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Basil can play two very important roles when it comes to dengue fever. Chewing on the leaves can help to boost your immune system in various ways, strengthening it to fight against the underlying viral infection. Furthermore, basil contains certain insecticidal compounds, which can keep mosquitoes away from you with the smell alone. This means that basil can also be a preventative medicine, since dengue fever is transferred via mosquito bites.You should chew on basil leaves once or twice a day if you suffer from dengue fever, and your immune system should be quickly boosted! Protection Status
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