Chavda, Mahesh  Only Love Can Make a Miracle book notes in chapter one that,
"Cerebral malaria...fever could affect the brain.  Left untreated, it can kill in 48 hours."
Garlock, HB & Ruthanne - Before We Kill and Eat You - - "Quinine we took to help ward off malaria had the effect of radically disrupting a woman's menstrual cycle, and of course it didn't provide total protection against the fever in any case."

Alternative Medicine

ANAMED, Action for Natural Medicine, Neem in medicine and agriculture -
In India, Nigeria & Haiti, Neem leaves are used for anti-malarial tea.
Artemisinin from sweet wormwood may help kill malaria parasites. 11/2004 Better Nutrition
Artemisia annua L (sweet wormwood) is used by Chinese to kill malaria and is now used as part of American anti-malarial drug therapy (via drug called Coartem). 
Novartis sells to developing countries for $1.00/treatment. 11/15/2006
Artemisinin For Malaria To Cancer (1:22 hr) contributes to 2nd Opinion - CAUTION regarding Asian modalities containing alternative spiritual roots and methods.
Artemisiinin - 7/22/2011
Artemisiinin - - -
TV Series: Kill or Cure? - Malaria: Artemisinin Season 4 Episode 5 - 6/30/2006
"A chemical called artemisinin, which is extracted from the ginghao plant, is providing new hope for millions of malaria sufferers. The plant is grown in vast quantities in China."
Artemisinin-Resistance Containment Project -
2011 WHO Guidelines for the treatment of malaria
-  - - Full Report  - (Part of the RX problem may be that the extract rather than the whole plant is being used as a drug.)
Artemisinin Annua - Survival - The Plant That Cures Malaria - Preview - - Survival
Documentary - Survival - The Plant That Cures Malaria
or from
Malaria: Artemisinin - -
Taking Artemisia tea at 1st symptoms (or adding to infant milk formula) helps symptoms.
Artemisia - - (In addition to malaria) the herb artemisia may help in the treatment of the following: cytomegalo-viruses, Hepatitis B &C, HIV, HPV, Bovine Viral Diarrhea, Bacterial &/or fungal Infections, Schistosomiasis, Leishmaniasis, Clonorchiasis, Coccidia Infections, Toxoplasmosis, and/or Trypanosoma Infections (Chagas).
Artemisia - The Use for Malaria - excellent editorial - Forms of Artesminin
Toxicity and Side Effects - Cautions - Dosage - Product Concerns - Los Angeles
Artemisia -

Artemisia Warnings - If you are allergic to Artemesia, it could cause a heart attack
if you take a higher dose - -
8/2003 - Regarding Lyme Disease, "Dr. (Qingcai)  Zhang  formulated a capsule (Artemesia Capsule) which contains a combined total of 500 mg of Artemesia annua (in the form of 33 mg arteannuin), Astragalus membranaceus and Codonopsis pilosula. (Unfortunately, many people assumed that this capsule contained 500 mg of Artemesia, and so are taking too much when treating themselves with other Artemesia products)...Dr. Zhang’s Artemesia Capsule includes only 33 mg of the active ingredient arteannuin, to be taken 3 times a day, for a total of 99 mg/day (for Lyme Disease)."
DOSAGE - - "The therapeutic dose ranges from 200 mg a day up to 1,000 a day (in divided doses ) ...Generally, 400-800 mg per day can be used for at least 6-12 months. After that, it can be tapered off slowly...Artemisinin is not a stand-alone compound. Concurrently use high dose pancreatic enzyme, daily enema, liver detoxification."

Artemisinin (from Artemisia annua) & derivatives are a group of compounds with the most rapid action of all current drugs used to treat malaria.[10] Treatments containing an artemisinin derivative (artemisinin-combination therapies) are now standard treatment worldwide for malaria caused by (parasite) Plasmodium falciparum. (photo) - Artemisia annua, also known as sweet wormwood,
[2] sweet
, sweet sagewort, annual mugwort
[3] or annual wormwood (Chinese: 黄花蒿; pinyin: huánghuāhāo), is a
common type of
wormwood native to temperate Asia, but naturalized in many countries including scattered parts of North America.[4][5][6][7]  (Good farming/gardening/growing points.)

Artemisia cina and other Old World species are the source of the antihelminthic drug, santonin.
Chinese mugwort, Artemisia argyi, is used in traditional Chinese medicine.
In mice, artemisia capillaris Thunberg (A. capillaris) has been found to have potent sedative-hypnotic effects, probably mediated through potentiation of the GABA
A receptor- Cl ion channel complex [11]

In rats, artemisia austriaca has beneficial effects in reducing the withdrawal syndrome of morphine.[12]

Artemisia annua l (Chinese herb wormwood) is used to combat parasites (especially giardiasis) often in conjunction with other herbs such as vitamin c, black walnut hulls, olive leaf, clove, grapefruit seed (to kill all developmental stages of germs/virus/ bacteria).
3/26/2004 Aruba Daily 3/5/2004 Cell, 3/26/2004 Science -
European Molecular Biology Lab (EMBL) at Heidelberg, Germany has identified 4 proteins. 
2 proteins, TEP1 and LRIMI, kill the malaria parasite, plasmodium.
2 proteins, CTL and CTLMA2 protect the parasite, but kill the parasite if removed from the mosquito.
Artemisia or Motherwort - from original German Commission E
@ +
Carbonated Beverages -
Beware.  Most carbonated beverages can deplete bone.  High fructose syrup likewise is unhealthy for the body. 

Below looks like a best candidate of the available cited beverages: Fever Free Tonic Water Ingredients - "Quinine is the major ingredient and brings the important distinct flavor in this tonic water drink. The quinine was sourced from the bark of cinchona tree (from the Rwanda Congo border) hence the brand name fever–tree. This tonic drink basically combines natural flavors. Cane sugar is used as the sweetener to bring a balance in the taste of quinine. Other ingredients include: water, citric acid and sometimes bitter oranges."

Carbonated Beverages - CAUTIONS - (edited) - Current use is due to " The appearance of chloroquine-resistant strains of Plasmodium falciparum (1, 2). The malaria treatment lasts between 1½-2 weeks with oral administration of quinine salts at doses which correspond to at least 0.8–1g free quinine base (molecular weight: 324.4) per day (e.g. daily dose of 1–1.25 g quinine hydrochloride dihydrate) (molecular weight: 396.9) or 1.95 g quinine sulphate dihydrate (molecular weight: 783) (1-6).
Peripheral muscle relaxant Single oral doses of 200 mg quinine sulphate dihydrate a day, equivalent to 166 mg free quinine base, are applied in the treatment for nocturnal leg cramps. If necessary, the dose can be doubled (2, 3). In the USA the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advised against the use of quinine sulphate products to treat nocturnal calf muscle cramps because of the unfavourable riskbenefit ratio particularly for older patients (9)... Pharmacodynamics - Quinine destroys erythrocytic schizonts (dividing stage of the protozoan in red blood cells) in all forms of malaria in humans. Discussions focus on whether the mechanism is based on intercalation. The quinine molecule intercalates itself between the bases of the parasite DNA and inhibits nucleic acid synthesis (5, 6). Vis a vis other unicellular organisms (e.g. bacteria, yeast) and spermatozoa, quinine also manifests a more or less destructive effect (6). Some of the areas of use outlined above refer to the analgesic (pain-relieving), antipyretic (feverreducing), local anaesthetic and muscle-relaxing effects of quinine. The muscle-relaxing effect is based on the antagonistic action to physostigmine on the skeletal muscles as also exhibited by curare. The excitability of the motor end plate is reduced by quinine and reactions to repeated nervous stimuli and acetylcholine are reduced by quinine (2, 5, 6).
On the gravid uterus quinine has a slightly oxytocic effect. In the past quinine was, therefore, used in the induction phase of birth at an oral dose of between 300-500 mg twice daily in order to induce labour although this effect has not been verified (7). It is no longer administered for this purpose. There are numerous case reports of the ingestion of high doses of quinine (mostly several grams) to self-induce abortion (cf. (CAUTION due to birth defects)... Contraindications and precautions - The Rote Liste ® indicates pregnancy as a contraindication for the quinine doses used to treat both malaria and nocturnal leg cramps. The reasons given are oxytocic action and embryo-toxicity at high doses (eye defects and deafness). The contraindications mentioned are (ear ringing) tinnitus, prior damage to the optic nerve, glucose-6-phosphate-dehydrogenase deficiency (symptoms: haemolytic anaemia) and myasthenia gravis. In patients suffering from cardiac arrhythmia a precautious dosage is recommended (3).
Durian @  (paraphrased) 9/8/202 - "Certain studies have uncovered evidence that durian leaf & roots contain febrifuge and anti-malarial properties, as well as many other nutrients that can support the immune system in fighting off viruses & infections. Research is ongoing regarding its unique microbial composition & how it may be used for production of novel proteins &/or enzymes in the future...The durian fruit is some countries, public places, hotels & on mass transit...due to it's smell: 'dirty gym socks, rotten egg, cut onions, manure, &/or roadkill.' 
The strong odor of the fruit is thought to be attributed to the presence of sulfur compounds (like those found in onions & garlic) & other enzymes...Side effects of consuming durian may include nausea, vomiting & heart palpitations if eaten with alcohol.."
Eaten Alive is a 9/2004 TV Animal Planet broadcast about parasites.  Excellent. There are 4 types of malaria parasite. 
There is a hospital for tropical disease and a school of tropical medicine.
Foster, Harold winner of 2004 Orthomolecular Doctor of the Year advised that children inheriting 1 (from 1 parent) rather than 2 (from both parents) sickle cell genes are resistant to malaria. Autumn 2004 Nutrition & Mental Health newsletter
Fucoidans - molecules found primarily in (Undaria pinnatifida) seaweed and algae contribute to longevity, arthritic pain reduction, malaria parasite, herpes 1 & 2, and cytomegalo virus prevention. 5/2011
Fucoidan seaweed -   
"In early stage, experimental cell studies, fucoidans demonstrated potential for preventing infection with numerous malevolent microorganisms, including the malaria parasite and herpes viruses. In laboratory studies, they block cell surface receptors those invaders need in order to attach themselves and enter human cells, preventing infection from taking hold.31,32 Viruses in particular can attach to a cell membrane receptor and then enter the cell interior, where their genetic material replicates and produces destructive effects on host cells. Undaria fucoidan extract has been shown to inhibit replication of herpes by stimulating ingestion of the virus by macrophage cells and boosting numbers of antibody-producing B cells.33,34"
Insect Repellant -  -
"Make insect repellents by applying the expressed juice of wild garlic or onion to the skin, by placing sassa1ras leaves in your shelter, or by burning or smudging cattail seed halr fibers."
Leej, Arthur - Electrical Doctors - "When a person has a malaria attack, millions of parasites in the blood all divide and change forms in minutes. The patient develops a high fever and is severely ill. These attacks are so regular that the person knows within minutes when the next attack will come. Several southern planters found they could cure malaria by bathing in cold water immediately before the next attacks were due.
The attack didn’t happen, and they repeated the cold bath 2 days later and permanently disrupted the cycle of the parasites.  I conclude that malarial parasites have some sensitivity to the external environment of their host.
The parasites reacted to the changes in the body brought on by electrical shocks by not dividing. When this was carried out for the next few expected attacks, the cycle of the parasites was broken, and the body disposed of them."
Longjack (Tongkat Ali or Eurycoma longifolia Jack) may stimulate testosterone production, increase sperm concentration and viability, enhance c-GMP production of nitric oxide, inhibit cancer, reduce fever, kill malarial parasites plus contains SOD an antioxidant. Vol 8 #1 The Doctor's Prescription for Healthy Living -
Moringa -
Moringa as a food and/or as a water purifier may contribute to malaria safety.
Neem - TEMPOARY use of fresh neem leaf/seed tea leaves/seeds may help to eradicate the malarial parasite Plasmodium falciparum.  Neem has a reputation for killing maggots, flies (horn/blow/biting), bacterium (staphylococcus aureus/ salmonella), and intestinal nematodes. Consider using (very weak/diluted) neem tea as mouthwash for gums/teeth. 
NEVER use for infants
. Too Toxic.
Neem - Pest control -  (problem in Florida is giant use of pesticides)
NimBioSys™ Neem Oil Biological Insecticide is labeled to treat a wide variety of pests including aphids, beetles, stink bugs, leafhoppers, whiteflies, mealy bugs, mites, weevils, scale and thrips. According to the EPA, the cold-pressed neem oil "will not cause adverse effects to humans and other nontarget organisms when used according to label directions."  It is currently registered in Florida, Minnesota, California, Pennsylvania, Illinois and Texas (NEVER use in playgrounds or around infants.) Review the EPA Biopesticides Information Registration document @
Noni - "Noni leaves can be used in a poultice to cover wounds to promote healing. Today noni is used to cure more internal problems. It can be used to help cure malaria, diabetes, cancer, hypertension, or depression...A recent study focused on using noni to cure HIV and AIDs. Noni juice or freeze-dried pills have been used as dietary supplements."
Olive leaf extract calcium elenolate may be more effective but less easier to administer than quinine.  Currently the olive leaf hydrolyzed form oleuropein is being used by many for various virus and bacteria treatment per Valerie Saxion in Every Body Has Parasites.
Olive LEAF - 7/14/1997 - The Mediterranean olive or olea europa has recently rekindled the interest of scientists and clinicians alike because of its potent medicinal value. The olive is a hardy tree that manufactures its own potent antibiotic substances to fend off disease causing bacteria, fungi, parasites and insects.
In 1908, Bourquelot and Vintilesco isolated a bitter glucoside (structurally classified as an iridoid) from olive leaves and named it oleuropein...Oleuropein has also been found effective against strains of malaria, including plasmodium falciparum, plasmodium vivax, plasmodium ovale and plasmodium malariae. Malaria is a protozoan infection characterized by fever, chills and profuse sweating, and occurs primarily in tropical regions. Malarial infection can occur by transmission of the protozoa parasite following the bite of an infected Anopheles mosquito. 1st the sporozoites multiply in cells of the liver, then after a period usually lasting 2-4 weeks, the parasite may invade the red blood cells. Next, the merozoites may multiply before being released into the bloodstream. Antimalarial activity was reported by clinicians in the 1850s who administered decoctions of olive leaf to infected patients. In 1906, scientists claimed that olive leaf extracts were superior to quinine, the primary treatment of malaria at the time. Since malaria has developed resistance to many of our present day drugs, clinicians may want to consider olive leaf extract as an addition to the treatment of malaria once again...
In 1960, scientists from Holland further isolated elenolic acid (a monoterpene), which was eventually determined to be the chemical constituent with the greatest activity against infectious microbes. Later in that same decade, viral researchers at a U.S. pharmaceutical company (Upjohn Co., Kalamazoo, MI) demonstrated that elenolic acid evidenced remarkable inhibition of viruses and bacteria without damaging the host cells in vitro...
The antiviral activity of elenolic acid was shown to be greatest in an alkaline environment (pH 7.5), which is very close to the normal human pH range of 7.35-7.45. Virucidal activity was diminished by incubation with amino acids lysine, glycine, cysteine and histidine, and to a lesser extent with phenylalanine, tryptophan, serine and threonine. Because
the elenolic acid could be inactivated by free amino acids circulating in the bloodstream, research was apparently discontinued. Then in 1994, an independent research team achieved a breakthrough that apparently overcame this hurdle, allowing sufficient levels of elenolic acid to be delivered to the body. Today, preparations of olive leaf extract are standardized to contain approximately 5% elenolic acid content, and researchers are presently working to increase that percentage to 15%. Viruses that have shown susceptibility to elenolic acid in vitro include: herpes (MRS); vaccinia; pseudorabies; influenza A & B; Newcastle disease; parainfluenza 1, 2, & 3; coxsackie A21; encephlomyocarditis; polio 1, 2, & 3; vesicular stomatitis; sindbis; reovirus; Moloney murine leukemia; Rauscher murine leukemia; Moloney sarcoma."
Quinine bark bulk powder - Also "no prescription" lower dose @ Ask the Pharmacist 1-877-275-7743 + + other strenghs available (origin/safety uncertain) +
Quiine from Cinchona bark - -
Quiine from Cinchona bark - - Toxicity ALERT: Abdominal pain, deafness, delirium, headache, impaired vision, nausea, psychotic disorder, tinnitus, vomiting & weakness.
Quiine from Cinchona bark - Dosage & History - - 5/24/2011 -
Quinine from Cinchona bark- Drug‐Induced and Iatrogenic Neurological Disorders

Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry II, 2007 - Antimalarials (see Volume 7) -The quintessential antimalarial lead was quinine. Originally isolated from Cinchona bark, it acted as the template for the synthetic agents of the chloroquine/mefloquine type.137 With the increase in the number of parasites resistant to these agents came the search for other synthetic & natural product-based agents. Inspection of data from Chinese herbal remedies led to the investigation of extracts of Artemisia annua (wormwood) as this particular plant had been used for centuries in China as an antimalarial164 (known as ‘Quinghaosu’); in 1972, the active agent was isolated and identified as a sesquiterpene endoperoxide named artemisinin (58; Figure 8). Tan et al.165 reported that this particular agent is not limited to the species A. annua, but is also found in at least 2 other species. Using the base structure of artemisinin, many semi-synthetic compounds were made with the aim of optimizing the pharmacology of the base molecule. This led to the identification of artemether (59; Figure 8), a relatively simple modification of the actual active metabolite dihydroartemisinin (60; Figure 8), as a potent antimalarial agent that is now used throughout the world.

Quiine from Cinchona bark - per original German Commission E Monograph
Swiss drug maker Roche Holding AG gave development right to new malaria drug to Indian generic firm Ranbaxy Labs Ltd (6/5/2003 Wall Street Journal)
Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma Longifolia Jack) roots may help impotency, malaria, A-549 lung cancer and MCF-7 breast cancer per Ray Sahelian MD author of  Natural Sex Boosters & Mind Boosters.  Side effects include insomnia, increased body temperature, restlessness & impatience.  www.raysahelian.vom/tongkat_ali.html
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid such as in fresh citrus fruit) enzyme action helps to counteract the bad side effects of prima-quine drug used to treat malaria, per Burtis, C. Edward  Nature's Miracle Medicine Chest  Arco publishing.
Yellow Yarrow -  -
"The Okanagon people placed the leaves on hot coals to make a smudge for repelling mosquitoes (Turner, 1979)."
Wormwood -
Wormwood - @  @  @ 
Wormwood - @  @  


Here's Why Not to Give Up by Heidi Baker -  2014 -   "My husband, Rolland, got cerebral malaria and suffered a series of micro-strokes that almost killed him. Though he was eventually healed, for 2 years he lost his short-term memory and was totally unable to function in ministry or administration The only reason I did not give up any of these times was because I know the One who placed His promises within me. When you know Him intimately, you never give up, because He is worthy!" [The Bakers left the ministry during that time-out to be ministered to via orthomolecular medicine, including oxygen therapy, in Germany.  In addition they received multitudes of world wide prayers directed to God on their behalf.]
Chavda, Mahesh - The Hidden Power of Healing Prayer  chapter 4 The Authority to Heal
shares the death of 2 boys with cerebral malaria, but the resurrection of one (after being dead 8 hours). 
Coe senior, Jack - Curing the Incurable - How to Receive Healing in Hopeless Situations                        
"I clearly remember when God healed me of tropical malaria.  The enemy came to me on the very next day at 4:00...He said, "I can tell that you are getting those headaches all over again, aren't you?  Your back is beginning to hurt you badly.  I think you had better get back in your bed.  Any minute now you are going to have one of those major chills'...
I took off my clothes, climbed into my bed...I remember God asking me...
"Have you already forgotten that I healed you at 2:00 this morning?..Get up out of that bed, go down to the street corner and preach."  I obeyed God...
I was no longer bothered by the devil.  All the symptoms left me. 
You see, I resisted the devil, and he had to flee...
Biblical faith is an action word that takes place in your spirit, not your emotions.
Henry Gruver - 4/1/2018 -
Plague eradication
Sumrall, Lester -  - "My Wife’s Healing On our first missionary trip to Puerto Rico, my wife contracted malaria. When I consulted a doctor about her condition, he listened patiently & told me,'“Reverend Sumrall, I’ll be honest with you. Americans don’t often survive malaria in our country. Your wife could be dead by the time you return home.' I was committed to preaching that evening. I wept and prayed during the 30-minute bus ride to the church. Over & over I heard the doctor’s words, 'Your wife may die. Your wife may die.' I reminded the Lord that we had come to Puerto Rico to tell people about the saving, healing power of Jesus Christ. When I stood up to preach, I said, 'The doctor says my wife is dying.' I raised my hands and said, 'Lord, we came to Puerto Rico because You told us to come. We are Your faithful servants. So, right now, in the name of Jesus, I ask You to heal her. I thank You for healing her.' When I arrived home, her fever was gone.  Even though we have spent weeks in malaria country since then, my wife has never had another attack of malaria. My friends, our God is faithful in answering the prayers of His saints."



Mosquitoes tend to bite at dawn and dusk, so bed nets can help deter bites.  Nets treated with toxic insecticide can last 5 years.   Malaria parasites enter one's blood when bitten by infected mosquitoes.  Dug companies are able to donate drugs for about $1.00 per treatment.

MosquitoBait - - Adjust decoy to target nocturnal Anopheles mosquito which carries malaria or the diurnal Aedes mosquito which carries yellow fever and dengue!
"The Mosquitobait decoys and captures mosquitoes both in bright indoors and in dark outdoors by a tripartite system:
HEAT and A CERTAIN WAVELENGTH OF RAYS produced from the ultraviolet light installed inside, & CARBON Dioxide produced when photo-catalyst light are radiated onto TiO2 coat. Decoyed mosquitoes enter the exterminator through the capture windows on the upper parts, & then are strongly drawn into the capture net, on the lower part."

Medical Research

atebrin for malaria -
HCQ @ The Candace Owens Show: Dr. Stella Immanuel - YouTube "Sunday Medicine" in Africa for malaria - 11/15/2020 @ PragerU - YouTube + Doctors can say there is an effective treatment, but can NOT say there is a cure.
+ supplements @ +TeleHealth Pharmacy @
Malaria resistant mosquitoes

NPR RADIO - @  - VIDEO: See A Controversial Swarm Of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes In A Lab In Italy - NPR was the only news organization allowed into the lab to witness the moment the releases began this year. The goal is to create a powerful new weapon in the fight against malaria. 
8/31/2019 - Scientists Release Controversial Genetically Modified Mosquitoes In High-Security Lab

Of Maize and Malaria spring 2009 - "The rate of malaria transmission
among maize farmers was 10 times higher than the transmission rate among those who farmed other crops...
the explanation for the difference lay in the powdery yellow substance that contains the plant’s reproductive cells.
A maize field produces large amounts of pollen, about 300 pounds per hectare, or 2.5 acres. Mosquito larvae thrive on it. 'Maize pollen is an accelerant for mosquito populations,' McCann says. 'They just explode. You may as well be putting kerosene on a fire.'  Kebede learned that mosquitoes that feed on maize as larvae tended to have a larger wingspan & a longer lifespan, & are therefore more likely to transmit malaria simply because they bite more people more times...
Kebede says...'These mosquitoes are living long enough to bite multiple times'...
The Ethiopian government introduced a new variety of maize, which sheds its pollen during late August & early September, weeks later than other varieties of maize & at precisely the time when temperature & moisture are ideal for mosquito breeding...
One (potentially disastrous) solution would have farmers grow a genetically modified variety of maize, whose pollen contains an insecticide that would kill mosquito larvae... Another possible solution would involve detasseling - removing the pollen-producing tassel from a maize plant by hand and thus preventing pollination...
A 3rd option, he says, would be to encourage farmers to grow a maize variety that sheds its pollen earlier in the season, prior to peak mosquito development. (4th) Farmers could also plant their fields at least 60 meters from their homesteads, he adds, to create a buffer zone between the breeding grounds & the houses.
(5th) But the most logical solution, says McCann, is to encourage farmers to grow local varieties of self-pollinating grains, such as teff, or vegetables such as red pepper, near mosquito breeding grounds."
Why Ending Malaria May Be More About Backhoes Than Bed Nets 1/3/2014 "The parasite left the U.S., in large part, because the government destroyed mosquito breeding grounds.  'The primary factor leading to the demise of malaria was large-scale drainage projects, which were backed up by the creation of local public health infrastructure,' he says. Sledge and his colleague described their findings this September (2013) in the American Journal of Public Health."
Plasmodium parasite - - 12/2012
"The Plasmodium parasite reproduces inside the patient's red blood cells. The parasite's proteins rise to the surface of the blood cell and cause it to adhere to the walls of blood vessels, causing disturbances in the human body. 
The body's immune system sends antibodies to combat the disruptive proteins, but the Plasmodium parasite is able to use one type of protein to keep the antibodies busy while producing a different protein to continue the infection. 
The Israeli researchers have unlocked the unique DNA sequence that allows the Plasmodium parasite to do this. 
The Israelis are proposing a new medical method that would interfere with this DNA sequence, & therefore strip the parasite of its ability to fool the immune system."
The tobacco ingredient nicotine produces piperidine smoke when burned. 
Piperidine is equal to deet in human toxicity and in repelling/eliminating bugs. 
Citronella oil (from its leaves) contains citronellol a 2 hour repellant when burned.  


Nigeria: Varsity Don Discovers Way to Eradicate Malaria   4/07/2011
Genetically Modified Fungus Could Fight Malaria  4/07/11
WHO warns drugs misuse weakens fight against diseases  4/07/2011
Fast, accurate test for malaria could be a game-changer - 2/2017
Quinine & related RX - -  11/1/2003 -
"Chloroquine is a 9-amino-quinoline that has been known since 1934. Specifically synthesised to be used as an antimalarial agent, chloroquine was subsequently shown to have immunomodulatory properties that have encouraged its application in the treatment of autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. For this specific pathology, chloroquine & its hydroxy-analogue hydroxychloroquine have represented a valid contribution to the available pharmacological tools,

since they proved able to slow down the progress of the disease while showing limited toxicity.
Unfortunately, chloroquine is being gradually dismissed from antimalarial therapy & prophylaxis, due to the continuous emergence of chloroquine-resistant Plasmodium falciparum strains. However, the tolerability, low cost, &

 immunomodulatory properties of chloroquine/hydroxy-chloroquine are associated with biochemical effects that suggest a potential use in viral infections...This old drug whose parent compound, quinine, was isolated in the late 19th century from the bark of the tropical cinchona tree, may experience a revival in the clinical management of viral diseases...(Allergy and macular retinopathy can be a serious side effect, requiring monitoring/reducing dosage volume. 
These meds can help reverse diseases caused by enveloped RNA viruses.)
Dosage & Dangers @ - Dosage on the basis of body weight:
1st dose: 10 mg base/kg (not to exceed 620 mg base)
2nd dose: 5 mg base/kg (not to exceed 310 mg base) 6 hours after 1st dose
3rd dose: 5 mg base/kg 18 hours after 2nd dose
4th dose: 5 mg base/kg 24 hours after 3rd dose. 
Each dose should be taken with a meal or a glass of milk. (3/2020 being evaluated for proprolactic use against COVID-19)

Qualaquin ((quinine sulfate) Only USA FDA approved RX to treat existing malaria - -
NOT for patients with leg cramps, AF or heart, kidney, liver problems. (Off label for severe rheumatism, Lupus or coronavirus.)
Medical Alert

2. Mefloquine (Lariam) causes permanent brain damage

"Mefloquine, sold under the name Lariam, was given to military members to protect against malaria, an infectious disease transmitted by mosquitoes. The drug is no longer sold in the US. But it was administered weekly, in tablet form, to military personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2013, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published a safety alert on mefloquine and added a black-box warning for both neurological effects & 'serious psychiatric' effects. The side effects include: convulsions or seizures, confusion, paranoia, hallucinations, unusual behavior, mood changes, agitation, depression, suicidal thoughts & suicidal behavior. Mefloquine side effects can last for months or years after the drug was stopped. It is unclear why this drug was prescribed for military personnel when other malaria drugs with decades of demonstrated efficacy & safety were available. Veterans may file for disability compensation for side effects related to mefloquine use during military service.

Mefloquine was an experimental venture between the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) & a pharmaceutical company. Walter Reed Army Institute of Research conducted phase I & II clinical trials, Hoffman-LaRoche & Smith Kline skipped phase III safety trials, & the FDA approved mefloquine in 1989.  Medical professionals were reporting & documenting severe neuropsychiatric side effects by 1994. Not until 2016 did the U.S., UK, Australian & German militaries ban Lariam because 'research showed the drug can cause permanent side effects & brain damage.'”

Malaria -


Allen, Bruce D - - Book Preface @
(Hooray, NO more mosquitoes biting when we release God's glory, in Jesus' name and power.)