+27682935641 Use of Herbal Medicine to Treat HIV/AIDS IN NAMIBIA, BOTSWANA, ANGOLA,SOUTHAFRICA,
The use of herbal remedies for terminal illness is very common and the fact that HIV infection has no pharmacological cure has prompted many to seek traditional medicines and spiritual solutions. People infected with HIV infection in SOUTHAFRICA started looking for a natural solution in 1987 when the first case was reported (Abalaka, 2004). Although free highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) is widely available, many HIV patients are desperately looking for a quicker solution to the existing problems of long-duration therapy by consulting with herbal therapists. Campaigns by media houses and discouragement by medical practitioners has not stopped herbal therapists from flourishing in the HIV infection treatment business.

Many herbal remedies have been reported to play prominent roles in HIV infection management ( Like HAART, some herbal remedies have been found to inhibit one or more steps in HIV replication (De Clereq, Canolides (coumarins) from the tropical forest tree Calophyllum lanigerum have been considered to be equal to a non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor in potency (Dharmaratne et al., 2002). A carbohydrate derivative, pentosan poly-sulphate, has been documented to inhibit HIV tat regulatory protein (p14), which strongly activates transcription of proviral DNA (Watson et al., 1999). Ancistrocladus korupensis, the tropical liana plant, inhibits reverse transcriptase and HIV-induced cell fusion (Matthee et al., 1999). Despite the fact that sero-reversion is very rare, some Chinese medicines have been reported to cause sero-reversion in HIV patients
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