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ambicayurved commented 1 year ago
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Dengue fever or Dandaka Jwara is an acute viral disease, affecting millions of people every year. This virus spreads by the bite of a mosquito called Aedes. When a mosquito carries dengue fever virus and bites a person, then the virus spreads in the bloodstream and starts multiplying itself in the whole body. It is very common in tropical and subtropical region, across the world. And this disease happens due to a combination of population growth, urbanization, and global warming. Though Dengue fever is not contagious, it’s a deadly disease, if not look after in time. 

Symptoms of Dengue Fever

  • Sudden high fever and severe headaches
  • Severe muscles and joint pain
  • Nausea & vomiting
  • Skin rash, fatigue, and exhaustion
  • Low blood pressure

As far as the treatment of Dengue is concerned, an Ayurvedic remedy has gained a top-notch position in the world. Adijay Syrup is one of the trusted Ayurvedic medicines formulated using quality herbs. Some of the ingredients used in Adijay are Devdaru, Adusha, Tulsi, Papita Patra, Rasna, Vach, Kalmegh, Jarakush, and Giloy. It is advised to take this syrup three times a day that helps to reduce fever and to increase blood count. 

  • Ayurvedic treatment for Dengue Fever
  • Eatable products like Amla contains Vitamin C, should be consumed as it helps in absorption of Iron
  • Coriander leaves should be eaten to reduce high temperature
  • Punarnava an herb, should be used to flush out toxins through perspiration
  • Pomegranate and black grape juice should be used to increase blood count in the patient’s body
  • Boiled Tulsi water should be consumed throughout the day to strengthen the immune system
  • Basil leaves should be chewed at least twice a day to reinforce body’s defense mechanism
  • Fenugreek leaves herbal tea should be taken to reduce fever

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