3 Natural Medicine/Home Remedy For Malaria

Malaria can be explained as an abnormally high body temperature
transmitted by the bite of an infected mosquito.

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Symptoms of malaria may start developing in your body based on how
strong your immune system is. Symptoms may develop as quickly as seven
days in people with low immune system after they were bitten by an
infected mosquito.

For people with fair immune system. It may take 18 days before the
symptoms will surface (incubation period is seven to eighteen days).

However, for people with strong immune system against malaria it can
take up to a year for symptoms to surface.

TOP 8 SYMPTOMS OF MALARIA

1. High temperature (fever)

2. Headache

3. Sweats

4. Chills

5. Vomiting

6. Muscle pains

7. Diarrhoea

8. Generally feeling unwell

12 COMPLICATIONS OF MALARIA

Malaria could be life-threatening and could lead to death if not
treated quickly, particularly in pregnant women, babies, young
children and old people.

Some of the top complications of malaria are

1. Anaemia which is the destruction of red blood cells by malaria
parasite making the red blood cells lack the ability to carry enough
oxygen to the body's muscles and organs. That is why people with
malaria usually feel drowsy, weak and faint.

2. Malaria can affect the brain which is known as cerebral malaria,
causing the brain to swell, and if care is not taken lead to permanent
brain damage.

3. Malaria can also cause seizures or coma

4. Prolonged malaria could lead to liver failure and jaundice
(yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes)

5. Shock as a result of sudden drop in blood pressure

6. Pulmonary oedema (a build-up of fluid in the lungs)

7. Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)

8. Abnormally low blood sugar (hypoglycaemia)

9. Malaria can also lead to kidney failure

10. Malaria can lead to swelling and rupturing of the spleen

11. Malaria can cause dehydration

12. Malaria in pregnancy can lead to

A. Premature birth (birth before 37 weeks of pregnancy)
B. Low birthweight
C. Restricted growth of the baby in the womb
D. Stillbirth
E. Miscarriage
F. Death of the mother.

If you are pregnant it may be good if you can take antimalarial
medication prescribed by your doctor.

3 WAYS TO PREVENT MALARIA

1. Buy treated mosquito net

2. Fumigate your room with insecticide

3. Make sure you keep your environment clean as much as possible.

NATURAL MEDICINE OR HOME REMEDY FOR MALARIA

NATURAL/HOME REMEDY 1 FOR MALARIA

Needed ingredients:
Water, lemon-grass, ginger and garlic.

Preparation:
1. First peel the ginger and garlic then slice into pieces
2. Then add the lemon grass and water and boil everything.
3. Drink/consume as tea 2 times on a daily basis until symptoms go away

NATURAL/HOME REMEDY 2 FOR MALARIA
1.Mix moringa powder and grinded ginger with pap without sugar.
2. Drink the mixture morning and night

NATURAL/HOME REMEDY 3 FOR MALARIA

1. Grind dongoyaro (neem) seeds together with little potash and little salt.
2. Take the mixture with hot pap twice daily for four days.

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