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  1. photo How To Throw Out Gallstones Through The Rectum With This Chinese TherapyHow To Throw Out Gallstones Through The Rectum With This Chinese TherapyTreatment
    to jaundice and even cancer. “Cancer is never the first illness that occurs,” says Dr. Lai, stating that, usually, there are a lot of other problems that lead to cancer. According to his research, usuallyRead more
  2. photo SAMe promove a saúde do fígado, podendo combater o câncer!SAMe promove a saúde do fígado, podendo combater o câncer!Article
    Hepatol. 2000;32(1 Suppl):113-28. 10. Tsai SM, Lee KT, Tsai LY. Effects of S- adenosyl-L-methionine on liver damage in experimental obstructive jaundice. Kaohsiung J Med Sci. 2001 Sep;17(9):455-60. 11Read more
  3. Carrot JuiceRecipe
    enhances baby's complexion while reducing the risk of jaundice. Carrot's purifying qualities also enhance the quality of the breast milk for nursing mothers. Blood & Liver Tonic The blood purifyingRead more
  4. photo Dandelions aren't just weeds in the yard - Discover how dandelions protect against diabetes, cancer, liver disease, and kidney stonesDandelions aren't just weeds in the yard - Discover how dandelions protect against diabetes, cancer, liver disease, and kidney stonesNews
    the liverDandelion tea supports the liver in its production of bile, reducing inflammation, jaundice, hepatitis and gall bladder disease, according to Columbia University.Effects on blood sugar and diabetesDandelionRead more
  5. photo Neem oil - 10 best usesNeem oil - 10 best usesNews
    of jaundice.9. Warts, cold sores and herpes: A paste of neem powder can be applied to warts and herpes and other viral issues.10. Cancer treatment: Neem has been known to reduce the size of tumors when neemRead more
  6. photo Agrimony protects the liver, fights inflammation, lowers blood sugar and can inhibit tumorsAgrimony protects the liver, fights inflammation, lowers blood sugar and can inhibit tumorsNews
    accumulated a long history of being used to treat a wide array of illnesses. The Greeks recommended using it in order to strengthen the liver and cure ailments such as jaundice. By the 17th century, herbalistsRead more
  7. photo Your liver needs help in today's toxic world: use this proven herbYour liver needs help in today's toxic world: use this proven herbNews
    percent.• Nicholas Culpeper, a well-known pharmacist in the 17th century, recommended the herb for treating jaundice.• Significantly, research suggests that milk thistle extracts could, whenRead more
  8. photo Radishes - their health benefits may surprise youRadishes - their health benefits may surprise youNews
    , the cardiovascular system, and the immune system. They purify the blood and eliminate waste, detoxify the body, and are an anti-congestive. They are used to treat and prevent cancer, jaundice, constipation, urinaryRead more
  9. photo Use bitter herbs for optimal digestion and detoxificationUse bitter herbs for optimal digestion and detoxificationNews
    and inflammation, and treat jaundice, edema, gout, eczema and acne (2).Parsley:Parsley is super rich in chlorophyll and also contains about three times the amount of vitamin C by volume as an orange. Vitamin CRead more
  10. photo Study: more people have liver cirrhosis than previously thoughtStudy: more people have liver cirrhosis than previously thoughtNews
    )Recognizing the symptoms and changing eating habits beneficial to health According to the Mayo Clinic, fatigue, appetite loss, leg swelling, jaundice, and bruising easily are some of the many symptoms that oneRead more

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Jaundice

Disease

Jaundice (also called icterus) is when the skin and the whites of the eyes become a yellow color. People with jaundice have a problem with their liver, which stops it from removing dead red blood cells properly. These blood cells contain a chemical called bilirubin. Bilirubin causes the yellow coloring of the skin. Jaundice is common in newly born babies. It usually starts the second day after...More