Vedic - Bharangi / Bhargi # Turk's Turbon # Clerodendron serratum # Therapeutic - Bronchial asthma, Malarial fever, catarrhal affections, cough, dropsy, cholera, fistula, sores, , rheumatism, tuberculosis cough, skin diseases, nervine ulcers. IS SHARMA

Vedic - Bharangi / Bhargi # Turk's Turbon # Clerodendron serratum # Therapeutic - Bronchial asthma, Malarial fever, catarrhal affections, cough, dropsy, cholera, fistula, sores, , rheumatism, tuberculosis cough, skin diseases, nervine ulcers. IS SHARMA

Malarial fever, resisted cases of malaria ,body ache and intermittent fever.

Malarial fever, resisted cases of malaria ,body ache and intermittent fever.

1927- Julius Wagner-Jauregg- Austria- "for his discovery of the therapeutic value of malaria inoculation in the treatment of dementia paralytica".He injected malaria parasites to induce fever for patients with dementia from tertiary syphilis but it was dangerous, killing about 15% of patients, so it fell out of use. Even though his first wife was Jewish, later in life he supported Nazism and became anti-Semitic and an advocate for eugenics which degraded his public recognition. Source…

1927- Julius Wagner-Jauregg- Austria- "for his discovery of the therapeutic value of malaria inoculation in the treatment of dementia paralytica".He injected malaria parasites to induce fever for patients with dementia from tertiary syphilis but it was dangerous, killing about 15% of patients, so it fell out of use. Even though his first wife was Jewish, later in life he supported Nazism and became anti-Semitic and an advocate for eugenics which degraded his public recognition. Source…

Northern born and raised, Confederate Brigadier General Johnson Kelly Duncan died December 18th1862 from malaria fever.

Northern born and raised, Confederate Brigadier General Johnson Kelly Duncan died December 18th1862 from malaria fever.

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#dyk The name for the Fever tree, comes from its tendency to grow in swampy areas. Early European settlers in the region noted that malarial fever was contracted in areas with these trees. It is now understood that malarial fever is spread by mosquitos living in the swampy areas that often support this tree species, and not by the tree species itself.

#dyk The name for the Fever tree, comes from its tendency to grow in swampy areas. Early European settlers in the region noted that malarial fever was contracted in areas with these trees. It is now understood that malarial fever is spread by mosquitos living in the swampy areas that often support this tree species, and not by the tree species itself.

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Did you know that #FeverTree photosynthesizes through its bark?  This tree is native to eastern and southern Africa and it tends to grow in swampy areas: early European settlers noted that malarial fever was contracted in

Did you know that #FeverTree photosynthesizes through its bark? This tree is native to eastern and southern Africa and it tends to grow in swampy areas: early European settlers noted that malarial fever was contracted in

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Vedic - Lahasun /Lasun # Garlic # Allium sativum # Therapeutic - Malarial fever, flatulence, epilepsy, tuberculosis, ulcer, ear trouble, anti septic, skin diseases, bone ulcer, chronic cough, asthma, bronchitis,  Indigestion, heart tonic. IS SHARMA

Vedic - Lahasun /Lasun # Garlic # Allium sativum # Therapeutic - Malarial fever, flatulence, epilepsy, tuberculosis, ulcer, ear trouble, anti septic, skin diseases, bone ulcer, chronic cough, asthma, bronchitis, Indigestion, heart tonic. IS SHARMA

Shikakai (Acacia concinna) <ul><li>An infusion of the leaves is used in malarial fever. A decoction of the pods relieves b...

Shikakai (Acacia concinna) <ul><li>An infusion of the leaves is used in malarial fever. A decoction of the pods relieves b...

The Malarial Fevers of Baltimore : An analysis of 616 cases of malarial fever, with special reference to the relations existing between different types of haematozoa and different types of fever - Thayer, William Sydney and John Hewetson - 1895 - An thorough, significant study by William Sydney Thayer, distinguished physician and friend of Osler, and malaria researcher John Hewetson, both of Johns Hopkins, which demonstrates the understanding of malaria at the close of the…

The Malarial Fevers of Baltimore : An analysis of 616 cases of malarial fever, with special reference to the relations existing between different types of haematozoa and different types of fever - Thayer, William Sydney and John Hewetson - 1895 - An thorough, significant study by William Sydney Thayer, distinguished physician and friend of Osler, and malaria researcher John Hewetson, both of Johns Hopkins, which demonstrates the understanding of malaria at the close of the…

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