Ayurvedic Cure For malaria

Malaria is a most common fever and is a very harmful disease that occurs throughout world mainly in tropical regions.  Malaria is spread by the female Anopheles Mosquito which is largely found in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. Anopheles gambiae is the parasite that causes Malaria. The Anopheles mosquito bites and infected person and carries the parasites from the infected person’s blood to another healthy person.

Types of Malaria

There are three types of malarial fever namely Tertian Fever, Quartan Fever and Malignant Fever. Their symptoms may be mainly the same but they vary depending upon their occurrence and duration.
  • Tertian Fever usually occurs on alternate days.
  • Quartan Fever generally occurs with an interval of two days.
  • Malignant Tertianis a severe type of malaria as malignancy sets in. It is the most severe type of malaria.

Malaria and Ayurveda

According to Ayurveda principles the tridoshas- vata, pitta and kapha- the imbalance of whom lead to various diseases and discomforts can be balanced through specific lifestyle, nutritional guidelines, and Ayurveda medicines made of Indian herbs.
Ayurveda defines therapy as any method that involves the process of balancing the doshas.

Malaria Symptoms 

Main symptom of malaria is a high fever everyday or alternate days. Symptoms may appear and disappear in phases.  
  • Fever with dramatic rise in temperature –by heavy sweating and fall in temperature
  • Shivering
  • Severe Headache
  • Muscle and body aches.
  • Tiredness
  • Vomiting  

Malaria Causes

This disease can be spread from one person to another through mosquito. Other reasons of malaria are damaging the immune system of the body by wrong eating habits and through unhealthy life style, excessive intake of alcohol and denatured foods.

Treatment of Malaria

Lime and lemon are largely used in the treatment of Malaria. Black tea prepared using black pepper and sonth is also beneficial in the treatment of malarial fever. Tulsi leaves known as basil is also an effective herb used to cure malaria. The juice of tender leaves mixed with honey and water should be given repeatedly for at least 4 times daily. The herb Chirayata, with a botanical name of Swertia chirata, is another beneficial herb in the treatment of malarial fevers.  Tablets made using these herbs are available in the market.
Fruits juices such as apple and orange should be given to the patient. Hydrotherapy is also given to the patient to bring down the high temperature.
 
Prevention of Malaria
 
Use mosquito nets for protection from mosquito bites. Avoid water stagnation to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes.

 



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