Chikungunya Virus Cure by rudenski .....

*One study found that tannic acid from nutgall apparantly binds to Chikungunya and inhibits the virus. Sources of Tannic Acid: Nutgall, Tea, Nettle, Wood, Berries, Chinese galls. Oak wood is very rich in tannic acid. Oak leaves were also mentioned. Take an iron supplement if using foods with high amounts of tannic acid. Effects of tannic acid and its related compounds upon Chikungunya virus Tannic Acid In-Activates the Chikungunya virus Plants with Phytochemicals

Date:   7/5/2006 7:26:00 AM ( 16 y ago)

Chikungunya is a virus spread by mosquitoes. It is not normally a serious health issue as it only lasts for 3-7 days. The best prevention is to keep the immune system healthy and taking proper precautions to avoid infection. There are several things one can do to prevent bites from mosquitoes and there are ways to relieve body aches and deydration that might come if infected.

The symptoms of chikungunya include fever which can reach 39C, (102.2 F) a petechial or maculopapular rash usually involving the limbs and trunk, and arthralgia or arthritis affecting multiple joints which can be debilitating. There can also be headache, conjunctival injection and slight photophobia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/chikungunya

The mosquito species that transmits the Chikungunya virus is the Aedes albopictus, commonly known as the Asian tiger mosquito or forest mosquito. There being no vaccine or preventive drug for chikungunya at present, the best way to avoid the infection is to control the mosquito population in the region and prevent mosquito bites.
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Last year, several members of the Iowa State University Department of Entomology presented the results of a study on common catnip. Among their conclusions was the fact that an essential oil in catnip is 10 times more effective at repelling mosquitoes than potent chemicals such as DEET.
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There are many ways to cure and prevent chikungunya. It takes being conscious of what is causing the problem, eliminating risks, and watching one's diet and hygiene;

*Eat a healthy diet with mostly raw vegetables and most fruits

*Avoid bannanas, chocolates, yogurt as they attract mosquitoes

*Wear long pants and socks with closed shoes during mosquito season

* Vitamin B Complex will help prevent bites

* Avoid dairy as dairy plugs up the elimination system

* Bathe with unscented soap and shampoo to avoid attracting mosquitoes

* Avoid wheat products if the virus infection is coming on

*Use catnip, rosemary, and neem oil to spray on exposed areas of skin (I would add lavender for aroma improvement)
*Make a bath with the above essential oils

*Avoid going out of doors during the greatest risk times at dusk and dawn, or at least cover the legs, arms, and feet during the early moring and evening

*Avoid sugary drinks and alcohol

*Eliminate standing water in your area(put a few drops of neem oil or catnip oil in pools of water to prevent eggs from hatching)

*Eliminating table salt and adding sea salt to salt foods will mineralize the body and improve toxin elimination threrefore improvie the immune response

*Drinking 6-8 glasses of clean water every day will clear the elimination system and help prevent or eliminate the virus more efficiently if infected

* I would also add one drop of wild oregano oil to a shot glass of carrot juice or some other strong juice if I was fully infected,

*Amp up on Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and try Golden Seal if infected

*Drink green tea for relief

*I would also drink unsweetened fruit juice or vegetable juice with
a teaspoon of raw apple cider vinegar with a dash of cayenne, turmeric, and cinamon to provide good flora and PH balance to speed up recovery.

*MSM or Glucosamine are supplements that could help with body aches.

*If you have access to the herb Boneset herb also called comfrey, knitbone, Snake Root, and blackwort, it is a very good anti-inflamatory and excellent for body aches
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*One study found that tannic acid from nutgall apparantly binds to Chikungunya and inhibits the virus. Sources of Tannic Acid: Nutgall, Tea, Nettle, Wood, Berries, Chinese galls. Oak wood is very rich in tannic acid. Oak leaves were also mentioned. Take an iron supplement if using foods with high amounts of tannic acid.

Effects of tannic acid and its related compounds upon Chikungunya virus
http://diglib.tums.ac.ir/pub/magmng/pdf/97.pdf

Tannic Acid In-Activates the Chikungunya virus
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uid...

Plants with Phytochemicals
http://www.phytochemicals.info/phytochemicals/tannic-acid.php


Vaccines are deadly to many people. I would take my chances with Chikungunya and the fever and body aches before I put a possibly deadly vaccine in my body.

 

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