Several recent HIV studies explore radical approaches to eradicating the virus from the human body. Not too long ago, a Rutgers University study found that the drug Ciclopirox, an anti-fungal foot cream, completely destroys HIV in cell cultures. There’s even a little-known patent (conspiracy alert), that suggests HIV can be cured entirely with injections of tetrasilver tetroxide to the blood stream.
Now a new study has shown that regular marijuana use may significantly slow the spread of HIV in patients by preserving critical immune tissue. Scientists at Louisiana State University report that the chronic intake of THC, the primary psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, led to greater survival of T-cells in the rhesus monkeys used for the experiment.
As it turns out, some HIV/AIDS patients have already turned to medicinal marijuana for its appetite stimulating effects. We can only hope that this ground breaking research acquires the funding and government support needed to introduce these healthcare options to HIV/AIDS patients in the near future.
Ayesha is a writer, dancer, and the founder of WomenLovePower.com, a tech-enabled brand that provides resources on charm, seduction, sacred sexuality, and feminine warfare. A self-confessed afromantic, Ayesha's first love is romantic fiction and poetry. When away from her keyboard, she enjoys New Jack Swing throwbacks, 90's sitcoms, running, sleep, and Cabernet.
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