammation.” So, hepatitis is the inflammation of the liver.

Viruses are the most common cause of hepatitis. The other reasons may involve autoimmune diseases, other infections, toxins, specific medications, and excessive alcohol use. 

There are five different types of hepatitis that viruses can cause: A, B, C, D, and E. A laboratory test can help to determine the type of hepatitis. For hepatitis A, C, D, and E, the viruses’ RNA (ribonucleic acid) cores are responsible, whereas for hepatitis B, the virus’ DNA base is the cause.


Contaminated water and food result in hepatitis E and A.

Hepatitis A is also known as infectious hepatitis because it is a contagious disease. 

Hepatitis B is a sexually transmitted infection, in contrast to hepatitis A, but it can also spread from the mother to the child during childbirth or pregnancy. Hepatitis B is also known as viral hepatitis. When it gets severe, it can result in liver cirrhosis. The transfusion of contaminated blood easily transmits hepatitis B.

Hepatitis B and hepatitis C proliferate in infected blood, for instance, through the sharing of needles by the users of intravenous drugs.  When hepatitis C gets complicated, it results in liver failure, cirrhosis, or chronic hepatitis.

There is a probability of hepatitis D in individuals who have hepatitis B. The most serious of all the types of hepatitis is hepatitis D, and it is the rarest viral hepatitis.   Multiple cases of hepatitis D are deadly, and chronic conditions can lead to cirrhosis.

Hepatitis E initiates in the epidermis and is associated with contaminated water and poor hygiene. The fertile woman may be in danger because of the infection through hepatitis E. This issue has been found generally in developing countries.


Numerous individuals with hepatitis can experience no symptoms or mild ones. Unless the liver gets damaged, the symptoms may not appear. 

The starting phase of hepatitis is known as the acute phase. Its symptoms involve fatigue, diarrhea, mild fever or flu-like symptoms, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, joint or muscle aches, general loss in weight, and abdominal pain.

This phase is not highly risky, but it can develop into chronic hepatitis, which is the most severe stage, and it can result in death. As the condition of the patient gets worse, the symptoms start appearing: dark urine, portal circulation problems, enlarged spleen for alcoholic hepatitis, drowsiness, and dizziness for drug-induced or toxic hepatitis, hives with or without involving skin itching, headache, white eyes, and yellow skin (symptoms like jaundice), and stool of clay color that may constitute pus.


Here are some of the difficulties of hepatitis:

  • For chronic hepatitis, the most common complication is scarring of the liver, called fibrosis. The liver gets damaged due to persistent inflammation and starts making scar tissue to repair itself.
  • If the fibrosis gets extensive, it is renowned as cirrhosis of the liver. It has multiple causes, but the most common are hepatitis C and alcoholic hepatitis.
  • The complications of cirrhosis include liver cancer. There are two types of cancer. One is cholangiogram carcinoma, which affects the bile ducts, and the other is hepatocellular carcinoma, which has a significant effect on the liver cells.
  • The most uncommon and severe complication of hepatitis is liver failure. The liver functions get stopped in this condition, which results in the shutting down of the body and death.
  • The nephrons’ inflammation results in a kidney disorder, Glomerulonephritis, and it is associated with hepatitis C and chronic hepatitis B infections.
  • The atypical disorder caused by the abnormal gathering of a protein that helps block blood vessels is called cryoglobulinemia. It affects the circulation and is seen in hepatitis C and chronic B infections.
  • When there is a severe loss of liver functions, liver failure can result in brain inflammation called encephalopathy. It creates multiple mental issues, such as confusion, and it results in a coma.
  • The critical job of the liver involves filtering blood. When there is a blockage in the portal system due to cirrhosis and other issues, blood does not move back to the liver from the digestive system, and this process increases pressure. It is known as portal hypertension, and it is a severe complication and can be dangerous.
  • Porphyrins are a group of diseases caused by issues processing essential chemicals in the body. The one type of this disease that causes blisters on the face and hands is called porphyria cutanea tara, and it is rare among the infections of chronic hepatitis C.
  • A demanding complication of hepatitis is the chance of having more than one viral infection at the same time. The most common co-infection with hepatitis is with hepatotropic viruses, while the other one is HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus).

Diagnosing hepatitis involves LFT (liver function test), complete blood count, bleeding time, a laboratory test for identifying the virus in the blood, imaging (MRI, CT-scan, Ultrasonography, clotting time, and liver biopsy.


Homeopathy is a safe and effective treatment for hepatitis and other liver disorders. It reduces the discoloration of the sclera, mucous membrane, and skin. These medications make the metabolic system and liver strong.

The purpose of homeopathy is to treat hepatitis infection as well as the root cause. It does not focus on the current symptoms.

The homeopathic treatment for hepatitis is gentle, and the comfort obtained through it is long-term.

Different homeopathic medications can help in the cure of jaundice. Some of them are below:

  • ARSENIC ALBUM: When food poisoning or lousy food results in hepatitis, it is the best medicine for your cure. If you feel a burning pain in your liver, it gets better with hot drinks.
  • ANDROGRAPHIS PANNICULATA: It is beneficial for hepatitis C and B. This medicine is useful in resistant jaundice and helpful when Chelidonium Majus does not function efficiently.
  • CARDUUS MARIANUS: The most effective remedy for liver cirrhosis with generalized edema is Carduus Marianus. It is a swollen, engorged liver that gets worse from pressure, and it is helpful in every condition.
  • AURUM METALLICUM: during pregnancy, it is productive for jaundice. The epigastrium can be distended with increased appetite and thirst, following hot eructations and burning sensations.
  • CHELIDONIUM: Chelidonium can treat the enlarged liver with tenderness. It is best to use Chelidonium for throbbing and dull pain in your liver area, hepatomegaly with bilious complications, marked desire for hot drinks and foods, pain aggravation on eating, and jaundice due to the gallbladder and hepatic obstruction.
  • CARICA PAPAYA: It is excellent to use Carica papaya when splenomegaly and hepatomegaly are linked with indigestion, dyspepsia, and fever. The marked feature of this treatment is constipation. When you are intolerant to milk, even in small amounts, it will result in pain.
  • CROTALUS HORRIDUS: This homeopathic medicine is used for treating jaundice cases when the whole body appears yellow, there is constant nausea and vomiting, pain in the liver, atonic dyspepsia, jaundice with hemorrhagic manifestation, and complications that occur during the transfusion of blood.
  • CHIONANTHUS: This drug is beneficial for chronic jaundice that reoccurs every summer. The symptoms involve yellow skin, stools of clay color, constipation, and an enlarged liver.
  • LACHESIS: In the complaints of the liver, particularly among alcoholics, Lachesis plays an important role. When the region of the liver is sensitive, and the person cannot bear anything around the waist, it is among the most effective medicines for the fatty liver. It reduces the hazards of blood transfusion and the sensitiveness of the right hypochondrium.
  • NATRUM SULPURICUM: For liver issues like jaundice, where the symptoms involve a region of the liver that is sore, tender, and sensitive to touch, Natrum Sulphuricum is an excellent medicine used in homeopathic treatment for hepatitis.
  • LYCOPODIUM: Lycopodium is the best to use when there is a desire for warm and sweet things, bread aggravates, there is excessive flatulence, and there is shooting pain in the lower abdomen from right to left.
  • PHOSPHORUS: Phosphorus is useful for fatty degeneration, acute hepatitis, jaundice linked with pancreatic disease, and cirrhosis. It reduces the marked soreness, enlargement, and hectic night sweats.

These are some of the medications that are helpful for the homeopathic treatment of hepatitis in alleviating the infection and other issues associated with the liver.

So, going for homeopathic treatment for hepatitis is not bad. It is counted among the natural treatments for hepatitis.

US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health recently published the case study performed by Barbara Sarter, Ph.D., APRN, FNP-C, Di-Hom, Prasanta Banerji, FMIH, and Pratip Banerji, MD (Hom), about the treatment of viral hepatitis with homeopathic remedies. The study showed successful treatment of chronic viral hepatitis using high-dilution homeopathic medicines. You can read about homeopathic treatment for hepatitis here.

If you are interested in homeopathic treatment for hepatitis, contact Philadelphia Homeopathic Clinic at (267) 403-3085 to set up an appointment for the initial evaluation. You will meet Dr. Tsan, one of the world’s most successful and reputable homeopathic practitioners, and get 100% customized treatment based on the “like cures like” philosophy.