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28 February 2014
Open Email Global Letter
Stop dengue fever criminal malpractice now – Speedy home cure scientifically endorsed since 2012!
even the destitute poor have a viable choice
The age of ever expanding dengue epidemics will end in 2014
It is here declared
In the global interest of adult world citizens and the right to know, and in the more pressing special interests and right to know by all citizen parents of the world, destitute poor or excessively wealthy– cures for dengue fever have been known for ages; but now, papaya leaf extract has been scientifically researched, proven, and endorsed as a viable cheap (all most free) home cure, revealed since the year 2012. The needlessly extended days of sufferings and deaths of young children and infants, attributed to dengue fever is no longer tolerable.
When a known speedy cure has been scientifically researched and endorsed, widely circulated within the medical community professional publications, and wide sectors of the global press, but apparently not embraced by contemporary medicine, either in ignorance or by deliberate oversight, is that not tantamount to endorsing medical malpractice?
In the very Asian regions of the world, where papaya leaf extract (PLX), also in some cases blended with varieties of neem extract, whose own historically credentialed medical research institutions and laudable licensed practitioners, have endorsed, advocated, supported, or implemented in their public and private practices– would that not be criminal malpractice not to embrace the PLX findings?
Frontline practitioners such as Doctor Sanath Hettige, and others, who have stated in Asian medical publications, and national Asian news media, papaya leaf extract is in appearance and fact– a promising potential cure, or have factually stated PLX is indeed a fast acting papaya leaf extract cure (PLXC), for all types of dengue fever.
Unlike camote (sweet potato) or papaya teas prepared by boiling the leaves, fresh or dried, my two favored simplist choices); tawa tawa weed, neem leaves and others well known in the Philippines, boiling these to make teas– the PLXC has been reported in professional medical news outlets and public news mass media as being a sure cure for dengue fever.
While the world is focused and so moved to help citizens in the Central Visayas Regions of the Philippines– let’s take down dengue fever too. I call upon all Philippine citizens and all who have residence here to support and join in this effort.
It has not been the will of the elite and powerfully connected in medical and the scientific community to put an end to the misery caused by dengue fever. It will be the will and determination of world citizens that will halt the dengue “death sting” in all of Asia, and put a halt to its invasion to other continents, even where it was once subdued, conquered, and wiped out, now making a resurgence aided by outdated treatment and community efforts.
Published Factual Sources – 2008 to 2012
2008 – Sri Lankan Family Physician, 2008, Vol. 29, No.1, 17-19, 2008
Doctor Sanath Hettige MBBS, DFM, MCGP, MD
Twelve patients under my clinical care and fulfillingthe 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.
However, no formal research has been done on the subject. It is important to conduct appropriate clinical research on this cheap freely available herbal therapy. One sinister feature in dengue fever is the rapid fall in the platelet counts (PLT) which may lead to deadly complications such as Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever (DHF)
From the above results it was evident that both the platelet counts and the total white cell counts had increased in all patients within 24 hours after administering papaya leaf juice. It is known that the platelet count drops in dengue patients after the first three days of fever and the gradually increases after the 7th day or drop further with derangement of other clotting factors to develop into dengue hemorrhagic state3. It was significant to observe that the platelet count increased in all 12 patients with two doses of papaya leaf juice and all patients recovered with no hospital admission.
2011 – British Medical Journal
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
Home cure for dengue death sting – Dec 12, 2012
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.
Twenty-one-year-old Abhishek Majumdar, who was diagnosed with dengue last week, had a platelet count of 84,000 on September 6. He had high fever, frequent vomiting and was too weak to get out of bed. The same day, he started drinking the juice on his doctor’s advice. In just three days, his platelet count had crossed 1 lakh. “Not only did his platelet count rise, he started showing signs of recovery within two days. It had a miraculous effect,” said Abhijit Majumdar, his father.
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.
Scientists dropped the four strains of the dengue virus on the cell lines (drawn from the gut cells of dengue causing albopictus mosquito) and added the herbal preparation. Normally, the virus would have entered the cells. “After two days, we found the cell-lines were unaffected. The virus was neutralized by the herbal formulation. Further tests showed it blocked the virus from entering the cell. In cells where the virus had already entered, it prevented multiplication,” said King Institute director Dr P Gunasekaran.
Siddha doctors said they were happy the government was now thinking of intergrated medicine.
The institute plans to start a double blind study in January to test the efficacy of the preparation from nila vembu (neem) kudineer, malai vembu (hill neem) and papaya leaves. Institute director Dr P Gunasekaran said scientists did the laboratory tests this month and clinical trials on rats have begun, to rule out toxicity. “So far we haven’t seen any adverse reaction in rats, but it is too early to comment ,” he said. The irony, however, is that patients in gover nment hospitals have been given the preparation for almost a month before the animal studies were taken up. “The benefits of these herbs were anyway known and published in journals abroad,” said health secretary J Radhakrishnan.
Last month, the health department issued an order asking government hospitals to make the herbal drink available to dengue patients. It also advertised through newspapers and television channels. Health minister VS Vijay and Chennai Mayor Saidai Duraiswamy campaigned for it at public functions and media interviews.
It is further declared a
sad state of world affairs – dengue fever cure disconnect in Sri Lanka
Even in Sri Lanka, the host country where the PLXC was published in the Sri Lanka Family Journal in 2008, authored by Doctor Sanath Hettige, we read the following latest news in regards to dengue fever rampage in that nation:
2014 – the SUNDAY TIMES
Four die, including three children, 376 victims in city last month
Colombo city is experiencing another outbreak of deadly dengue fever with four deaths — three of them children below 5 — and another 376 victims last month while the Colombo district recorded 1091 cases. The Colombo Municipality’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Pradeep Kariyawasam, told the Sunday Times this was a 30 per cent increase compared to January last year.
Last year, 757 dengue cases were reported in the Colombo district which has a large population visiting the area from the outstations. Among the areas where a high number of dengue patients were reported were Mattakkuliya, Narahenpita, Thimbirigasyaya, Kirulapone, Wellawatte, Borella, Cinnamon Gardens and Kompanna Veediya. He said two thirds of the dengue victims were below the age of 20 and, of them, a majority were children below the age of five. Three of the four deaths reported in the city were also of children below five.
Dr. Kariyawasam also said most Colombo city residents did not adhere to requests by the authorities to keep their premises clean. “Earlier we had a programme where school children, cleaned up school premises and also went out to inspect the surrounding areas. But the education authorities are refusing to release the children for this now,” he said. The Municipality has organised a walk next Saturday to raise awareness on dengue prevention.Meanwhile, a consultant attached to the Epidemiology Unit of the Health Ministry said 50 per cent of schools in the Colombo district had mosquito breeding spaces and one of the reasons was that most schools had not been cleaned during the December holiday season.
Responsible officials are/have been calling on school children in many places to take up their slack because they are ignorant of viable cures and preventives, proven, or they turn a blind eye to truths which they have no investments or interests in going against the obvious malpractice fueled by outdated and deeply entrenched, and extravagantly priced health care systems.
This is but a first of what will be a continuing dialogue until truth prevails to reduce the period of sufferings and save thousands of lives this 2014 year.
Your comments are vitally needed to help drive and encourage this effort, now invested with more than two years of effort.
In the public’s interest,
Nicasio MartinezNM – Great-grandfather webmaster
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