How to Strengthen the Immune System


There is currently no effective standard treatment for AIDS, and none anticipated. Therefore any help for the AIDS patient must come from the application of the laws that govern immunity .These laws should be studied and applied religiously in order to strengthen the immune system.


Vitamin C Can Help Your Cells.

According to Contagious Disease Control (CDC) spokesperson, most patients do not live more than three years after diagnosis. Vitamin C apparently stabilizes the loss ofT- helper cells.

What are T -helper cells? In order to understand what they are, an explanation of T – cell is necessary .The T -cells along with B-cells are macrophages, white blood cells (leukocytes) that help protect the body against invading bacteria and viruses.

Both d1e B-cells and the T- cells originate in the liver and then migrate to the bone marrow, where they follow different lines of development, specializing into various kinds of “stems,” or precursor cells.

The T cells then move from the bone marrow to the thymus gland. Hence, T -cells get their name from ‘thymus,” while B-cells are named from bone marrow.

The B-cells are responsible for producing antibodies, which are substances specifically matched to each individual antigen (allergen). The job of the antibodies is to help in neutralizing or destroying antigens.

When an antigen, undergoes a physical change. For example, the B-cell increases in size and divides into several cells known as plasma cells which secrete the antibodies.

Some of these antibodies then circulate throughout body, where they can interact with the corresponding antigen. ‘Others are secreted on the surface of B-cells and help in recognizing antigens.

It is because they release antibodies into the body fluids to combat antigens that the B-cells are said to be involved in humoral (blood and lymph) immunity.

Meanwhile, the T -cells develop into various specialized kinds of cells responsible for cell medicated immune reactions. Instead of reacting to the presence of antigens by producing antibodies, the T -cells influence neighboring white blood cells and other cells.

T – cells are there to fight bacteria, fungi, parasites, and intracellular viruses (the ones that attack from within the body’s cells).

Some T -cells influence other cells by turning on or off reactions in the immune system. T -helper cells may induce B-cells to respond to the presence of an antigen, and they may also stimulate activity in other T -cells.

T -suppressor cells operate in the opposite direction, regulating the immune response by turning off certain cell and attach to cells and spread once they have infected them. With my program there is no need for AZT.


Killing Free Radicals.

Vitamin C is very effective in killing free radicals. When you take Vitamin C in massive doses, it reacts as a free radical scavenger.

Free radicals are free roaming molecules that, if unchecked, can damage cells, produce genetic changes, and is one of the main causes of  kaposi sarcoma cancer in AIDS patients. Vitamin C will disarm these free radicals, and at the same time step up the immune system.


Aloe Vera and AIDS

After many months of observation and reading a report by Ron Mealy on Aloe Vera concentrate, I decided to include Aloe Vera juice concentrate in my AIDS program.

We found it helps with Epstein Barr and AIDS. Everyone that took the juice concentrate stated that energy increased and they were able to sleep through the night.

A team of scientists from Texas A & M University and three other institutions say that acemannan (which is a component of Aloe Vera) purified from green, spiky AloeVera plants, appears to help drugs such as retrovir (zidovudine, a drug formerly known as AZT) and acyclovir (ACV) block the pathology associated with the human immuno deficiency virus (HIV) and herpes simplex virus (HSV). They also found that the compound interfered with HIV ability to reproduce in affected.

Dr. Maurice C. Kemp, a virologist at Texas A & M’s college of Veterinary Medicine said the research suggests that one-tenth the AZT dose could be administered to AIDS patients if it is given with acemannan.

Kemp’s laboratory research uses cultures of cells to study how acemannan affects the way viruses attach to cells and spread once they have infected them. With my program there is no need for AZT.



Garlic has been used for thousands of years. An Egyptian medical papyrus dating from around 1500 BC discusses the use of garlic in 22 prescriptions.

Garlic was used during World War I to fight typhus and dysentery. In World War 2, British physicians treating battle wounds with garlic reported its benefits in warding off septic poisoning and gangrene.

In 1944, a Chester J. Cavallito, identified garlic’ s strong odor as the compound, Allicin, as an antibiotic.

Tests found raw garlic more powerful than penicillin and tetracycline. Literally hundreds of studies confirm garlic as a broad-spectrum antibiotic against a long list of microbes that spread disease, including botulism, tuberculosis, diarrhea, staphylococcus, dysentery and typhoid. Garlic is antibacterial, antifungal, an- tiparasitic, antiprotozoan, and antiviral.

The National Library of Medicine, in Bethesda, Maryland, a prestigious repository of medical literature, contains about 125 scientific papers on garlic revealing the potent compounds that appear to retard heart disease, stroke, cancer, and a wide range of infections.

Garlic can help your brain function. Dr. Garagus had noticed an article in the Chinese Medical Journal. Chinese doctors referred to the ancient practice of administering garlic.

They fed and injected garlic into patients with a serious infection called cryptococcal meningitis. Of sixteen who got the garlic, eleven survived~ For a cure rate of sixty eight percent, this was not bad, considering that this infection gets in the spinal cord and into the brain.

Even some powerful antibiotics can’t cross the blood-brain, barrier to attack the bacteria. That meant garlic, or at least some chemical of garlic probably did travel from the blood stream or spinal fluid and into the brain, where it destroyed the bacteria, and caused no side effect unlike prescription antibiotics.

Dr. Garagus looked up the medical literature and found that garlic was once extensively used to treat tuberculosis. In fact, in days before man-made antibiotics, garlic was the drug of choice against TB.

At the turn of the century the head of a large tuberculosis ward in Dublin reported remarkable cure rates from eating, inhaling, and smearing garlic on the chest as an ointment.

Around the same time in New York City , a physician compared the effectiveness of fifty five tuberculosis treatments and found garlic the best.

The ancient Egyptians worshipped garlic. Poling the Elder, a Roman administrator and naturalist living in the first century AD recommended garlic for no fewer than sixty one ailments, and what better company could one want. Even Louis Pasteur in 1858 put a dollop of garlic in a petri dish and recorded that the bacteria died.

Researchers at George Washington University had confirmed a chemical in garlic that thinned blood. Tuberculosis is on the upswing in the United States.

Major carriers of this mycobacterium are those infected with HIV. Some AIDS victims are infected by a fungal bug call M. A vlum, previously seen only in birds. Fungal infections in the United States have doubled or tripled in the last five years.

Drs. Garagusi and Delaha were seeing more blood samples infected by these strains of fungus bacteria. To see if garlic is as effective against fungi as the Chinese medical report said, Dr .Delaha peeled and ground up ten bulbs of garlic in a blender.

He extracted the active ingredient, allicin, from the garlic pulp, and the result was a frozen extract of garlic. He put thirty strains of seventeen species of mycobacterium in sterile petri dishes and then introduced the garlic compound in various concentrations.

Then he watched the bacteria grow in the non-garlic dishes thrive. The one with garlic in the dishes withered and died.

Garlic killed or did damage to all the fungal bacteria. (AIDS patients have a big problem with fungal disease). Garlic not only did damage to fungal infection, but also to those that caused tuberculosis.

In fact, it was extra potent against the TB bacteria. Better than standard antibiotics, garlic rips apart the mycobacterium cell walls or interferes with their enzymes so they starve to death. Dr. Garagus said he wished he knew, how and why garlic works.


Herbs and Plants as Healers

“Hear, hear, hear,” the word of the Lord. Revelation 22 :2. “In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, was there the tree of life, which bare twelve manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month: and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.”

Psalms 104:14 “He causeth the grass to grow for the cattle, and herb for the service of man: that he may bring forth food out to the earth.”

Dr. Norman Farnsworth, (the Director of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, Health Sciences Center, University of Illinois at Chicago) set up computer data with about 50,000 scientific references on foods and their active chemicals.

About 25 % of all prescription drugs used in the world were derived from natural plant substances. He did a study of these 140 pure drugs derived from ninety species of plants and found excellent folk remedies.

In seventy-four percent of the case the purified active chemical is used to treat the same disease as the plant was reputed to cure. We owe the plant kingdom a lot.

Science first found a plant to yield a chemical benzoic acid in the sixteenth century. In 1804 the opium poppy gave us morphine. After that, plant pharmacology went into high gear.

Today western medicine counts on plants to turn out such common drugs as acetyldigoxin, allantoin, aspirin, valium, bromelain, codeine, digitoxin, 1- dopa, leurocristine, papain, physostigmine, pseudoephedrine, quinine, re-serpine, scopolamine, strychnine, theophylline, xanthotoxin, camphor, and menthol capsaicin.

Still only (five to ten percent) of the 250,000 plant species on the face of the earth have ever been examined.

Common sense tell us that if you got so much out of only ninety species, there must be a herb that can cure AIDS.


Poke Root weedyields a drug that fights AIDS.

A drug developed from the leaves of an otherwise poisonous weed appears to be 1,000 times more potent than the drug AZT in destroying the AIDS virus, researchers said.

The University of Minnesota said the drug contains a virus fighting protein from the new leaves of pokeweed, a perennial American herb that is otherwise poisonous to humans.

When used alone, the protein inhibits the production of the AIDS virus in those cells in the immune system, the researchers said.

When coupled with monoclonal antibodies, inhibition of the AIDS virus production was increased as much as 1,000 fold. Clinical tests are to begin soon. Herbalist’s have been using pokeroot for many years with a very good cure rate.


The Treatment

  • Take one tablespoon of poke juice from the leaves of poke weed which is also known as poke salad. Mix in 8 oz. of water and drink three to four times daily.
  • Pau D’ Arco kills viruses and builds the immune system. Take 10 capsules daily.
  • Take 1/2 cup of aloe vera concentrate twice daily on an empty stomach. Refrigerate after opening.
  • Take ten capsules daily of Echinacea, a blood cleanser and immune system booster.
  • Take 21 garlic capsules daily.
  • Take 10,000 mg. of Vitamin C daily.
  • Take 25,000 IV’s of Vitamin A twice daily. Marshmallow herb is a good source of it.
  • Take 100 mg. of Niacin three times daily. Note: Niacin will feel warm and your face will flush for a few minutes.
  • Take an over-heated (108-110 degrees F) bath, nightly. Mix one pound of Epsom salt per bath.

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