How to Use Papaya as an Herbal Therapy fo Dengue Fever

Dengue fever, also known as break-bone fever, occurs in wet, tropical conditions. This virus is carried by the Aedes aegypti mosquito that can easily increase in numbers. Papaya may give shot-term, comfort care for dengue. Remember that dengue disease develops into the life-threatening dengue hemorrhagic fever, or into dengue shock syndrome, either of which can be fatal.

Steps

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    Get bunches of papaya leaves. Papaya leaf extract helps to normalize clotting and repair liver damage caused by dengue.
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    Take papaya leaf juice at the early stages of dengue, before the disease damages vital organs.
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    Grow your papaya plant to majority of 6 weeks. This way you will have enough leaves for your patient.
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    Cut the papaya leaves gently and wash them to remove impurities.
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    Put the leaves in a grinder and start grinding them for 10-12 seconds.
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    Put the material that has been produced into a piece of a cloth.
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    Put your hands right above a glass and squeeze the material. You will see drops of juice falling in the container below.
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    Give this juice to your patient.

Tips

  • Papaya plants can be brought from nurseries rather than being grown by yourself.

Warnings

  • Dengue can be deadly if not taken extremely seriously.
  • This method is an herbal therapy and not a cure. One must seek professional higher medical care as soon as possible.

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Categories: Insect Borne Diseases