The HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is a virus that is transmitted through blood and sexual contact unprotected and can be found in various tissues of the body, but has its main effects on the immune system.

Hence, the HIV mainly suppresses the immune system destroying white blood cells called CD4 + T cells (CD4 cells for short) and makes the body vulnerable to infections. As a result, diseases such as tuberculosis, diarrhea, meningitis, pneumonia that can be treated under normal conditions cause serious bodily harm, and in some cases, cancer can be observed.

Medications developed for HIV now prevent the virus from reproducing in the body and the immunosuppressive effect, ensuring that people with HIV lead long and healthy lives. For this, it is important to start treatment early and continue regularly under the supervision of a doctor.

What is AIDS?

AIDS is an acronym for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. AIDS caused by the HIV virus is the stage when the immune system is vulnerable to life-threatening infections and cancers. Contrary to popular belief, AIDS does not occur in everyone with HIV.

Thanks to antiretroviral drugs developed against the HIV virus, the immune system can fight infections without serious damage, meaning that the body’s resistance does not decrease. In addition to drug treatment after HIV transmission, AIDS may not occur depending on the person’s living conditions and the body’s resistance, and it may occur after 5 to 15 years or more.

The prevalence of HIV around the world and Turkey is a contagious HIV infection is common these days all over the world. According to data from the World Health Organization, 37 million people around the world are infected with the HIV virus. 60% of people with HIV receive antiretroviral therapy.

In our country, with the growing awareness and possibilities of HIV testing, the number of people diagnosed is increasing. However, in Turkey it is considered among the countries where AIDS is not common. According to an investigation carried out by the Ministry of Health between 1985 and 2018,

The number of people living with HIV in Turkey 18, 1736 AIDS cases and 557 people are available. The age group with the highest number of cases is 30-34 years and 25-29 years.

Given the distribution by mode of transmission, we observe that 49% of cases are sexually transmitted and 71% of these reported cases of sexual transmission are heterosexual.

The number of people diagnosed with HIV in 2018 is 2,199, and 83% of them are men. Among those diagnosed, those aged 25 to 29 outnumber the other age groups. There has been an increase in the trend of HIV over the years.

Red Jatropha: the plant called “goodbye AIDS”

However, in Africa, AIDS no longer appears to be an incurable disease. Many healers and even naturopaths claim to have the cure for AIDS. So, one of them posted a photo of a plant on social media that he believes is curing HIV. This plant is the red Jatropha, according to him it allows him to say goodbye to AIDS.

Let’s discover together, Red Jatropha, a plant that completely cures the body from HIV AIDS. This information was revealed on social networks, by a naturopath who later gave the recipe for its use.

Here is the prescription:

  • Knead, grind or knead some leaves in water to obtain a juice.
  • Therefore, strain the juice and drink 3 glasses a day (morning, noon and night) for one (1) month.
  • To speed up the effectiveness, avoid any food, at least 1 hour before drinking or after taking the treatment.

Jatropha and cassava to cure HIV AIDS

– Red Jatropha Curcas

  • Cassava
  1. Grind the cassava with a manual press to obtain its juice
  2. Mix or grind some red jatropha curcas leaves in water to get its juice.
  3. Mix the two solutions.
How to use

Drink 3 glasses a day (morning, noon, afternoon) for 2 months.
To speed up the effectiveness of the treatment, avoid all meals, at least 1 hour before or after taking the medicine.

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