40% of the world is at risk. 50-100 Millions people infected worldwide!!
Dengue virus is a mosquito borne disease worldwide. When an Aedes mosquito bites people with dengue virus in their blood, is infected with a dengue virus and capable to spreading dengue viruses by biting more people. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 22,000 deaths occur yearly, mostly among children.
Are YOU living in the dengue infectious area? (http://www.healthmap.org/dengue/en/)
It’s most commonly occurred in tropic regions in the world as shown in the dengue map. Each year, tens of millions of cases of dengue fever occur, particularly in Asia, Africa, South America, and the Pacific.
Don’t underestimate the flu-like symptoms
The symptoms include high fever, severe headache, muscle pain, pain behind the eyes, and mild bleeding. For Hemorrhagic dengue fever, once the fever fades away, people will develop severe symptoms like circulatory system failure when hemorrhage occurs in areas such as skin, nose, gums, or internal bleeding.
There is no vaccine available for dengue virus. Control of the primary vector, Aedes aegypti (a type of mosquite), is the only method currently employed to prevent dengue virus epidemics
Apogen has been tested with the latest Quantum Dot technology and scientifically proved to be efficient in reducing the rate of Dengue Virus infection . The study suggests Apogen could be a potential drug candidate against dengue virus! The study is published in this paper:
REAL Feedback from our customers
“Apogen children granule really works! It helps my son with his fever.”－Mrs. Suboh, Malaysia.
“This is definitely your BEST product. This helps shorten the fever and alleviate the muscle soreness”－ Mr. Chiueh, Taiwan.
“My kids LOVEs Apogen children granule because it tastes like white chocolate. I have to limit him how many he can have a day.”- Mr. Low, Philippine Wang, Chung-Hao, Yi-Shiou Hsu, and Ching-An Peng. “Quantum Dots Encapsulated with Amphiphilic Alginate as Bioprobe for Fast Screening Anti-dengue Virus Agents.” Biosensors and Bioelectronics24.4 (2008): 1018-025. Web.