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Natural Remedies for Malaria in Nigeria
Malaria is no joke whenever you discuss about it anywhere in Nigeria. It is even evident according to reports that malaria is one of the leading causes of deaths annually in Nigeria especially among children.
The high rates occur due to lack of proper diagnosis and treatment.

On this post, Natural remedy Lab has come to the rescue of those who are eager to know the most effective Natural Remedies for Malaria in Nigeria.

You can get more detailed info on everything you need to know about malaria on our other post: Facts About Malaria in Nigeria

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Symptoms of Malaria

Before we go further in discussing the various Natural Remedies for Malaria in Nigeria; here are the most common symptoms of malaria: fever, chills, loss of appetite, general body weakness, headache, nausea and pain.

Prevention of Malaria

The most effective way to prevent malaria is avoiding any mosquito bite.

Natural Remedies for Malaria in Nigeria
Here are Natural Remedy lab’s collections of most common and effective Natural Remedies for Malaria in Nigeria.

Natural Remedies for Malaria

Common Malaria Remedy Herbs in Nigeria

  • Herbal III in Natural Remedies for Malaria:

Recipe:

Alstonia boonei (Stool wood) / Yoruba (Ahun) / Igbo (Egbuora)-50%
Azadirachta indica (Neem) / Nigeria (Dongoyaro)-30%
Viscum album (Mistletoe)-20%

Solvent: Water
Dosage: 100ml 3 times daily
Application:

After getting the leaves and clean water separately, wash the leaves with water to get rid of foreign bodies. Make a decoction by boiling in clean water for at least 10 minutes. Drink between 60-100ml 3 times daily.

  • Lemon Neem in Natural Remedies for Malaria:
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Recipe:

Cymbopogon citratus (Lemon grass) – 50%
Azadirachta indica (Neem leaves) / Nigeria (Dongoyaro) – 50%

Solvent: Water
Oral Dosage: 100ml 3 times daily
Application:

Leaves should be thoroughly washed to remove foreign properties.

Boil the leaves in water for 10 – 15 minutes with high quantity of clean water.
Part of the decoction should be kept separate for oral administration.
The remaining parts should be kept in a bowl while still hot and the patient should face the bowl in a sitting position.
The patient and the bowl should be fully covered with an air tight blanket for like 5 minutes to ensure he or she sweat profusely.
The concoction should be used to bath when cold.

  • Neem+ in Natural Remedies for Malaria:

Recipe:

Azadirachta indica (Neem leaves) / Nigeria (Dongoyaro)– 50%
Psidium guajava (Guava leaves) – 25%
Magnifera indica (Mango leaves) – 25%

Solvent: Water
Dosage: 100ml 3 times daily
Application:

Wash leaves with clean water to remove foreign properties.

Boil leaves in water for at least 10 – 15 minutes.
Drink from decoction 100-200ml 3 times daily till symptoms disappear.

  • Scent Leaf in Natural Remedies for Malaria in Nigeria:

Recipe:

Ocimum gratissimum (Scent leaf) / Yoruba (Efinrin)

Dosage: 60ml 3 times daily
Application:

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Fresh leaves should be washed clean.

Pound or squeeze out the juice.
Filtrate should be taken in moderate quantity daily.

  • Lemon Stool in Natural Remedies for Malaria:

Alstonia boonei (Stool wood) – 50%
Cymbopogan citratus (Lemon grass) – 50%

Solvent: Water
Dosage: 100ml 3 times daily
Application:

Wash fresh leaves with clean water.

Boil leaves in water for at least 15 minutes
Drink 100-200ml of filtrate 3 times daily

  • Herbal Mix in Natural Remedies for Malaria:

Recipe:

Carica papaya (Pawpaw leaves) – 20%
Azadirachta indica (Neem leaves) / Nigeria (Dongoyaro) – 20%
Anacardum occidentale (Cashew leaves) – 20%
Tilia europoea (Lime leaves) – 10%
Cymbopogan citratus (Lemon grass) – 10%
Magnifera indica (Mango leaves) – 10%

Solvent: Water

Dosage: 100ml 3 times daily
Application:

Wash the leaves properly with clean water.

Boil the leaves with water for at least 15 minutes.
Drink from the concoction 100-200ml 3 times daily.
Take bath with the concoction twice daily.

  • Bitter leaf & Brim in Natural Remedies for Malaria:

Recipe:

Morinda lucida (Brimstone) / Yoruba (Oruwo) / Igbo (Eze ogwu) – 50%
Vernonia amygdalina (Bitter leaf) / Yoruba (Ewuro) / Igbo (Onugbo) / Hausa (Chusar-doki) – 50%

Solvent: Palm wine
Dosage: 100ml 3 times daily
Application:

Leaves should be properly washed with clean water.

Squeeze out the juice of the leaves with palm wine.
Filter to remove residue of leaves.
Drink 100-200ml of filtrate 3 times daily.

  • 7 Herbs in Natural Remedies for Malaria:
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Recipe:

Morinda lucida (Brimstone) / Yoruba (Oruwo) / Igbo (Eze ogwu)
Cymbopogon citratus (Lemon grass)
Carica papaya (Male pawpaw leaves)
Moringa oleifera (Moringa leaves)
Mangifera indica (Mango leaves & bark)
Garcinia kola (Bitter kola powder)
Psidium guajava (Guava leaves)

Solvent: Water
Dosage: 100ml 3 times daily
Application:

Leaves should be properly washed.

Boil all components in water for at least 15 minutes.
Drink from concoction regularly.

This list is just few among the abundant Natural Remedies for Malaria that is readily available and easily made at home in Nigeria. Herbs are effective in prevention and treatment of infections & diseases. It should however be used wisely.

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