Good ole' bloodroot. Won't cure ya, but it certainly can't hurt if you know what your doing!
Parasitic infestations can be helped. As for curing HCV infection? Even with the use of Interferon based therapies, the word "cure" in the medical field means the virus is sustained. Bloodroot won't sustain the virus in about 90% of those with HCV since most who have HCV infection have had the chronic disease for a decade or more. Too many quasispecies to battle. Taking more than the reccomended daily allowance of bloodroot can be damaging and dangerous, so please take caution and discuss this with your doctor.
Bloodroot is toxic to animals (this includes humans). This is not an herb to play around with. It is mostly used to combat warts or other skin conditions like skin tags. Not to be used as a topical unless directed by an authentic Doctor of Medicine. (Yes, there are a few out there, such as myself)