As the largest internal organ, the liver fulfills a wide variety of tasks such as blood clotting, production of bile and proteins. In addition, it is the most important detoxification organ in the human body, is a storage and excretion organ, is a control organ and supports the immune system. Liver problems often become noticeable with a yellow discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes and with stabbing pains in the upper right abdomen, which can radiate into the shoulder.
Homeopathic remedies work gently and without side effects for liver problems. They can support the treatment alongside medical therapy.
Which homeopathic remedies help?
Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for liver problems that best suits your situation.
Accompanying in liver cirrhosis and hepatomegaly (liver enlargement)
Chronic liver problems in alcoholics.
In chronic liver inflammation
Swollen liver with a feeling of tension in the upper right abdomen. Chronic hepatitis.
Accompanying chronic hepatitis and other liver diseases that contribute to blood formation disorders.
Chronic liver infections with enlargement of the liver and stabbing pains in the upper right abdomen.
Discomfort in the upper right abdomen
If there is a strong feeling of pressure and pain in the upper right abdomen, which radiates to the right shoulder blade. The tongue shows a yellow coating and is bloated. Bloating occurs.
Enlargement of the liver or spleen with fever. Patients suffer from bloating and edema.
Stitching pains and feeling of pressure in the liver.
Helps with detoxification after excessive alcohol consumption or drug abuse, can also be taken preventively in the case of liver-damaging drug therapies. For cirrhosis of the liver and other disorders caused by a pathological change in the liver (fatty liver, jaundice, chronic dry skin itching).
The liver is enlarged and painful. These radiate to the shoulders and hips. Patients have a fever and yellowing of the skin and mucous membranes (jaundice).
Enlarged liver with constipation and jaundice. Difficulty passing stools with yellow or clay-colored, soft stools. The tongue is thickly coated with yellow. The patients have no appetite. Tenderness in the liver area.
Itching in diseases of the liver. Yellowing of the skin and mucous membranes and light, sandy-colored stools.
Causes of Liver Problems
Liver diseases can have various causes:
- Excessive consumption of alcohol
- Infection with viruses
- autoimmune reactions
- fatty liver
- liver cirrhosis
- metabolic diseases
Symptoms of liver problems
- Excessive tiredness
- pain in the upper right abdomen
- loss of appetite
- Dropsy (ascites)
- Varicose veins in the esophagus
- Yellowing of the skin and mucous membranes
- menstrual disorders
- erectile dysfunction
Further tips and information on treatment
A light diet and avoiding animal fats help to prevent liver problems or relieve pain. In addition, exposure to alcohol and medication should be avoided. Vaccination, homeopathic remedies and vitamin supplements can also help.