To fight dengue, these ‘home remedies’ have proven to be the best and worthy beneficial solution! Dengue fever remedies will be effective when administered in early stages.
Dengue symptoms usually appear 3-5 days after the deadly Aedes Egypti has bit the patient and the virus has entered the host’s blood stream. Generally, the symptoms of dengue are after chills, sudden fever, head, and body muscle ache, arthritis, anxiety, anemia, appetite loss, and no taste for the mouth are very common.
A few home ‘Dengue fever remedies’ are –
1. Papaya Juice:
The juice of papaya leaves reduces the duration of dengue. Because of this, the number of white cells and platelets in the body increase. White blood cells help to fight the deadly virus. It is beneficial to have a patient’s status checked for dengue fever with the doctor before administering this remedy. Moreover, consumption of papaya leaves has no side-effects.
2. Goat’s milk
Drinking goat’s milk is also effective and will help boost immunity. Ayurveda study
mentions that goat’s milk is light and easy to digest. However, it may not be a cure for dengue fever.
It is beneficial to include turmeric in the diet. It is beneficial to have half a teaspoon turmeric in the morning along with normal water and a glass of light-hearted glass of milk at night. Moreover, there are plenty of anti-oxidants in turmeric, which increase the body’s metabolism.
4. Tulsi leaves
Tulsi is a medicinal plant. It also assists in the cure. Also, mix the juice of tulsi leaves to form 8-10 tbsp of extract and add it to honey.
Fruits like pomegranate, kiwi among others and vegetables like spinach, broccoli are known to increase platelet count.
However, These remedies must be go along with medicines or doses prescribed by the physician to kill the virus and increase blood cell count.
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