What is your opinion about South Africa's policy on HIV/AIDS medication?

South Africa
November 29, 2006 9:20am CST
You probably heard that South Africa has on numerous occasions emphasized good nutrition (garlic beetroot etc.) as the cure for AIDS. What is your opinion? Lets reflect on this issue in some detail!
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@Boniswa1 (15)
• South Africa
2 Dec 06
Firstly, there is no known cure for AIDS. It also needs to be remembered that it is not just the HIV virus (which, as far as i know, has never been isolated) that causes AIDS. AIDS is the stage when the body's immune system is completely weakened and the body can no longer fight against any virus. ARV's might be a solution for some, but it should be a personal choice. Personally, i would never use them should i contract the virus - too poisonous. Any medical professional will agree that good nutrition is an important factor, but i think that by the time most South Africans are diagnosed, nutrition alone is not enough. There are natural products available that greatly help the body restore its immune systems. Unfortunately, it only takes one or two operators with questionable integrity to make live impossible for the others out there who can truly help. I am a Traditional Healer and have many patients who have increased their quality of life and immune system significantly over the last few months. It is a natural, organic medicine in capsule form, made from traditional medicinal plants. My aim is to get this product on the market to more people. I'm doing everything according to the book and is in the process of applying for funding to undertake a proper clinical trial as dictated by Western Science. I firmly believe that if Western Science takes hands with African Wisdom we can create magic and make headway in fighting this devastating monster called AIDS.