Complementary and Alternative Healing University
中藥詞典  Chinese Herb Dictionary   Search this site    在本網站找資料

Dengue Fever (DF)     登革熱

Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF)   按此看登革熱中药治法

These Chinese herb formulae listed are much more effective than the modern Western medical therapy.

Edited by: Joe Hing Kwok Chu

Dengue fever is an acute infectious disease caused by a virus and transmitted by the Aedes or yellow fever mosquito. It usually occurs in tropical or subtropical  climates. Symptoms include headache, fever, and intense joint pain. The symptoms usually last about a week.   Fever usually subsides after 2 to 4 days then after 1 to 2 days it rises again, and followed by a generalized rash.  The hemorrhagic form of the disease, when serious, can be fatal. The disease spreads rapidly. The mortality is low.

There is no specific treatment. Traditional Western therapy includes supportive therapy and centers on management of fluid and electrolyte balance, prevention and treatment of shock, treatment of coagulation disorders and therapy for secondary bacterial infection.

In traditional Chinese medicine, dengue fever can be considered and treated as wen (warm) sickness.

Using traditional Chinese diagnostics and herb therapy, the results are better than using modern drug therapy.

Click here for: Traditional Chinese  diagnostics and herb formulae


Click here to see repelling mosquitoes 按此看避蚊法


Search this site

Problems with website? Please Click here for comment. (Not for inquiry )    

Click here for inquiry

Copyright Notice 按此看關於版權問題

Sponsors' Ads by Google 以下為谷歌 所提供之廣告

A manuscript... writing, translating and proofreading  in progress

List of Health Problems

Qigong (chi kung)

Toxicity of Some Herbs

Side Effect of Some Herbs

Herbs that can be toxic to kidneys

Traditional Chinese Medicine


TCM Diagnosis


Samples of Formulae

Terms of Traditional Chinese Medicine


Chinese Herb Dictionary

Qigong classes

Prescribed Drug Dictionary

Email our web master for  your suggestion (not for inquiry)

Biochemistry Dictionary


Qigong classes


Research Librarian


copy right




Weather Report


Last update: Nov 9,2014; 11 pm; LAH