Monday, September 14, 2015

Papaya leaves and dengue fever and platelets counts:



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Papaya leaves and dengue fever and platelets counts: 

-Any classical ayurvedic reference for PAPAYA leaves use in dengue fever?
- No. I am not aware of any. As such papaya is introduced in India. Not an endemic to India.
- I use to papaya leaves extract in dengue fever...at present in my hospital 20 y/ m ..pt admitted..since last 4 days ..day by day .he doesn’t improve..last night ..platelets decreased up to 8000 only ...so what can I do ?
- Classical ayu tx like maharasnadi kwath or giloy satva or praval panchamrit works
- Use fresh juice. One leaf produces only 5ml. Don't use water. Add honey and give.
- yasthimadhu churna 5g, mix with 5ml honey and few drops of cows ghee, give 3 times a day.
Warning: in Dengue, once organ failure sets in, it is difficult to reverse the situation. Unfortunately anything of herbal origin is termed as Ayurvedic. People at large don't understand the difference.
-  for Dengue fever:  fresh juice of Papaya leaves, wheat grass juice, guduchi juice, aloe vera juice, black grapes juice – all to be mixed in equal and take 50 ml 3 times a day
- Sansamni vati, Sanjivani vati - 2 bd
- The principal symptoms of dengue are: High fever and at least two of the following: Severe headache, Severe eye pain (behind eyes), Joint pain, Muscle and/or bone pain, Rash, Mild bleeding manifestation (e.g., nose or gum bleed, petechiae, or easy bruising)Low white cell count
- If platlate count are decreasing 1 papaya leaf and 30 tulsi leaves should be given to improve. No need to boil,  just crush, strain and drink once in a day.  Stop when platelet start increasing.
- Udumber avleh and gado stav is also beneficial to increase platelet count
 




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