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1. Whey protein concentrate supplementation can stimulate glutathione synthesis and, possibly, decrease the occurence of associated co-infections.

2. Curcumin is an effective treatment for HIV-associated diarrhea. 3. A polyphenol and antioxidant rich fruit and vegetable concentrate has therapeutic value in HIV patients due to enhanced proliferation, which could restore disturbances in T-cell homeostasis. 4. Neem leaf extract safely increases CD4 cell levels in patients with HIV/AIDS. 5. Selenium supplementation suppresses the progression of HIV-1 viral burden and improves CD4 count. 6. Cinnamomum zeylanicum has therapeutic activity in HIV-associated oral candidiasis. 7. Elderberry, green tea and cinnamon extracts rich in certain flavonoid compounds were shown to block HIV-1 entry and infection. 8. Licorice contains the compound glycyrrhizin which has significantly inhibits HIV replication in the peripheral blood mononuclear cells from HIV-seropositive patients. 9. Sumac (Rhus chinensis) contains compounds with anti-HIV activity. 10.Lactoferrin (from milk) may inhibit HIV virus infection in children. 11.The use of Alternanthera pungens herb tea by HIV-infected patients may lead to significant increase T lymphocytes and decrease in biomarkers of oxidative stress, and might help in the prevention of the opportunist diseases. 12.Plasma antioxidant capacity can be increased by long-term ingestion of polyphenols from fruit juices or fruit-vegetable-concentrate in HIV-seropositive patients. 13.American ginseng reduces oxidative stress in patients taking the antiviral medication zidovudine without altering drug pharmacokinetics. 14.Korean ginseng improves treatment outcomes in HIV-infected patients on antiretroviral therapy. 15.Glycyrrhiza uralensis (TCM herb) improves immune function in HIV-infected patients. 16.Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia) has therapeutic activity as an ajunct to HIV/AIDS management. 17.Lemon juice and lemongrass have therapeutic value in the treatment of oral thrush in HIV/AIDS patients. 18.Tea tree is an effective therapy for fluconazole-refractory oropharyngeal candidiasis. 19.St. John's wort (H. perforatum) inhibits HIV-1 viral infection. 20.Lignans found within Schisandra demonstrates anti-HIV virus activity. 21.Seawead (S. fusiforme) inhibits HIV-1 infection in T cells, primary human macrophages, microglia, and astrocytes. 22.Black and green tea contain compounds which inhibit HIV-1 entry. 23.Olive Leaf extract exhibits anti-HIV activity. 24.Lentin, a novel and potent antifungal protein from shitake mushroom exhibits inhibitory effects on activity of human immunodeficiency virus-1 reverse transcriptase and proliferation of leukemia cells. 25.Chrysanthemum morifolium contains a flavonoid with anti-HIV activity. 26.Croton tiglium, Cynomorium songaricum, Xanthoceras sorbifolia, and oleanolic acid derivates exhibit anti-HIV activity. 27.Hyssop and Dittrichia viscosa have anti-HIV-1 activity. 28.Pomegranate exhibits antiviral activity against HIV-1. 29.A polysaccharide from Rooibois leaves has a strong anti-HIV activity. 30.Rosa damascena contains compounds with anti-HIV activity. 31.Rose flowers contain compounds with with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) type 1 reverse transcriptase inhibitory activity. 32.Carnosic acid, a component found within Rosemary, inhibits HIV-1 protease. 33.Phyllanthus niruri (syn. P. amarus) inhibit wild-type HIV virus and reverse transcriptase inhibitor-resistant variants.

34.Calophyllum brasiliense and Clusia quadrangula exhibit HIV-1 inhibitory activity. 35.Melissa, Sweet Basil, Perilla, Prunella vulgaris and Savory has potent anti-HIV-1 activity. 36.Black cohosh contains a compound Actein which exhibits potent anti-HIV activity. 37.Black and green tea contain compounds which inhibit HIV-1 entry. 38.Blue-green algae extracts inhibit reverse transcriptases activity, including that of HIV-1.