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Inflammation of the liver is known as 'hepatitis' in medical language. There are two important types of hepatitis. These are commonly called hepatitis 'A' and hepatitis 'B'. Each is caused by different viruses.

Hepatitis 'A'

This is milder than 'B' type of hepatitis. It is more infectious and occurs more commonly.


Hepatitis 'A' is usually transmitted through unhygienic or contaminated food or water.

Signs & Symptoms

The initial signs are fever and headache, followed by nauseating sensation, vomiting and discomfort over the region of liver, which lies under the ribs in the upper right-hand side of the abdomen.

After three or four days of the above stated signs and symptoms, jaundice will appear and gradually worsen over a week.

The affected person's urine may be dark-brown in colour. Generalised itching over the body may also occur in some. Recovery takes place in the next one or two weeks time.

Herbal Medicines
  1. Take pure turmeric powder, add 10gms of this powder to 50gms of pure yoghurt and mix well, and divide into equal parts. Drink 1 part in the morning and another in the evening for 15 days. This simple home remedy works well in many instances.
  2. Sugarcane should be sucked three or four times a day. It nourishes the body and works as a diuretic thereby clearing the urine.

Ayurvedic Remedies are same as in the case of jaundice.

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