Malta Fever
Natural Remedies

Malta Fever Remedies

| Modified on Jun 20, 2014

Natural remedies like colloidal silver, garlic and herbal supplements like salvia can be a successful treatment for Malta Fever, also known as Brucellosis.

What is Malta Fever?

Animals infected with Brucella bacteria spread the disease to humans, who contract the disease either by direct contact with the animal or by eating infected meat or cheese or drinking unpasteurized milk. This disease is rare in the U.S., but more common elsewhere in the world. Initial symptoms are flu-like and treated with antibiotics for several weeks; relapses weeks or months later are common.

Malta Fever can become chronic and last for years and can infect almost all parts of the body, including the heart, testicles, joints and central nervous system (encephalitis and meningitis).

Home Remedies for Malta Fever

There are several remedies that can treat Malta Fever. Natural antibacterial remedies like garlic and colloidal silver are the favored treatment for Malta Fever. However, an NIH study published in July, 2010 by J. Zhejiang Univ showed that medicinal plants Salvia sclarea, Oliveria decumbens,Vitex pseudo-negundo, and Teucrium polium worked very well as antibacterials for Malta Fever. In the Iran/Turkey region, these plants are widely used for many medicinal purposes.1

Garlic for Malta Fever

Garlic is a very powerful antibacterial remedy that has been used for centuries. One popular recipe is garlic tea: boil 1 clove garlic in 1.5 cups water, and season as desired. Take this garlic tea several times a day until symptoms gone. After that, you should continue to take garlic soup and then 1-2 times a week. You can also finely diced raw garlic added to any complementary food 3X a day.

Colloidal Silver for Malta Fever

Colloidal silver is one of the best antibacterial remedies and can be found at most health food stores and online.