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Five Natural Remedies To Treat Malaria

Malaria is one of the leading killer diseases in Africa. It is also a terrible killer disease in Nigeria. People use anti-malaria pills to treat this ailment when it visits. This is an effective strategy. But there are natural remedies that are also very effective in treating malaria which you need to know. This article provides an insight to such remedies.


Ginger’s active ingredient gingerol, and its unique hydrocarbons are known for their anti-inflammatory and antibacterial activities in the body, making it one of the most effective natural remedies.



There is a powerful substance found in grapefruit, similar to quinine, which has been directly linked to neutralising malaria-inducing parasites.

You can extract this substance for a concentrated dose or simply add some delicious grapefruit to your diet.



Addressing the symptoms of malaria such as fever, headache, and diarrhea is one of the best ways to get rid of the sickness. Cinnamon has a powerful organic component, cinnamaldehyde, which has anti-inflammatory properties and has been linked to a reduction in malaria’s violent and painful symptoms.


Holy basil

Eugenol is the active ingredient in holy basil and is largely responsible for its therapeutic properties, helping to eliminate bacterial infections.

Different parts of this plant are used for dozens of Ayurvedic remedies including malaria.


Orange juice

Vitamin C is known as an incredible immune system booster and this has certainly proven true in the treatment of malaria.

The antioxidant and immune-system boosting effects of vitamin C are often enough to kick-start the recovery process.

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About Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a writer with passion for cutting-edge news

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  1. okpala Frances somto

    Wow!… Good to know

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