Malaria is a mosquito-borne blood disease which can potentially be life-threatening. The serious infectious disease is caused by a group of single-celled microorganisms called parasitic protozoans, which belong to the 'Plasmodium' type.
The transmission of Malaria from an affected individual to a healthy individual results from a mosquito bite. The disease is transmitted only when a female 'Anopheles' mosquito infects the body of a healthy individual with the tiny Plasmodium parasite. The parasite develops within the mosquito because of a number of factors, particularly humidity and ambient temperatures.
Malaria is commonly known by three names -- tertian fever, quarter fever and the malignant tertian malaria -- based on the parasite which causes the disease.
Causes of Malaria
Malaria is a communicable disease which gets transmitted to humans and animals through the saliva of a female 'Anopheles' mosquito.
When an infected 'Anopheles' mosquito bites a healthy individual, the Plasmodium parasite enters the bloodstream. The malaria parasite lays dormant within the liver of the host, without leading to any symptoms, for an average of around 10 days. However, the parasite keeps multiplying during this time, and new malaria parasites are then released back into the bloodstream. In the bloodstream, these parasites infect red blood cells and multiply further; with some parasites remaining in the liver for quite some time and causing the disease to recur.
Once an unaffected mosquito becomes infected after feeding on an infected person, the cycle of Malaria starts all over again.
Malaria parasites which can cause the infection in humans are of four types --- Plasmodium vivax, P. ovale, P. malariae, and P. falciparum. The most severe forms of Malaria, which can be potentially fatal, are caused by P. falciparum.
Other than transmission through female 'Anopheles' mosquito bite, Malaria can also get transmitted by blood in certain cases which may include:
- Blood transfusion
- Organ transplant
- Use of shared needles / syringes
Symptoms of Malaria
The symptoms of Malaria can be uncomplicated or severe, depending on how the disease has progressed in the affected individual.
Some of the common, uncomplicated symptoms of Malaria are: fever, shivering chills, excessive sweating, a sensation of cold, vomiting, nausea, headaches, and fatigue.
Besides these symptoms, some of the other indications of Malaria, generally implying increased severity of the disease, include:
- Pain in the abdomen
- Abnormal bleeding
- Muscle pain
- Bloody stools
- Impaired consciousness / Coma
- Respiratory distress
- Clinical jaundice
- Dysfunction of some vital organ of the body
Herbal Remedies for Malaria by Planet Ayurveda
For ayurvedic treatment of malaria in a safe and natural manner, some excellent herbal remedies like Giloy capsules, Green Essentials, Pitta Balance, Digestion support, Brahmi capsules and Belgiri Powder are offered by Planet Ayurveda herbal products manufacturing company. These remedies are prepared from 100% pure and natural herbs, under the supervision of renowned Ayurveda practitioners.
These capsules are an excellent natural remedy for managing Malaria because pure standardized extract of the 'Giloy' herb (Tinospora cordifolia) are used for preparing this formulation. The herb is widely known for its antipyretic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and immune-modulator actions.
Giloy capsules can effectively treat of chronic fever, cure anaemia, treat various skin conditions, help the body fight infections, and manage jaundice as well as different types of cancers.
Dosage: 1-2 capsules with plain water, two times a day.
A combination of herbs is used for preparing these capsules, including Amalaki (Emblica officinalis), Spirulina (Spirulina platensis), Green tea (Camellia sinensis), grape seed (Vitis vinifera), and wheat grass (Triticulum aestivum).
The use of this amazing product is very beneficial in enhancing the immune system, nourishing brain cells, improving the functioning of the brain, managing skin disorders, and helping the body fight against free radicals.
Dosage: 1-2 capsules with plain water, twice a day, after meals.
These capsules are prepared from a blend of some extremely beneficial natural components, including Praval Pishti (Coral Calcium), Mukta Pishti (Pearl Calcium), Akik Pishti (Agate Calcium), Jawar Mohra Pishti (an Ayurvedic Calcium compound), Kamdhudha Ras (an Ayurvedic Calcium compound), and Giloy satva (extract of Tinospora cordifolia).
People affected by Malaria can benefit from this product because of its ability to purify the blood, support the immune system, relieve muscle aches and cramps, control blood pressure, keep the digestive system healthy, and balance the body's Pitta dosha.
Dosage: 1-2 capsules with plain water, once or twice a day.
This formulation is prepared from potent herbs which can keep the digestive system healthy. These herbs include Amla (Emblica officinalis), Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Jeerak (Cyminum cumin), Sounf (Foeniculum vulgare), Pippali (Piper longum), Dhania (Coriandrum sativum), and Bahera (Terminalia bellerica).
These capsules are helpful in balancing the body's three doshas --- Vata, Kapha and Pitta, along with improving appetite, maintaining the natural PH of the stomach, strengthening the immune system, maintaining proper metabolism, and rejuvenating the body.
Dosage: 1-2 capsule with plain water, two times a day, after meals.
These capsules can also help in managing Malaria because they are prepared from natural extract of the well-known 'Brahmi' herb. The herb is rich in antioxidants and has immense therapeutic value. The herb is believed to a superb health tonic, aphrodisiac and memory enhancer.
The use of Brahmi capsules can strengthen the immune system, eliminate free radicals from the body, regulate blood pressure, promote mental health, boost memory, and re-build brain tissues.
Dosage: 1-2 capsule with plain water, twice daily, after meals.
This wonderful herbal mixture is prepared from pure 'Bael' (Aegle marmelos) fruit. The 'Bael' herb has proven anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-diarrheal and immune-modulatory properties.
This churna can provide relief in vomiting, balance the body's three doshas, support healthy cholesterol levels, treat indigestion and bowel infections, manage stomach ailments, and keep the digestive system healthy.
Dosage: Half or 1 teaspoonful of the churna with plain water, twice a day, after meals.
Malaria can be a fatal disease in extremely serious cases, but it can be controlled in a timely manner with the help of Planet Ayurveda's beneficial herbal remedies. The use of these products can provide relief from the symptoms of the disease in a safe manner because they do not contain any chemicals, additives, preservatives, starch, yeast, binders, colors, and fillers.Share with your friends: