I was diagnosed of HIV until i heard of a traditional doctor with lot of testimonies and post from people making reference to DOCTOR BOADI ABIODUN on how he used his spiritual herbal medicine called TATAHWE to cure them of their diseases.
Some from HIV ( with a very low cd4 count), HEPATITIS, HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS , DIABETIC, CANCER, ASTHMA and many more...
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This being such a personal issue most people would not allow me to reveal their identity except for 3 individuals. He has currently been on the herbal tincture for 11 months and his CD4 count was on 514 in March. I have also found that the higher the CD4 count in any individual the quicker they are healed.Although i did not believe in Native herbs I decided to give it a trial so I took his contact and messaged him via whatsapp chat ( 2348071180211 ),with the response he gave, he promised to prepare a medicine for me that will flush the virus away from my system totally and It was not up to a week after I placed an order, I got the medicine and he instructed me to drink the medicine for two weeks ( morning and evening) after which, I should go back to the hospital for a Re-Test.I followed his instructions and I went for the test the following week after i had finishtaken the Tatahwe medicine,its very surprising i tested negative.What I am asking from you is, help me to prove to the world that South Africa is the country to save the people with HIV/AIDS.Together we can stop this ugly disease in its tracks.The only way for us to find peace in this world is to love one another and stand by each other.PLEASE PARDON ME, I JUST HAVE TO SHARE THIS MY LIFE TESTIMONY HERE ON HOW I GOT A CURE FOR HIV ...The main findings of studies we look at in more detail below are as follows: These degrees of protection may be lower than some readers expect, and rates of 98% reliability are still sometimes quoted for condoms.These are based upon observations of their use in contraception: studies have shown that 98% of women relying on condoms as their sole form of contraception remain pregnancy free if condoms are used perfectly, meaning that they are used consistently and correctly at every act of sexual intercourse.Despite this, the use and promotion of condoms continue to be targets for controversy and criticism, and sexual abstinence and monogamy are often promoted as superior alternatives.While condoms offer useful and vital protection, they have also become associated with promiscuity and infidelity.