Cirrhosis is the 12th leading cause of death in the United States due to the use of alcohol. The liver works as a chemical factory of the body. It has important tasks like regulating blood glucose levels and converting lipid, sucrose and protein to each other. Diseases like Hepatitis and more importantly the excessive use of alcohol may destroy the structure of the liver and its cells. With the destruction of cells in the liver, it begins to shrink and fail to fulfill its duties. After a certain point, recovery of this organ could be impossible. Even if cells regenerate, that regeneration would not be in order and it would be extreme.
In the first phase of this disease, you can see symptoms like fatigue, getting tired quickly, lack of appetite, jaundice, itching and nausea. These symptoms are not only seen in cirrhosis but also may stem from other diseases. Symptoms in advanced stages of the disease are more distinctive like abnormal weight loss, hair loss of body due to hormonal changes and blood vessels can be seen in the neck and in the back due to vasodilation.
If you have hypertension, stay away from celeriac. There is no specific cure for this disease in modern medicine. Lack of natural foods causes fatty liver and in an advanced stage, it transforms into a fibrosis-like filamentous pattern and lastly it transform into cirrhosis.
- 2 cups celeriac, raw and sliced
- 2 cups water
Wash the celeriac with cold water completely, you must not peel it off so be sure you wash it properly. After washing it, slice it into small pieces.
Add 2 cups water into a large pot and boil over medium heat; after boiling, lower the heat and add celeries. Continue boiling for 10 minutes.
You should drink celeriac juice and eat celeriac you boiled as well. Continue this cure for 3 months and use 3 times a week, 30 minutes before lunch or dinner. Also after 3 months, you must drink Lycopodium Clavatum tea for a month. Boil 1 teaspoon Lycopodium Clavatum within a cup of water for 5 minutes. You must drink this tea before going bed and continue drinking for a month.