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The Liver is the King of Internal Organs 4 the good health.


The Master of our internal Organ.


Liver is the master organ in our. The liver is an accessory digestive organ. We have to take care of it. “No virus or foreign body in the whole world can strike the immune system if the liver is healthy,”.

The tra­ditional Indian medicine from an­cient manuscripts. He claims that all liver diseases including hepatitis can be cured.

The liver is the largest glandular organ in the body and has more functions than any other human organ. It plays a pivotal role in human metabolism. Normal functions of the heart, kidney, and the brain depend on the liver. Support from the liver is needed for digestion, production of blood cells and body waste disposal. It is primarily responsible for detoxifying the body of poisonous substances by trans­forming and removing toxins and wastes.

The Main function of Liver.

There are many sources of body toxins and wastes that the liver deals with – toxins from food, such as traces of pesticides and preser­vatives, and alcohol; toxins from outside, like dings, adulterants and environmental pollutants; in­ternally produced chemicals, such as hormones that are no longer needed, nitrogen-containing waste left over from protein re-use; and energy production. These toxins and wastes are converted into less harmful substances by the liver and eliminated from the body.

The liver produces and secretes bile, to be stored in the gallbladder until needed, and which is used to break down and digest fatty- acids. It converts sugar into glycogen, which it stores until the muscles need energy and it is secreted into the blood stream as glucose. It synthesizes protein and hundreds of enzymes needed for digestion and other bodily functions. It produces prothrombin and fibrinogen, both blood-clotting factors, and hepa­rin, a mucopolysaccharide sulfuric acid ester that helps keep blood from clotting within the circulatory system.

The entire blood supply in one’s body passes through the liver several times a day. It produces urea, while breaking down proteins, which it synthesizes from carbon dioxide and ammonia. It is eventually excreted by the kidneys. The liver also stores critical trace elements such as iron and copper as well as vitamins A, D, and Bl2..

Liver Diseases.

Hepatitis, portal hypertension, cirrhosis, cancer, heart disease, stones in gall-bladder and diabetes can lead to serious dysfunction of the liver. Liver diseases usually set in gradually without much of clear symptoms. However, unusual tiredness, loss of appetite, tastelessness, vomiting, fever, headache, chills, stomach upsets, sticky feel on tongue, foul breath, bad body dour, itching, black traces below the eyes, internal pain on the side where the liver is located, paleness of skin and jumping pulse could be early indications. Later, jaundice or jaundice like symptoms (pale feces, dark urine and yellowness in the yes) may develop.

How to Care the Liver.

Alcoholism, habitual intake of fatty, oily foodstuff that is mostly indigestible, too hot and spicy, acidic and salty diet, contaminated food and water, toxins accumulated in the body due to food or medica­tion, being exposed to heat and the sun, holding back that which should be expelled from the body, restless­ness, continuous state of mental agitation, and nutritional deficiencies etc may cause liver diseases .

“Ayurveda has understood the liver, its working,” an Ayurvedic preparation recommended as effective remedy for jaundice, acute and chronic inflammatory liver disorders, dyspep­sia, loss of appetite, alcoholism etc, in various heptatocellular conditions. The ingredients for the premium liver supple­ment include Thespesia populnea, Elettari cardam omum, Zingiber officinalis, Glycynhiza glabra and honey.

Thespesia populnea, the main component of the formulation, has been found to be endowed with hep- atoprotective activity. He assures that by administering the ding “a balance is created in vata, pitta and kapha, stabilising the metabolism and rejuvenating the liver.” Vaidyar’s attention is fully focused on hepatitis. WHO puts the number of the infected in India at 46.5 mil­lion (one in twenty). Two million are dying eveiy year from hepatitis, wliich is many times more virulent than HIV. Moreover, the virus lies dormant for many years and carri­ers may unknowingly keep trans­ferring it to others. The virus causes jaundice, followed by cirrhosis of the liver and even liver cancer.

The  jaundice and cirrhosis have been cured with the help of about 107 herbs, liver cancer remains a big challenge. He has ample evidence to prove that Hepatitis A, B, C and E can be treated effectively. He of­fers palliative treatment for HIV infection, helping reduce the viral load to a great extent and allowing the patient to lead a normal active life. He points out that vaccination against hepatitis may have various side effects.

Hepatitis B is now passing a big threat in many areas in the country. Hepatitis B is seen with or with­out jaundice. Hepatitis B is seen in two different ways in patients: Liver en ligament with jaundice, or asymptomatic but infected in the blood,the treatment for Hepatitis B is similar to that of jaundice.

 Drakshadi kwatha, patola kadurohinyadi ka- shayam and Kamilari can offer complete cure for 80 per cent of the Hepatitis B patients. As in the case of treatment of other chronic diseases, as per Ayurvedic treatise. for Hepatitis B too, there are three stages: Sukhasadhyam – can be easily treated; krichrasadliyain – can be treated with difficulty, and asadliyam – cannot be treated. “Eighty per cent of cases fall into sukhasadyani and the remaining 20 per cent fall into krichrasadliyain and asadhyam. 

Hepatitis B is not a disease that kills suddenly. It takes 15 to 20 years to develop as cirrhosis or cancer and then the patient dies. Advanced (asadliyam) stage of Hepatitis B can be compared with Ayurveda’s kumbha kamila, alasam and lagharakam. The 20 per cent that falls into krichrasadliyain and asadliyam can be treated effectively with certain additional medicines, namely, Hepin, Elates Drops, Ab- haya lavanam and Udaramritham kwatha. Upto 15 per cent of the 20 per cent that fall in krichrasad- hyani and asadliyam can be saved. In short we can effectively treat up to 95 per cent of Hepatitis B cases.”

Timely food and medi­cine as per prescription must be strictly followed. Stick to a bland diet, like carrot, tender coconut wa­ter, orange, grapes. Use rock salt instead of common salt. Oil is to be avoided. “Even if you do not take any medication, by proper recom­mended diet control alone, the dis­ease can be cured,” he says. Medi­cation with a haphazard lifestyle will not give the desired result.

Ailments are mentioned in the scriptures with their remedies. “In fact, 15,000 herbs are mentioned in the scriptures of which 850 are used commonly.” constantly in search of new herbs. He has found herbal remedies for all types of stones, diabetes, cholesterol and even hail’ fall. “Ayuiveda restores or creates dlianna while allopath creates karma by supplying what is missing,” he says. Take the example of pancreas. Its dharma is to produce insulin. If there’s a malfunction, in allopath insulin is administered (kanna), whereas Ayurveda seeks to rejuvenate the pancreas, restoring its dharma of producing insulin.



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