Natural herbs and remedies for HIV and AIDS

HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that attacks the body’s immune system. If HIV is not treated, it can lead to AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). There is currently no effective cure. Once people get HIV, they have it for life. Fortunately, traditional medicine has gone a long way through the research of this evil disease.

Through they research AFRICAN HEALTH ORGANIC has found a natural remedy made from medicinal plant and leaves in order to get rid of the evil in a short time.

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HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that attacks the body's immune system. If HIV is not treated, it can lead to AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency ...




Herbal tea 048 and 128 are natural remedies made from medicinal plants and leaves. The natural remedies are rich in active ingredients of proven effectiveness against HIV and other skin disease.

 Instruction of use:

Boil one tablespoon of the powder in one litre, let cool, and filter. Keep in a cool place. Drink half a glass, 3 times a day. Add the juice of a ripe lemon when setting.03 months of the treatment and the healing is assured.



Herbal tea and spices can improve digestion, stimulate appetite and preserve foods. A list of herbs and the beneficial effects claimed by people living with HIV/AIDS are given in the table opposite. The effects may not be the same for all people. People can try these herbs and decide for themselves whether they are helpful. They may also know of other remedies used in their country that they want to add.

Know that all herbs and spices should be used in moderate amounts. Exceeding these amounts may cause problems and have a toxic effect; moreover, the function of the herbs and spices will not be increased. They cannot replace healthy eating and should not be used in place of a healthy and balanced diet.


Benefits found by some people living with HIV/AIDS

How to use


Helps to relieve constipation

Use as an extract; boil and drink the concentrated water. To be used in limited amounts; stop immediately if it causes cramps or diarrhoea


Helps to relieve nausea and aid digestion; has an antiseptic function for mouth sores

Add to food to treat nausea and digestive problems. Use as a gargle for mouth sores


Flower heads have an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and healing function. Helps with infections of the upper digestive tract

Use as a compress to treat infected wounds. Prepare as a tea to help digestion


Helps with digestive problems, pain, diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, and loss of appetite

Add to food during cooking or prepare as a tea


Stimulates appetite, helps fight infection, heals ulcers and intestinal inflammation

Add a pinch to cooked or raw foods. For an energizing drink add fruit juice or water


Helps digestion and provides relief for nausea

Prepare tea from the leaves and flowers and drink several cups throughout the day


Good for colds and for weakness after colds or flu. Also used when feeling cold, for diarrhoea and nausea. Stimulates appetite. Gently stimulates digestive juices, encouraging bowel movements

Either add to meals or in tea, particularly ginger cinnamon tea for chesty colds or tuberculosis (see recipe in Annex 1)


Stimulate appetite, help weak digestion, diarrhoea, nausea, and vomiting

Use in soups, stews warmed fruit juice and tea


Helps to increase appetite and reduce flatulence. Controls bacteria and fungi

Add herb to meals


Has an antibacterial function, particularly for the lungs and during bronchitis. Eucalyptus oil from leaves increases the blood flow and reduces the symptoms of inflammation

Prepare tea from the leaves or extract (see recipe in Annex 1)


Helps to increase appetite, combat flatulence, and expel gas

Add spice to foods or prepare tea from the seeds. Use in limited amounts


Has antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal function, particularly in the gut, intestines, lungs, and vagina. Helps digestion and feeling of weakness. Also good for thrush, throat infections, herpes, and diarrhoea

Prepare tea or energy drink (see recipe in Annex 1), or use in food


Improves digestion, energizes, relieves diarrhoea, and stimulates appetite. Used for treating common colds, flu, and nausea

Use either as a spice in meals or prepare a ginger tea (see recipe in Annex 1)


Is antibacterial and helps digestion

Add lemon juice to food or drinks


Has a calming effect as well as soothing digestion and alleviating stress

Use as tea


Has an anti-inflammatory effect and helps digestion

Use as tea or gargle for mouth sores. Chew mint leaves to aid digestion


Brings down fever

Cut a fresh twig, remove the leaves and boil the bark in water; drink as tea. The bark can also be chewed


Reduces intestinal colic. Stimulates stomach secretions and activities and produces a feeling of hunger. The seed is used to remove excess water from the body

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Add raw or cooked to food


It May help with nausea. Reduces colic (abdominal pain and cramps), helps to control diarrhoea and stops vomiting. Used for relieving tension and sleeplessness

Prepare as tea, by boiling the leaves for about ten minutes. Add to food. (Peppermint can easily be grown in the garden and or in a pot near the house)


Has antiseptic and antifungal function. Relaxes nervous coughing and increases mucosal secretions. (particularly effective in the gut) Stimulates digestion and the growth of the good intestinal flora in the gut

Use as gargle or mouthwash, as a vaginal douche, or as tea

Turmeric/ yellow root

Digestive aid, antiseptic and antioxidant

Use powdered in rice, cereals, etc.

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