I just wonder about this new drug from Himalaya. I know this company it´s kinda weird, and I don´t trust them at all (none of the drug companies actually), but the advertising says it "eliminates" the hbv virus, wich is very serious to affirm.
the component they use are:
anyone familiar with these herbs and their effects on hbv? I know some hbver´s had higher viral load using the Liv.52, but not this HB versionj.
I may be sort of naive but there´s still hope inside of me.
cheers to ya all
*this is not a publicity at all for any kind of drugs or companies.
this liv52 exsits since i was 18yo, it was sold in swiss pharmacies and maybe i tried it too, i dont remember too long time, one thing is certain if no studies are posted on pubmed that's absolutely useless and possibly dangerous
liv52 is the best selling drug here in india for hepatitis A and people with hep B 've also been trying even it has no effect on hbsag but little effect on hbvdna and making the himalayan company a billion dollar company in india.
so they are now trying to reach the two billion dollar club by the liv52 HB, introduced few days back. no trials. so it's kinda stupid stuff. nothing but some extract of phyllanthus.
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