Herbal Treatment for Chikungunya and Tomato fever

the original word and meaning is chickUn guniya meaning, "bent bones" in an african language from where it was originated.

No vaccine or specific antiviral treatment for chikungunya fever is available. Treatment is symptomatic--rest, fluids, and ibuprofen, naproxen, acetaminophen, or paracetamol may relieve symptoms of fever and aching. Aspirin should be avoided Infected persons should be protected from further mosquito exposure (staying indoors and/or under a mosquito net during the first few days of illness) so that they can't contribute to the transmission cycle.
Source : http://www.biojournals.com/treatment%20of%20chicken%20gunia.html

Herbal Treatment for Chikun Gunya :

Eupatorium perfoliatum is a herb medicine used for chikungunya

More Details about Eupatorium perfoliatum :

This perennial herb can reach a height of 1.5m. Its stout, hairy stem bears opposite pointed leaves united at the base so as to seem perforated by the stem. These are finely toothed, rough above, downy and resinous below. The terminal flower clusters are white and reminiscent of yarrow. It grows in damp pastures and wet ground throughout eastern and central North America
This herbs can cure Diaphoretic, febrifuge, aperient, cathartic, emetic, tonic, antispasmodic, relaxes mucous membranes and peripheral blood vessels, peripheral vasodilator, cholagogue, gentle laxative, expectorant, promotes bile flow

Source: www.purplesage.org.uk/profiles/boneset.htm

Note : Always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.

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