A Natural Approach To Health
Living With Rheumatic Fever
I had a question the other day about rheumatic fever.
To deal with rheumatic fever it’s helpful to:
*Drink 6-8 cups of purified water and fresh juices every day to hydrate your cells.
*Bayberry bark, burdock root, milk thistle, nettle, pau d’arco, and yellow dock purify your blood, fight infection, and help with recuperation after the trauma of illness.
*Birch leaves help to reduce pain.
*Catnip tea is also a nerve tonic.
*Cordyceps, a Chinese herb, is beneficial for your heart. It can slow your heart rate, increase blood supply to your arteries and heart, and lower blood pressure.
*Dandelion has a long history in the treatment of fever.
*Hawthorn leaf, myrrh gum, and red clover detoxify and deacidify your blood.
*Wintergreen oil can be applied to your chest in compress form to relieve pain.
*Eat no solid food until the fever subsides and joint pain begins to ease. Then keep to a light diet, including fresh fruits and vegetables, yogurt, cottage cheese, and fruit juices.
*Don’t consume any caffeine, carbonated soft drinks, fried foods, processed or refined foods, salt, or sugar in any form during the recovery period. These foods slow healing.
*Get plenty of bed rest. This is vital for recovery.
*If antibiotics are prescribed, take Optiflora (see below) following antibiotic treatment to replace the needed “friendly” bacteria. Antibiotics are usually necessary to fight the underlying Streptococcus infection and help prevent permanent heart damage.
*Don’t give aspirin to a child with a fever. Use acetaminophen or ibuprofen instead.
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