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Author Topic: earth friendly approach  (Read 2233 times)

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Offline terran

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earth friendly approach
« on: April 28, 2007, 09:47:18 PM »
Hey yall. I found some interesting info. A natural treatment has been discovered. Thought this might be encouraging for everybody if you haven't heard about it.
Do a google on hiv treatment from sunflowers. A man found this natural treatment while examining a sunflowers defence from bacteria. When the plant is cut, it produces natural barriers to protect itself. Problem is, this ingrediant is very very expensive. So people are trying to mass produce it at an affordable level.
Read about it, afterall it may be the latest and greatest once available. It is a natural product from earth.
Wanted to share something I found.

Much love!

Offline terran

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Re: earth friendly approach
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2007, 10:09:25 PM »
Its called DCQA

Offline risred1

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Re: earth friendly approach
« Reply #2 on: April 29, 2007, 06:59:32 PM »
Its good to hear about chemicals that stops HIV. But it really is a long way from petri dish to consumable medicine. Many things can go wrong including that the stuff is toxic. Just because its from a plant, doesn't mean that it won't cause harm. Lots of natural things are bad for us, so lets hope that this chemical works and can be manufactured into something we can take, providing that all the testing that needs to be done show it has efficacy and is safe enough to take.


 

risred1 - hiv +
02/07 CD4 404 - 27% - VL 15k
10/07 CD4 484 - 31% - VL 45k
05/08 CD4 414 - 26% - VL 70k
01/09 CD4 365 - 23% - VL 65k
05/09 CD4 291 - 23% - VL 115k - Started Meds - Reyataz/Truvada
06/09 CD4 394 - ?% - VL 1200 - Boosted Reyataz with Norvir and Truvada
07/09 CD4 441 - ?% - VL 118 - Boosted Reyataz with Norvir and Truvada
09/09 CD4 375 - ?% - VL Undetectable - Boosted Reyataz with Norvir and Truvada
12/09 CD4 595 - ?% - VL Undetectable - VIT D 34 - Reyataz/Truvada/Norvir

Offline Jacques

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Re: earth friendly approach
« Reply #3 on: April 30, 2007, 12:39:51 AM »
"Dicaffeoyl quinic acid (DCQA) can prevent the HIV virus from reproducing, at least in cell cultures"

Many substances show antiviral activity "in vitro", but fail to be effective when applied to human organism.
I'd better wait and see.

Jacques

hiv 1987
vl<50
Cd4 950  45%
Jacques
Living positively since 1987
latest lab :july 2010
Undetectable Cd4 1080
43% on Reyataz/Norvir/Truvada


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