“I constantly feel fatigued.” “I sleep well and yet I’m tired.” “I have a faint feeling of pressure in the upper right abdominal area.”
This or a similar experience is what people report with regard to their mostly non-specific symptoms of liver disease.
The liver is our largest detoxification organ. Furthermore, it is responsible for blood clotting as well as the production of bile and proteins. This is why many different symptoms can occur in the case of liver disease. Blood clots, however, are very unusual, which is why they can only be detected by a doctor when undergoing a blood or ultrasound examination.
The symptoms of liver disease are the same whether it is caused by alcohol, damaging medicines, genetic factors or bacteria and viruses.
What is the Vedic medicine point of view on liver disease?