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Jaundice Treatment | Learn How To Treat Jaundice

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Natural Jaundice Treatment in Nigeria
Jaundice is often characterized by yellowish and greenish pigmentation of the skin as well as yellowish coloration of the eye. The major reason for jaundice is the high concentration of bilirubin in the body. It can also be as result of inflamed liver or bile duct. In some jaundice cases, the body fluids may become yellowish.

Natural Remedy Lab use this post to explore the most effective herbs used as Natural Jaundice Treatment in Nigeria.

Symptoms of Jaundice

  • Yellowish skin & eye
  • Darkness of urine
  • Pale stools
  • Fever
  • Abdominal pain
  • Body weakness

Natural Jaundice Treatment in Nigeria
Here is Natural Remedy Lab’s Natural Jaundice Treatment you can easily try at home.

Jaundice treatment
             Herbs used as jaundice treatment

Bitter Melon Therapy as Natural Jaundice Treatment
Recipe:

Momordica charantia (Bitter melon) / Yoruba (Erinje were)

Solvent: Water / Gin
Dosage: 100-200 ml 3 times daily
Application: Oral
This plant boost the immune system at the same time purifies the liver & blood. You can make a decoction with water or tincture with water or gin and to be taken regularly.

Yellow Mombin Therapy as Natural Jaundice Treatment
Recipe:

Spondias mombin (Yellow mombin) / Yoruba (Iyeye)

Solvent: Water / Gin
Dosage: 100-200 ml 3 times daily
Application: Oral
Take the bark of the yellow mombin and make a decoction with water or tincture with water or gin. If taken orally, it will definitely improve your recovery process from jaundice.

Herbal II Therapy as Natural Jaundice Treatment
Recipe:

Anacardium occidentale (Cashew leaves)
Mangifera indica (Mango leaves)

Solvent: Water
Dosage: 200 ml twice daily
Gently wash the leaves and boil in water for at least 15 minutes. Drink from decoction regularly. Other herbs you can also use in treating jaundice include: alligator pepper, tea leaves, neem root + bark, lime leaves + fruit, bitter leaf, Ethiopian pepper, stool wood, African mahogany (stem bark), cassava leaves, maize flower and pawpaw leaves.

Note:
Do not give herbs to infants without seeking medical advice from your medical doctor. You can combine two or more of the above herbs together for best result.

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The information on this post is meant for information purpose only. It is never an alternative to doctor’s advice. Seek your doctor’s consent before using any herb. Visit our DISCLAIMER PAGE for more.

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