Dengue Fever is caused by the Dengue virus transmitted through the bite of Aedes mosquito. Symptoms include fever, headache, muscle and joint pains, and a characteristic skin rash that is similar to measles. Severe cases result in bleeding, low level of blood platelets and blood plasma leakege.
There is no medical cure for Dengue Fever. Blood platelet count abnormally decreases (below 10) when a person is affected by Dengue. The normal blood platelet count is 150. The under mentioned medicine is found very effective for increasing the blood platelet count.
Drinking papaya leaf extract helps to bring up the blood platelet count. Take two pieces fresh papaya leaves (use only the leafy part, remove the stalks), wash it and squeeze out the juice. That should yield approximately 2 tablespoons of bitter juice. Do not boil or dilute with water. Drink the juice as it is. One serving per day is recommended. Within a couple of days, platelet count increases to normal level.