Dengue hemorrhagic fever treatment using alternative medicine
by Allan R. Librando M.D.
(Librando Biomedical Clinic, Cebu City, Philippines)
Dengue Hemorrhagic fever is a viral infection that medical doctors knew as a self limiting disease. Meaning, the virus has its own lifespan and dies off.
What makes dengue dangerous is its side effect and that is damage to the capillary blood vessels and platelet reduction leading to fatal bleeding coupled with liver and spleen inflammation.
In the past 12 years, I had lots of very encouraging results with my use of Cinnamomum homaccord ampoule from Heel laboratories, taken orally. It has saved countless of Dengue fever patients even those who were already in the ICU, with the ampoule content given orally every 4 hourly to a maximum of 10 dosages. It somehow heals the capillary bleeding thereby preventing platelet destruction and promoting well being to the patient.
Lately, I came to know about an algae, Chlorella sorokiniana (Cryptomonadales). It contains three PPARs ligands and has specificity for inflammations in the muscles, blood vessels, liver cells and fat tissues. Its natural intracellular detoxifying ability coupled with its peroxixome proliferator and activators and its anti inflammatory effect makes it a very good supplement to my use of Cinnamomum Homaccord ampoule in treating the morbid effects of Dengue fever infection.
Together with the cinnamomum homaccord, I have started using Chlorrela sorokiniana (cryptomonadales tablet) at 1 tablet(200mg) to 3 tablets a day for every 5 kg body weight for 7 days. For adults I used 5 to 10 tablets 3 times daily on empty stomach for 7 days. With the use of cryptomonadales oral tablets patient outcome is really very encouraging. They don't feel weak anymore after their first 2 dosages, platelet increases after 6 - 8 hours and they start to ask for food and water.
The use of both homeopathic medicines and natural algae food supplement makes the treatment for dengue morbid symptoms cost effective and encouraging. In fact, most of my patients were never admitted in the hospitals. They were only encouraged to have a regular twice daily laboratory blood test for proper monitoring of platelet count. .... October 22, 2010