Who’s being truthful; the WHO and CDC, or Doctor Sanath Hettige MD?
Dengue Natural Cure
Open Online Letter In The Public’s Interest And Right To Know Truth
We are a family of survivors of typhoon Yolanda, that devastated regions of the Philippines on 08 November 2013. It is our concern, in the public’s interest and right to know the truth, before dengue diseased mosquitoes establish a hotbed of suffering, claiming the lives of innocent young children and infants:
Those of us who are truly informed that papaya leaf extract is a sure cure for dengue fever- must challenge the WHO and CDC to embrace the following factual information and cease to claim; “There is no cure for dengue fever”:
2008 Sri Lankan Family Physician – (2008, 29, 17-19)
Twelve patients under my clinical care and fulfilling
the above inclusion criteria diagnosed as dengue fever
and declining hospital admission, were given a drink of
papaya leaf extract-two 5ml doses at an 8 hour interval for
adults and two 2.5 ml doses at an 8 hour interval for children
<10 years. Before the treatment, the procedure and the
possible outcomes was explained to the patient. The
papaya leaf extract was prepared by crushing two (2) tender
fresh papaya leaves (not too young – not too mature,
using only the leafy part removing the stalks) and
squeezing the juice by hand. The juice was given for
drinking without diluting. Prior to the intake of papaya
leaf juice, a sample of blood was obtained to determine the
white cell count, platelet count, alanine aminotransferase
(ALT) and packed cell volume. A second sample of blood
was obtained, the next day, to determine the white cell
count, platelet count, ALT and PCV. Tests were done using
an automated system and confirmed manually.
Dear editor: After my first published article, on the effect of Carica papaya leaf juice on dengue fever patient in Sri Lanka Family Physician – 2008, 29, 17-19 and details about this research in the independent medical association news letter of Srilanka , there was a wide publicity to these findings in the local and international media. This resulted in many patients using this simple herbal remedy on their own when they were diagnosed as having dengue fever. Many patients under my care living in and around my medical clinic (Maharagama – Sri Lanka) took this treatment on their own accord and I had the opportunity of observing the effects of Carica Papaya leaf juice on about 60 dengue positive patients which included Hospitalized patients- including 10 treated in the Medical ICU.
2012 The Times Of India
KOLKATA: It could be a miracle cure for dengue. And the best part is you can make it at home.
The juice of the humble papaya leaf has been seen to arrest the destruction of platelets that has been the cause for so many deaths this dengue season. Ayurveda researchers have found that enzymes in the papaya leaf can fight a host of viral infections, not just dengue, and can help regenerate platelets and white blood cells.
2012 The Times Of India
- CHENNAI: After more than 37,000 dengue cases, including 227 which resulted in death, across India, a grandma’s antidote for the virus seems to be getting scientific endorsement. A herbal concoction — juice of papaya leaf, common neem and hill neem — being given to dengue patients in government hospitals in Tamil Nadu has been found to have anti-viral properties. Tests conducted at the King Institute of Preventive Medicine found that the Siddha preparation brought down symptoms and speeded up the recovery of patients.
We challenge the WHO and CDC to confirm or contest all claims that papaya leaf extract (PLX) is a sure cure for dengue fever.
We challenge the WHO and CDC to question the 2008 discoveries of Doctor Sanath Hettige MD published in the Sri Lanka Family Physician.
We challenge the WHO and CDC to contest the 2011 letter to the editor of the British Medical Journal submitted by Dr. Hettige revealing his discovery in the hopes of saving lives until further research would follow in the wake of his momentous discovery.
We challenge the WHO and CDC to refute the scientific research and endorsements of Ayurveda Researchers that papaya leaf extract is a cure for dengue fever and can be administered as a home treatment as reported in December 2012 The Times Of India.
We challenge the WHO and CDC to refute the scientific research and endorsements of the King Institute Of Medicine And Research that papaya leaf extract is a cure for dengue fever and can be administered as a home treatment as reported in December 2012 The Times Of India.
We challenge the WHO and CDC to read a Philippine graduate student’s report, at Study Mode.com stating that camote (sweet potato) tea is a preventative and cure for dengue fever.
Among all the other plants, research studies have shown that Camote tops may be used as a remedy to Dengue fever. It is said to help increase platelet counts that would help recover from Dengue. Camote tops can also be used to treat other diseases or sicknesses like diabetes, heart disease, cancer particularly colon and stomach cancer, problems on bowel movement and high blood pressure.
If in fact, with all the perhaps thousands employed by the WHO and CDC, not one person has ever read any of the bullet items above, and have no knowledge of their existence, by reading this Online Open Letter- they are now aware that papaya leaf extract cure (PLXC) exists. The PLXC makes all previous treatment and the lack thereof out-of-date. To continue obsolete treatments would be contributing to intentional condoned malpractice.
It is our hope, someone reading this posting has the know how to bring this to the attention of authoritative persons of the WHO and CDC for their edification.
Ignorance of truth in regards to treating dengue fever is deadly to our families, and more so for our young children and infants.
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