A 55-year-old woman had been bed-ridden and her body weight had halved from her normal 80 kg to 40 kg in 4 months. On 25 November 2016, she was taken to the hospital by her brother as she had cough, high fever, and immobility due to extreme weakness. There she was diagnosed as HIV positive, her CD4 count* being a mere 77. She had contracted the disease from her husband who had died of HIV on 6 November 2016. In the hospital she was treated with antibiotics and her fever and cough subsided but the news of being HIV positive shattered her. Despite medication, she suffered from vomiting, dysentery, sores in her mouth, and flu with throat infection every other week. In frustration she stopped taking medicines and also tore away all the prescriptions and reports lest anyone should get to know of her disease. The patient’s brother had deep faith in vibrionics as he and his wife had been successfully treated for infertility. Assured of complete confidentiality, she eventually agreed to take vibrionics on the condition that she would not visit the practitioner.
So the brother got the following remedy for her on 16 January 2017:
CC8.1 Female tonic + CC10.1 Emergencies + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC12.3 AIDS - HIV + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic…6TD
Within 15 days, the patient started gaining strength and could walk around the house. One of her close relatives, a doctor, in whom she had full confidence, got her tested for CD4 count regularly to see the effect of vibrionics and to keep her hopes alive.
Slowly she improved in all her symptoms. In October 2018, to her relief, her doctor relative told her she was improving as her CD4 count was much higher, though still under 200. By January 2019, she became free of all her symptoms with her CD4 count above 200, indicating she was no more in the life threatening range. Her weight had gone up to 69 kg. Since then there has been no looking back. By January 2020 she felt completely normal. On 20 March 2020, she was told she was 100% cured as her CD4 count was now 375. Even then the patient is unwilling to reduce the dosage. Though she does now occasionally talk to the practitioner on phone to thank her, she is still not ready to meet her or entertain questions about her health. Her brother continues to take her remedy from the practitioner every month. She has not been able to go for her test in June 2020 due to the national lockdown in effect but the brother has confirmed that she is back to her normal cheerful self, energetic and confident to face life.
* The CD4 count of a person reflects the state of their immune system. For a healthy adult, CD4 count ranges from 500 to 1,200 cells/mm3 of blood. If CD4 count is lower than 200, a person will receive a diagnosis of AIDS.