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Natural Remedies for Scarlet Fever, Ayurvedic Medicines, Herbal Cure

Scarlet fever


Scarlet fever or scarlatina is characterised by high temperature of the body, a sore throat, and a diffused red rash all over the skin of the body. Modem medicine believes the fever is caused by an in. faction to which children are particularly susceptible. The onset of the fever is sudden, the temperature rising to l04?P in a few hours with the skin eruptions be ginning to appear within 24 hours. It takes about a week to subside. A serious complication that may arise is the inflammation of the kidneys particularly during the period when the patient is convalescing. The fever may return and the kidneys may refuse to function resulting in stoppage of urine and consequent uraemia.
Scarlet fever is a volcanic form of spring cleaning I that nature undertakes in certain cases. As in other diseases, the predisposition caused by wrong feeding habits is the real cause.

Herbal Cure Pack for Scarlet fever

Yakrit Plihantak Churna Sanjeevani Vati
Yakrit Plihantak Churna Sanjeevani Vati
1 Pack 2 Bottles

1 Month Supply

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The above pack is for 30 days. Following is the dosage details:

Yakrit Plihantak Churna - 1 teaspoon twice daily
Sanjeevani Vati - 2 tablet thrice daily.


The treatment is the same as indicated in other fevers. When the rash of scarlet fever starts peeling-and the process is likely to continue three weeks after the temperature has come down to normal epsom salts bath, twice or thrice In a week will help the patient to recover quicker.

If epsom salt is not available, common salt will do. A kilogramme of common salt should be put in a tubful of water the temperature of which should be 102? to 104?F. The patient-should be made to lie in it for half an hour. He should be given a glass of cold water to drink before he gets' into the bath and a cold towel should be used to wrap his head. Such a bath is also useful in cases of rheumatism when there is no fever present.