Dengue-causes | symptoms | prevention | diet | treatment

The dengue problem is reported almost across the tropical countries of the world, but is mostly concentrated in the countries like India, Sri Lanka, Nepal. Latest statistics show that in the period of January 1 to July 14 this year, 20647 cases of dengue have been reported. The number of deaths: 149!

Dengue or Dandak jwara is known to be caused by virus named Flavivirus transmitted through the agency of Aedes Mosquito.


Person suffering from dengue generally shows the following symptoms –

  • High fever.
  • Severe headaches.
  • Muscular cramps.
  • Presence of red rashes all over the body.
  • Nausea and vomiting.


  • Classic dengue fever.
  • Hemorrhagic dengue fever.
  • Dengue shock fever.

All types of above mentioned dengue fever are characterized by high fever also classified as bone breaking or bone crushing fever due to severe pain and muscular cramps. Patients also show presence of red rashes all over body but especially on chest and limbs.
If left untreated the problem can become complicated and the fever may prove to be fatal.



There are no licensed vaccines at present against dengue. And for a dengue vaccine to be effective, it needs to be tetravalent, meaning the vaccine should be strong enough to interact and manage four bacteria/viruses at once.


The ‘herbal Ayurveda doctors’ claim that Papaya leaf juice mixed with bee’s honey increases blood platelet levels and restores the patient

Two raw papaya leaves are pounded, and they are squeezed with a cloth to strain and filter the juice. Usually, one leaf gives one tablespoonful of juice and two tablespoonfuls of p-juice is sufficient for a day.

To preserve its strength, the juice should be taken raw, without altering, boiling or any additions. Neither saps nor stems of the papaya leaf should be included-only the leaf should be crushed.

The powerful ‘Papain’ enzyme in the papaya leaf has the ability to dissolve proteins and is already used for indigestion and stomach inflammation while another enzyme from the papaya leaf, ‘Chymopapain’ is used successfully in spinal treatments.

The second antidote is ‘Rasa Ayurveda’ that is a variant of the indigenous Ayurveda medicine and is not based on herbs but based on elements such as mercury and gold that are administered in minute dosages



Gomutra or Goark or desi Cow’s urine can be used as an effective antidote for treating Dandak jwara.


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