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Anti-clotting Drugs cause AIDS
 Vitamin K Therapy cures AIDS
  By  Ashok  T. Jaisinghani
The following are some of the causes of AIDS associated with diarrhea and related symptoms:
    Excessive intakes of laxative factors like iodine, vitamin D, chromium, zinc, manganese and magnesium.
    Phosphoric acid used in foods and drinks, especially cola beverages.
    Residues of petroleum products like hexane in cooking oils and fats.
    Paraffin used as a coating on fruits and vegetables, and as a laxative in medicine.
    Castor oil that is a contaminant in cooking oils and fats, and foodgrains.
    In some countries, like India, castor oil is used on oilseeds and foodgrains to protect them from insects. As an allopathic medicine, castor oil is used regularly as a purgative by many people all over the world. 

Aspirin, Heparin, Tea can cause AIDS

    A bleeding tendency is one of the most important symptoms of severe AIDS which is associated with persistent diarrhea. Hemophiliacs are naturally prone to AIDS of this type. The regular use of anticoagulants like aspirin, heparin, dicumarol and warfarin can very greatly increase the chances of causing AIDS in susceptible persons.
    The consumption of many cups of strong tea can also cause AIDS in susceptible persons like hemophiliacs.  Tea contains anti-clotting factors. Tea is also very rich in manganese which is a laxative factor.
    The consumption of large amounts of garlic and onion, especially raw onion, can make vitamin K unstable and reduce its clotting properties, leading to bleeding, especially in hemophiliacs. The regular consumption of high-dosage vitamin C pills is also harmful in this type of AIDS as it makes vitamin K unstable.
    Pesticides and chemical contaminants, like warfarin, in foods, drinks and water, can also greatly reduce the effectiveness of vitamin K.
    There are many other laxative factors in foods and drinks that can cause this type of AIDS, if they are consumed regularly in large amounts. They cause diarrheal AIDS by reducing the absorption of many nutrients in the intestines, especially vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin K, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, niacin, folic acid, and even protein and fat.

Cures for Diarrheal AIDS

     The cures for AIDS associated with diarrhea include many therapies which prescribe the intakes of massive amounts of nutrients as shown below:
   Vitamin A                   50,000 to 100,000 IU daily
   Vitamin E                       100 to 200 mg daily
   Riboflavin (vit. B2)            10 to 20 mg daily
   Vitamin B                       10 to 20 mg daily
   Niacin                               50 to 100 mg daily
   Folic acid                           5 to 10 mg daily
   Protein                       more than normal quantity
   Fat                              more than normal quantity
   Citric acid                   large amounts of sour lemon juice, etc.

Vitamin K Therapy
    The above treatments are only palliatives and cannot help in controlling the symptoms of diarrheal AIDS for long. They also cause massive dietary imbalances in the bodies of the AIDS patients. The best thing to do is to avoid the high doses of the above-mentioned items by taking small amounts of vitamin K. Only 1 or 2 milligrams of vitamin K is needed daily for a few days. Vitamin K therapy cures the AIDS associated with diarrhea very effectively, if it is accompanied by taking all the steps necessary to avoid the anti-clotting factors in foods and drinks.
    Doses of more than 1 to 2 milligrams of vitamin K per day should be taken only after getting expert medical advice. The regular doses of even 1 to 2 milligrams of vitamin K should be taken under medical supervision. Those persons who decide to take vitamin K supplements regularly without medical supervision will be doing so at their own risk.
    The symptoms of vitamin K deficiency are uncontrollable cough and other respiratory problems; bleeding from gums, nose, gastrointestinal tract or some other part of the body; tendency to get diarrhea and related problems like low blood pressure, dehydration, rapid loss of weight, etc. The main causes of vitamin K deficiency are the foods and drinks contaminated or adulterated with petroleum products, castor oil or other strong laxative factors. The regular consumption of such contaminated and adulterated foods and drinks results in the reduced absorption of fat-soluble vitamins A, E and K, leading to their severe deficiencies. Such contaminated and adulterated foods and drinks must be avoided for the successful treatment with vitamin K and its synergists like vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, niacin, folic acid, etc.
    After the vitamin K therapy is started, the need and tolerance for the nutrients mentioned above fall drastically to quite normal levels. So the daily consumption of such nutrients, especially those taken as dietary supplements, should be reduced in quantity as indicated below:

   Vitamin A                 5,000 IU or less
   Vitamin E                      10 mg or less 
   Riboflavin (vit. B2)          1 to 2 mg
   Vitamin B6                     2 mg or less
   Niacin                            5 to 10 mg
   Folic acid                       0.5 mg
   Protein                           normal quantity
   Fat                                 normal quantity
   Citric acid                      small amounts of sour lemon juice, etc.

    Vitamin K greatly helps in providing stability to vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, niacin, folic acid, and many other nutrients in the body.
    I have controlled the symptoms of AIDS in myself by using small amounts of vitamin K occasionally. I have fought against AIDS for many years. The worst attack of AIDS I suffered from was about 12 years back, which was mainly due to the effects of chromium poisoning. 
    To use about 1 or 2 milligrams of vitamin K, I cut a 20-milligram vitamin K tablet into small pieces. I require less than 10 vitamin K tablets of 20 milligrams each, or nearly 200 milligrams of vitamin K, in a whole year! It means that I require an average of about 0.5 milligrams of vitamin K per day. It costs me less than half a dollar in a whole year. By using vitamin K, how much money is saved on the pills of other dietary supplements that are no longer required in high doses! There is a great saving also on the foods rich in protein and fat, because they can be consumed in moderate quantities by any person who has undergone the vitamin K therapy.

Herbs can cure AIDS

    The herb therapists are right when they claim that they have cures for AIDS. They may not be able to prove theoretically how they are able to cure some forms of AIDS. The herbalists may not know the names and exact nature of the biochemicals present in the herbs that cure AIDS. But I am convinced that they have the practical knowledge which helps them to cure at least some cases of AIDS among their patients.
    Herbs, fruits and vegetables containing vitamin K, vitamin A (carotene), vitamin E, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, niacin, folic acid and citric acid, can be used for treating AIDS associated with diarrhea and related  symptoms. Such plants should be grown without the use of harmful pesticides in the soil that should also not be contaminated with petroleum products and other harmful chemicals. Even the water used for growing such plants should be free from harmful chemicals.
    Instead of wasting time poking fun at the herb therapists, medical scientists should isolate and identify all the active ingredients of the herbs and other plants that help in controlling the symptoms of AIDS. My research definitely proves that the symptoms of AIDS can be controlled within a few days!
    Using appropriate therapies, the treatment for AIDS can cost a patient only $ 3 to $ 5, or even less, per month in most countries of the world.
Permanent Cure for Diarrheal AIDS
    The vitamin K cure for diarrheal AIDS is long-lasting, but it still cannot be considered a permanent cure. Vitamin K therapy has to be used whenever the symptoms of AIDS associated with diarrhea tend to return.
    I have one more treatment for diarrheal AIDS that requires spending only about $ 1 for treating 100 patients with a substance which is very common and cannot even be patented! But I cannot disclose the details about the treatment as it requires explaining a great paradox. Without understanding the great paradox, it is very risky to use the treatment, as one cannot know when to stop the treatment. The cure is permanent. But the treatment has to be stopped abruptly at the correct time to prevent the harm that AIDS patients can suffer from the side effects of the treatment. 

First time released to the news media and AIDS organizations on
15 May 2003
Copyright 2003 by  Ashok  T. Jaisinghani

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