Homeopathy For Malaria
Homeopathy can be used in acute malaria conditions
and to clear the use of malaria drugs.
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Malaria is caused by a
single-celled Plasmodium parasite. It begins when a female mosquito bites
a person with malaria. The mosquito ingests the blood that contains the malarial
parasite. Once inside the mosquito, the parasite reproduces and multiplies. When
the mosquito bites another person the parasite is injected into the body. Once
inside the parasite migrates to the liver where it multiplies again. Typically
the parasite reaches maturity in 1 to 3 weeks where it migrates to the red blood
cells, eventually causing the red blood cells to rupture and symptoms to form in
the infected person.
Symptoms include various
Mild early symptoms occur in few days before major symptoms.
comes the "cold" stage with fever, shaking, chills followed by the
"hot" stage with high fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, pain and
The "sweating" stage has perspiration, a drop in body
temperature, fatigue and prostration.
Anemia is often present with pale
complexion, tiredness, fatigue, pallor, tiredness, shortness of breath, chills
Homeopathic Remedies for Malaria
- Aranea Diadema
coldness with pain in the
long bones. Chronic malaria. Chilly day and night. Worse during rain.
No sweat. Symptoms return at the same hour.
General bodily aches and pains from fever. Can not get comfortable. The bed
feels too hard. After traveling.
with burning heat. Exhausted, pale. Unquenchable thirst for sips. Clean
tongue. Anxious. Cold. Restlessness and thirst for small quantities often.
High fever and chills. Old cases that fail to resolve. Morning aggravation
between 1 and 2 am.
After suppressed malaria. High fever with delirium. Desires
lemonade when thirsty but generally not thirsty during the heat. Hot head
and cold limbs. Acuteness of all senses. Photo-phobia during fever.
Desire for fresh air during the fever. Person wants to be fanned.
Chills begin in the arms. Icy coldness. Coldness with thirst. Warm head and
cold limbs. Hectic fever and exhausting sweats.
Periodic fevers. Chill, sweating,
headache, nausea, weakness. Little thirst. Anxiety.
abuse of quinine or malarial fever that has been suppressed. Great
debility. Rash on body followed by great itching, Stinging and
desquamation. Extreme periodicity. Attacks return at the same time each
day. Sinking sensation. Felt like he was going to die. Sleepless and over
sensitive to external stimulation. Ringing, buzzing or roaring in the
in the bones as if broken with fever. Pain before the commencement of
the chill. Sweat relieves all symptoms except the headache. Thirst precedes
the fever. Fever commences in the morning. Great weakness and prostration.
Bone pain as if they will break. Muscle soreness, vomiting, chill. Thirst
and bitter vomiting. Pressure forehead.
cases of malaria after suppression by quinine. Nausea with fever. Chill alternating with heat.
Short chill and long heat. Heat without
headache. Chill begins at 10AM. Weak, short of breath, bone pain. Fever blisters lips. Great thirst.
Chilly at every stage of the fever. Must be covered. Burning hot,
especially the face, when covered but chilly as soon as uncovered. Chill
with thirst and heat without thirst. Paroxysm of fever in the morning. Irritable, sensitive. Impatient and angry. Intolerant to odors, noise or
light. Nausea with fever. Angry when consoled.