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Jaundice:

  • Jaundice, also known as icterus, is a term used to describe a yellowish tinge to the skin and sclerae that is caused by hyperbilirubinemia. Body fluids may also be yellow. The color of the skin and sclerae varies depending on levels of bilirubin; mildly elevated levels display yellow skin and sclerae, while highly elevated levels display brown.

Causes:

  • Jaundice most often occurs as a result of an underlying disorder that either causes tissues to become over-saturated with bilirubin or prevents the liver from disposing of bilirubin. Jaundice is caused by a build-up of bilirubin in the blood and body tissue. That build-up is often due to conditions affecting the liver, such as cirrhosis, hepatitis or gallstones.

Symptoms:

  1. Dark Urine
  2. Skin Discoloration
  3. Yellow color inside the mouth
  4. Dark or brown-colored urine
  5. Pale or clay-colored stools

Diagnosis:

  • The health care pracitioner will need to take a detailed history of the patient’s illness, and he or she will also be examined to see if there are any findings that indicate the cause of the patient’s jaundice. However, additional testing is usually required to clearly determine the underlying cause of jaundice. The following tests and imaging studies may be obtained: Blood tests, Urinalysis.

Ingredients:

  1. Papaya leaf
  2. Honey

Natural Remedies:

  • Add one tablespoon of honey to one teaspoon of papaya leaves paste. Eat this regularly for about one or two weeks. This is a very effective home cure for jaundice.
  • Another effective remedy would be to mash a banana and add to it a tablespoon of honey. Have this mixture two times a day. This is a very effective home cure for jaundice.
  • If jaundice, grind the leaves of papaya, and take the honey in a small pellet size to mix well.
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Jaundice is not a disease but rather a sign that can occur in many different diseases. Jaundice is the yellowish staining of the skin and sclerae (the whites of the eyes) that is caused by high levels in blood of the chemical bilirubin.

Causes:

Jaundice may be caused by several different disease processes. It is helpful to understand the different causes of jaundice by identifying the problems that disrupt the normal bilirubin metabolism and/or excretion.

Pre-hepatic (before bile is made in the liver)

Jaundice in these cases is caused by rapid increase in the breakdown and destruction of the red blood cells (hemolysis), overwhelming the liver’s ability to adequately remove the increased levels of bilirubin from the blood.

Examples of conditions with increased breakdown of red blood cells include:

  • Malaria,
  • Sickle cell crisis,
  • Spherocytosis,
  • Thalassemia,
  • Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (G6PD),
  • Drugs or other toxins, and
  • Autoimmune disorders.

Symptoms:

  • Yellow coloration of the eyes, skin, tongue and urine.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Dull pain in the liver region.
  • Nausea, severe constipation, extreme weakness.
  • Fever, headache and undue fatigue.

Diagnosis:

Treatment depends on the cause of the underlying condition leading to jaundice and any potential complications related to it. Once a diagnosis is made, treatment can then be directed to address that particular condition, and it may or may not require hospitalization.

  • Treatment may consist of expectant management (watchful waiting) at home with rest.
  • Medical treatment with intravenous fluids, medications, antibiotics, or blood transfusions may be required.
  • If a drug/toxin is the cause, these must be discontinued.
  • In certain cases of newborn jaundice, exposing the baby to special colored lights (phototherapy) or exchange blood transfusions may be required to decrease elevated bilirubin levels.
  • Surgical treatment may be required.

Ingredients:

  1. Bael tree leaves.
  2. Pepper.

Natural Remedies: 

  • Bael leaves are an important constituent of a number of anti-diabetic medicines. Its leaf extract has been used in ayurveda as a medicine for diabetes. It enhances the ability to utilise the external glucose load in the body by stimulation of glucose uptake similar to insulin. Juice of leaves is also employed as an antidiabetic drug in the Unani system of medicine. Favourable effects of the bael leaf extract have been reported for various cardiac disorders and palpitation. Its leaves and bark act as a sink for dust and poisonous gases. It has the fragrance effect also which deodorises the bad odour of the air.

Bael tree leaves have a capacity to reduce the jaundice affect in our body, so if you take some bael tree leaves, clean and make juice it. Mix some pepper powder. Drink it. And also drink sugarcane juice with this twice a day.

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Jaundice is not a disease but rather a sign that can occur in many different diseases. Jaundice is the yellowish staining of the skin and sclerae (the whites of the eyes) that is caused by high levels in blood of the chemical bilirubin.

Causes:

Jaundice may be caused by several different disease processes. It is helpful to understand the different causes of jaundice by identifying the problems that disrupt the normal bilirubin metabolism and/or excretion.

Pre-hepatic (before bile is made in the liver)

Jaundice in these cases is caused by rapid increase in the breakdown and destruction of the red blood cells (hemolysis), overwhelming the liver’s ability to adequately remove the increased levels of bilirubin from the blood.

Examples of conditions with increased breakdown of red blood cells include:

  • Malaria,
  • Sickle cell crisis,
  • Spherocytosis,
  • Thalassemia,
  • Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (G6PD),
  • Drugs or other toxins, and
  • Autoimmune disorders.

Symptoms:

  • Yellow coloration of the eyes, skin, tongue and urine.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Dull pain in the liver region.
  • Nausea, severe constipation, extreme weakness.
  • Fever, headache and undue fatigue.

Diagnosis:

Treatment depends on the cause of the underlying condition leading to jaundice and any potential complications related to it. Once a diagnosis is made, treatment can then be directed to address that particular condition, and it may or may not require hospitalization.

  • Treatment may consist of expectant management (watchful waiting) at home with rest.
  • Medical treatment with intravenous fluids, medications, antibiotics, or blood transfusions may be required.
  • If a drug/toxin is the cause, these must be discontinued.
  • In certain cases of newborn jaundice, exposing the baby to special colored lights (phototherapy) or exchange blood transfusions may be required to decrease elevated bilirubin levels.
  • Surgical treatment may be required.

Ingredients:

  1. Phyllanthus niruri leaves.
  2. Goat milk

Natural Remedies: 

  • The scientists across the world have been attracted towards the anti- viral properties of Phyllanthus niruri. The extract of the plant has been found to cure even acute inflammation of liver. As such it is justified that the extract of this plant can cure Hepatitis caused by viruses of Hepatitis A, and Hepatitis B. The extract of this plant has been found to be clinically effective in the Viral Hepatitis B along current parameters.

Take some phyllanthus niruri mature leaves, clean and grind it. Mix with goat milk. Then drink it in empty stomach. If you drink it continuously 10 or 15 days in morning, will be reduce jaundice problem.

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Jaundice is not a disease but rather a sign that can occur in many different diseases. Jaundice is the yellowish staining of the skin and sclerae (the whites of the eyes) that is caused by high levels in blood of the chemical bilirubin.

Causes:

Jaundice may be caused by several different disease processes. It is helpful to understand the different causes of jaundice by identifying the problems that disrupt the normal bilirubin metabolism and/or excretion.

Pre-hepatic (before bile is made in the liver)

Jaundice in these cases is caused by rapid increase in the breakdown and destruction of the red blood cells (hemolysis), overwhelming the liver’s ability to adequately remove the increased levels of bilirubin from the blood.

Examples of conditions with increased breakdown of red blood cells include:

  • Malaria,
  • Sickle cell crisis,
  • Spherocytosis,
  • Thalassemia,
  • Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (G6PD),
  • Drugs or other toxins, and
  • Autoimmune disorders.

Symptoms:

  • Yellow coloration of the eyes, skin, tongue and urine.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Dull pain in the liver region.
  • Nausea, severe constipation, extreme weakness.
  • Fever, headache and undue fatigue.

Diagnosis:

Treatment depends on the cause of the underlying condition leading to jaundice and any potential complications related to it. Once a diagnosis is made, treatment can then be directed to address that particular condition, and it may or may not require hospitalization.

  • Treatment may consist of expectant management (watchful waiting) at home with rest.
  • Medical treatment with intravenous fluids, medications, antibiotics, or blood transfusions may be required.
  • If a drug/toxin is the cause, these must be discontinued.
  • In certain cases of newborn jaundice, exposing the baby to special colored lights (phototherapy) or exchange blood transfusions may be required to decrease elevated bilirubin levels.
  • Surgical treatment may be required.

Ingredients:

  1. Curly dock leaves.
  2. Cumin.
  3. Small onion.
  4. Lemon juice.

Natural Remedies: 

  • Curly dock: It is astringent, bitter, diuretic, strong laxative, and contains tannins, anthraquinone glycosides; potassium oxalates.

Curly dock leaves have a capacity to reduce jaundice, so if you take some curly dock leaves, clean it. Add 1 spoon of cumin and 2 small onion and lemon juice. Grind it. Then eat it in early morning.

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Jaundice is not a disease but rather a sign that can occur in many different diseases. Jaundice is the yellowish staining of the skin and sclerae (the whites of the eyes) that is caused by high levels in blood of the chemical bilirubin.

Causes:

Jaundice may be caused by several different disease processes. It is helpful to understand the different causes of jaundice by identifying the problems that disrupt the normal bilirubin metabolism and/or excretion.

Pre-hepatic (before bile is made in the liver)

Jaundice in these cases is caused by rapid increase in the breakdown and destruction of the red blood cells (hemolysis), overwhelming the liver’s ability to adequately remove the increased levels of bilirubin from the blood.

Examples of conditions with increased breakdown of red blood cells include:

  • Malaria,
  • Sickle cell crisis,
  • Spherocytosis,
  • Thalassemia,
  • Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (G6PD),
  • Drugs or other toxins, and
  • Autoimmune disorders.

Symptoms:

  • Yellow coloration of the eyes, skin, tongue and urine.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Dull pain in the liver region.
  • Nausea, severe constipation, extreme weakness.
  • Fever, headache and undue fatigue.

Diagnosis:

Treatment depends on the cause of the underlying condition leading to jaundice and any potential complications related to it. Once a diagnosis is made, treatment can then be directed to address that particular condition, and it may or may not require hospitalization.

  • Treatment may consist of expectant management (watchful waiting) at home with rest.
  • Medical treatment with intravenous fluids, medications, antibiotics, or blood transfusions may be required.
  • If a drug/toxin is the cause, these must be discontinued.
  • In certain cases of newborn jaundice, exposing the baby to special colored lights (phototherapy) or exchange blood transfusions may be required to decrease elevated bilirubin levels.
  • Surgical treatment may be required.

Ingredients:

  1. Portia Tree leaves.
  2. Pepper.
  3. Butter milk.

Natural Remedies: 

  • Thespesia populnea: The leaves are wrapped around food before cooking to add flavour, and the flowers are edible. The bark and sap-wood are infused in water and poured over wounds as an antiseptic. Occurs in subtropical and tropical coastal regions of Australia, and worldwide.

Take some Portia tree immature leaves, add 6 nos of pepper. Grind it. Then take 2 or 3 grams, mix with buttermilk and drink it 3times per a day.

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Jaundice is not a disease but rather a sign that can occur in many different diseases. Jaundice is the yellowish staining of the skin and sclerae (the whites of the eyes) that is caused by high levels in blood of the chemical bilirubin.

Causes:

Jaundice may be caused by several different disease processes. It is helpful to understand the different causes of jaundice by identifying the problems that disrupt the normal bilirubin metabolism and/or excretion.

Pre-hepatic (before bile is made in the liver)

Jaundice in these cases is caused by rapid increase in the breakdown and destruction of the red blood cells (hemolysis), overwhelming the liver’s ability to adequately remove the increased levels of bilirubin from the blood.

Examples of conditions with increased breakdown of red blood cells include:

  • Malaria,
  • Sickle cell crisis,
  • Spherocytosis,
  • Thalassemia,
  • Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (G6PD),
  • Drugs or other toxins, and
  • Autoimmune disorders.

Symptoms:

  • Yellow coloration of the eyes, skin, tongue and urine.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Dull pain in the liver region.
  • Nausea, severe constipation, extreme weakness.
  • Fever, headache and undue fatigue.

Diagnosis:

Treatment depends on the cause of the underlying condition leading to jaundice and any potential complications related to it. Once a diagnosis is made, treatment can then be directed to address that particular condition, and it may or may not require hospitalization.

  • Treatment may consist of expectant management (watchful waiting) at home with rest.
  • Medical treatment with intravenous fluids, medications, antibiotics, or blood transfusions may be required.
  • If a drug/toxin is the cause, these must be discontinued.
  • In certain cases of newborn jaundice, exposing the baby to special colored lights (phototherapy) or exchange blood transfusions may be required to decrease elevated bilirubin levels.
  • Surgical treatment may be required.

Ingredients:

  1. Phyllanthus niruri leaves.
  2. Cassia sophera leaves.

Natural Remedies: Cassia sophera

  • The scientists across the world have been attracted towards the anti- viral properties of Phyllanthus niruri. The extract of the plant has been found to cure even acute inflammation of liver. As such it is justified that the extract of this plant can cure Hepatitis caused by viruses of Hepatitis A, and Hepatitis B. The extract of this plant has been found to be clinically effective in the Viral Hepatitis B along current parameters.

Take same quantity of cassia sophera leaves and phyllanthus niruri leaves, clean and grind it well. Then twice a day eat it after that drink a hot water.

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