1. An inflammation of the liver caused by certain viruses and
2. Certain hepatitis viruses can become chronic (long-
lasting) and can sometimes lead to liver failure and death.
3. Hepatitis C is much more likely than hepatitis B to lead
to chronic liver disease.
4. People infected with HCV can become chronic carriers of
the virus, although they may have no symptoms.
Special Note: it is estimated that there are approximately
4million HCV chronic carriers. Around 70 percent of all
HCV carriers will develop chronic liver disease,
regardless of whether they have symptoms.
5. The symptoms HCV can range from mild to severe. The most
common early symptoms are mild fever, headache, muscle
aches, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting and
6. Later symptoms may include dark coffee-coloured rather
than dark yellow urine, clay coloured stools, abdominal
pain, and yellowing of the skin and / or whites of the
7. Hepatitis C can be treated with BM Hepatitis compositum as
well as preventing dehydration, a healthy diet and
avoidance of alcoholic beverages.
8. Most patients with mild to severe hepatitis C begin to
feel better in three to four weeks and recover completely
from their symptoms within a considerable passage of time.
9. BM recommend physicians to repeat the test or may see you
regularly for a few months to test blood samples for liver
enzymes and do a follow up test again in six months.
Adult: 10-15 drops, children half of the same, 3-4 times a day in some water or as prescribed by a Homoeopathic doctor.