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by Pratima Srivastava, 15 Nov 2022

Malaria is a contagious disease and it has had strong roots for ages. But it almost vanished from western region countries. It remains in developing and underdeveloped countries. India is a fast-growing developing country but still, we make half of the burden in South East Asia through malarial cases. 

Why India Still Face Malaria:

We are the second most populated country in the world. And our health system always fails to bear an emergency medical burden. Today we are facing global pandemic COVID-19 but in 1950 India has already suffered from its holoendemic malaria with 75 million reported cases and 0.8 million deaths per year. And since then we are suffering from this perilous disease.

As A Developing Country What Makes Us To Fail:

  1. Our poor sanitation and hygiene
  2.  Highly variable malaria profile
  3.  The transmission and overlap of multiple Plasmodium species and Anopheles vectors, 
  4.  Increasing antimalarial drug resistance and insecticide resistance, and
  5.  The impact of climate change on each of these variables.

What Is This Brutal Disease:

Malaria is a mosquito-borne infectious disease caused by various species of parasitic protozoan microorganisms called Plasmodium. It is transmitted by the bite of a mosquito Anopheles that affects humans and other animals. The transmitted mosquito is a female which takes blood meals for egg production and these blood meals are the link between the human and the mosquito \hosts in the parasite life cycle. 

Life Cycle Of Malaria

  1. When a mosquito bite an infected person, a small amount of blood is taken in which contain microscopic malaria parasites
  2. Nearly 1 week later, when the mosquito takes next blood meals then these parasites mix with the mosquito's saliva and are injected into the person being bitten
  3. The sporozoites travel into the body and accumulate in the liver.
  4. These initially multiply within the liver, by damaging the liver and rupturing the blood cells in the body. 

Sign And Symptoms

  1. Fever, fatigue, chills, vomiting, and headaches,
  2. Diarrhoea, anaemia and muscle pain,
  3. Profuse sweating and convulsions
  4. Bloody stools.
  5. In severe cases, malaria can be devastating; it can lead to seizures, coma and eventually, death.

 What Is The Role Of Our Immunity In Malaria:

Our body has its own defence system through immunity. In case of the malarial infection, our Innate Immunity and Acquired Immunity play a major role. Let’s understand them what they do:

  1. Innate Immunity- The innate immune system functions as the first line of defence by controlling parasite growth and regulating the development of adaptive immunity.
  2. Adaptive Immunity- Adaptive Immunity is immunity that occurs after exposure to an antigen either from a pathogen or a vaccination.

Now, we understand the importance of immunity for our body and to maintain the regulation of the immunity we focus on diet, exercise but along with the natural supplements must add. Because supplements work synergically with exercise and diet. Try! AYUSH 64 ANTI-MALARIAL IMMUNITY TABLET FOR IMMUNITY BOOST & FEVER PROTECTION


It is a potent Ayurvedic formulation as per Ayush Ministry Guidelines for fever and anti-malarial protection. With powerful germicidal action, it combats malarial parasites, prevents worm infestations, fights virulent pathogens, and safeguards against fever, flu and fatigue. Packed with anti-inflammatory antioxidants properties. it detoxifies and rejuvenates energy and strength. A potent immuno-stimulant that empowers the body’s resilience against infections and boosts overall immunity.

AYUSH 64 ANTI-MALARIAL IMMUNITY TABLET is a natural blend of plant extracts packed with the goodness of Chirayata, Kutki and Saptaparni.

Administration of AYUSH 64 ANTI-MALARIAL IMMUNITY TABLET:  Take 1 or 2 capsules twice a day orally, even take a recommendation from a Physician.

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Preventions Better Than Cure

This is a deadly chronic disease every year thousands of people die due to malaria. It's better to take precautions before treatment. Here are the precautions: 

Keeping yourself infection free is not difficult, just follow the sanitation and hygiene and keep yourself and your family healthy.