How to cure dengue fast (with home remedies)

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To relieve the symptoms and cure dengue quickly, certain home remedies such as manzanilla, mint and even hierba de San Juan can be used thanks to which they have properties that reduce muscle pain, fever and pain. head.

These are an excellent way to complement the treatment of dengue, which should be indicated by the doctor, helping to recover faster and with less discomfort.

There are also tés that should be avoided, especially those that have salicylic acid or similar substances, as is the case of sauce blanco, for example. Ginger tea, although it is a potent anti-inflammatory agent, should also be avoided, as it can interfere with coagulation, increasing the risk of bleeding.

You have to fight dengue

Next, a complete list of plants that can be used to cure dengue fever quickly and alleviate its symptoms is shown, and what is the function of each one:

Plant what is it for How to prepare it number per day
manzanilla Relieve nausea and fight vomiting 3 cups of dry hojas + 150 ml of water, soaking for 5 to 10 minutes 3 to 4 cups

Combat nausea, vomiting, headache and muscle pain

2-3 teaspoons + 150 ml of water, soaking in 5 to 10 minutes 3 cups
Feverfew Reduce headache pain 50-120 mg of extract in capsules
petasites Relieve headache pain 100 g of root + 1 L of soaking water Mojar compresses and place them in front
Hierba de San Juan Combat muscle pain 3 cucharditas + 150 ml of water hirviendo 1 cup in the morning and another in the evening
spicy horseradish

Relieve muscle pain

Apply the ointment or gel on the painful region

The ointment, the spicy horseradish gel and the powdered extract of feverfew can be found in pharmacies and stores of natural products and also online.

Another advice is to add 5 drops of oil to the teas before drinking them, as this substance helps fight infections and treat pain and inflammation; however, it is important to avoid its use in case of allergy. To find out if you are allergic to oil, apply a drop of this compound in your arms, spread it on your skin and wait for the reaction. If red spots appear, reddening begins, it is an indication of allergy, for which reason it is recommended, in these cases, not to use the oil.

You have to avoid it when you have dengue

Plants that contain salicylic acid or similar substances are contraindicated in cases of dengue, as they can cause weakening of the vessels and facilitate the development of hemorrhagic dengue. Among these plants are white sauce, llorón sauce, white mimbrera, perejil, rosemary, oregano, tomillo and mustard.

Asimismo, el jengibre, el ajo and la cebolla are also contraindicated in this disease, as they make clotting difficult, favoring bleeding and hemorrhages.

See more foods that should not be consumed and what to eat to recover from dengue faster.

Plants that repel mosquitoes

The plants that repel the dengue mosquito are those that have strong aromas, such as mint, rosemary, lavender, albahaca, tomillo, salvia and zacate lemon. These plants can be grown at home so that the aroma helps protect the environment against Aedes aegypti, care must be taken to prevent water from accumulating in the mallet.

The following video shows some tips on food and natural mosquito repellents:

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