Syphilis is the most painful disease that can hitreproductive organs. It’s contagious and it gets developed rather slowly. Atits beginning phases it’s reflected by minor infection but in its final stageit shows decay similar to that caused by severe tuberculoses and leprosy. Itgets acquired by unprotected sexual intercourse or a physical contact with aperson who already suffers from syphilis. The acquired form of syphilis is dividedinto three stages: primary, secondary and tertiary and they quiet often mergeinto one another.
In the first phase, one may notice skin sores which can betreated easily. The second phase hits with fever, pain, chest rash and a lossof appetite. Mouth sores, mental deterioration and bone inflammation may alsoappear. Masses of gummata appear on the skin, brain and spinal cord during thethird phase. Aneurysms, paralysis and mental failure can also be present in thethird phase. Inherited types of syphilis affects the foetus and may causedeformities and even miscarriage.
Some of the natural remedies can help with the first stageof syphilis but if it progresses to the second stage it is always best toconsult a physician.
A therapy consisting of ten grams of hirankhuri booti groundin water along with five grains of pepper should be taken strained along theperiod of two to three weeks. If one cannot obtain hirankhuri booti, an alternativecan be found in yellow thistle.
Another useful therapy consists of five pepper grains andten grams of nigand babri which one steeps in water during the night and thendrinks in the morning. Another even more useful remedy consists of Blue Vitriolcalx taken twice a day with cream or butter.
A patient should use 10 grams perdosage, and no water should be ingested in the few hours following the dosage.People suffering from syphilis should be very careful with their daily diet. Itmust contain no salt because excessive intake of salt may hinder the recovery.Substances that possess sour, bitter and pungent properties should definitelybe avoided.
One other important aspect to the treatment of syphilis isthe preventive one. People who suffer from syphilis should be avoided, at leastfor the physical contact. Sexual intercourse with promiscuous partners usuallyleads to trouble as well. Syphilis may even reappear after a few years aftersuccessful healing. Sexual activity is therefore strictly forbidden for a fewyears after the disease has been cured.