A reader's daughter has contracted Hepatitis A while living in Kenya. Can anyone suggest alternative treatment possibilities (apart from rest and water)? What is good for long-term rehabilitation? Apparently milk thistle tablets are, as they're beneficial for liver support/detox. Vitamin C (especially black elderberry, which fights viruses) and sublingual B12 should shorten the duration of the illness. A general B-complex vitamin and folic acid are also advised. Garlic is another valuable virus-fighter, so work that into the diet or regimen. Build up your immune system and send that Hep A packing! And for a far less conventional treatment option, one reader proposes ozone therapy - he says it normalised his wife's viral count. It involves mixing two ounces of blood with ozone. He read about it in John Gray's new book: "The Mars and Venus Diet and Exercise Solutions."