The research, that has been conducted since 2008, shows that the plant -which origins from Papua- is actively proved to fight against replication or reproduction of the HIV virus. The replication of the HIV virus is known to be very fast: it can achieve 106 every day and Gandarusa has the effect of inhabiting the transcriptase enzyme that plays a role in the reproduction of the HIV virus.
The Gandarusa herb can potentially be very useful in helping people with HIV, since it’s a hygienic herbal medicine which has no negative side effects at all. It’s expected that when using the herb, people with HIV will have a better health condition than when consuming classic antiretroviral medicines.
The research of Gandarusa as a treatment has already passed the laboratory test phase, but it should pass one more phase in order to standardize Gandarusa as/in a drug category. Hopefully their hard work is paying off and the herb will prove to be as effective as the more traditional anti-retroviral meds. One step closer to a less invasive way of treatment, people!