Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Cure for Dengue - Papaya leaf juice

Dengue Fever Remedy
I would like to share this interesting discovery from a friend's classmate's son who has just recovered from dengue fever. Apparently, his son was  in the critical stage at the ICU when his blood platelet count drops to 15 after 15 liters of blood transfusion.
His father was so worried that he seeks another friend's recommendation and his son was saved. He confessed to me that he gave his son raw juice of
the papaya leaves. From a platelet count of 45 after 20 liters of blood transfusion, and after drinking the raw papaya leaf juice, his platelet
count jumps instantly to 135. Even the doctors and nurses were surprised.
After the second day he was discharged. So he asked me to pass this good  news around.
Accordingly it is raw papaya leaves, 2pcs just cleaned and pound and squeeze with filter cloth. You will only get one tablespoon per leaf.. So two  tablespoon per serving once a day. Do not boil or cook or rinse with hot water, it will loose its strength. Only the leafy part and no stem or sap.
It is very bitter and you have to swallow it like "Won Low Kat". But it works.
*Papaya Juice - Cure for Dengue*
You may have heard this elsewhere but if not I am glad to inform you that papaya juice is a natural cure for dengue fever. As dengue fever is  rampant now, I think it's good to share this with all.
A friend of my friend had dengue last year.. It was a very serious situation for her as her platelet count had dropped to 28,000 after 3 days in  hospital and water has started to fill up her lung. She had difficulty in breathing. She was only 32-year old. Doctor says there's no cure for  dengue. We just have to wait for her body immune system to build up resistance against dengue and fight its own battle. She already had 2 blood
transfusion and all of us were praying very hard as her platelet continued to drop since the first day she was admitted.
Fortunately her mother-in-law heard that papaya juice would help to reduce the fever and got some papaya leaves, pounded them and squeeze the juice  out for her. The next day, her platelet count started to increase, her fever subside. We continued to feed her with papaya juice and she recovered
after 3 days!!!
Amazing but it's true. It's believed one's body would be overheated when one is down with dengue and that also caused the patient to have fever  papaya juice has cooling effect. Thus, it helps to reduce the level of heat in one's body, thus the fever will go away. I found that it's also good  when one is having sore throat or suffering from heat.
Please spread the news about this as lately there are many dengue cases.
It's great if such natural cure could help to ease the sufferings of  dengue patients.
Furthermore it's so easily available.
Blend them and squeeze the juice! It's simple and miraculously effective!!

Monday, October 1, 2012

How Mobile Will Change Business

In the near future, developers say car apps will be big and Facebook may be the social network of the past.


How do you unseat a Goliath like Facebook? The strategy in a nutshell: Think mobile.
According to a survey conducted by Appcelerator and research firm IDC, more than 66% of mobile developers believe that start-ups have a fighting chance against Facebook--if they go mobile first.
"Developers are highlighting a cautionary note that all businesses should pay attention to: Mobile has the power to reshape entire industries and these changes will be swift," the survey reads. "It is not enough to port elements of your existing business model over to mobile. Staying competitive in the era of mobility requires fundamentally re-envisioning traditional business models through a mobile-first lens."
It's worth noting that there have been some attempts already to chip away at Facebook's dominance via mobile apps: fast-growing social network Path is one, which the survey doesn't mention. But these are still early days. The survey's larger point is that every business--not just those in the social media space--will need to take a mobile-first approach in the coming years.
The report surveyed 5,526 mobile developers from August 22-28, 2012 on their perceptions of the mobile space and its future integration with social media and the cloud. According to Appcelerator and IDC, this report compiles the world's largest mobile developer survey conducted to date.
Respondents also weighed in on future mobile predictions: 84% believe they will be building apps for television by 2015 and 74% of developers say they will be building apps for cars by the same date. Above all, most respondents acknowledged the speed at which mobile development is growing and highlighted its importance in the small business community.
"Mobile provides enterprises with an unprecedented opportunity to transform their relationships and build towards competitive advantage--even faster than was possible when Web technologies emerged," the survey says.
But be warned: Mobile "will also leave a wake of casualties among companies that underestimate the speed of disruption."