Dokudami changed my life. A few years ago I was found to have HIV-AIDS. I lost my health quickly. I went from 70kg to 35 kg. My CD4 numbers had fallen to 11. (A normal healthy person has CD4 numbers of 300 plus.) Honestly, I was near death and my parents had already begun to make the arrangements at the local temple for the funeral. Then as a last ditch effort a friend said I should try Dokudami. At that point I had nothing to lose so I began to take it, twice a day. Over the next few months I started to gain weight and most importantly I did not die.
Well, that was a few years ago, now I am back to my normal weight, my CD4 numbers are over 700, and I am running my own business as a radio announcer and helping other people, who like me, may have given up on life.
DUKODAMI is an all-natural liquid herbal supplement that strengthens and activates your body’s immune system. The mixture is made of carefully selected indigenous natural ingredients, including Houttuynia Cordata Thunb and naturally occurring probiotics.
A native of South Asia, Dokudami is found in Japan, China and Southeast Asia. Its scientific name, Houttuynia, comes from the name of a Dutch doctor, and cordata means “heart – shaped” in Latin.
This flower has a particularly strong odour and many people find this flower unpleasant. Decanol acetaldehyde, one of the substances found in Dokudami and the cause of this odour, has been found to have antibacterial properties, and is effective as a preventative of skin afflictions and suppuration. Quercitrin and Isoquercitrin function to strengthen capillaries forestall aging and purify blood.
In addition, this flower is rich in the minerals potassium, magnesium, and sodium, which are effective in controlling high blood pressure and diuresis.
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