Malarial symptoms vary to include severe flu-like symptoms, headache, dizziness, fatigue, pains, cramps, nausea, chills and jaundice:

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These symptoms may appear every 3rd day or every consecutive day.

Current Treatment:

The current medical treatment for malaria includes taking medication (or a combination) from one to two weeks before visiting a malaria-risk location and up until to four weeks after leaving such place

So that means if someone wishes to travel say for 3 months – these medications have to be taken for around a total of 5 months

Side-effects of these medications include:

  • Severe skin reactions (Fansidar – Banned in Canada)
  • Neuropsychiatric side-effects (Lariam)
  • Skin Rash, Nausea, Blurred Vision (Chloroquine)
  • Mouth ulcers, Nausea (Paludrine)
  • Increased Sensitivity to Sun (Doxycycline)
  • Panic attacks, Depression, and Diarrhoea have also been suffered from a considerable number of people using conventional treatment against malaria
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Enjoying your holiday? 2 week holiday = 4 weeks of hallucinations, oh yeah and just stay in your room – you’re sensitive to the sun..

Another note is that these medications are actually evolving the Plasmodium to make it even more resistant and strong: (Chloroquine is largely ineffective in vast areas around South America, Africa and South East Asia, thus a combination of drugs is administered instead!)

In short the current treatment is very primitive, based on continuously ingesting these harsh medications to keep the blood full of drugs, in order not to give a chance for the Plasmodium to develop.

Alternative Treatment & Prevention:

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Avoid humid and dirty areas, respect your level of health..

Since the Plasmodium parasite (responsible for malaria) incubates within the liver, one need not continuously ingest medications which could prove ineffective anyway

Instead, when initial symptoms are experienced a full detoxification of the liver and an anti-parasitic diet have to take place immediately

A regimen for liver vitality with anti-parasitic effects:

  • Citrus Fusion – Citrus fruits help the liver immensely:

Limes, Lemons, Oranges, Grapefruit, Clementines, and Tangerines et cetera (Take abundantly, especially in the mornings on an empty stomach)

  • Water (copious amounts helps liver to flush out toxins); for an extra punch add at least 1000mg of pure Vitamin-C as this further protects the liver
  • Garlic (an effective anti-parasitic food and natural antibiotic – about 3-5 cloves a day)
  • Infusion made from cinnamon, black pepper, and honey – with hot (not boiling) water to be taken three times a day
  • Avoid fatty foods and alcohol (these inhibit liver function) – stick to a raw and natural diet
 

The above mentioned diet can be adapted for a routine liver cleanse or to treat any liver related ailment.

 

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