We strive to find the highest level of validation based on scientific data when posting any remedy for dengue fever or any other disease. One thing I call to your attention, those of you who have earned a college degree or degrees, had to write an essay and defend your paper before a panel of learned professors. Truth, proof, and accuracy of facts were of extreme importance.
In our search for the best possible research to confirm even my own beliefs in camote tea, which I am at this moment boiling a *pot of tea, in a stainless steel pot, I confidently present the first chapter of an essay submitted by a Philippine university graduate student. When a higher source of validation is found, it will be amended to this posting.
The other day I unthinkingly pressed my left leg against the closest connection of the exhaust pipe coming directly out of my motorbike engine. Needless to say, I’ve been branded. Applying freshly picked and squeezed Aloe Vera gel, multiple times a day, and drinking lots of camote tea, I have confidence I will be able to make a favorable recovery.
**Stainless steel or glass pots should be used in cooking preparations of foods. Aluminum is not the safest of utensils in the preparation of foods. As to microwave :((o)vens– definitely not!
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