Dengue Fever and DXN Ganocelium (GL)

Jane's Opinion on Dengue Fever:


What is Dengue Fever?

Dengue fever is an infectious disease. It is a virus that is carried within Aedes mosquitoes that are mostly found in humid climate countries like tropical regions of the globe. It can cause high fevers, headaches, rashes and pain throughout the body. Although dengue fever can be very painful, it doesn't usually kill people. Most people start feeling better after several days and recover fully in a couple of weeks. 

Basically, dengue hemorrhagic fever is a kind of virus that attacks the blood vessels of the body, causing ruptures and bleeding internally without being noticed in the febrile phase of the disease. Overlooking the symptoms and without proper management will cause more ruptures happening in the body, subsequently using up all the platelets in the body. That is why the measurement of this infection is through a blood test that shows a sudden decrease in the number of platelet in the blood. It can hit the platelet as low as below 10 x 109/L (normal platelet level: 150-400 x 109/L).

Aedes mosquitoes usually have black and white stripe markings on their body and legs. They usually bite only during the day, especially at dawn and at dusk.

Nevertheless, in some cases, dengue fever can turn into something more serious known as dengue hemorrhagic fever. This can cause bleeding, vomiting, belly pain, bone and muscle pain and even death. People with dengue hemorrhagic fever need to be treated immediately.

Dengue fever is common in tropical and subtropical climates. It is a big problem in some countries in Latin America and Southeast Asia. Dengue fever is rare in the United States but it can happen. 



How Do People Get Dengue Fever?

When a mosquito bites a person who has a dengue fever, the mosquito becomes infected with the disease as a carrier. It can then spread the disease to other people by biting them. 

Dengue fever is not contagious, so it can't spread directly from person to person. Since different viruses can cause dengue fever, someone can get the disease more than once (i.e. You can't be vaccinated). 

What Are The Signs and Symptoms?


Dengue is also sometimes called "breakbone fever", which might give you an idea of how painful it can be. The disease isn't actually breaking any bones but it can feel like it is because of the joint and muscle pain. 

Symptoms of dengue fever usually appear 4 to 7 days after someone has been infected. Some people infected with the virus won't have any symptoms if their immune system is very strong. Others will have symptoms for 3 to 10 days before getting better. 

A person with dengue fever may notice these things:
  • high fever (above 39 °C /102.2 °F Fahrenheit) 
  • pain behind the eyes and in the joints, muscles, and/or bones
  • severe headache
  • rashes may appear 7 to 10 days after the fever
  • bleeding from the nose or gums
  • bruises that form easily
  • nausea and vomiting

A person with these symptoms need attention immediately. If dengue hemorrhagic fever is not treated right away, a person can have heavy bleeding internally and a drop in blood pressure and could even die. My professional advice is that once an individual detects such symptoms, he can consume DXN Ganocelium (GL) immediately without further hesitation, even before any medical attention. 

How is Dengue Fever Treated? 

For mild cases, we are usually recommended to drink plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration, getting lots of rest, and taking DXN GL  to relieve the fever and pain. Most importantly it is to prevent dengue fever deterioration. 

Most cases of dengue fever will go away within a couple of weeks and won't cause any long-term complications. However dengue hemorrhagic fever requires hospitalization, intravenous (IV) fluids, and close monitoring. That's why it's really important to call a doctor or go to the ER if symptoms are severe or get worse in the first day or two after the fever goes away. 



There is still no known effective cure or vaccine for dengue so far. The patients are admitted to the hospitals for symptomatic treatment. Blood transfusion is needed when the platelet counts drops to abnormal level. In severe dengue hemorrhagic fever, even with blood transfusion is unable to raise the platelet count.

Death toll from dengue is actually preventable! Treatment of Dengue fever and dengue hemorrhagic fever, we need to solve the root of the problem by enhancing the immune system to eliminate virus. When there is no virus, there will be no damage to the minute blood vessels; therefore there will be no bleeding. At the same time we need to stimulate the bone marrow to increase the platelet counts at a rapid rate.


I have been using DXN GL to treat dengue fever since 2001 with effective results, even among the children and babies.


The Medicinal Principles of DXN GL in Dengue Treatment:

For mild cases, we are usually recommended to drink plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration, getting lots of Polysaccharides in ganoderma mycelium increases the interferon level in the body, thus enhances the immune system to eliminate virus. When there is no virus, there is no damage to blood vessels, thus bleeding points are reduced and platelets will not be wasted to cover the bleeding points. At the same time, Polysaccharides stimulate the bone marrow to replenish the platelet counts at a rapid rate. 

My Experience in Treating Dengue Fever


One of my patients who were admitted to hospital with confirmed dengue hemorrhagic fever with platelet count at 122, when her platelet count dropped rapidly to 9. She had 5 pints of blood but she had no sign of recovery. She had all the signs of bleeding like rashes and bleeding gum. The doctor gave another 6 pints of blood and yet her platelet counts only increased to 13. Her condition was critical. 


She started on 10 capsules of GL hourly. On the third hour, she felt physically better and regained her strength to get up off the bed. She was bed ridden when her platelet count was at 9. The next morning (7 hours later) after taking 70 capsules of GL, her platelets increased to 47. She soon recovered from dengue hemorrhagic fever and she was discharged from the hospital soon after. 


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9 comments:

  1. Asia's Rising Dengue Threat:

    http://www.asiasentinel.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2652&Itemid=594

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  3. Malaysia's dengue death rate spirals 53 percent this year:
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  8. Taking rest and eating papaya is the best way of recovering from the disease. I was affected by dengue twice and natural remedy played a vital role for me. diseases by mosquitoes

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