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Ayurvedic Tips for Malarial fever

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Ayurvedic Tips for Malarial fever


Doctors are likely to suspect malarial fever based on the symptoms and a blood test.1

Different types of blood tests are available for malarial detection, with some taking several days to complete, while others producing results in less than 15 minutes.1

Diet Recommendations (Aahar)

  • A diet of raw or well-boiled fruits and vegetables to allow cleansing of the liver so that it can heal.2
  • Milk diet, medicated ghrta (ghee) and decoctions, soups prepared from moonga may be beneficial.
  • Avoid spicy food and any foodstuff or liquid that cause considerable acidity when digested.2
  • Juice of fresh leaves of Nirgundi (Vitex nigundo) with honey may be beneficial.3
  • Consume old variety of rice, moong dal, masura dal, cow’s milk and milk products, raisin (kismis), anar (pomegranate), warm water, etc.3

Lifestyle changes (Vihar)

  • Adequate rest is advised.
  • Avoid activities physical exertion, such as exercises and walking
  • Avoid taking frequent baths

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