Bitter Melon Therapy for the Treatment of STIs and STDs
It is widely believed that medicinal plants are used to treat different kinds of diseases and infections. Are you suffering from severe sexually transmitted infections? This might be the solution you’ve been looking for.
In this article, we will be looking at the Bitter Melon. This type of medicinal plant is believed to be effective in treating STIs, as it has anti-tumor, antiviral, as well as immune system boosting properties. Most people across the world eat Bitter Melon because they believe it cleanses the blood and enhances the immune system.
Before we go deep into this topic of discourse, it is appropriate we have a proper understanding of the bitter melon therapy and its usefulness in treating STIs and other infections.
Bitter Melon Therapy
Bitter melon is a vegetable consumed in most Asian countries including India. The seeds and fruit are usually used to make medicine. It is very helpful in treating stomach and intestinal problems, diabetes, enhances menstruation in females, and many other health challenges.
It usage can be prepared by extracting juices from fruits and fresh leaves, and adding clean water to the juice in order to regulate its effectiveness.
However, there has not been any established scientific proof to support the use of this plant.
How to Prepare the Bitter Melon Therapy
Bitter melon can be prepared using few methods depending on the type of infection to be treated.
Nevertheless, here are the general steps and ingredients in preparing the Bitter melon therapy.
- Bitter Melon, purified water gives you a fermented corn water.
STEP A: Make sure that the plant tastes bitter, as you may not get the expected result if not bitter. You can slice the bitter melon into small sizes and then remove the melon seeds. After that, put the sliced content into a pot and place on the fire.
STEP B: The fermented corn water should be added to the sliced content in the pot.
STEP C: Place the pot on fire and put to boil for a period of twenty to thirty minutes. In the case of severe STDs, you can add a little quantity of medicinal potash while the pot content is boiling. After intense boiling, bring it down and let it cool.
- Bitter melon, Stout and Medicinal Potash:
The process is same as in STEP A above. The only difference in this process is that you’ll soak the sliced bitter melon into an empty pot or container and then add a little quantity of stout to it. Please bear in mind that you just need the whitish substance in the bara and that you need to slice them into small sizes so that it can easily go through any container you’re using.
One amazing feature of this method is that it helps in the treatment of severe toilet infections, as well as other STDs.
How it Works
The intake of bitter melon can make you purge. That is, you will begin to excrete some mucus-like substances. If this happens, and you find yourself visiting the toilet for over three times in a day, just take a cold bath and eat bread or drink garri.
The bitter melon therapy can be used by both male and female, and within a minimum period of four weeks. I would also like to state that this therapy is not suitable for nursing mothers, pregnant women or even children less than 16 years of age.
Note that all these ingredients contained in this therapy can be gotten from herb sellers in the local market nearest to you.
The required dose of the bitter melon therapy depends on different factors like the age of the user, health condition, and many other several factors.
However, whatever method you choose, you can take a half glass once in every week, but for serious cases, it is advised you take it in every three days.
It is obvious that the bitter melon therapy is a bit reliable in the treatment of STIs and STDs. Nevertheless, it is appropriate to state that there is not sufficient scientific information to advise on the required range of doses for the therapy.
Kindly note that most natural products are not totally reliable hence, dosages are very important. Ensure to follow important and sensitive guide on product labels, and consult a medical practitioner or pharmacist before using.
It is also important to know that this therapy may not be suitable for serious health issues like staphylococcus or other deadly infections.