PHYLLANTUS AMARUS: How to use eyin olobe to cure hepatitis B

PHYLLANTUS AMARUS: How to use eyin olobe to cure hepatitis B.

PHYLLANTUS AMARUS, effective cure to Hepatitis B

CALLED Ewe eyin olobe in yoruba

Good morning to all readers of the NIGERIAN HEALTH BLOG

Please just look around your compound or surrounding this morning, you will eventually see this plant, so common but very powerful.
I post this plant most especially for hapatitis B patients. Take it and thank me later. Ewe eyin olobe has antiviral properties, reduces the stress of hepatitis b infection on the liver, and possibly totally eradicates the virus.. Phyllantus amarus is very good for liver health.

PHYLLANTUS AMARUS: How to use eyin olobe to cure hepatitis B
How to use eyin olobe to cure hepatitis B…Phyllantus Amarus leaf.

This plant is found everywhere and has been proven as nature’s blessing for the healing of our various diseases and sickness. It has been proven to contain 25 chemical properties and actions. You can find it in the road sides, gardens, cultivated areas, dwelling places e.t.c. it is about 30-60cm high with numerous oblong and feathered small green leaves. It is arranged in 2 rows with longitudinally ribbed seeds at the back.

RESEARCH FINDINGS ON ITS USEFULNESS FOR LIVER & HEPATITIS.

Research findings from India and China shows that it acts primarily on LIVER thus confirming its historical use as a remedy for JAUNDICE.

**Research has also shown that it cleared 22 out of 37 chronic HBV patients in only 30days and they were continuously tested negative for consecutively 9 months after. Children with chronic hepatitis also had their LIVER return to normal within 7 days of consumption.××

MODE of CONSUMPTION

 Infusion (hot tea)
 Decoction (boiled tea)
 Macerations (cold soaking)

EWE EYIN OLOBE PREPARATION FOR HEPATITIS B CURE

Boil one handful of the plant with 1litre of water in a pot with good fitting lid on a medium to heat for 15minutes.

NOTE:

If you can see the steam escaping or smell the aroma, that means your lid is not tight enough and valuable properties are escaping.
It can be stored in refrigerator after you might have strained the leaves and seeds out hence it goes bad after 3days.
You can boil enough quantity and keep in the fridge but it should not exceed one week

DOSAGE:

Half or one full cup to be taking 2 times daily on empty stomach for 30 days consistently. Children to take a quarter of adult dose.
After 30 days go for test again, if still any trace of hapatitis in your system continue treatment for two weeks and test again.
All traces of hapatitis B in your system will disappear completely after this treatment.

RESEARCH FINDINGS ON ITS USEFULNESS FOR KIDNEY STONE

In Brazil and Indonesia, this plant is primarily considered for the treatment of kidney stones. In 1990, it was reported that DR. Wolfram Wieman use the plant to treat over 100 kidney stone patients with 94% of them successfully cured within a week or two.

RESEARCH FINDINGS ON ITS USEFULNESS FOR OTHER DISEASE

For 100s of years, Indians have treated Asthma and Bronchitis with it. It has also been reported by researchers that it has chemical components to fight allergy and helps patients with AIDS to feel better.

In 1993, it was researched in San Marcos University that it contains antibacterial over E.coli, Klebsiella, and Pneumonia and Protus Mirabilis.

In Bahamas, it is been used mainly to treat poor/low appetite, constipation, typhoid, flu & cold.

In India, it is been used mainly to treat snake bites, diabetics, and produce intestinal analgesic and liver drugs especially Livorlin forte

In south East Asia and Caribbean, it is been used mainly to treat malaria, febrifuge, syphilis and blood purification.

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CAVEAT: The efficacy of phyllantus amarus (ewe eyin olobe) in the treatment of the deadly hepatitis b virus is still been researched…if you have hepatitis B, it is better you go and see a doctor.

Culled from Roots and herbs the beauty of nature

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