AIDS - Cure It  Dr.Richar Schulze

"To cure AIDS, its a total life style change --- not a drug or a pill. Natural healing can cure AIDS. But if you are looking for one special anti-viral herb to solve this disease, youíre as nuts as the doctors. How stupid can these experts be (and the patients, too), to believe that a single drug, a chemical on its lonesome, can cure a total body breakdown? We don't need any more research money to cure AIDS. In case you are groggy or dense and didn't get my point, I will repeat it: AIDS can be cured. Right now. Forget the DNA research. Forget the emotional fund-raisers. They're not necessary. It can also save those who are skin and bone and sores and diarrhea. If you follow all this information, you can end up cured and HIV-negative. Sympathy and understanding cannot cure AIDS. This information will cure --- but only if you use it with all your heart and soul. If people would live right, eat right, think right, use natural healing, and stop taking all drugs, the AIDS epidemic would end." 


 

AIDS - You Can Cure It

Dr. Richard  Schulze

 This WebPages are based on the materials contained in the Dr. Schulze Video Tapes.   Dr. Schulze may be contacted directly at the Dr. Schulze School of Natural Healing, PO Box 3628, Santa Monica, California, 90408.

 These herbal formulae and programs were developed and used by Dr. Richard Schulze in his now-famous clinic for almost two decades. Thousands of patients healed themselves of every disease and illness.

 Aids is curable disease  Dr. Richard Schulze

 Sam Biser:

"To cure AIDS, its a total life style change --- not a drug or a pill. Natural healing can cure AIDS. But if you are looking for one special anti-viral herb to solve this disease, youíre as nuts as the doctors. How stupid can these experts be (and the patients, too), to believe that a single drug, a chemical on its lonesome, can cure a total body breakdown? We don't need any more research money to cure AIDS. In case you are groggy or dense and didn't get my point, I will repeat it: AIDS can be cured. Right now. Forget the DNA research. Forget the emotional fund-raisers. They're not necessary. It can also save those who are skin and bone and sores and diarrhea. If you follow all this information, you can end up cured and HIV-negative. Sympathy and understanding cannot cure AIDS. This information will cure --- but only if you use it with all your heart and soul. If people would live right, eat right, think right, use natural healing, and stop taking all drugs, the AIDS epidemic would end." 

 

Dr. SCHULZE:

"Referring back to that AIDS case we discussed on the videotapes, he was in the hospital. He had a T-cell count of 1 or 2--- and had about a week to live. He was one of my most dramatic recoveries with AIDS, and the reason I say that is that he was the most far gone. He was in the absolute, end stage -- they have that wing in the hospital where they have given up on you. You can smoke pot and do anything you want. They had given up on him. He was the sickest. He was just skin wrapped around bones. I've had people with Karposi's sarcoma, and I've had people with pneumocystic lung fibrosis, but he was one of the only ones I had that had both lungs diseased full-blown, advanced. BISER: He had red blotches all over his skin."

SCHULZE: "All over his body. Most people --- usually it's more prevalent on the feet."

BISER: "But he had them all over?"

SCHULZE: He had them on his head, his face, his arm, his chest.

BISER: Donít you ever get scared that you, yourself could get something from them?

SCHULZE: Again, not that I am perfect, but it's another great motivation to take care o) myself and eat right and live a fairly clean life. But I also feel --- I've always felt pretty impervious to this stuff. You know how it is being an Aries.

BISER: Oh, you feel rugged

SCHULZE: I'm headstrong. I feel tough. I don't believe a lot in the germ theory of disease. In other words, if you do get this sick, you've got to set up an environment for it. I take very good care of myself. I also know that orthodox medical beliefs about AIDS are wrong. 'A few years ago, I put a lot of energy out that I wanted to work with people with full-blown AIDS."

BISER: You put the word out?

SCHULZE: Yeah. This was mid-80's --- 1985, maybe. I wanted to let people know that natural healing had no boundaries. AIDS certainly wasnít a boundary, just because it was the new thing. I think I said that somewhere, and it was on an audio tape, and this man heard the tape. So, I went to visit him, even though he only had one week to live. It was like, "Wow" I thought to myself, "Maybe I got into more than I can chew here." He was bad. But he really believed, even in his horrible state. He believed he could be well. "The only reason the doctor is saying this terminal AIDS patient can't leave the hospital is because he's making $1,000 a day off this guy. It's just a money thing."

BISER: What did you do immediately so that he wouldn't die in one week?

SCHULZE: Got him out of the hospital. This is the hard thing because to lot of people that I see, the doctors say 'If you leave, you'll die." Well, if you stay there, you're going to die, so get out of there. Nothing can really be done in a hospital environment. They are feeding you lime Jello. They have IV's with sugar in your arm. So, I said to his boy friend, "They say he's dead. He doesn't want to be here." Everybody is so alien to this thought of dying at home. For Americans, it's so unusual. I said, "Let's get him the hell out of here." I said, "Just getting him home would stimulate his immune system." And so his boyfriend agreed. I had to get an ambulance service to pull this off, because the doctor sits there saying, "No, I don't want to release him."

BISER: So, you got the release.

SCHULZE: Yeah. You didn't even have to get a release. Anybody in this country has the right to pull the plug and walk the hell out of a hospital. I called an ambulance service with some big sumo wrestler-type guys, and they just came and had an argument with the doctor myself. I said He wants to go home and that's where he's going. So, we got him home and went the whole route. They had to get a juicer; they didn't have a juicer. We got a juicer on the way home. This guy really became a juice fanatic. Some people do. They drink it, and they feel it, they love it. And I then we did a lot, obviously

BISER: By the middle of the next day he was heavy into it?

SCHULZE: Not even the middle of the next day. We got him out right then. It wasn't even the next day We got him out right away He was out of there. They picked up the juicer. I went over to their place that night, got them going the juicer --- the whole program. 'juice-fasting is like a blood transfusion for sick patients who are wasting away to death."

BISER: Did he start the herbs that day too?

SCHULZE: The first is juice-fasting. That's what I start out heavy with. And then, over the next couple of days, we started into heavy doses of immune-boosting herbs the echinacea. He was doing about 10 dropperfuls a day of echinacea tincture, but also echinacea root tea.

BISER: How much echinacea root tea?

SCHULZE: Iíd say about 4 to 6 cups a day, whatever we could keep down him. You can't get a lot in.

BISER: You knew you might only have a week to make a turnaround

SCHULZE: Absolutely. When people are this thin, they tend to not be able to take much in their stomach That's where the tinctures come in really nice, because you don't have to consume a large volume. We had him on the teas, we had him on the detoxes, liver flushes, bowel-cleansing. We were doing a lot of enemas because his bowel wasnít working at all. I also did heavy bowel-cleansing to stop the constipation and diarrhea. There wasn't much coming out. There was very dark, hard material, you know just like chunks of debris. They had him on some pain stuff, and that stopped his bowels. One thing that was important with him was the juices really boosted him up.

BISER: What kind of juices?

SCHULZE: One of my favorites, and we used this with him, is carrot, beetroot and beet leaf.

BISER: A mixture of those three?

SCHULZE: Like 50% carrot and 25% beet root and 25% beet leaf. I remember his blood count was very low We got his blood count normalized in 3 days. Not his T-cells, but his red blood cells. His hemoglobin count was very low

BISER: What did his boyfriend think when, in three days, his blood count was going to normal?

SCHULZE: He was just thrilled. His hemoglobin count had been down very low at the bottom of the level. He had been white and pasty and weak. The blood count was so low you could almost see through him. In three days, his blood count was almost over the top. And his coloor was back, and he had lots of energy I got the two of them some books on juices, and their juicer was running all the time. Most of the cancer, the Karposi's sarcoma, is just blotchy but there were some areas where he had some horrible skin; and there was even some elimination coming out of it. So, we did a lot of drawing stuff on that to clear him out.

BISER: Poke root poultices

SCHULZE: Yes, and a lot of skin-brushing. Whenever people have cancer, I always use that same black drawing poultice with the clay, the charcoal, poke root, garlic, goldenseal and just try to disinfect -- burn a little and get it out. Then we started working with the lungs because he had 50) many things going on. But this guy became an absolute raging fanatic --- you almost know it when people are going to get well. They just get so positive. And this guy really got into it. He was buying more books on it. And then I had him getting up out of bed, probably in a week, and doing the juicing himself. That's important too.

BISER: Within the week, he was not dead?

SCHULZE: Within a week, he was up, standing in the kitchen, holding on to the counter a little bit, wheezing and juicing. We went through a lot of blood-building juices. He got into mushrooms a lot, you know, immune-stimulating mushrooms and fungi. He had some pretty bad thrush too, and we dealt with that. His mouth hurt a lot. In fact, the juices were quite painful to drink because his mouth was so full o)f sores.

BISER: Did you ever do what Dr Christopher did for the mouth oak bark?

SCHULZE: You can, and that works really nice. But the tea tree oil works even better, and it soothes and heals thrush in a 2-10% solution. One o)f the best brands is called Thursday Plantation. It's in all the health food stores. It's excellent. Another source is from Frontier Herbs. (These are listed in our Appendix on Sources.

BISER: How much did he take and in what form?

SCHULZE: We made a gargle out of it. They didn't have any products back then, so we just made a gargle out of tea tree oil, and a mouthwash, and rinsed his mouth with it. It really destroys the fungus andi also reduces the inflammation. But the oak bark works really nice, too. In fact, I usually ---for people like that, I make some kind of tooth powder, and I know I did for him. And it would have contained oak bark. "He was cured in eight months, but relapsed slightly almost two years later when he went off his programs."

BISER: Asyon told me, eight months later he walks znto your office a cured man?

SCHULZE: Abso)lutely When he go)t stro~ng, it was like the stuff jumped o~ut o~f his bo~dy. And, o)f co~urse ---- we think o)f AIDS as a disease, but it really isn't. It's just the combinatio~n of diseases that happens when y(~ur immune system gets depressed. You build up your immune system and.. oh, and this guy ended up no)t even testing HIV positive. I almost forgot that. It's supposed to be impossible, but then, in the last 5 years, I've heard of hundreds of cases like that. In other words, he got so well they couldn't even find the antibody for HIV in him. And that's how you know that a lot of the information out there is garbage. For example, 5% of AIDS cases today don't test HIV-positive. His lung fibrosis went away, but there was always some scar tissue in there. His lungs were never 100%, but they could have been if he had done more work in that direction. But I do remember that a couple of years after, he had a slip, and this is quite common. And his T-cell count started going down. He had a relapse and, o)f course, he had gone off his program. He got back onto a program, and everything went back to healthy I had a woman patient who had breast cancer with a malignant tumor, golf-ball size. Got rid of it through natural healing, and she had a lump come back in her breast about 10 times probably every year. When I call her, and she goes back on her program, it goes away. So, it's very common that people, once they feel...

BISER: They celebrate "There is life after the incurables program, and it's not back to the life-style that got you in trouble."

SCHULZE: Absolutely I'm not saying that they can't have a Saturday night 5 times a year or something. I'm just saying that isn't what they do). The programs just start lessening and lessening, and the next thing you know, they have slipped back into their old ways. He had a few minor relapses again, which I almost see with every patient. It's almost like you could count on this.

BISER: Now the relapses are not inevitable. They're caused by going back on junk?

SCHULZE: Yeah. And everybody seems to have it at some point. You know what happens is, obviously you get to a point where you go, "Well gosh, if I've got to stay on this program, maybe I don't want to) live." It's someone's birthday so I'll have a little bit d)f this cheesecake and a little piece of chicken. And, you know there's no big deal about that. But then it happens again the next week, and the week after, and then it's two-days-a-week and then it's three-days-a-week. Over a year or two, a person's diet has gotten very sloppy And usually it happens the second year, and then I get the call, "My disease wasn't gone, it's back." People have to realize you need to adopt a new healthy life-style for the rest of your life. This is not a program to be chucked when you get well. If we bombard our bodies with so much crap, something is going to go wrong with us. In immunology you learn that the primary function of the human body is to survive. That's what it is constantly doing. But you have to give it the natural methods that it needs. Red clover for the skin cancers of AIDS.

SCHULZE: I had an older AIDS patient, a man in his late 40's with no problem with his lungs. He wasn't a smoker either. He did have the Karposi's sarcoma, but only on his feet and ankles. But that's usually where it starts. He had a T-cell count down there. We're looking at, I think at one point it was 100, which isn't uncommon with AIDS patients. And, of course, once his T-cell count hit 100, that's when he started having the Karposi's sarcoma. The red blotches came out about grape-size all over the bottom of his feet on his ankles. He might have had one or two on his arms, but primarily on his feet. He was a writer - wrote novels and some poetry. He was pretty much ready to give up. All these people who come to see me just want to know if they can get their digestion better, because they are having diarrhea and this and that. After I overwhelm them for two hours in my office, they believe they have a chance. But none of them ever have an idea of really beating it. I would love to get some people with AIDS who really want to beat the disease.

BISER: But that is not what they want from you?

SCHULZE: No, they just want to feel comfortable; because everybody has told them, including all o)f their friends, that they are dead.

SCHULZE: They were not trying, but he was. I thought that he was a pretty healthy guy He wasn't one o)f these wasted-away ones

BISER: So you helped this guy right?

SCHULZE: Yea, but he did have the Karposi's sarcoma cancer which is considered a malignant cancer. He had some meat on his bones. He was also in a monogamous relationship. I'm not so sure if he contracted AIDS because of his homosexual activity on the sidle, o)r maybe he did some intravenous drugs. I wasn't so sure about how; maybe an occasional weekend in a bath ho)use --- but he did something that dropped his immune system.

BISER: Did this guy get rid of this Karposi's sarcoma?

SCHULZE: Absolutely A complete turnaround. I'm going to say it was about eight months before he didn't have a blotch on his body And, of course, we also) treated that externally. We did a few kind of odd things with him. Red clover. I'm a big fan of red clover, topically, when you are talking about skin cancers.

BISER: Red clover what? Like a paste?

SCHULZE: You can make it into a paste in a blender with the poke root you can take the red clover blossoms, just fresh or dried, and put them right in your blender with anything else you'd want to put on it. Also, I'm sure it would have been slippery elm, a little bit of garlic; because I didn't want to burn his skin, but I wanted some garlic in there, and apple cider vinegar, charcoal and bloodroot.

BISER: Not even poke root?

SCHULZE: Oh yes, poke root. And poke root, if it's fresh, will burn through the skin similar to garlic. Dried poke root won't do that. It's a lot less volatile. I didn't want to burn this off, because it's just like purple bruises. It's not like there is something there like a wart. But I wanted some garlic and I used dried poke root. The red clover is so brilliant for skin cancers.

BISER: You mean sometimes you will use it by itself?

SCHULZE: Oh yea, in Dr. Christopher's book, School of Natural Healing, there are cancer plasters.

BISER: What does plaster mean, just a concentrate?

SCHULZE: Yea, I think he talks about simmering down red clover blossom heads similar to the hawthorn berry tonic. We end up with a syrup of red clover and you spread that on the skin. Nowadays, what we might do instead are cold extracts like tinctures where you are concentrating by extracting. But what I usually do rather have someone use something over a long period of time. So, you can just take fresh red clover heads, put them in a blender, add a little bit of vinegar, a little bit of slippery elm or if you want to draw, use clay And just a little bit of garlic, like a clove of garlic. I know I am not giving you a total recipe here, but it's one of those things...

BISER: Yea, I know, you mix it up on the fly

SCHULZE: You blend that up, and you have yourself a paste, and it's like a reddish-brown because of the red clover. It adheres right to the skin because you put the slippery elm in there to hold it together. We would pack his feet in that at night, and just get it right over that cancer. Although cancer is systemic, when you have cancer that you can see on the body, why not treat it right on top? We packed his feet in that at night. He did the whole incurables routine. He got better, he got stronger, his T-cell count kept going up and up. One thing that people need to know here, too, is: T- cell counts don't go from 150 to 1500 on a steady line. I mean, sometimes he tested, and it would be like 275 and the next time 230. He'd get depressed, and I'd have to tell these people. "Come on, this is ridiculous. You're heading uphill." There are bumps. It's like a jagged line, but your direction overall is uphill. I have to remind a lot of people with degenerative disease of that one. I have to kick their butts. He'd have like a (~ne or two degree slip in his T-cell and he thought that was meaningful or he was getting worse or whatever. His T-cell count started going up and up. He wanted to give up on his feet, because they weren't changing that much. But then sure enough, slowly he got better and better. His T-cell count kind of normalized at about 1200, which isn't necessarily optimum. He didn't know what his was before he got sick, anyway. That could have been normal for him. I feel that anybody who gets AIDS unless they have had a horrendous life-style, probably has a weak immune-type body. Immune types will walk out in public, someone will sneeze and they are HIV-positive. I really believe that. They are susceptible to everything. Because their weakness is in their immune system, in their lymphatic system. All cancer blotches went away and they said it's gone into remission. He was as cured as long as he follows the program. "These methods have saved people who looked like they could have been a dead corpse in a wheelbarrow at a concentration camp."

BISER: have you had many people who were skin and bones?

SCHULZE: Absolutely I think probably half my patients have been skin and bones types. They took off their shirts to show me a spot, and it was like, "Put your shirt back on." They had depressions between the ribs. You could put your fingers in the ruts between the ribs.

BISER: Tcell counts of what?

SCHULZE: My lowest, I think I told you was 2 and 1; it fluctuated. They said they saw a court o 1. I've had numerous cases down in the 25-30 range. And I've had them where they looked like... have you ever seen the pictures right after the Americans went into the concentration camps, where they would pick up the dead bodies? They put them in wheelbarrows. Well, a lot of my patients looked like they put A' vacuum inside them and it sucked everything in.

BISER: And you pulled them out of that?

SCHULZE: Absolutely. One problem is that they are not assimilating. They are so ill. How do you cope with their problems? The first thing is a juicer. They have got to get a juicer.

BISER: And they are not doing that already when they come to you?

SCHULZE: Oh, God no.

BISER: You mean, all this holistic information is floating around the underground and they are not doing that?

SCHULZE: I know it's shocking. It really is. Our rules at the clinic have always been, if you are called an incurable and if you don't buy a juicer, we won't even see you again. I won't work with them, period. That is one of our basic criteria. You look at a person like these Jews from the concentration camps. You think, "Well, if I tell them to eat fatty foods, it will fatten them up." But they can't assimilate it. The only thing they are going to assimilate is the most basic food and that's juices and herbal drinks.

BISER: Have you seen some of those skin and bones come back all the way?

SCHULZE: Absolutely But these people usually have diarrhea.

BISER: How do you stop the diarrhea?

SCHULZE: Getting healthy. Sometimes we use the intestinal formula number two to solidify it just to make them feel a little bit better, and to soothe and detoxify the bowel. Basically getting their immune system working again will fix the diarrhea. A lot of people think, "I don't want to drink juices; I have diarrhea, and I need fat in my diet." They are eating hamburgers o~r something. What we have to tell them is, "Look, you are not assimilating anything."

BISER: You can eat it, but you can't assimilate it!

SCHULZE: But you will assimilate these juices. Boy, do they brighten up on the juices. And then, once they are clean, and they do some bowel cleansing or whatever, they start assimilating, and then you get them on high-fat foods like avocados, sesame tahini, nut butters, whole grain bread, and olive oil.

BISER: But that's a long way off

SCHULZE: Yea, it is. The juices come first. The cold sheet treatment must be done by AIDS victims.

SCHULZE: All AIDS victims need this hydrotherapy. It is mandatory not optional. My wife, who was not ill, still claims that it was the turning point in her life because she had volunteered in class to do it. The treatment was metamorphosis for her. It was like coming out of the cocoon for her physically But it does a lot more than that. Everybody today has some psychological problems, maybe from their childhood, and the cold sheet treatment can release these. Emotional healing is part of the program, especially for people with AIDS. We need t do anything to liberate the immune system. So, don't underestimate what goes on during this cold sheet treatment. It's physical, emotional, spiritual, psychic, and It's powerful. 'A common denominator of AIDS is they hate their lives."

SCHULZE: The common denominator I found in most people with AIDS, now, I'm not talking about the rare case of the hemophiliac they're at a blood risk is that they hated themselves. They hated their lives. They thought because they were homosexual, they were going to hell and burn for eternity I mean, you can imagine what went on in their minds. They were immune risks. I had on file patient ---- a man who used to go to the bath houses and have oral sex with 12-15 men in a night--- swallow a pint of semen. Let me put it this way: I have never ever seen anybody get AIDS who didn't tell me a story of their past that didn't make me just about want to vomit. Okay? I thought I was a pretty hip dude. I mean, I'm from the Woodstock generation. I thought I'd been around a little bit, and when these people come.. well, it's just too much. Most people who get AIDS have the worst life styles. They stay up all night long, they use massive amounts of drugs. You know, when you have multiple sexual partners, it's an immune risk because, you know, when you have sex with someone, whatever that someone is, you're sharing bodily fluids, and our immune system has to eat that. And so, if you're having 12 different partners in a night, your immune system's blowing out. And I you know what the bottom line is, healthy people don't get AIDS. They get sick, but they don't get AIDS.