Natural treatments for HIV

HIV or human immunodeficiency virus is mainly transmitted through sexual contact. It cannot be cured totally and no one is aware of the fact that is responsible for the emergence of HIV virus. The researchers are aware of the fact as to how it attacks the body and what is it made of but the fact of the emergence of the virus is still a mystery. It is caused by getting in touch with the vaginal fluid, blood or semen that has already been infected by the disease. HIV virus normally spreads to others mainly through these causes:

a. The infants can get infected from their mothers at the time of delivery or at the time of nursing.

b. Contacting sexually with someone who has already been infected with the disease.

c. Getting in touch with with an infected syringe or needle.

HIV can be treated with a number of natural ways. One of these natural treatments for HIV is that of Bob Beck protocol. As per this treatment, one must avoid ingesting any medicinal herb either unknown or house hold, avoid potentially toxic medication, alcohol, nicotine, recreational drugs, laxatives, garlic and tonics as well as potentially toxic vitamins. This treatment is not recommended for pregnant women and individuals who is to undergo this treatment should not smoke, use pacemakers, intake tea coffee, painkillers, alternative or orthodox treatments, vitamins or counter medications. After stopping these things, the AIDS patients must not wait for more than two days and start the Bob Beck Protocol treatment.

Bob Beck Protocol requires Bob Beck equipment. Before the onset of the treatment, a complete chlorine dioxide treatment is required the knock down the level of viral to virtually nothing. After that, the Bob Beck Protocol helps to eliminate the remaining microbes within the first 4-6 weeks. It first stops their breeding and then safely eliminates them from the body.

Besides this treatment, many herbs like St. Johns Wort, Aloe Vera, Echinacea, ginseng and licorice are used to treat HIV. Cat’s claw is also used for the treating of HIV.