According to Indian researchers, dengue fever can be cured with papaya leaf juice.
Here is the description of the preparation, which is quite simple to make and many testimonies of people healed by this remedy.
Dengue fever in Thailand
In recent years, dengue fever has wreaked havoc in Thailand.
According to the Bureau of Epidemics of the Ministry of Health, the number of people affected by dengue fever in 2016 was increasing sharply with 54,000 cases, including 51 deaths.
Dengue fever affected all 77 Thai provinces, with a record rate of contamination in Mae Hong Song (388 / 100,000 inhabitants), Chiang Mai, Songkla, Pattalung, and Pattani.
Reminder: Dengue fever, also known as “tropical flu,” is a viral disease transmitted to humans by mosquitoes of the genus Aedes.
WHO estimates that there are 50 million annual cases worldwide, including 500,000 people affected by dengue hemorrhagic fever, which is fatal in more than 20% of cases.
But we are now learning that there is a treatment that was known in traditional medicine in some countries and has been rediscovered in India and then tested by medical experts.
This remedy is papaya leaf juice!
Papaya leaf: a natural and effective solution to treat dengue fever
Recently, tests with papaya leaf juice have been carried out in India on patients affected by dengue fever, and a significant increase in platelets was observed within 24 hours, followed by a considerable improvement in the health status of these patients.
The same researchers have discovered that papaya leaves have potent properties that help fight malaria and cancer.
Is the papaya leaf safe?
According to a study conducted by American and Japanese researchers, no toxic effects are known from papaya leaf, and its consumption has no side effects either.
Some American doctors have even begun to recommend papaya leaf tea as part of chemotherapy.
It is just better to avoid consuming it in case of pregnancy, as papain could have an abortive effect.
But in the comments on the video below, a pregnant woman says that she has treated herself with this method without a problem.
Papaya leaf juice preparation
Important: the leaf must be raw, do not cook or boil it.
Choose clean, undamaged papaya leaves and remove the fibrous and thick parts and stems from the leaves.
Squeeze or crush the leaves (with a press or mortar) and pass them through a filter to keep only the juice.
A papaya leaf gives about a tablespoon of juice.
Recommended doses for treating dengue fever: 2 tablespoons of papaya leaf juice three times a day.
If you don’t want to get tired or if you’re going to prepare large quantities, you will have to buy a juice extractor.
Videos showing the preparation of papaya leaf juice to treat dengue fever
According to a Mauritian herbalist (on a video that has been deleted), papaya leaf juice could also cure Zika and Chikungunya.
Source: costarica.fr; timesofindia.indiatimes.com/