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Plant to Treat Dysentery

Dysentery is an inflammation of the large intestine characterized by abdominal pain and watery bowel movements that continually (diarrhea) is mixed with mucus and blood. Based on the cause dysentery can be divided into two Basiler amoebic dysentery and dysentery. The most common cause is an infection of the parasite Entamoeba histolytica causes amoebic dysentery and Shigella infections class bacteria that cause dysentery Basiler.

These germs can spread and infect other people through food and water contaminated dirt and flies.
Hystolytica Entamoeba parasites live in the large intestine, the parasite has two forms, namely forms of movement and form that is not moving. Shaped parasites that do not move does not cause symptoms, whereas the shape that moves when attacking the intestinal wall can cause heartburn sufferers, flatulence, increased body temperature, as well as diarrhea containing blood and mucus, but not too frequent diarrhea.
Basiler dysentery usually attack arrived about two days after intruding germs / bacteria Shigella. The symptoms are fever, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea and no appetite. If not addressed, two or three days later out of blood, mucus or pus in the stool of the patient. In Basiler dysentery, patients experiencing severe diarrhea that is watery stools out to 20-30 times a day to become weak, thin and sunken eyes due to lack of body fluids (dehydration). It can not be underestimated, because if not addressed can lead to dehydration and death. Other symptoms are stomach ache and cramp.

Preventive measures that can be done to anticipate dysentery which considering healthy lifestyles and clean, like always maintain the cleanliness of food and drink from contamination of dirt and insects carrying the bacteria, keeping the environment clean, to clean hands properly after defecation or before eating or when holding the food to be eaten.

Medicinal plants that can be used to help overcome dysentery and diarrhea among others, have effect as adstringent, can shrink the mucous membranes of the intestine thus reducing the discharge of diarrhea and dysentery, as well as it also has anti-inflammatory effects, and antibacterial.


There are several traditional natural medicine to treat dysentery, among others:
  • 50 grams of leaf earrings (Acalypha australis Linn.) That have been dried boiled with 2 cups water to boiling, after a cold drink four times a day until healed
  • 500 g Banyan, Ficus benyamina L, washed, boiled in 3 cups of water until remaining 1 glass. After chilling filtered, divided for 2 times drinks, morning and afternoon, each 1 / 2 cup.
  • Puree 10-15 Brucea javanica [L.] Merr until smooth, then put into capsules. Drink this mixture once after a meal. Do it 3 times a day, for 7-10 days.
  • 10 flowers of Gomphrena globose Linn boiled with 2 cups water to boil. Taken once a day until healed
  • Boil 20 g of leaves or roots of Lagerstroemia indicct L in three cups of water until the remaining half. Once cool, strain and filter drinking water, three times a day, each 1/2 cup.
  • 30 g of fresh leaves of Desmodium triquetrum [L.] DC, washed, crushed. Brewed with 3/4 cup hot water, let stand for 15 minutes. Add salt to taste. Strain and drink as well.
  • 10 pieces of fruit skin of Rambutan - Nephelium lappaceum L, boiled with 600 cc of water until the remaining half. Once cool, strain and drink twice a day, once drank 200 cc.
  • 7 leaves of Hemigraphis colorata Hall boiled with a glass of water to boil for 15 minutes. Once cool, strain and drink as well. Do it 2-3 times a day.
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