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Malaria Prevention

We will be travelling to Botswana, Southern Africa. I do not wish to prevent malaria with antimalarials for the significant side effects, and wish information how to do so with homeopathy please.
  Snowi_d on 2012-10-26
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I have been successful in CURING Dengue which is now Pandemic in Sri Lanka today with over 95 fatalities officially recorded in government hospitals.

The remedy I use is Eupatorium Perfoliatum 200 in the Wet dose which has had 100% success, in my experience of over 250+ cases I have treated.

A Nigerian Homeopath who visited me a few months ago informed me that they too were using this same remedy for Dengue with the same success rate. He surprised me by informing me that they had used the same remedy on patients suffering from Malaria and had got the same 100% results.

There is no Malaria in Sri Lanka where I live, today but you are advised to get Eupat Perf 200 in the Liquid Dilution in a small 5ml pack and take it with you to Botswana to be mixed into the Wet dose made as per instructions below. The dosage is a capful or 5ml taken every 3 hours.

This remedy may be taken anti Dengue and Chikungunya twice weekly to provide prophylaxis against these 3 mosquito borne diseases which can be fatal judging by our own records in Sri Lanka.
Joe De Livera 9 years ago
I failed to add that this remedy is also very effective in treating Fevers of Viral origin.
Joe De Livera 9 years ago

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