Some other home remedies for malaria

Date: 2016-07-18
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Malaria is a life threatening infectious disease of humans caused by the bite of the anopheles mosquito. An infected mosquito bites a human and transfers the parasites, after the parasites multiply in patient’s liver; they infect and destroy the red blood cells. The most common symptoms of malaria are fever, fatigue, nausea, vomiting and severe headaches. If malaria has aggravated and the patient is at a severe stage, malaria can cause the patient to have a pale skin, patient might have seizures, patient can even fall into a coma and in worst case scenarios, the patient can also die. The symptoms commonly set out in ten to fifteen days from the day of getting bitten. Apart from medical science, one can always treat malaria with very simple and easy home remedy. Yes, some of the most common things that you will find in your kitchen. You won’t be able to believe but things like, salt, honey, cumin, onion, eggplant, alum, thyme seeds, wood apple, peepal, buttermilk, garlic, coriander and so on. When you are looking for home remedies for malaria, few household things can help you cure malaria at home. This video shows that you can make use of few common household items and cure the symptoms of malaria. If you have some rock salt at home, mix the equal amount of sugar powder. Have this mixture mixed in warm water thrice a day and put a halt to malaria induced fever. Honey is another common household item that you can use to combat symptoms of malaria. Just take half gram honey, rock salt, half gram turmeric, mix all these together and have it with warm water before going to bed at night to cure the fever and the cold. Take half an onion, extract the juice and add a pinch of black pepper powder. Take this mixture with warm water day and night to cure the fever.
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