Posted by: nmartinez1938 | March 16, 2014

Dengue fever epidemics should have ended in 2008– ask Doctor Sanath Hettige MBBS, DFM, MCGP, MD to explain why?

 

Extracting juice from the leaves of a fruit bearing papaya tree, provides a cheap cure for all types of dengue fever.

Extracting juice from the leaves of a fruit bearing papaya tree, provides a cheap cure for all types of dengue fever.

The continuance of dengue fever to exponentially increase, now making a resurgence in places like the USA, is directly attributable to contemporary medicine wilfully turning a blind eye to rapid responding low-cost (cheap) alternatives that cure all types of dengue fever, beginning to provide relief even within the first 24/hours.

Research first to educate yourself of recent scientific medical research and then ask Dr. Hettige; “Why he thinks we are still experiencing dengue fever epidemics”?

Twelve patients under my clinical care and fulfilling

the above inclusion criteria diagnosed as dengue fever

and declining hospital admission, were given a drink of

papaya leaf extract-two 5ml doses at an 8 hour interval for

adults and two 2.5 ml doses at an 8 hour interval for children

<10 years. Before the treatment, the procedure and the

possible outcomes was explained to the patient.

The papaya leaf extract was prepared by crushing two (2) tender

fresh papaya leaves (not too young – not too mature,

using only the leafy part removing the stalks) and

squeezing the juice by hand. The juice was given for

drinking without diluting. Prior to the intake of papaya

leaf juice, a sample of blood was obtained to determine the

white cell count, platelet count, alanine aminotransferase

(ALT) and packed cell volume. A second sample of blood

was obtained, the next day, to determine the white cell

count, platelet count, ALT and PCV. Tests were done using

an automated system and confirmed manually.

(Re: Salutary effects of carica papaya leaf extract in dengue fever patients– a pilot study

Papaya tree photo details:  The papaya tree photo is one of several we grow in our food garden.  This particular tree survived the devastation wreaked by Yolanda typhoon, 8 November 20132.

Cross section view looking over the yellow metal fence into our small 11/unit complex after being struck by typhoon Yolanda 08 November 2013.  Most severe storm ever to make landfall.

Cross section view looking over the yellow metal fence into our small 11/unit complex after being struck by typhoon Yolanda 08 November 2013. Most severe storm ever to make landfall.

 

Alert– for accredited scientific studies and research by institutions and individuals, clicking on the following link is a must— papayaleaves.wordpress.com

'Young papaya leaves taken from the plant before it becomes a tree, have a significantly  higher amount of alkaloids.

‘Young papaya leaves taken from the plant before it becomes a tree, have a significantly higher amount of alkaloids.

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