Liver Disorders

hepatitis, jaundice

Liver disorders refer to a variety of conditions that affect the liver, a vital organ responsible for performing numerous functions essential for maintaining overall health. The liver is located in the upper right side of the abdomen and plays a central role in processes such as digestion, metabolism, detoxification, and the synthesis of essential proteins. Liver disorders can range from mild and reversible conditions to severe and potentially life-threatening diseases.

Introduction to Liver Functions:

The liver is a multitasking organ with diverse functions, including:

1. Metabolism:

– The liver is involved in the metabolism of nutrients, including carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. It plays a crucial role in maintaining blood sugar levels, storing and releasing energy, and synthesizing important molecules.

2. Detoxification:

– The liver helps detoxify the blood by processing and removing toxins and waste products, including drugs and alcohol.

3. Synthesis of Proteins:

– The liver produces proteins essential for blood clotting, immune function, and maintaining fluid balance within the body.

4. Storage of Nutrients:

– The liver stores essential nutrients such as vitamins and minerals and releases them into the bloodstream when needed.

5. Bile Production:

– The liver produces bile, a substance that aids in the digestion and absorption of fats in the small intestine.

Here we will discuss some liver disorders in detail through Ayurvedic perception and its management. 


Elevated bilirubin. Patient's eye, nails look yellowish in color.

Gall Bladder Stone

Hard stone formation in gall bladder. It may lead to abdominal pain, discomfort and gases with indigestion.

Liver Cirrhosis, Fatty Liver

Alcoholic Liver Damage, Liver Cirrhosis and Fatty Liver can be cured by Ayurveda.


Any type of Hepatitis can be cured by Ayurveda,