BHT Treatment This is the treatment that has proven itself as effective for viral hepatitis, including hepatitis C and hepatitis B: Also there are very many BHT stories here in the Earth Clinic`s Archives here: at the ailments tab under hepatitis C and B here at the EARTH CLINIC. As Mike [ twodragunns ] and so many others have reported right here in this forum and elsewhere: I just had a blood test (5 vials taken) and they're measuring my viral load as well as all the other measures they do.Please do not screw this effective treatment up by mixing it with other treatments and or supplements NOT on my short list of supplements. I will post the results in late June after I see my MD and get the results.To all the na sayers and crap talkers that give Oscar a hard time about the validity of this treatment, "get a life and stop with the B. Posts that are accusing Oscar of spreading false information about this very effective treatment".I can tell it's working Oscar because all my symptoms disappeared and it's been 4 months now and I feel great!!The limit of detection (LOD) and lower limit of quantification (LLOQ) for this assay is 15 IU/m L.
But I really have nothing to add to all this and am no longer willing to answer questions I have already answered time and time again....--------- I have devoted the last 16 years of my life to: The use of BHT [ butylated hydroxytoluene ] as a treatment for hepatitis C [ in all of it`s variants ] and hepatitis B also.This is the treatment, based on many years of feedback from those people who have tried this BHT treatment.Does anyone know anything about vit e and hepatitis?
Thanks Hep C ok I am new but the results are HCV RNA, Quantitative Real time PCR 3850000 also AST 79 Alt 119 I would like to know if anyone has had theirs this high or has it has been higher. thanks Hello every one, I just wanted to let you know I have had HEP C for about 20 years now and I think it was getting the better of me tell I found about BHT.: HCV RT-PCR, Quant (Graph) Hepatitis C Quantitation 761,240 IU/m L 03 HCV log10 5.882 log10 IU/m L What that means is the Doctor used me because the very first test showed my viral load was 761,240 IU/m L 03 which actually meant I had no HEPC in the first place. I ultimately found out that under 800,000 IU/ml is UNdetectable.