Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Traditional herb medicine for Dengue Fever

Traditional herb medicine Dengue Fever
Dengue fever is a contagious disease spread through a virus that is transmitted through the bite of a mosquito Aedes aegypti.

Symptoms of dengue fever in the beginning is seen as normal, the next phase of patients experiencing shortness of breath, pain in throat and red spots bint arise on the skin. Bleeding at the nose, dysentery and even vomiting blood is an indication of the disease indicate it is severe. Here are some traditional herbs to treat dengue fever:

1. 30 grams of fresh leaves of the gods boiled with 600 cc of water until the remaining 300 cc.
Usage: Drink while warm as much as 2 times a day

2. Make that consists of guava juice klutuk / guava taste, 10 grams of turmeric, and 10 grams temu lawak.
Use: Drink 2 times daily

3. If high fever: 60 grams bitter leaf boiled with 400 cc of water to the remaining 200 cc.
Use: Drinking water while warm, feed 2 times a day

4. Punch a hole through the end of 1 item coconuts. Squeeze 1 whole lemon, then enter the water into the palm.
Use: Drink 2 times a day in the morning and evening.

5. 10 grams and 10 grams of Centella asiatica meniran washed, then boiled with 5 cups of water until the remaining 3 cups water.
Usage: Drink 3 times a day, each 1 cup.

6. Boil 30 grams of leaves patikan kebo with 400 cc of water to the remaining 200 cc.
Usage: Drink while warm 2 times a day

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