Home Remedies for MALARIA DIET. Fast on orange juice and water for a few days. Diet is of utmost importance in the treatment of malaria. To begin with, the patient should fast on orange juice and water for a few days, depending on the severity of the fever.
After the fever has subsided, the patient should be placed on an exclusive fresh-fruit diet for the first few days. Milk may then be added to the diet.
Well-balanced diet, emphasis on fresh fruits, and raw vegetables
Thereafter, the patient may gradually embark upon a well-balanced diet of natural foods, with emphasis on fresh fruits, and raw vegetables.
OTHER MALARIA TREATMENT
A warm-water enema should be administered daily during the juice and water fast to cleanse the bowels.
Cold pack application to the whole body
The best way to reduce temperature naturally during the course of the fever is by means of a cold pack, which can be applied to the whole body. This pack is made by wringing out a sheet or any other large square piece of linen material in cold water, wrapping it right round the body and legs of the patient (twice round would be best), and then covering it completely with a small blanket or similar warm material. This pack should be applied every three hours during the day while the temperature is high and kept on for an hour or so. Hot-water bottles may be kept on the feet and against the sides of the body.
Prevent mosquito bites, cleanliness of surrounding areas
Malaria can be prevented by protection against Malaria can be prevented by protection against mosquito bites, cleanliness of surrounding areas, and ensuring that there is no pool of SL.1.gnant water lying around. , and ensuring that there is no pool of stagnant water lying around.