Here now are some examples of the typical acute problems occurring over and over again in HIV-positive and AIDS patients for which good functioning, alternative and non-toxic therapies are available. It is not necessary to immediately give the current orthodox medical, metabolism-blocking remedies (like cytostatins or loperamide), or even to give an antibiotic.
For acute diarrhea:
Along with activated charcoal and healing earth a number of other substances and very effective remedies are available which should be taken first. Additionally the patient should take glutamine powder. This is a component of the glutathiones. For over 20 years I have helped those affected persons with these substances and only in some few stubborn cases this is not sufficient.
For acute bronchitis:
Here a non-toxic preparation from orthodox medicine is available, the acetylcysteine (ACC or NAC), which I begin with HIV/AIDS patients anyway (see Part 2).
Additionally I give mustard oils and other ethereal oils in capsule form which have an antibacterial and antiviral effectiveness.
If this does not help, since the intestine really does not digest anything due to the acute illness, I give short infusions with glutathione, ACC, B vitamins, folic acid, selenium, and homeopathic lymph and cough remedies. At this point there usually occurs a complete healing without me having to use an antibiotic.
As with diarrhea the same thing applies here: Often I must use short infusions which work better and also faster than the oral dose of remedies. Since with acute bronchitis also the intestines, as well as the mouth, nose and throat mucous membranes are always involved and thus are not so absorptive.
For acute Bladder and Kidney Problems
In this case there are effective plant preparations such as berberis and solidago which work excellently, and in this way save the patient from the usual immediate antibiotic therapy.
The central role of the intestine
It is effective and wise that after the described acute therapy for all three above mentioned illness examples to do a so called intestinal redevelopment by taking intestinal bacterial cultures. More than 80% of our lymphocytes are located in the intestine, to which the T4 helper cells that became known through AIDS also belong. I reported about this extensively in the previous articles.
Located in the intestinal mucous membrane are also large numbers of small microbes and bacteria that in cooperation with the lymphocytes represent a protective wall to our immune cells.
You must imagine this like a “germ lawn” which protects the intestinal surface against disease causing germs and toxic substances. If the “lawn” is well maintained, it is no problem if sometimes a tiny little weed plant (say a fungus) grows. If now however the healthy little lawn plant (healthy intestinal germs) are damaged and/or destroyed (for example by antibiotics which are used to destroy germs) then the weed (again a fungus) is able to spread out into the developing vacant places. Then you must carry out redevelopment measures.
Actually after such redevelopment measures, there is a subjective improvement of the general illness feeling and also a halt to the previously occurring bronchial and intestinal illnesses. And we can also prove this objectively when a before and after stool test is done. Unfortunately this test is not paid by the legal health insurance companies. It costs approximately (the parameters vary) 150-200 Euro.