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What About Herbs For HIV? (Read)

RThe human immuno deficiency virus is a very complex disease. It is complex because it attacks the cells that are supposed to help the body fight off infections making it vulnerable to opportunistic diseases

If left untreated, HIV can evolve into the much dreaded AIDS. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome is the advanced stage HIV, it occurs when the body's immune system has been even,more damaged and CD4 cell count are even lower.Many herbs have been tested against the virus for many years. But in this write-up, we'll be discussing the herb that has been shown to KILL the virus. 


This herb has been used for 2000 years in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) as a sex booster,to improve liver and kidney functions, for healthy skin, for boosting the immune system, for respiratory infections, for insomnia, for fungal infections, and for restoring digestive functions. 

According to Sun Handong an academician at the Chinese Academy who led the research, he reported "Star Anise extract is shown to have strong anti-HIV properties and low toxicity". 

The extract from the herb will not only stop the virus from spreading but also kill the virus. However, using the herb concomitantly with anti-retroviral therapy which is the conventional HIV treatment may not be a good idea. Hence, I will advise checking in with your doctor before supplementing with herbs if you are on HIV medications


Get Anise seed powder from Konga or a vendor who sells foreign veggies

Boil 3 cups water and when it boils put it off

Add 10-15 grams of the powder into the hot water and let it steep for 15 minutes 

Drink the whole batch throughout the day while strictly eating only whole foods, fruits and vegetables. 

In addition, drinking bitter leaf water twice a day is also beneficial in alleviating symptoms of the disease and encouraging healing. 

NOTE: This remedy should not be taken alongside conventional drugs without the permission of your doctor.





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