If I had HIV, I would immediately order the herbal supplement Sutherlandia OPC, which has proven in thousands of users and in a recently concluded clinical trial to be 100% effective at reversing HIV. The supplement is made up of 80% of an aqueous extract of oleander and 20% of an aqueous extract of the South Africa Cancer Bush (Sutherlandia Frutescens).
For more information:
Success Against Cancer and HIV in South Africa
HIV/AIDS Clinical Trial using Oleander is 100% Successful
Oleander was found in European studies in 1986-87 to have over six times the immune stimulating activity of the two most powerful patented immune stimulators known to man. The South African Cancer bush has been so impressive against HIV, cancer and a number of other conditions that the government of South Africa issued a postage stamp in its honor.
For more information about the South Africa Cancer Bush see this non-profit site:
The address for the Sutherlandia OPC supplement is:
Other than the two herbs in the supplement, it is a good idea to use other immune stimulizers with caution (except Cat's Claw). The best herbs to use for HIV are:
Aloe, Andrographis, Astralagus, Bromelain, Cat's Claw, Catuaba, Epimedium, Licorice, Maitake mushroom, Prunella, Rooibos, St. John's Wort, Saw Palmetto, Shitake mushroom, and Turmeric.
- Do not take aloe vera juice if you have diarrhea
- Do not use astralagus if you have a fever or skin infection
- People who are allergic to pineapple may develop a rash from Bromelain. Discontinue if itching develops
- Do not use cat's claw if you have insulin-dependent diabetes. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. Do not give to a child under 6 years of age
- Avoid epimedium if you have any kind of prostate disorder
- Do not use licorice if you have glaucoma, high blood pressure, or an estrogen-dependent disorder such as breast cancer, endometriosis, or fibrocystic breast disease
- Do not use prunella if you have diarrhea, nausea or vomiting
- Do not use St. John's Wort if you are on prescr*iption antidepresseants or any medication that interacts with MAO inhibitors. Use it with caution during pregnancy. The herb may increase the chances of developing sun blisters if you are out in the sun too long.
The Sutherlandia OPC supplement should be compatible with all of the other listed botanicals - though it should be quite sufficient all by itself.
Live long, live healthy, live happy!