Jatropha curcas and cassava extracts against HIV / AIDS

Treatment of HIVAIDS with natural medicinal plants

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Scientists believe that HIV originally came from a virus particular to chimpanzees in West Africa during the 1930s, and originally transmitted to humans through the transfer of blood through hunting. Over the decades, the virus spread through Africa, and to other parts of the world. However, it wasn’t until the early 1980s, when rare types of pneumonia, cancer, and other illnesses were being reported to doctors that the world became aware of HIV and AIDS. This timeline highlights some of the major events and discoveries in HIV and AIDS since this time.

In the US, reporting unusually high rates of the rare forms of pneumonia and cancer in young gay men begins. The disease is initially called Gay-Related Immune Deficiency (GRID) because it is thought it only affects gay men. Cases are also reported in Injection Drug Users by the end of the year. 




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The symptoms of HIV can vary greatly, depending on the characteristics of the human body and the stage of the disease.

The most common early symptoms of HIV are:

  • fever and chills
  • night sweats
  • muscle pain
  • rash
  • sore throat
  • general exhaustion
  • swollen lymph nodes
  • mouth ulcers

However, not all people living with HIV have these symptoms, and in some cases, the incubation period may be more than ten years.

After an early phase, HIV becomes a chronic disease. In this case, the virus is still present in the body and affects the human body, but multiplies much more slowly than at the beginning. If HIV has become chronic, the person may not have any symptoms.

When a person develops AIDS, their symptoms are associated with various infections that are caused by a weak immune system.

Some of the most common symptoms are:

  • recurrent fever above 38.5 ° C
  • ulcers in the mouth, anus and genitals
  • rapid weight loss
  • pneumonia
  • neurological problems, including memory loss
  • constant enlargement of the lymph nodes
  • very much exhaustion
  • visual disturbances
  • chronic diarrhea

If a person suspects that they may be infected with HIV, they should definitely see a doctor for a test or buy an HIV test from a pharmacy, as it is not possible to diagnose the disease on the basis of symptoms alone. However, a person who knows that he or she is infected with HIV should see a doctor as a matter of urgency and prevent others from becoming infected.


Duration of treatment

To be cured of HIV, that is to say, to have a zero viral load after test results a few months apart, it will be necessary to strictly follow the treatment. The treatment will be taken over a period of two months for optimal effectiveness.

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Jatropha curcas, also known as the Barbados nut, is a perennial shrub or small tree belonging to the Euphorbiaceae or spurge family. The region of its exact origin is uncertain, but it is assumed to be Mexico and Central America. However, it was introduced to Africa and is now cultivated around the world. Some of the popular common names for Barbados are  Barbados, bedbugs, big purge nut, black vomit nut, tangy brazil nut, bubble bush, Cuban physical nut, curcas bean, fig nut, physical nut, pork nut, nut poison, purge, nut purge, nut purge, wild castor, jatropha and Mexican pine. The genus name Jatropha is derived from two Greek words jar's (doctor) and troh'e (food), indicating its valuable use in traditional medicine. The specific epithet, 'curcas', was first used by Portuguese physician Garcia de Orta over 400 years ago.



Other uses of Jatropha Curcas 

Skin disease: how to recognize the different symptoms ...

  • Wounds: Apply fresh Barbados latex to your wounds. It helps to heal them quickly.
  • Skin Diseases:  Use Barbados nut latex as an ointment on damaged skin.
  • Gum disease:  use Barbados nut leaf decoction as a mouthwash.
  • Scab: Make a decoction of Barbados nut leaves. Wash your infected skin with it.
  • Abscess:  Grind the leaves of Barbados nuts to make a paste. Apply it on the abscess.
  • Galactagogue: Heat a few leaves of the Barbados nuts. Tie them in a piece of fabric. Use it as a poultice on your chest.
  • Purgative: roasted 3-4 seeds of Barbados. Take them with lukewarm water.
  • Insufficient Breast Milk:  Barbados nut poultice is good for increasing milk production. Heat 3 to 4 Barbados nut leaves. Put on the breast and the bandage.

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