syphilis

Treat Syphilis Naturally

Syphilis is an STI that is caused by a bacteria called Treponema palladium. It is almost always contracted through sexual contact though it can be passed down from mothers to their children when they are in utero. The signs and symptoms are many and depend on what stage of the infection you are in. The longer you have the infection and leave it untreated, the greater and more dangerous the symptoms you will have. Treating this disease affectively and aggressively is important!

 

How do I know if I have syphilis?

  • Painless sores known as chancre on the genitals, rectum, or mouth
  • Swollen lymph glands
  • Red to reddish brown spotty rash
  • Headache
  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Sore throat
  • Muscle aches
  • Hair loss
  • Loss of appetite
  • Weight loss
  • Pain in bones and joints

 

How do I prevent syphilis?

  • Make sure your partner does not have an active syphilis infection.
  • Use protection.
  • Avoid sexual contact if you or your partner are being treated for STI’s.
  • Don’t have more than one sexual relationship at a time.

 

How can I treat syphilis?

  • Treatment for syphilis should be provided by a licensed medical doctor. Natural treatments should only be done in conjunction with traditional cures such as antibiotics.
  • Plantian used as a tea and rubbed against the affected area can help to fight off the bacteria.
  • Poke root can be used as a wash to help fight the infection and cleanse the area.
  • Make a pine tea out of pine needles, drink, then wrap yourself in a blanket to help sweat out the infection.
  • Burdock root can be taken to help fight off a syphilis infection. Drink as a tea!
  • Barberry helps to clear up bone, skin and mucus diseases which include syphilis.
  • Cloves can help to clean the sores, provide pain relief where necessary and help heal.
  • Echinacea helps to boost the immune system and flush out the infection naturally.
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