Home-made boiled recipes, which are produced by generations of different ethnic cultures in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, have strong pesticide properties. Bolt extract was incubated with in vitro cultures of the asexual or adult sex Plasmodium falciparum and tested for parasite viability after 72 hours. Researchers tested in vitro the efficacy of each of the 56 broths to prevent the growth and development of the deadliest form of malaria parasites. Researchers in London investigated the causal relationship between exposure to broth and how it affects the life cycle of the deadliest malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum. For example, abandoned children with intestinal parasites can sometimes grow more than worms in their faeces when they start a nutritious diet with homemade soups or broths. Primary school students from different ethnic backgrounds have brought samples of pure broth from traditional recipes. As there were no details in the study, I think gelatin was probably an important factor for bone broths. In addition, four more broths with a transmission block of >50% were found to prevent sexual development of male parasites. The researchers found that 5 of the 56 broths have in vitro growth inhibition of more than 50% vs. The infected mosquito bite transmits parasites from the Plasmodium family responsible for the development of malaria. The study was also used to teach children natural medicine, traditional medicine and the science-based drug discovery process. These are the results of the first study published in the Childhood Disease Archive. This irreparable percentage of mortality caused by malaria has led researchers to explore ancient natural remedies for fever as possible alternatives. Since 2002, Sarah has been a Professor of Health and Nutrition, dedicating herself to supporting families that are effectively integrating traditional nutrition principles into modern homes. According to the World Health Organization, there were 219 million malaria cases in 2017.