Herbal remedy for AIDS

AIDS or Acquired immune deficiency syndrome is one of the most well known and hyped diseases in today’s world. As we know, Aids is caused by a virus called HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). HIV virus is transmitted by having sex with infected people, sharing a needle with a HIV infected person, if your parents are HIV positive. Many people do not develop any symptoms when they first become infected with HIV. Some people, however, get a flu-like illness within three to six weeks after exposure to the virus. This illness, called Acute HIV Syndrome, may include fever, headache, tiredness, nausea, diarrhoea and enlarged lymph nodes (organs of the immune system that can be felt in the neck, armpits and groin). These symptoms usually disappear within a week to a month and are often mistaken for another viral infection.

HIV virus can make your body really weak resulting in CP (Pneumocystis pneumonia), a lung infection; KS (Kaposi's sarcoma), a skin cancer; CMV (Cytomegalovirus), an infection that usually affects the eyes, Candida, a fungal infection that can cause thrush (a white film in your mouth) or infections in your throat or vagina . AIDS-related diseases also include serious weight loss, brain tumors, frequent fevers and sweats, severe or recurring vaginal yeast infections, chronic pelvic inflammatory disease or severe and frequent infections like herpes zoster, periods of extreme and unexplained fatigue that may be combined with headaches, lightheadedness, and/or dizziness, rapid loss of more than 10 pounds of weight that is not due to increased physical exercise or dieting, long-lasting bouts of diarrhoea ,swelling or hardening of glands located in the throat, armpit, or groin, periods of continued, deep, dry coughing, increasing shortness of breath ,the appearance of discolored or purplish growths on the skin or inside the mouth, unexplained bleeding from growths on the skin, from mucous membranes, or from any opening in the body, recurring or unusual skin rashes, severe numbness or pain in the hands or feet, the loss of muscle control and reflex, paralysis or loss of muscular strength an altered state of consciousness, personality change, or mental deterioration and other health problems. 

 As of now, there is no cure for AIDS. There are drugs that can slow down the HIV virus, and slow down the damage to your immune system but there is no way to "clear" the HIV out of your body. Other drugs can prevent or treat opportunistic infections (OIs). In most cases, these drugs work very well. The newer, stronger ARVs have also helped reduce the rates of most OIs. A few OIs, however, are still very difficult to treat.