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Malaria is spread in three ways. The most common is by the bite of an infected female Anopheles mosquito. However, malaria can also be spread through a transfusion of infected blood or by sharing a needle with an infected person. There are four different species of parasites that cause malaria. They are the Plasmodium falciparum (which is the most fatal), P. vivax, P. malariae, and P. ovale. When an infected mosquito bites a person, the parasites enter the bloodstream and travel to the liver. They multiply in the liver, then travel back into the blood, where they continue to grow and multiply so quickly that they clog blood vessels and rupture blood cells. When the red blood cells burst, the parasites are released and then attack other red blood cells. Malaria is not contagious, which means one person cannot pass it directly to another. However, if a mosquito that is not infected bites an infected person, it picks up the malaria parasites. Animals can also get malaria, but animal malaria cannot spread to humans, and human malaria cannot spread to animals.
I would like to share this interesting¬†discovery from a classmate’s son who has just recovered from dengue¬†fever. Apparently, his son was in the critical stage when his pallet counts drops to 15 after15 litres of blood¬†transfusion.¬†His father was so worried that he seeks another¬†friend’s¬†recommendation and his son was saved. He confessed to me that¬†he give his son raw juice of the papaya leaves. From a pallet count of¬†45 after 20 liters of blood transfusion, and after drinking the raw papaya leaf juice, his pallet count jumps instantly to 135. Even the doctors and nurses were surprised. After the second day he was discharged. So he ask me to pass this good news around.¬†Accordingly it is raw papaya leaves, 2pcs just cleaned and pound and squeeze with filter cloth. You will only get one tablespoon per leaf. Sotwo tablespoon per serving once a day. Do not boil or cook or rinse with hot water, it will loose its strength. Only the leafy part and no¬† stem or sap. It is very bitter and you have to swallow it like Won Low¬†Kat. But it works.¬†Papaya Juice - Cure for¬†DengueYou may have heard this elsewhere but if not I am glad to¬†inform you that papaya juice is a natural cure for dengue fever. As¬†dengue fever is rampant now, I think it’s good to share this with¬†all.
YOUNG SCIENTISTS from Gujarat and Maharashtra have done some incredible innovative inventions! They have made a marker pen with red chilli or turmeric ink and a mosquito repellent prepared from leaves of papaya. This strange creativity has won them applauses at an international science fair.Rising cases of dengue fever and malaria made us to think over its remedy. The initial idea was to find an eco-friendly method to check mosquitoes,” says Divya Venkatraman, a student of Modern English School, Mumbai.Venkatraman and her classmate Neha Kulkarni prepared an extract from papaya leaves and tested it at various stages of mosquito breeding. They perused the efficacies of the extract for months and observed that ’the mortality rate of mosquitoes was 86 per cent!’Kulkarni informs, “We collected papaya leaves, crushed it to prepare an extract, diluted it in water and studied its effect on mosquitoes at various stages stages.” Kulkarni and Venkatraman showcased their creations at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (IISEF) in America this May.They got the third prize, beating some odd 1,500 young scientists from all over the world. Kapil Sibal, Union Science and Technology minister, has awarded them certificates of merit for excellent scientific temper.Bio-natural productVenkatraman further tells that their creation is absolutely bio-natural, cost effective and easily available. It does not cause any hazard to either plants or human beings.“It is also eco-friendly; has no biological harms and the rural people can take great advantage of it,” she opined.
Papaya contains the enzyme PAPAIN, a sort of mild vegetable hydrogen peroxide that attacks all necrotic (dead) tissue. Breaks down protein compounds. Most insect bites, stings, itchogenics are protein compounds.
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