Malaria continues to kill hundreds of thousands each year and creates disability and illness in many more. While some gains against it have been achieved in recent years, WHO and health agencies are concerned that increasing drug resistance and mutations will lead to its resurgence and spread.
Governments in some countries choose to use homeopathy to treat and prevent mosquito-borne diseases, malaria being one of them. In comparison to conventional treatments, the homeopathic option has an excellent safety record, is inexpensive, and does not lead to parasite resistance or mutations. Read how it is being used for problems such as dengue fever, Japanese encephalitis, chikungunya and even malaria, in India, Thailand, Colombo, Brazil, Cuba and Africa.
More Information: Let’s Look at Homeopathic Immunisation (Homeoprophylaxis)
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