“First, some attention will be given to things that should absolutely be avoided. Below are described medications, actions, and nutrients that are absolutely forbidden for HIV/AIDS-patients.” – Micro-Surgeon Johan Van Dongen.
Micro-Surgeon Professor Johan Van Dongen.
Things that are absolutely forbidden
One should be very careful with radiation methodologies and the application of cortisol. If possible, they should be avoided.
There should not be any loss of blood in whatever form. Surgical operations should be avoided. Certain medicinal drugs that attack the immune system of the body should be avoided. Antibiotics should not be given or taken because they induce the production of HIV.
Nutrients that cause diarrhea should be avoided and also food substances that may irritate the stomach/ and or the intestines.
Things that should be done while treating HIV/AIDS
– Reducing the level of cortisol in the blood
– Using the substances that ameliorate the situation for HIV in the body and that
strengthen the nervous system. These substances are: Hypericin, Tryptophan and
– Using exclusively the following antidotes: Zinc, Lidocaine, Procaine , Nifedipin,
Cimetidine, opiates like Methadon, Naltrexone peptide T. and Thalidomide
– Individual prescription, according to the need of: Suramin, Ketacoazol and Rifabutin.
Increase the level of sex hormones by:
- a) Maintaining and bringing balance in the sensory perceptions
- b) Using Vitamin E (Spondyvit, Sanavitan).
- c) Make use of dehydro-epiandrostreron DHEA, Testosteron , Megestrolacetate,
- d) Oestrogen, RU 486 and Trichosantin.
Improve or renew the function of the thymus by providing thymus stimulating medication like Thym-Uvocal, Thymoject, TP-1 Serono, Thymopentin, Timunox. Also provide extracts of Arborvitae, Inosinptranobex (Inosin, Delimmum, Isoprinosin), Diethylthiocarbamate (Imuthiol, Disulfiram, Antabus), Tuftsin, Tacridin
Improve the interferon mechanism with Kemron (see reference).
Give the patients antibodies to fight infections by providing intravenous injections with gammaglobulins, called IgA, IgD, IgE, IgF and IgM
Bring HIV under control by providing: Dextran-sulphate; Sklerogamma, Asuro, Bicibon, which is available in see products, fish, crustaceans, alges and cartilage extracts; AL 721 (Essentiale Forte, Lipostabil 300, Ovothin 120; the yolk of an egg, nuts, lecithin, seed oil) and HPA-23.
In addition Johan Van Dongen provides some recommendations as how to treat a number of opportunistic infections that usually go hand in hand with HIV/AIDS:
– Candidiasis: Use Phaseoline, Ketaconazol (Nizoral)(, Amphotericin- B (Moronal);
– Cytomegalovirus infection: Ribavirin, Foascarnet, HPMMPC (Stals).
– Eppstein-bar-virus infection : Procaine, Lidocaine. Gargling three times a day with
– Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia: TMS and pentamidine.
– Kaposi sarcoma Inducing an electrical current to the water while bathing.
– Toxoplasmosis: TMS
– Cryptococcosis: Amphothericin B (Moronal)
– Isoporosis: Ketaconazol (Nizoral), Fluconazol, TMS
– Herpes simplex, type 1 and 2: Ointment or injections with Zovirax.
– Tuberculosis : Rifabutin
Treatment of infected patients should be adapted to the symptoms and clinical results. Following medicaments can be made available rather easily and are useful as a basic therapy for almost all aids patients and seropositive.
– 3x 1 tablet Hypericin (Hyperforat, Psychotonine, Aristoforat, Esbericum);
– 3 x 1 tablet Zinkorotrat;
– 3x 1 tablet Thym-Uvocal;
– 2 x 1 tablet Pentosanpolysulfat SP54:
– 1 x tablet Spondyvit
– For men: 3 x 1 tablet Andriol
-For women: 1 x 1 capsule of Oestrofeminal
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Thousands of people living with HIV/AIDS face discrimination daily at many places, including working place. When you love a person dearly, there wouldn’t be any room for discrimination in whatever situation you may find the person.
The fact that many fail to realize that aids patients are normal human beings who are sick and therefore need love, care, and respect in the community they live, shows the cruelty of this world. Love conquers all, but where is the love for HIV and AIDS patients?
Dedicated to HIV/AIDS victims worldwide, Aids Doesn’t Discriminate, So Why Do We? Is a book that eliminates the fears of caring for such patients and brings the human side to the forefront.
Joel Savage is a freelance writer, who enjoys the challenges of creativity and adventure. The son of a prolific journalist, Joel follows his father’s footsteps and starts writing at a very tender age. Joel considers his work as a pure genre of creative nonfiction .
He was born in Cape Coast, in the Central Region of Ghana, on January 19, 1957. Joel had his secondary school education at both Ebenezer Secondary School and Accra High School. He later studied at Ghana Institute of Journalism in Accra, Ghana. In 1985 he naturalized as a Sierra Leonean and of Belgium in 2008.
Joel wrote feature articles as a freelance writer for the Daily Graphic, the Ghanaian Times, and the Weekly Spectator in Accra for a certain period. Accredited card-holding member of Flemish Journalists Association, he lives in Antwerp, Belgium, with his wife and three children.