Wild NA Plants in AIDS Research

Terry Norman tnt at onramp.net
Fri Aug 5 00:04:36 EST 1994

In article <1994Jul31.185207.1 at wkuvx2.wku.edu>, camplte1 at wkuvx2.wku wrote:

> Does anyone know anything about the research going on using wild North
> American plants in AIDS research?
> Specifically, I'd like to know what specific things are being
> investigated, especially with plants such as St. Johnswort, Red
> Clover, and Cowparsnip.  Are there any others that are being
> investigated?
> I would also like to know what properties of lemon balm are being used
> in herpes research.
> Thank you.
> Troy Camplin
> (please send E-mail if you can)


I've heard that combinations of Gotu Kola, Red Clover, and Chapparal have
been used in the treatments of many forms of cancer, as well as viral,
fungi, and bacterial infections.  In China, Wuchaseng has been used to
strengthen the bodys immune system against many forms of disease.  You
might try checking these out.

Good luck, and let me know what you find out through my E-mail address.


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