World’s first cure for dengue fever has been developed

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98alive cure for dengue feverWorld’s first cure for dengue fever has been developed by a team of scientists in Queensland by distilling native tea tree plant leaves of Melalueca alternifolia in Australia.

Prof. Max Reynolds, a renowned microbiologist, led the team of scientists in this historic discovery.

Melaleuca alternifolia, commonly known in Australia as Snow-in-summer, is a species of tree or tall shrub in the plant genus Melaleuca. Leaves are linear about 3 cm long and 1 mm wide; with white flowers in spikes of 3–5 cm long, and small woody, cup-shaped fruit.

Concentrate of the Melaleuca alternifolia leaf is reported antibacterial and antiviral; with strong immune-boosting properties which have been scientifically proven to cure all four strains of dengue fever.

Melalueca alternifolia has been listed as an organic and natural natural immune system support medicine in Australia by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), Department of Health and Aging.

Approved for prescription free over the counter sale, the medicine is listed as 98alive™ Immune System Strengthener, and is now available worldwide.

Melalueca alternifolia antioxidant strength has been rated as 4900% greater than CoQ10 and 500% greater than krill oil on the ORAC antioxidant scale by Brunswick Laboratories USA.

“The product is a significant breakthrough in treating dengue fever, a disease transferred to humans through Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, which is estimated to affect 390 million people every year and is particularly prevalent throughout Asia,” said Prof. Reynolds.

98alive is taken in capsule form, so it is easy to administer. It has been proven to eliminate the virus within 10 minutes of being taken, which not only reduces the chance of the disease becoming life-threatening but also prevents it from spreading.

Each capsule contains 150mg of active immune boosting Melaleuca Alernafolia Concentrate (MAC)

No allergies have been associated with MAC which has been found to be safe for consumption with no upper limit by the American FDA.

However, if symptoms of allergy appear, cease taking MAC and see your health professional.

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