Dengue-Aid: Asthma Weed "Tawa-Tawa" 500mg (30 Capsules)

Dengue-Aid is a potent herbal supplement which utilizes the extracts from Euphorbia hirta Linn herbs which is widely known as “Tawa-Tawa”. It is taken from the leaves, stems and roots of E. hirta Linn which all contain essential nutrients that are vital for its efficacy. Above all, its formulation is purely organic and grounded thoroughly into 60 meshes.

Tawa-Tawa had been widely known to be used as a decoction for dengue fever victims due to its profound properties on increasing the body’s blood platelet count which is normally low once an individual is under this serious viral infection.Dengue fever can cause thrombocytopenia by direct infection of bone marrow megakaryocytes as well as immunological shortened platelet survival.

A few research study shows that subjects taking in Tawa-Tawa regularly reveals an increase in the their blood platelet count compared to conducted pretest which helps a dengue fever victim who normally has a very low platelet count  to recuperate quicker than others

Servings Per Container: 30 capsules

Suggested Use: Take thrice daily within a week or until platelet count increases. Recommended best for adults. Drink plenty of water.

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Tawa-Tawa (Euphorbia hirta Linn) possessed pharmacological activities and propertie. It is characterized as anti-asthmatic, anti-malarial, antifungal, anti-spasmodic, antibacterial, antidote,anti-inflammatory, expectorant, anthelmintic, antidysenteric, diuretic, pectoral, sedative, soporific and hemostatic.

* Leaves: Anti-dysenteric ,Anti-pyretic
* Stem: Anti-asthmatic,Diuretic
* Latex: Anti-septic
* Roots: Anti-emetic,Cathartic


An alcoholic extract of Euphorbia hirta leaves is effective against gram positive bacteria and moderately effective against gram negative bacteria.

The diuretic effects of leaf extracts were assessed using Acetazolamide (Diamox) and Furosemide (Lasix) as standard diuretic drugs. It produced time-dependent increase in urine output and electrolyte excretion was also significantly affected by the plant extracts. This study suggests that the active component(s) in the water extract of E. hirta leaf had similar diuretic spectrum to that of acetazolamide.These results validate the traditional use of E. hirta as a diuretic agent.

Researchers from the University of Santo Tomas conducted “A study on the Mechanism of Platelet Increasing Activity of the Decoction and Ethanolic Extraction of Euphorbia hirta L. (Euphorbiaceae) as treatment for dengue.” The researchers subjected tawa-tawa’s leaves to decoction, a method of extraction performed through boiling. Tawa-tawa’s platelet-increasing activity was tested on laboratory experimental rats, specifically Sprague-Dawley.

Results of the study showed that the tawa-tawa extract was effective in increasing the platelet count of rats without notable effects in red blood cell and white blood cell counts. Read more about the Study on the Platelet Increasing Activity of Tawa-Tawa or Asthma weed (Euphorbia hirta) as Treatment for Dengue

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