Cholera is an infectious disease caused by a bacterium Vibrio Cholerae. This bacterium causes acute diarrhea and an intestinal infection through the ingestion of contaminated food or water. Within five days of eating or drinking this contaminated food or water, the person will develop painless but copious watery diarrhea. In some cases, the diarrhea is so severe that it cause acute dehydration and requires immediate hospitalization and medical attention.


1. Watery diarrhea with a fishy smell

2. Stomach cramps

3. Dry mouth and skin

4. Dry mucous membranes

5. Loss of skin elasticity

6. Excessive thirst

7. Dehydration

8. Low urine output

9. Leg cramps and muscle cramps

10. Heart palpitations

11. Nausea and vomiting

12. Low blood pressure

13. Exhaustion and weakness

14. Sunken eyes

15. Irritability and restlessness


1. The use of lemon for example is very popular in reducing the levels of cholera bacilli in the intestines and digestive system. Lemon juice drunk            either sweet or salted can help.

2. A decoction of the root bark of the guava tree and boiled water should be drunk twice daily to reduce cholera symptoms such as nausea and             vomiting.

3. Onions and fresh black pepper ground together is another easy home remedy for cholera to treat restlessness and thirst.

4. Mix equal quantities of coconut water and cucumber juice to relieve excessive thirst and prevent dehydration.

5. Steep half a nutmeg in half a litre of water and make an infusion. Add to this infusion half a litre of coconut water. Administer this 15ml at a               time to lessen cholera symptoms.

6. Rough chaff (husk) also known as Achyranthes aspera should be mixed with half cup of water and given to the cholera patient daily.       

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