Natural treatment for Acquired Immunodeficiency syndrome in Nigeria

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a condition in which the immune system becomes severely weakened and loses its ability to fight infections. This syndrome is caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). AIDS is an extremely complex disorder, and no cure is currently available. Certain drugs appear to be capable of slowing the progression of the disease.

In addition, various nutritional factors may be helpful. However, because of the complicated nature of this disorder, medical supervision is strongly recommended with regard to dietary changes and nutritional supplements. People who have been infected with HIV are hereafter refer to as “HIV-Positive”. Hiv causes a broad spectrum of clinical problems, which often mimic other diseases. Within a few weeks of infection some people may experience flu-like signs and symptoms, including fever, malaise, rash, joint pain, and generalized swelling of lymph nodes. These acute manifestations usually disappear, and many people remain asymptomatic for long periods. AIDS, the clinical syndrome associated with HIV infection, produces symptoms through out the body related to opportunistic infections, tumors, and other immune-deficiency complications. Aids is a blood-borne disease caused by HIV (human immunodeficiency virus).

Common symptoms:

persistent fatigue,weight loss, appetite loss, inflamed gums, mouth sores, swollen glands, unexplained fever, night sweats, chronic diarrhea, dry coughing, oral thrush, yeast infections, unexplained fever lasting for than ten days, sore throat, shortness of breath, changes in bowel habits including constipation, symptoms of opportunistic infections, tumor (Kaposi sarcoma), skin rashes, or lesions of various types, malaise, headache, shingles, tuberculosis, herpes simplex, and salmonellosis.

IMPORTANT: The only way to prevent AIDS is to avoid becoming infected with HIV. HIV is spread most often by having unprotected sex with an infected partner. The virus enters the body through the vaginal, vulva, penis, rectum, or mouth during sex. Hiv is also spread through contact with infected blood. This can occur while sharing needles during intravenous drug use, receiving infected blood during a blood transfusion and through direct blood-to-blood contact. Mothers can also spread the virus to their babies during pregnancy or childbirth or through breast milk. Being aware of how the disease is spread and practicing “safe” sexual habits is the best way to avoid infection.


If you test positive for HIV, arrange for repeat testing as soon as you can rule out the possibility of false-positive results. If the initial result is confirmed, IMMEDIATELY begin boosting your immunity. This is the single most important factor in disease prevention, and it is the best defense for the person with HIV!

Get correct diet:Pay special attention to your nutritional needs, increase your intake of fresh fruits and vegetables like broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower. Eat deep orange vegetables such as carrots,pumpkin, squash and yams.For lycopene eat cooked rather than raw tomatoes.

Consume plenty of fresh life juices and “Green drinks”from leafy greens with garlic and onions added.

Take appropriate supplements, exercise and reduce stress.

Drink steam-distilled water and lots of it- atleast 2 litres a day.

Eat unripe papaya (including a few of the seeds), fresh pineapple for bromelaine,onions and garlic.Add shiitake, reishi, and maitake mushrooms to the diet or take them in supplement form.

Limit your intake of soybeans and soy products, which contain enzyme inhibitors and take supplementary fibre.

Eliminate junk food, peanuts, processed foods, saturated fats, salt, sugar, white flour and all caffeine from the diet.

Avoid alcohol and cigarette and always use condom.

Seek out help from qualified health care provider and educate yourself.

A program that encourages immune system enchanment is the most beneficial.

Avoid Echinacea- It is an immune stimulsants that stimulates T-Cell replication, which in turn enhances replication of the virus.Exercise caution in your choice of food so as to avoid food-borne illnesses.

Speed remedy to treat Acquired Immunodeficiency syndrome is our Acquired Immunodeficiency syndrome solution kit. This kit is 100% compounded herbal medicines of various types which attack and treat the viruses naturally.







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