Learn how to prepare simple recipes believed to be miracle cure for dengue fever. There is no harm in trying as they are all the gift of nature that can be used to ease the suffering of dengue patients and probably could also save some lives.
Dengue is an acute infectious viral disease transmitted by the Aedes mosquitoes. Common in tropical climates, the dengue fever is also known as “break-bone fever” due to the severe joint and muscle pain suffered by the patients. Other symptoms of dengue include severe headache, fever, and intense joint pain, which will usually last about a week. The fever will usually subside after 2 to 5 days and thereafter will rise again followed by rashes on the skin. The dengue hemorrhagic fever is another form of the disease, which is more serious and can be fatal.
Sadly, at this moment there is no specific treatment for dengue except for supportive therapy of fluid and electrolyte balance, prevention and treatment of shock and treatment of coagulation disorders.
Even though there is no specific cure or treatment for dengue, there are several types of food or recipe that can be easily prepared at home and used to treat dengue patients. I have listed the TOP 3 miracle recipes as follows:
First in my list would be the “Crab Soup”, which is delicious and can be easily prepared. Believe me that after 3 servings of this crab soup, the patient’s blood platelets will increase and fever will subside. Just give it a try.
- 2 crabs which have been cleaned and cut into two (can be any type, for instance flower crab or tiger crab)
- 1 inch of ginger (cut into small pieces)
- 1 clove of garlic (crushed)
- 1 shallot (pounded)
- Cooking oil (2 spoonful)
- 4 cups of water
- 5 Peppercorns (pounded)
- 1 lemon grass (crushed)
- Juice from 1 lime (squeezed)
- 1 strip each of coriander leaf and Chinese leak (cut into small pieces)
How to cook
- Heat the cooking oil in a pot. Put in the shallot, garlic, ginger and peppercorn and fry (in low heat) until you can smell the sweet and tangy aroma.
- Put in the crabs and flip the crabs occasionally until both sides turned red
- Put in water and lemon grass
- Turn the heat low and cover the pot with a lid. Bring the soup to boil for at least 15 minutes.
- Put in the lime juice and some salt (as desired)
- Stir the ingredients in the pot for 5 minutes
- Put in the coriander leaf and Chinese leak on the dish
- The soup is now ready to be served
PAPAYA LEAF JUICE
The juice is quite bitter but I don’t think so it’s that bad and it works wonders too. Please ensure that the dengue patients get one serving of this juice, once a day. It has cooling effects and it can bring down the fever as well as increase the patient’s blood platelets.
- 2 pieces of papaya leaves
- Sugar syrup
- Water (half a cup)
How to prepare the juice?
- Clean the leaves and only take the leafy parts. Throw away the stem.
- Pound the leaves and squeeze the juice through a strainer, preferably filter made of cloth. Don’t be discouraged as you can only get about one tablespoon of juice from 2 pieces of leaves.
- Put in the juice, water and sugar syrup into a glass and give it a stir
- Put some ice cubes if you like
- Drink it all. You won’t regret.
- Please note that the juice should not be boiled, rinsed or cooked using hot water as it will lose all its medicinal strength.
JUICE OF INDIAN PENNYWORTH
Scientific name: Centella asiatica
The juice is cooling, nice taste and it works wonders too. Please ensure that the dengue patients get at least one serving of this juice per day. Besides having cooling effects, it can help bring down the fever as well as increase the patient’s blood platelets.
- 1 bunch of Indian pennyworth leaves
- Sugar syrup
- Water (one glass)
How to prepare the juice?
- Clean the leaves
- Pound the leaves and squeeze the juice through a strainer, preferably filter made of cloth
- Put the juice, water and sugar syrup in a glass and give it a stir
- Put some ice cubes (if you prefer)
- Ready to be served
Please note that currently there is no proof from the modern medical point of view to verify that the recipes above really works. However, I believe that there are many people out there who have tried these recipes and found them as the miracle cure for dengue fever.
After all, there is no harm in trying as they are all the gift of nature. Perhaps the above recipes can be used to ease the suffering of dengue patients and probably the alternative treatment could also save some lives.