How to Take Care of Your Liver and 3 Testimonies on Hepatitis

Sunday 31 December 2023

Your liver is the largest internal organ in your body and performs thousands of functions to keep you going. These are some of the Signals you will notice when your liver starts crying for help:

- Dark spots on your face.

- Yellowing of the white of eyes (jaundice).

- Ascites (water retention in belly area).

- First pee in the morning is brownish in colour.

- Fingernails or toenails look dull, change colour, thicken, become brittle, have uneven surface or become loose.

- Feel thirsty and have bad breath. From the TCM (traditional Chinese medicine point of view), this is due to Liver Qi not smooth, caused by stasis / stagnation. The accumulation of foul-smelling toxins in the body tends to give the breath a musty and foul odour.

How to Protect Liver Functions?

1. Lifestyle - have sufficient sleep, do regular exercise, relax your mind and reduce stress.

2. Maintain healthy weight. Obesity can cause the liver to work harder, increasing the risk of fatty liver.

3. Avoid unnecessary blood transfusion, injection, ear piercings, tattoos and sharing of toothbrush and shaver with others.

4. Avoid contact with blood-contaminated equipment or sharing cutleries to reduce the risk of contracting hepatitis B and C as these virus are spread via blood and body fluids.

5. Balanced diet. For a speedier weight loss, eat only low-sugar, high protein and low carb food. Unbalanced diet increases burden on the liver.

6. Food hygiene. Don't drink unboiled water or eat raw seafood as seashells can cause hepatitis A infections.

7. Avoid overeating, alcohol, smoking and processed food.

8. Three acupuncture points for nourishing the liver:

a) Tai chong point (indentation between 1st and 2nd toes).

b) Da dun point (inner part of big toe).

c) San yin jiao point (4 fingers above knob at inner ankle).


These 3 testimonies are extracted from "Healthy Ganoderma" Magazine issue 88, which is a quarterly publication by the Microbiological Research Foundation of Taiwan.

Case 1

Mr Shi Mingde is a hepatitis B carrier. He first detected a benign growth in his liver in year 2000, when he was donating blood. He had a relapse in liver cancer in 2006 and then in 2012. When he came to know about Lingzhi in 2012, he started consuming 9 sachets a day. He did not experience any healing reactions during this period. His liver function index became normal. When he was 78 years old, he could even go for a 34-day tour of 6 countries.

Case 2

In 2011, Mr Chen Yingsheng experienced these symptoms: edema of the feet, gets tired easily, ascites in belly, eyes are a little yellowish, feels drowsy but poor sleep quality and dizziness after waking up. His GPT and GOT readings are normal, but his liver heparin is high at 4.1 mg/dL (normal 0-1.3 mg/dL), and AFP (tumour marker) is very high 170 ng/mL (normal reading for Asians <20 ng/mL). Doctor informed him there is no medicine that can cure him. As his sister-in-law took Lingzhi for her liver problem, he followed suit. 3 months later, his AFP value became normal.

In 2015, he had a recurrence of fulminant hepatitis. The doctor advised that liver transplant is the only way. He started consuming high dose of Lingzhi. After 10 over days, his condition improved. He continued taking Lingzhi until to-date. He didn't need to undergo liver transplant. His blood pressure and blood lipids are normal.

Case 3

Mr Pan Xinhong is a hepatitis B carrier and has hereditary low platelet count. In April 2008, he suffered from severe sepsis caused by acute hepatitis which requires liver transplant. Just overnight, his liver bulged out, he had very severe ascites and his limbs were showing edema. He cannot eat nor urinate. While waiting for liver transplant, he consumed high dose of Lingzhi and Pollen. 8 months later, his liver function improved to a level that resulted in him not being eligible for health insurance if were to undergo liver transplant operation. It would cost him NTD2 million if he proceeded on his own.

in 2014, he was readmitted to hospital for 12 days due to complications arising from liver cirrhosis. The diagnosis states that he has cirrhosis with variceal bleeding, ulcerative colitis, gastrointestinal bleeding and urinary tract infection. He consumed high dose of Lingzhi and Pollen. He improved his daily routine. He also took Jia Hor Protein, Jia Hor Fiber and CEO Coffee. He took more veges and reduced red meat. He stopped working night shift. His liver functions has returned to normal, and his platelet index has also improved.

(Source: SH seminar 23/4/2022)

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