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Chicken Pox

About the Illness

Chickenpox is a mild virus infection common to children.
Symptoms will develop 2-3 weeks after a child has been exposed to another child with the disease.
Children are infectious for 1-2 days before spots appear and then for another 5 days afterwards.

Common Symptoms

Symptoms begin with a low grade fever, loss of appetite and decreased activity; about 2 days later the child will develop an itchy rash of red, pimple-like spots (some children only get a few); spots turn to clear blisters that break open and scab. The child will generally continue to get new bumps for about 4 more days; all sores should crust over in about 6 days. By this time the child is no longer contagious; it may take another 1-2 weeks for all the scabs to finally heal.

Herbal Therapy

You can help relieve the discomfort of the itching and boost the immune system by using one of the following remedies:

Melia azedarach Infusion good for all

Crush and soak a handful of leaves in 3 ltr warm water for 3 hours.
Put aside some liquid to take as medicine then bathe the child in the remaining mixture.
Drink as follows: 6-10 yrs: 1/4 glass 3x daily for 7 days; 2-6 yrs: 3 tbsp 3x daily; up to 2 yrs: 1 tbsp 3x daily.
The blisters should clear in 2-3 days.

Cymbopogon citratus Tea and Inhalation good for all

Bring 2 handfuls of leaves to the boil in 3 ltr water.
Perform a steam inhalation and then drink as follows: 6-10 yrs: 1/4 glass 4x daily; 2-6 yrs 3 tbsp 4x daily; up to 2 yrs: 1 tbsp 4x daily.

Orange & Lemon Leaf Tea and Inhalation good for all

Bring a handful of each type of leaf to the boil in 3 ltr water.
Perform a steam inhalation and then drink as follows: 2-10 yrs: 1/4 glass 3x daily; up to 2 yrs: 3 tbsp 3x daily.

Food and Nutrition Advice

  • Drink plenty of liquids.
  • Eat vitamin-rich foods (especially green vegetables).
  • Eat protein-rich foods (but avoid red meat and big fish).

Body Work and General Advice

  • Wear light, loose clothing.
  • Try to keep child from scratching.
  • Cut fingernails very short to stop scratching and infection.
  • If scabs get infected keep them clean.
  • Keep your child at home to avoid infecting other children.

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