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Ayurvedic Herbo-Mineral Approach in Management of Hepatitis ( Kamala )

  title={Ayurvedic Herbo-Mineral Approach in Management of Hepatitis ( Kamala )},
  author={Nambuhewagw Dhammika Namal Jayawardhane and S. Tiwari}
Inflammation of the liver (Hepatitis) can be traced to many different causes, including viral infectio ns, alcohol, fat accumulation in the liver, an incorrectly functioni ng immune system, exposure to chemicals and other t oxins, and certain drugs. Most of those Asian countries that c onsider Hepatitis is an urgent public health issue, and have a national strategy in place. Awareness of all those concerned is essential for effective control measur es as therapies are expensive with moderate… Expand
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