Overcoming HIV Using Traditional Herbs
Although more and more people are experiencing HIV/AIDS, but until now
there is no medicine that can cure the disease.
Therefore, the thing that can be done is to reduce the symptoms that appear
patients so that they live more comfortably.
Here are herbs for HIV that can help people living with HIV to
treat any health symptoms that may appear.
Various kinds of herbal remedies for HIV and AIDS:
1. Aloe vera
This plant is useful for overcoming constipation which is often a symptom of HIV / AIDS.
This plant can be used by taking the extract.
Boil aloe vera and then drink the boiled water.
However, immediately stop taking it if you have diarrhea.
2. Basil leaves
Leaves that are almost similar to basil leaves can be used to relieve nausea
and help with digestion. In addition, basil leaves also play a role in
wound healing in the mouth. You can add sliced basil leaves inside
your food when symptoms of nausea and abdominal pain appear. For sores in the mouth,
Basil leaves can be boiled and the extract is used as a mouthwash.
3. Calendula flower
Usually in Indonesia is known as an ornamental plant.
This type of flower can be used by PLWHA as a wound healer and anti-bacterial drug.
In treating wounds, calendula is used as an ingredient to compress the injured body part.
Meanwhile, if the patient has an infection that occurs in the digestive tract,
The head of the calendula flower can be used as tea to treat these symptoms.
Cardamom is a spice that is often used as a spice in Indonesian cuisine.
Herbs for HIV can actually help people living with HIV to overcome digestive problems,
symptoms of nausea and vomiting, and increased appetite.
It is not difficult to use cardamom as an herbal remedy for HIV,
can be used as tea or simply by mixing it as a cooking spice.
Cinnamon or cinnamon is useful for relieving flu symptoms, diarrhea, and nausea.
Not only that, the herbs for HIV can be relied on to increase appetite
and stimulate bowel movements.
Cinnamon can be processed into tea or mixed into cooking.
Cloves can increase appetite, help with nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Usually, cloves are used in various dishes, such as warm soups.
Coriander works to prevent the growth of bacteria and fungi in the body
in the body – which causes infection.
In addition, coriander can also be relied upon to increase
appetite of people living with HIV/AIDS,
so that the food intake is adequate.
Herbs for HIV can be used by PLWHA to increase appetite,
prevent flatulence, and expel gas.
Add seasoning to food or make it as a tea.
HIV-AIDS is one kind of disease that is very deadly and is a threat
which is so terrible for every sufferer who is stricken.
Often people with HIV AIDS are also ostracized in the community
so that his psychological burden is getting more and more depressed.
HIV is an abbreviation for Human Immunodeficiency Virus.
which is a type of virus that attacks the cells of the human immune system,
and undermine or also damage its function. While AIDS can be
interpret it with Acquired Immuno-deficiency Syndrome and describe a variety of symptoms
and infections involved with a weakened immune system.
HIV infection has also been used as a trigger for AIDS.
The stage of HIV in the body and the appearance of certain infections are
indication that HIV infection has progressed to AIDS.
Ways of Transmission of HIV-AIDS
Through unconventional intercourse.
Through blood transfusions.
Repeated use of needles is like a drug user.
Transmitted from mothers who are breastfeeding their babies.
Using razors, razors and razors at the same time results in injuries,
which the object has been infected with the HIV AIDS virus.
Early Symptoms of HIV Infection
There is a fever.
There is pain in the head.
Feel pain when swallowing.
There are red lesions on the body and usually do not itch.
3 Signs Adults Have HIV
Weight loss for 1 month or even more without knowing what the cause.
Have a fever for one month either that occurs immediately or comes and goes.
Diarrhea, which lasts for more than a month.
5 Signs Adults Have AIDS
Have a dry cough for a long time.
Swelling of the gland with no active infection.
Candidiasis, which is white, brings on a rash on the mouth, tongue or throat.
The skin all over the body feels itchy.
Herpes zoster that doesn't go away.
3 Signs of HIV AIDS in Children
Children experience slow growth.
Fever for a month or more.
Have chronic diarrhea for more than 2 weeks.