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Thread: Dengi Fever - and Papaya Leaf cure

  1. #16
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    Please - not more ridiculous papaya stories. We already had the pegaga leaves myth here.
    The fever in dengue will usually settle after 5-7 days and the platelet counts will start to rise spontaneously. Anything given towards the tail end of the disease will look like a "miracle cure"
    Unless you people begin to understand the basic concept diseases run a natural course (with some variation in severity from individual to individual - hence you cannot make conlusions based on individual anectdotes) you'll continue to make the wrong conclusions.
    I have not encountered any dengue patient requiring 15 litres of blood transfusion (the body has about 5 litres) !

    See the dengue FAQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looi Soon Cheng
    My 3 years old son was hospitalized (Tawakal Hospital) due to dengue fever. On the forth day in the hospital around 3pm in the afternoon,my son was confirmed having dengue fever, his platelet count drop from 169 on the first day he was hospitalized to 92. And the symptom of red spot start to appear on his body.
    Err wow...it took one of the oldest private medical facilities in Kuala Lumpur to find out that your son had the dengue fever...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looi Soon Cheng
    My 3 years old son was hospitalized (Tawakal Hospital) due to dengue fever. On the forth day in the hospital around 3pm in the afternoon,my son was confirmed having dengue fever, his platelet count drop from 169 on the first day he was hospitalized to 92. And the symptom of red spot start to appear on his body. Then I start to recall the circulating e-mail that I received few months back on the cure for dengue fever and I was also told by my colleague that her friend have use this method to cure her dengue fever. My Indonesian maid also told me that, back in Indonesia the papaya leave was very common in every household as cure for high fever. They call the tree "Papaya Gantung". With all these testimonial, I have no doubt this will cure my son fever. I have to do it myself because I was told that there is no medicine for dengue fever. After I made the juice, I tried it myself first and yes it really taste very bitter and to confirm that will not harm my son. Then at about 9pm at night the same day. I took the juice and gave it to my son. At around 12 midnight my son temperature drop to normal (36.9 degree), at the very moment I told my self that this juice is really working because for the last four days, every night my son temperature will start to rise. On the next day early in the morning doctor came an took my son blood for platelet count. At around 9am, doctor came for the checkup and we was told that we can go back because the platelet count have started to rise and my son temperature have started to normalized even without taking fever medicene. I am glad that this miracle juice really cure dengue fever. I just wondering why nobody in the health department or doctors try use this method to cure other dengue patient. This tree is so abundant in our country.
    Thanks Looi SC for the feedback.

    Indeed the enzymes of papaya have been proven to have amazing curing effects for many diseases including cancers : http://www.guangming.com.my/content....d=200701123800 (*Remark : 孕婦不可服用青木瓜汁,因會引發小產. Pregnant women can't take green papaya juice since it can cause miscarriage.)

    I believe more will be unveiled if people are willing to share all there info and have an open and diversified mind set to discover and accept all these nature's "myths" for the goods of mankind.
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    Please distinguish carefully between prevention and cure. When you say cure of a particular cancer you mean treatment of the disease causing complete remission and no further recurrence of the cancer.
    Generally we encourage taking lots of fruits and veggies (not artifical supplements) for a healthy lifestyle and primary prevention of illnesses including heart disease and some cancers. "Guarding against cancer" as the article implies is correct to some extent but to extrapolate this as a "cure for cancer" is far-fetched. So please no misinformation here.
    Overdose of papayas causes a condition called Carotenemia where you develop yellow skin and yellow palms (and sometimes headaches)
    On a related note, clinical trials with betacarotene supplements have not shown it to be useful or effective for cancer prevention so take the fruit, not the supplement.

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    Finally, some scientific results on the papaya leaf

    http://www.bernama.com.my/bernama/v7...php?id=1074170

    And in this same thread in post #5, someone has given his formula to extract the juice from the papaya leave

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