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How to cure HIV with Black Seed

Black Seed to Cure HIV

The black seed (Nigella Sativa) is a traditional home remedy also known as black cumin, it is supposed to strengthen the immune system and have anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and antiparasitic properties, people use it to treat digestive and respiratory problems, but studies have shown that it also contains anti-cancer agents. Heat raw seeds and grind them before eating them, or combine them with honey, water, yogurt or other foods, or apply topical black seed oil to your skin. 
Remember the words: This black seed is a cure for all diseases except death? How to cure HIV? Well, with black seeds. Today, when we are investing so much money in the dec open to curative treatment against HIV, claiming that this seed can be cured of HIV seems silly. Here are the practical cases

Case Study 1:

A 46-year-old Nigerian took part in a study in which he was prescribed 10 ml of concoction of black seeds 3 times a day by a herbalist. however, taken concoction only twice a day, the concoction was 60% black and 40% honey, and the 5th day of treatment reported that her fever was gone, as was her diarrhea on day 7 and after 20 days, multiple lesions had also disappeared, and at the end of the 6-month period he was seronegative
The patient had seroconversion up to 24 months after the initial treatment period. 6 months, tested multiple times within 24 months and was still HIV-negative with normal CD4 (the number was 650 cells / mm3).

Case Study 2:

In a second study, six HIV-positive patients were recruited and followed for 4 months, with patients taking a herbal mixture containing a black seed and honey as an alternative treatment. In all patients, the symptoms associated with HIV disappeared about 20 days after the start of treatment.


1/2 teaspoon seed Nigel 
1/2 teaspoon honey 
1 glass warm water 
Mold the seeds of nigella and mix them nigella seeds honey mussels, then mix everything in the glass of water 
Drink in the morning on an empty stomach, at least 30 minutes before breakfast, and in the evening before bedtime.

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