Scientists discover the potential use of papaya leaf juice fortreating dengue
|Scientists discover the potential use of papaya leaf juice fortreating dengue||Darrell Miller||02/06/19|
February 06, 2019 02:38 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (email@example.com)
Subject: Scientists discover the potential use of papaya leaf juice fortreating dengue
Dengue is an infection of the immune system that lowers platelet counts in the blood, causing a variety of issues, including clotting disorders and anemia due to the viral born illness. Papaya leaf juice has immune boosting properties, one of which is it encourages platelet production. It is also used to help treat jaundice and other liver related diseases due to its detoxification value. Papaya leaf juice can also aid in digestion, lower cholesterol, lower and help maintain blood insulin levels, and finally , due to its high vitamin A and C levels, improve skin appearance and health.
- Dengue is a disease borne by a virus and it affects millions of people worldwide, especially people in tropical countries like the Philippines.
- Dengue infections can be mild and last only a week. But it can also be severe that leads to severe bleeding and reduction in the count of platelets.
- Papaya leaves have been used for treating dengue in many practices because it can help to increase the platelet count and prevent liver damage arising from the virus.
"A recent study by researchers from Jamia Hamdard University in India revealed that extracts from papaya leaves have potential use as a natural remedy for dengue since they exhibit immunomodulatory activity and promote the production of thrombocytes, also called platelets."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-21-papaya-leaf-juice-for-dengue.html