Husband with Hep C and Stage 4 Cirrhosis

Posted by Diana (Boston, Massachusetts, United States) on 05/17/2011

This is to Ted from Bancock

Ted... my husband has Hep C and is in stage 4 of Chirrosis of the liver... Which should I try to treat first? And how? Please help. I have read many pages here on both issues but seems like there is conflicting reports from people having used any of these things. Then also I try to do research to find the items listed (we should be able to post where to buy these items since they are not readily available here in the USA) which makes treatment even harder here if you want to go herbally. He tried the Robovirin treatment... Had to stop a few months in from side effects.. Almost went comatose. Use to lay catotonic on the couch for days. It was horrible. It also left him with Schitzophrenia! We have been together 20 years and he never had that problem prior to treatment. If you can help.. Please give exact directions on treatments (I am trying my best but its so hard when you cannot just go buy this stuff). Money is an issue as well.. So please something affordable is needed. Please help! Thank you Ted. Love your site.

Also Did I understand you correctly? Did you say on the page someplace that you had HepC and cured yourself from it? Congratulations! I am worried I will loose my husband.. please help.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Hep C: I treated some people and one was completely cured. Two definitely feel better, but they don't want a cure because they are happy with feeling better. Most important is lysine, threonine and glutamine to help the initial recovery, which takes on the average of three days.

I have modified my remedies to include at least beta glucan. If you cannot find any of these, then concentrate on the lysine. Threonine, glutamine and vitamin C is about 1/4 teaspoon taken along with lysine. Vitamin C is ascorbic acid or sodium ascorbate. The lysine is 1/2 teaspoon. The schedule is as follows:

In the morning
7.00 am
8.00 am
9.00 am
10.00 am
Should you normally have your breakfast between these times, go ahead and take it. But there are two things you can't take: Sugar and fats.

In the evening
7.00 p.m
8.00 p.m.
9.00 p.m.
10.00 p.m.

This is continued for 3 days. After 3 days, you merely maintain the dose to just 3 times a day. If you are on budget, the just lysine will do, and perhaps some beta glucan. A few words of warning. There is a lot of disinformation regarding beta glucan. What works is it is dose dependent. Second, is it MUST be dissolved in water. Third, it works best with vitamin C and/or reservatrol. It must be in powdered form.

For cirrhosis, get selenium supplement 200 to 600 mcg. Initially you will need around 400 mcg being the average. The after awhile you might need less or not at all.

This is to get your life back. It doesn't cure in all cases. If a cure was possible, then it need vitamin C every hour for a period of time.


Replied by Jason
San Luis Obispo, Ca

Hello Ted... In earlier posts concerning Hep C, you mention the use of BHT... What have you known to be most effective -- the lysine or the BHT treatment... Can you use both?