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Hepatic cancer is a severe illness, and the situation is made worse by the lack of specific treatment options. The current treatments for liver diseases are ineffective, and their long-term use is hampered by systemic toxicity. Since the toxicity factor tends to be on the lower side, medicinal plants have been used to treat liver diseases for decades. Several phytochemicals have been discovered to have major hepatoprotective activity while having limited systemic side effects, which can restrict their long-term use. The scenario necessitates comprehensive research that could contribute to the creation of lead molecules for potential hepatoprotective molecules. This review presents the recent advancements concerning herbal medicine and its use in the treatment of hepatic cancer.