to: Editors and Readers
Today, not tomorrow, and not next week, dengue fever emergencies call for quick response actions that demonstrate citizens can implement dengue fever cures in their own homes, as a matter of free choice, or if economics is a prime factor. Informed, educated, and trained citizens have the ability to relieve the over stressed treatment centers. I’m not suggesting anything to be measured in wasted millions or billions of world currencies.
Several Asian research institutions have validated and endorsed the papaya leaf extract cure (PLXC), squeezing the juice from leaves of a fruit bearing papaya tree. Carica papaya trees being deemed the most desirable.
PLXC is cost-effective for treatment centers and their patients. When the remedy is promptly administered, it negates the need for hydration and blood transfusions. According to the findings of Doctor Sanath Hettige, even when either type of transfusion is begun, as long as vital organs have not deteriorated beyond irreversible conditions, PLXC negates the need for continuing the transfusions.
Dr. Hettige, in 2008 witnessed persons who refused being admitted for hospital remedies, initiated the PLXC in their own homes. Anyone (poor or wealthy), any community (shanty town or millionaires ghetto), any government health-care department, with access to the leaves of fruit bearing Carica Papaya Trees, the favored tree of choice, have this scientifically proven natural cure at their fingertips.
Don’t make the deadly mistake of asking the out-of-date twins, WHO & CDC if they’ve even read the findings of the King Institute Of Preventive Medicine And Research. Do you think you’d get an honest reply? Those world recognized institutions are dead sit on; “There are no cures for dengue fever”.
To broaden the scoop of known home treatments, to temperate zone regions, there is sweet potato tea, camote tea by name in the Philippines. This cure we had the attending physician’s okay, treating my wife’s teen son who contracted dengue fever in Leyte. Wash camote leaves while water is being brought to a boil on the stove, drop leaves into the rapidly boiling water, turn the flame down low to get a simmering gentle boil, 5/minutes. Pour tea in a cup, let cool if fever is present, drink, adding nothing to the tea. This is possibly the simplist of cures. This is the best link I have for now…. camote link.
3/days, Kim was ready for discharge. He was kept and additional 2/days until we were able to wire transfer pull payment of the hospital bill. Sound familiar I guess.
Any compassionate newspaper that would consider researching what is already in print, and would advocate the teaching of these simple cures to all their readers– it would be a great service and certainly capable of going viral around the globe. Are you listening to the truth? In the next 24/48 hours after reading this, you can begin to save prolonged suffering and lives of those who contract dengue fever without any delays. No waiting for studies and experimentations, which have their own debilitating casualties and well documented failures.
Time is ticking away… we will lose to many children when solutions are all around us. Who will lead the way and stop sending adults, children and infants to premature graves. Will you?
To many adults, children and infants are suffering for extended days, weeks and months once they contract dengue fever. To many are filling premature graves, benefiting mostly the funeral industry. This borders on malpractice when you see what the natural alternative researchers and medical professionals are doing in the field today.
If either of you, editor or reader, are listening, you know I am speaking the truth. Several Asian research institutions, the King Institute Of Preventive Medicine And Research, founded in the 1800s, being one of them, endorsed and validated papaya leaf extract as a fast acting cheap cure for dengue fever. If you embrace their findings you will help bury dengue fever and not the other way around– men, women, children and infants.
The Times Of India (TOI) has published two articles that attest to what I’ve stated so far. Read TOI 12&20th December 2012 article titles, Home cure for dengue death sting andNeem-papaya juice passes dengue test scientific endorsement
Many in vitally responsible positionsof prestige, power, and authority, throughout this world, know of these cures;
Are they embracing and endorsing them?
Are they pretending ignorance?
Are they waiting on a vaccine more than 70/years in trials and error phases?
Are they stopping almost free and low-cost treatment solutions because they are not profitable?
Are they afraid people will see, in their own back yards, and growing wild in open fields, are the solutions that enhance their immune systems, fortifying their own bodies health systems God created?
Are they gleefully keeping us in ignorance?
Knowing truth, and not acting on it– gets what we got! Dengue mosquitoes and their allies are marching forward towards global victory.
I have a replacement suggestion for a Junior High School science project. Instead of learning to dissect innocent frogs, teach teens to extract juice from leaves of fruit bearing Carica Papaya Trees.
In the mean time, pick fresh sweet potato leaves, brew them 5/minutes, drink when cool if fever is present, 3x/day, for as many days as deemed beneficial and tell me the results. I drink a cup of camote or papaya leaf tea (not to be confused with papaya leaf extract) each morning.
Let the sunshine in, /Nicasio Martineznm
About PLXC-CTC Dengue Remedies
Alert– for accredited scientific studies and research by institutions and individuals, clicking on the following link is a must— papayaleaves.wordpress.com
Disclaimer: As a Great-grandfather family webmaster, what I share should never be accepted as being medical advice, merely a sharing of easily re–searchable links for the purpose of educational sharing in the public interest.
You should research for yourself and make your best intelligent decisions— even before or after consulting with medical professionals who have earned your trust. /Nicasio Martinez