Have you ever wondered why man was the last thing God created after creating plants, animals, etc? The answer is because he knows that through all he created before a man shall man survive including herbs that shall help keep us healthy and fit.
Our forefathers understood this ideology better than us and they really exploited these herbs thereby having more incredible longevity than we in this present generation.
In this article, you shall learn how to treat typhoid and a lot of other health issues using just Papaya leaf and a bulb Onion.
It is caused by a bacteria named Salmonella typhi. Though this medical condition is not that common in industrialized countries. However, it remains a severe life-threatening one in developing nations like Nigeria, especially for children.
This disease normally spreads through contaminated food and water or through close contact with an infected person.
Symptoms usually include high fever, headache, abdominal pain, and diarrhea a times constipation.
How to treat using onions and pawpaw leaf
Mostly used in cooking contains a lot of health advantageous properties including Vitamins and minerals. They also contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. They are also known to contain properties capable of making the immune system strong.
They are rich in enzymes like papain and chymopapain, these enzymes aid digestion and prevent several digestive disorders. It also contains strong alkaloid compounds like karpain which works effectively against fighting dandruff and balding when used in hair washing. Pawpaw leaves are also rich sources of vitamins A, B, C, E, K and minerals like calcium, magnesium, sodium magnesium, and iron.
All you need is a pawpaw leaf, a big bulb of onion, and water.
When you pluck pawpaw leaf, wash it very well and put in a pot.
Add the onion, then water, and boil for 20 minutes.
When done, allow cooling. Then drink.
It is normally bitter, hence honey may be added to the taste.
1 cup daily for 7 days.
This tea is also capable of quelling conditions like malaria and menstrual pain.
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