39185Re: Worlds AIDS Day: HIV and Alternative Medicine
- Dec 1, 2007Re: Worlds AIDS Day: HIV and Alternative Medicine
This is a very good article on HIV and Aides.
I would like to add a few things.
"Although as yet, there is no cure, the key to effective treatment
is early detection and intervention."
Prevention and education come first. But, if you already have HIV
or Aides, early detection and intervention are best.
The FDA and Big Pharma do not want you to know how to cure this
disease. Cures have been around, some of them for 15-20 years.
Remember Magic Johnson. You never hear about him any more.
He cured it. So can you.
So....how is it done?
1) The Beck Protocol
"Bob Beck said that you could heal cancer and Aides
with his Silver
Pulser although the complete protocol involved 3
instruments makes the Silver Pulser Lite for $115. or
you can go to a yahoo group by the name
of:microelectricitygermkiller and make one like it
yourself for a few dollars."
There are several yahoo groups on Bob Beck for more information.
2)You can make a Lee Crock device.
and heal yourself while you sleep.
3)Miracle ll products are cheap and have been used
for cancer-try E-bay- topically is best as in a
compress to the area and baths to detox. Start with 3
baths in a row(1-2 ozs.in tub) for 3 days. Get the
soap and neutralizer to start. Drink 1 oz. of
neutralizer the first day and slowly increase to 1-2
ozs./2x's/day in non acidic juice or water. And put
some lotion on topically 1-2x's/day. continue with the
baths 1-2x's/week. Also, you can massage gel or lotion all over the
4)Vibe machine Check at vibemachine.com to see who has one near
you. Dr's and D.C.'s how have them may accept insurance for these
5)Rife frequency treatments Get a machine with a Rife lamp or
bulb and not just contact for this.
6)Ozone Treatments Ozone water, sauna or wrap. Ozone is very toxic
to viruses and good for us.
7)Healing symbols or energetic therapy work. High vibrations will
kill HIV and viruses which are of a lower vibration as is all disease.
8)MMS One bottle is apx. $20. and will last for 6-12 months.
See the MMS yahoo group. MMS will kill all infectious agents in the
body. Don't go too fast or you will get a herz reaction. If so,
flush the toxins out with water or ozonated water.
From GLN: http://www.globallight.net
9)MAP:The Co-Creative White Brotherhood
Medical Assistance Program" by Machaelle Small
Wright. In print before 1991.
Just set your intent to Co-Create a MAP healing session for
yourself for any condition on any and all levels or for the whole world.
Invite Pan**, the Overlighting Deva of Healing, the White
Brotherhood Teams for all Life forms on Earth, the Higher Selves for
all Life forms on Earth, all to be present and work their miracles to
heal all Life in all the Kingdoms on Earth.
Then relax and allow the work to be done, knowing that your Higher
Self is a part of the healing team. When you feel complete with the
session (30-40 minutes), just go about your day, knowing that you have
made a beautiful and loving contribution to your healing and the
healing of the entire planet. And, so be it. It is done.
(**spirit of nature)
*MAP is a comprehensive medical program for humans
that addresses our general health; any specific
illness, disease or condition; injuries (serious or
small); our mental health; our emotional health; and
our overall well-being. It is a program that is
designed and set up to connect you with the medical
unit of the White Brotherhood where we are each
"assigned" a team of physicians whose expertise best
meets our individual needs. The only things that are
required to do this program are the book and your
willingness to learn the program. As a program, it
couldn't be more simple. With MAP you have high
quality medical assistance any time day or night-and
it's at no charge.
Send me an e-mail if you would like a short course
with directions for setting up a personal MAP session.
To order the book:
Machaelle Small Wright's website:
*** www.perelandra-ltd.com/Books_C3.cfm or
And the list goes on. There are more but this is enough.
Don't believe the BS from FDA, CDC etc. This is a cureable disease
if you do not wait too long. Either you try these things or you end up
with them controlling your life on medicaid and drug coctails
costing $100,000./month. These can help but they will not cure this
Fact#1: 10% of the world's scientists do not believe that HIV
Fact#2: Hep C is also caused by a retro-virus and therfore responds
to the same treatments listed above. The success rate is high is you
are persistent and have a positive attitude and keep your stress down
and the immune system up.
> Good Morning!
> Worlds AIDS Day: HIV and Alternative Medicine
> The fact that there has to be a "day" for this disorder, saddens me,
> yet it is appropriate for everyone to be more aware and that is why,
> as a society, we declare a day for many disorders.
> HIV is a virus. Viruses infect the cells of living organisms and
> replicate (make new copies of themselves) within those cells. A virus
> can also damage human cells, which is one of the things that can make
> an infected creature become ill.
> People can become infected with HIV from other people who already
> have it, and when they are infected they can then go on to infect
> other people. Basically, this is how HIV is spread.
> HIV stands for the 'Human Immunodeficiency Virus'. Someone who is
> diagnosed as infected with HIV is said to be 'HIV+' or 'HIV
> HIV Statistics
> *More than 25 million people have died of AIDS since 1981.
> *Africa has 12 million AIDS orphans.
> *At the end of 2006, women accounted for 48% of all adults living
> with HIV worldwide, and for 59% in sub-Saharan Africa.
> *Young people (15-24 years old) account for half of all new HIV
> infections worldwide - around 6,000 become infected with HIV every
> *In developing and transitional countries, 6.8 million people are in
> immediate need of life-saving AIDS drugs; of these, only 1.65 million
> are receiving the drugs.
> Ways in which you can be infected with HIV
> -Unprotected sexual intercourse with an infected person
> -Sexual intercourse without a condom is risky, because the virus,
> which is present in an infected person's sexual fluids, can pass
> directly into the body of their partner. This is true for unprotected
> vaginal and anal sex.
> -Oral sex carries a lower risk, but again HIV transmission can occur
> here if a condom is not used - for example, if one partner has
> bleeding gums or an open cut, however small, in their mouth.
> -Contact with blood from an infected person.
> -If sufficient blood from an infected person enters the body of an
> uninfected person then it can pass on the virus.
> -From mother to child. HIV can be transmitted from an infected woman
> to her baby during pregnancy, delivery and breastfeeding. There are
> special drugs that can greatly reduce the chances of this happening,
> but they are unavailable in much of the developing world.
> -Use of infected blood products. Many people in the past have been
> infected with HIV by the use of blood transfusions and blood products
> which were contaminated with the virus - in hospitals, for example.
> In much of the world this is no longer a risk, as blood donations are
> routinely tested.
> -Injecting drugs. People who use illegal injected drugs are also
> vulnerable to HIV infection. In many parts of the world, often
> because it is illegal to possess them, injecting equipment or works
> are shared. A tiny amount of blood can transmit HIV, and can be
> injected directly into the bloodstream with the drugs.
> It is not possible to become infected with HIV through:
> -sharing crockery and cutlery
> -insect / animal bites
> -touching, hugging or shaking hands
> -eating food prepared by someone with HIV
> -toilet seats
> Global statistics can be found at:
> Know Your Numbers
> Two numbers should be looked at, when discussing HIV infection:
> If you are being treated for HIV or AIDS, your doctor uses a number
> of blood tests to check how you're doing. One of the most important
> tests measures VIRAL LOAD, the amount of HIV in your blood. Another
> very important test counts your CD4 CELLS, sometimes called T-CELLS.
> CD4 cells are a key part of your body's disease-fighting defenses,
> called the immune system.
> CD4 cells help to organize your body's defenses against disease.
> Doctors can take a sample of your blood and count the number of CD4
> cells. Healthy adults and teenagers usually have a CD4 count of at
> least 800 cells per CUBIC MILLIMETER of blood (a cubic millimeter is
> a very small amount, roughly one small drop).
> HIV attacks CD4 cells, and as time goes by people with HIV often see
> their CD4 counts drop. The lower your CD4 count, the greater your
> chances of getting a number of very serious diseases. When your CD4
> count is below 200, the risk of illness becomes severe.
> Viral load tests, which tell the doctor how much HIV is in your
> blood, are a very important clue to how quickly HIV is doing harm.
> These tests go by several different names, like PCR (polymerase chain
> reaction) or bDNA (branched DNA), but they all work roughly the same
> way. They count HIV's genetic material -- the building blocks of the
> virus. People with a high viral load are much more likely to get sick
> or die of AIDS than people with a low viral load.
> Studies have shown that when treatment reduces your viral load, it
> also reduces your chance of getting an AIDS-related infection or
> dying. Recently, a group of expert scientists reviewed 18 studies of
> anti-HIV drugs, which involved over 5,000 patients. Over and over
> again they found the same thing: The more viral load was reduced, the
> healthier the patients stayed.
> Alternative Medicine and HIV
> Over the last decade, researchers have identified a number of drugs
> that slow progression of the virus as well as therapies to treat the
> many opportunistic infections that attack people with HIV disease.
> Although as yet, there is no cure, the key to effective treatment is
> early detection and intervention. This is done by strengthening the
> immune system, reduce stress, maintain good nutritional practices and
> exercise as a way to relieve stress and boost your immune system.
> Whether you have been diagnosed with HIV or not there should be an
> emphasis on improving lifestyle issues. Taking control of or your
> life and taking an active role in any disorder is an important
> adjunct to treatment. Consideration of alternative therapies in
> conjunction with conventional medicine may offer additional
> opportunities for those living with HIV/AIDS to be proactive in their
> Mind Medicine
> Stress is natural and affects your emotions. It can help you to deal
> with some situations. However, excessive stress can cause physical
> symptoms, it can damage your immune system and make you ill. Find
> ways of managing the stress in your life. Find ways to relax and
> recharge your batteries. Listen to your body; if you are tired, rest
> and you'll be better for it.
> HIV can bring anxieties. One way of tackling these are through
> getting information, by learning about your condition, gaining
> confidence in it, in yourself and making informed choices for your
> Boost Your Immune System with Meditation
> Fold your hands gently in your lap and close your eyes. Take a few
> deep breaths. Then just sit. If you have never meditated before, you
> will probably feel as if your mind is full of thoughts. Don't try to
> stop the thoughts, just watch them. Imagine that you are on the bank
> of a river and that your thoughts are the river going by. Don't try
> to stop the river, just watch it. Within a week, you will see the
> river begin to slow down. You may become impatient, or even bored.
> That's okay. If you find yourself complaining, just watch the
> thoughts pass by. Do this for 5 to 10 minutes. You may find that you
> fall asleep because you are so relaxed. That's good because, in many
> ways, you have begun to let go. Continue at this pace and each day
> allow just alittle more time for yourself to meditate. Doing this
> allows you to relax and forget about time.
> Consider these alternative therapies: Acupuncture, ayurveda, bodywork
> & massage, diet therapies, herbal medicine, homeopathy, mind-body
> therapies, Siddha medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, Unani
> medicine and yoga.
> Herbs, Supplements and Vitamins Beneficial for HIV Infection
> Free radicals are atoms or groups of atoms that have at least one
> unpaired electron, which makes them highly reactive. Free radicals
> promote beneficial oxidation that produces energy and kills bacterial
> invaders. However, in excess, they produce harmful oxidation
> or "oxidative stress" that can damage cell membranes and cell
> contents. These free radicals cause inflammation.
> In human beings, free radicals are the natural by-products of many
> processes within and among cells. Free radicals are created by
> exposure to various environmental factors, cigarette and tobacco
> smoke, air pollution, alcohol, drugs, radiation from televisions and
> computers, chemicals and a busy, stressful life.
> Antioxidants are a classification of several organic substances,
> which include vitamins C and E, vitamin A (converted from beta-
> carotene), selenium, alpha lipoic acid, and carotenoids. Together as
> antioxidants, these substances are thought to be effective in helping
> to prevent certain cancers, cardiovascular disease, and cataracts. At
> the cellular level, antioxidants serve to deactivate certain free
> radicals in turn helping to decrease inflammation. The best source
> for antioxidants are in fruits and vegetables. Acetyl-l-carnitine: is
> a molecule that occurs naturally in the brain, liver, and kidney.
> Natural levels of Acetyl-l-carnitine diminish as we age. Acetyl-l-
> carnitine is related to the amino acid L-Carnitine, which is a
> carrier of fatty acids across mitochondrial membranes, where energy
> is produced within each cell. N-Acetyl Cysteine (N-AC) is protective
> to Liver tissue and aids in breaking down excessive mucus.
> Alpha Lipoic Acid: is a unique antioxidant that is both water and fat
> soluble, which allows it to enter all parts of the cell to neutralize
> free radicals. Alpha Lipoic Acid contributes to and is important for
> the production of energy inside the cell by utilizing sugar to
> produce energy contributing to mental and physical stamina, reducing
> muscle fatigue and neutralizes free radicals. Alpha Lipoic Acid
> recycles and enhances the effects of both Vitamin C and Vitamin E.
> Alpha Lipoic Acid targets liver protection and is helpful for
> patients on hepatotoxic medications such as antiretrovirals,
> antifungals and typically any long-term medication protocols. No
> known contraindications exist. Possible side effects include skin
> rash and the potential of hypoglycemia in diabetic patients. People
> who may be deficient in vitamin B1 (such as alcoholics) should take
> vitamin B1 along with alpha lipoic acid supplements.
> Astragalus: is a Chinese herb that has been used for centuries for
> its immuno-modulating qualities. There is mixed scientific evidence
> on its efficacy with HIV, but well documented studies on its ability
> to stimulate the immune system. This herb is used often used in
> conjunction with other immune boosters such as reishi, maitake and
> shitake mushrooms.
> Beta-carotene: (Carotenoids), of which beta-carotenes are the most
> popular, are found in many fruits and vegetables, animals, plants and
> microorganisms. The body converts beta carotene into Vitamin A.
> Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin essential for vision, growth, cell
> division, reproduction and immunity. Among the 600 or more
> carotenoids in foods, beta-carotene, lycopene, and lutein are well-
> known leaders in the fight to reduce the damage from free radicals
> and are helpful with eye health.
> Boxwood: has been shown in research to foster immune stimulation and
> promotion of t-cell activation. This can be found in capsule and
> CoQ10: (Coenzyme Q10) is a vitamin-like compound also
> called "ubiquinone". It is an essential component of cells and is
> utilized by the mitochondria in the normal process of energy
> production. It helps convert food into energy at a cellular level.
> Coenzyme Q10 acts as an antioxidant, much like vitamins C and E,
> helping to neutralize the cell-damaging molecules known as free
> radicals. CoQ10 is one in a series of ubiquinones, naturally
> occurring compounds produced in nearly every cell of the body, and
> was discovered as recently as 1957.
> The primary function of CoQ10 is as a catalyst for metabolism. Acting
> in conjunction with enzymes, the compound speeds up the vital
> metabolic process, providing the energy that the cells need to digest
> food, heal wounds, maintain healthy muscles, and perform other bodily
> functions as a major antioxidant in cardiac tissue and has protective
> effects on brain tissue. Studies indicate high dosage can be used
> safely and effectively. Certain cholesterol lowering drugs have also
> been shown to deplete coenzyme Q-10. Patients on cholesterol lowering
> drugs should consider adding at least 200mg of CoQ-10 daily.
> Echinacea: (see drug-herb interactions) has been documented to
> stimulate the chemicals that promote t-cell activation and antibody
> production. It is very effective in lessening the course of the
> common cold and respiratory infections when used short term. There
> are some conflicting studies on its use long term as well as a
> caution that it may briefly increase viral load. Avoid long term (7-
> 10 days only) use as well as use prior to viral load blood counts.
> During the acute onset of a cold, 2 to 4 cups of strong echinacea tea
> or 3 capsules 3 times daily can help limit the course of the illness.
> Fiber: helps in regulating lipid levels, removes toxins and provides
> bulk for healthy bowel habits. The colon requires bulk for it to
> achieve healthy movement. Optimal intake of fiber is about 25-30
> grams per day. The ideal combination of soluble fiber (psyllium husk)
> and insoluble fiber (flax oil, fiber) helps to absorb water and
> toxins and adds roughage to bulk up stool and sweep away built up
> debris in the intestinal tract.
> Foods high in fiber are fruits such as apples peaches, raspberries
> and tangerines. Vegetables such as acorn squash, raw broccoli,
> brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, spinach, black-eyed
> peas, cooked zucchini, kidney beans and lima beans. Also cooked whole-
> grain cereal, cold (All-Bran, Total, Bran Flakes), whole-grain
> cereal, hot (oatmeal, Wheatena) and whole-wheat or 7-grain bread.
> Powdered psyllium is a quality source of supplemental fiber. Be sure
> to drink plenty of water, otherwise the fiber will form an
> obstructing mass, adding to your condition. Start with one rounded
> tablespoon of the powder stirred well into a glass of water or
> diluted juice.
> Fish Oil: is known for being rich in unsaturated fatty acids and
> provides rich OMEGA-3 fatty acids, (Pure EPA 360mg/DHA 240mg). Fish
> Oils are made from natural marine lipid concentrate and may help
> reduce or inhibit risk factors involved in cardiovascular disease, as
> well as inflammatory and immune disorders. Long term use of fish oil
> shelp prevent aging skin, menopausal symptoms, promote better
> circulation, lower cholesterol, prevent blood clots, reduce heart
> related risk, and the pain of arthritis. Omega-3 and polyunsaturated
> fatty acids found in fish and deep sea fish oil help to protect
> against heart and blood vessel disease. Natural, essential fatty
> acids are essential to normal human cell and tissue growth and
> maintenance. If not found regularly in the diet, the diet must be
> supplemented. These fatty acids are especially abundant in brain
> cells, nerve relay stations (synapses), visual receptors (retinas),
> adrenal glands, and sex glands. The most biologically active tissues
> in the body. Take. 1000mg of fish oil in the morning and 1,000 mg in
> the evening.
> Flaxseed oil: is derived from the seeds of the flax plant. Flaxseed
> oil and flaxseed contain substances that promote good health and is
> used as a nutritional supplement. It is rich in omega-3 fatty acids,
> especially alpha-linolenic acid, which appears to be beneficial for
> heart disease, inflammatory bowel disease, arthritis, cholesterol and
> a variety of other health conditions. Flaxseed also contains a group
> of chemicals called lignans that may play a role in the prevention of
> cancer. Take 1,000 mg of flaxseed oil in the morning and 1,000 mg in
> the evening.
> Ginger: is helpful in tea or herb form for controlling nausea and
> vomiting. An anti-inflammatory, ginger has been used in Ayurvedic and
> Chinese medicine as an anti-inflammatory. Taking 650 grams of fresh
> or powdered ginger per day indicated that ginger might be helpful.
> Suggested Dosage: 0.5 to 1 mg of powdered ginger daily
> Glutamine: is one of the most abundant amino acids in our bodies,
> found in the gastrointestinal tract. This amino acid is compromised
> when the immune function is low. Studies have shown that Glutamine is
> one of the best amino acid supplements in maintaining a healthy
> gastrointestinal lining and helps to repair gastrointestinal damage.
> It can also be helpful in managing diarrhea. 1 to 2 grams of powdered
> glutamine may be mixed in smoothies or water.
> Licorice: (Glycerrhiza) (see drug-herb interactions) also has been
> used as a complementary immune modulator, although it should be
> avoided in people with hypertension. In my experience the immune
> modulators work much better when combined together rather than used
> as singular treatments. Licorice can be consumed as a tea daily and
> the mushrooms may be included in food preparation or taken in liquid
> tincture form for a more consistent higher dose.
> Pau D'arco and Una de Gato: (Cat's Claw) are also clinically used to
> stimulate immune function and may be consumed in tea form daily or
> liquid tincture either during acute illness or as a preventative
> Probiotics: (Acidophilus, Bifidus, lactobacillus spirogenes) help to
> maintain balance of good and dangerous bacteria and compete for the
> food the dangerous bacteria need to grow and cause us problems.
> Lactobacillus acidophilus and bifidus may be found in yogurt with
> active culture or in supplements and can be consumed freely without
> known side effects. It should be refrigerated to maximize shelf life.
> Patients on antibiotic therapy, diagnosed with thrush, diarrhea or
> constipation should consider taking probiotics 2 capsules 3 times
> daily with meals. For thrush a capsule can also be opened in some
> water and used daily as a mouth rinse.
> Vitamins A, C and the B vitamins increase the immune function.
> Minerals such as Selenium help to stimulate immune function and fight
> infection, while Zinc enhances the immune system and assists in wound
> Herb-Drug Interactions
> Herb-drug interactions are very common. Some herbal medicines may
> cancel the effect of a prescription drug, others may reduce it, or
> even exaggerate it. If you are on HIV medication or medications for
> associated symptoms or disorders, consider the information below:
> Dong Quai: taken for menopausal symptom control. Do not mix Dong Quai
> with warfarin (anticoagulants), St John's Wort and some antibiotics
> such as sulfonamides, quinolones.
> Echinacea: mostly taken as an immune boost to prevent cold and flu.
> Do not mix Echinacea with some heart medications, antifungal
> medications, HIV medications and anti-anxiety medications.
> Ephedra: A powerful decongestant. Contains ephedrine, which can open
> up bronchial passages. It's controversial because it's a powerful
> stimulant that can raise blood pressure, cause insomnia and high
> blood pressure. Do not mix with heart medications or if you are being
> treated for high blood pressure, glaucoma or thyroid problems.
> Feverfew: taken to reduce the severity of migraines. Do not take with
> other migraine medications, as, it may raise heart rate and blood
> pressure. Feverfew has the potential to react with warfarin anti-
> coagulants, increasing the thinning of blood.
> Ginkgo: increases blood flow and circulation throughout the body, can
> also help improve memory. May interact with anti-coagulant
> medications such as Aspirin, Coumadin, heparin and warfarin, causing
> the blood to thin too much, and provoking a serious bleeding
> disorder. A recent report in the New England Journal of Medicine
> describes a case of a man who'd been taking Aspirin to prevent a
> heart attack and had spontaneous bleeding into the eye from the iris
> within a week of taking a daily dose of ginkgo. Should not be taken
> with HIV medications.
> Garlic: is thought to help lower cholesterol and prevent the
> formation of blood clots that could lead to heart attacks. Garlic
> capsules may increase blood thinning if you are already on anti-
> coagulants. Do not take with diabetes medication because it may cause
> a decrease in blood sugars. Use caution with HIV medications.
> Ginseng: used to help reduce stress, boost energy and improve
> stamina, and may also help lower cholesterol. Can cause nervousness
> and excitation, and overuse can lead to headaches, insomnia and heart
> palpitations. Can increase blood pressure. Should not be used if you
> are taking prescriptions for high blood pressure or Coumadin.
> Hawthorn: claimed to be effective in helping reduce angina attacks by
> lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Should not be taken
> digoxin, a heart medication. The mix may lower heart rate too much.
> Kava: is used to treat anxiety. It's also used to relieve insomnia
> and nervousness. Do not take Kava if you have a history of liver
> problems. Also do not mix with antidepressants, sedatives, and do not
> mix Kava with alcohol.
> Licorice: used to treat coughs, colds and peptic ulcers. High doses
> can lead to increased blood pressure, water retention and potassium
> loss. Do not use with diuretics or digoxin because it could lead to
> further loss of potassium, essential for heart function.
> St. John's wort: a natural anti-depressant for mild to moderate
> depression. Do not take with other anti-depressants, HIV medications,
> oral contraceptives, some heart/blood thinning medications and
> Tamoxifen (a cancer drug).
> Valerian: a mild sedative with hypnotic effects, used to promote
> sleep, Should not be taken with alcohol or Valium.
> Safe Sex Tips
> 1. Use latex condom for vaginal and anal intercourse. Use water-based
> lubricant (K-Y, Astroglide, and Probe); oil-containing products
> (Crisco, Vaseline, baby oil, lotion, and whipped cream) can destroy
> latex. A drop of lube inside the condom may increase sensitivity.
> Don't use saliva as a lubricant.
> 2. Other contraceptive devices do not protect against AIDS. Product
> containing nonoxyno1-9 (a spermicide) can kill HIV and may provide
> extra protection, but should not be relied on alone. Some studies
> show that nonoxyno1-9 can cause genital irritation that may promote
> HIV infection, especially with very frequent intercourse. The effects
> of ingesting nonoxyno1-9 are unstudied.
> 3. Blood-to-blood contact is the most direct route of HIV
> transmission. Sharing needles (for drug steroids piercing or
> tattooing) razors or any implement that draws blood is dangerous
> since blood may be left on used implements. Clean needles by rinsing
> several times with bleach then with water. Avoid contact with blood
> in s/m scenes. Whips or knives that break the skin should not be used
> on another person until disinfected with bleach or a cleaning
> 4. Use an unlubricated condom for oral sex if a man will come in your
> mouth. For oral sex on a woman or oral-anal sex (rimming) use a
> dental dam (latex square) a condom or latex glove cut to produce a
> flat sheet or non-microwaveable food wrap. Rinse powder off dams
> before use. Use all barrier only once and only on one person.
> 5. Oral sex on a man without ejaculation or on a non-menstruating
> woman is thought to be low risk activity. There is a risk that HIV
> could enter through small cuts of opening in the mouth gums of
> throat. Avoid brushing your teeth two hours before or after oral sex
> to minimize abrasions.
> 6. If you share sex toys like dildos or vibrators put on a fresh
> condom for each user (and when going from anus to vagina) or guard
> bleach alcohol or soap and water.
> 7. Use latex gloves for "finger penetration" or fisting to guard the
> wearer against infection through cuts on the hand or arm and to guard
> the partner against injury from fingernails.
> 8. Touching and kissing are safe. It is safe to get semen vaginal
> fluid or urine on unbroken skin. No AIDS cases have been traced to
> kissing, including deep (French) kissing.
> 9. Precautions against HIV infection can protect you from other
> sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia,
> herpes, yeast infections, amoebiasis, and hepatitis B.
> 10. Preventing other STDs can in turn minimize your chances of
> getting HIV infection, since many STDs cause sores in the genital or
> anal area or around the mouth which can provide a path for HIV
> Andrew Pacholyk, MS, L.Ac
> Therapies for healing
> mind, body, spirit