Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Coming Soon: Support Q & A







Hey guys,

I am back by popular demand. I wanted to stop writing but you guys have flooded me with so much love and showed me the impact my blog has had on the lives of so many. I read comments saying things such as "this is my #1 spot because it is filled with love and hope and even the occasional LOL." One of my readers have even began writing their own blog on their journey to the cure. I have also noticed that many seek and find support here. One way or another, we have all become a very close-knit family sharing and helping each other without judgement. This is a safe space for soon to be cured Sebians.


So, whenever I can, I will be reviewing the comments section to see which areas are of the most concern and where people need help on this journey. For example, my first Q & A session will be tackling cravings. I will answer many questions and concerns in reference to cravings during combating HIV in my next post. So, if you have any issues with cravings or would like me to address a certain area, please feel to advise me in the comments section below and I will do my best to cover it.

Love you all...

-Queen Selah

35 comments:

  1. Very good story with a happy ending

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  2. YOU. HAVE. MADE. MY. DAY.
    I can be a big cry baby so let me admit that my eyes welled up with tears when I saw this. There are no words to describe the impact you have simply by being you in spite of ALL you have been through here you are committed to giving a little bit more of yourself. I just hope we will pour back into you the love and joy so you can always feel rejuvenated and refreshed. Just today I told myself that even after I am cured I will keep coming here to uplift and motivate others whenever necessary. If it was not for you I would not be able to LOL because I would feel hopeless and helpless. I even find myself dancing in my socks and underwear celebrating the victory that is on its way. I lost a lot of weight due to the alkaline diet and I used to be depressed about it but these days I am celebrating skinny or not !! LOL
    Let me tell you what I have dissected about this bond I have with you... You know my deepest darkest secret... I can be honest here.... I do not have to pretend to not be sad or scared .... You have shown us the light at the end of a very dark tunnel... Just know that if ever you have a bad day, come on over to queenselah.blogspot.com where you are loved and appreciated for the Queen you are.
    Stay safe
    Queen Adenike

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    1. Awwww....

      I am an emotional person myself. I usually hide it well around people I don't trust but you get me every time. I can't stand you! Lol. You have tears in my eyes as well but I won't let them fall. Those were the ones I was saving for the day you come on here and inform ALL of us that you have received your first NEGATIVE diagnosis. My tears are for the joy of your healing. Lol.

      I lost a lot of weight as well and the funny thing is everyone was asking if I was sick because of it. Lmao! Nope, the weight loss was a sign of my healing. I gained my normal weight back later but I kind of miss the anorexic look sometimes. Lol. Don't ask me why.

      I concur with everything you said concerning our bond. You are a great analyst. I am still putting together a few things for my next blog post so if anyone has anything they would like me to address concerning cravings, post it in the comments section. The sooner the better.

      Queen to Queen

      -Queen Selah

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  3. also... I find myself craving foods I had given up long before i even started the alkaline diet, which puzzled me a great deal. Do you think that is caused by some kind of deficiency?

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    1. What kind of foods are you craving and are you taking any prescribed medication?

      -Queen Selah

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    1. Lol. Stop it! You guys are a mess.

      -Queen Selah

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  5. I contracted HIV when the guy I was dating and I separated. We decided to get back together but I became ill ( at this time I did not know what was going on) I was diagnosed and my world changed. I did tell him because I wanted to be honest and he was very upset. We've talked and he said if I didn't have this virus he would take me back. I really love him and I told him I was going to cure myself. Not just for him, but for myself as well because I will not take those killer drugs. Dr. Sebi is my route . He doesn't believe me and he says "we'll see" it's hard because I want him to believe in it like I do and I feel alone

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    1. Please do not judge me, looking back i would have done things differently, but I'm trying to look forward to my recovery but sometimes I get back in that mood that makes me isolate myself. I spend all day and all night studying the virus and Sebi 's teachings and my family says I'm too consumed in it and that I need to live my life. It makes me upset because they don't have to live with HIV , but they have all the answers . Please.. Give me a break

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    2. no judgment here .. only love and compassion.... I am sure we all wish we had done some things differently.. you will find answers, guidance, love and hope here...try not to judge yourself.
      Queen Adenike

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    3. You know what, never waste time beating yourself up about a past mistake. Instead, set aside some time, make an appointment with yourself, to sit down and really put what happened into perspective. How could you avoid being in that situation again? What will you do differently? What are the signs to look for? What emotional occurrences caused certain decisions? These are all questions for yourself. You owe us no explanation. Once you have dedicated that time to analyze the situation, there should be no reason to revisit it in guilt. Learn from it and move on. You just gained an abundance of wisdom just by simply living your life.

      As for the judgement...get real!!! We don't do that here. Queen Adenike was right. And in my opinion, a certain amount of isolation is needed in everyone's life. You call it isolation, I call i meditation/self-reflection. That is the most productive way that a person can grow in my opinion. Some people are religious and others are not, but whether a person admits it or not, we are ALL spiritual beings. Prayer is to speak and meditation is to listen. If a person is only speaking how will they ever hear the answer?

      Moving on, you are stronger and braver than you know. I don't know what I would have done if I contracted the disease from someone other than my partner. All I know is it would have been very difficult for me to bring it to him. I don't know how I would have found the words. I definitely am not judging you. I know it was during a break. But I know you truly loved your actual boyfriend and the risk of losing him with the news was scary. But you did it. I commend him for continuing communication with you. I hope when you are cured the two of you can get back together. That would secure the relationship and prove just how much he loves you.

      Peace & Love,

      -Queen Selah

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  6. Hey. I have a family member who has HIV and needs help. I have been searching for alternative treatments for while and came upon Dr. Sebi. I have done my research on his work and I believe this can help my family member. I would like to speak to someone who has been taking Dr.Sebi traatment and has HIV. Can someone talk to me about this, communication method doesn't matter. Sebians

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  7. Tell all of us what you want to know. I'm sure everyone here has information that can be using to you . I happen to take Sebi's products, not take meds, and have HIV

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  8. I am so glad that I read this blog. With all these people telling me and online saying that there is no cure, I get depressed. Sometimes it is still hard to believe .

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    1. It is a very depressing thing to deal with. But everyone here is kind and supportive.

      -Queen Selah

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  9. I would like to know if any has any testimonials about Dr. Sebi treatment on curing HIV. Is this something I should consider for my family member.

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  10. Our dear friend Queen Selah, the one who actually made this blog, is a product of the teachings of Sebi by being cured of it. We all are followers and I strongly suggest it

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  11. Queen you are a true Angel and blessings and I am very thankful for your blog it has helped so much whilst going through my journey. I'm am trying to beat this illness and know I will I have been diagnosed for the past 6 years or so and been undetectable for a long time too. I've started changing my diet to Alkaline about 1 month before starting the all inclusive package from DR sebi which really helped give me a head start and make thous slips by falling off the wagon but since I have started my pack 3 weeks now I have been a %100
    Strict with myself. I have two young children so I'm constantly feeling drained and yes I am married and this is where my stresses are coming from. My other half is positive and was diagnosed last year he know about my status prior, he thinks about life differently and has a mind set that were all going to die one day! Which is true but I don't want it to be any time soon especially as I have my two princesses that need me. Anyway I'm currently the guinea pig and once I'm cured he will start the journey... I have tired to encourage with gaining more knowledge etc but I don't think he really believes in it ours wise he would take the risk and join this journey even just to start eatting right.
    I came off my med and birth control to rid my body of all toxins, I've lost so much weight and spent a lot of money buying necessary tools that wI'll help my rid this illness to which I feel I am almost there. My partner see all the risks I've taken but yet he still wants us to have intercourse! This has caused a big problem because I can't understand why he just doesn't get it... I can't risk doing all this to then adding more disease to my body it defeats the whole objective.... surely I'm not being selfish? I understand his frustration of having a need and additional me healing myself whisky he still infected after I have it to him, I know he's scared to take the risk of coming off Meds but he doesn't have to.... there has to be an obstacles trying to throw one off ofor the goal but I'm to string for that and although it is painful and very tense at home what I am doing will benefit us all.

    Thank you queen, I will keep you posted with my progress and thank you a million times over for starting this blog to give hope to so many of us that the herbs are for the healing of the nation x

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    1. Thank you Aleah,

      Congratulations on taking your first steps to healing. I believe you will be cured also. Just please make sure you come back and let everyone know. People need to know that it is not a fluke, that a cure is possible not just for me, but for everyone who has ever been diagnosed with HIV.

      I have a question, but if you don't feel comfortable answering it, by all means don't. You said that you have had it for 6 years and your husband was diagnosed a year ago. Did he get it from you? I only ask because you said he already knew about your diagnosis and I find your situation very interesting. I would have assumed that it would be easier to combat the disease with a knowledgeable partner.

      I agree with you. That mindset of everyone dying one day is very counterproductive. Unfortunately, we live in this new era where the millennials have coined the self-destructive term "YOLO". You Only Live Once. No one plans for the future anymore, takes accountability for their actions or pays close attention to their health and eating habits. That is very dangerous. Yes, we only have one life, but why not make the best of it and take actions that will extend our lifespan?

      I think it is great that you are doing it one at a time. It is too expensive for two people to do it together in my opinion. But during this period you will have to abstain from unprotected sex with him. Sperm is very acidic. But while he is waiting for you to be cured he can start adjusting his eating habits. It may not take as long as he thinks for your process to be complete. You have done a lot already. I am so proud of you. As for your partner, I kind of understand his standpoint. Intimacy is a very important thing. There's an emotional connection and bond which stems from it. Anthony and I used to be intimate at least 3 times EVERY day (at his request of course, lol). I think that kind of kept us close and tight-knit as far as our bond. No rough stuff. So whenever I would deny him, he wouldn't understand. But I wasn't sick at the time. You have a very legitimate reason to say no. Just be patient, yet stern with him. Compromise, use a condom. His feelings are very important as well. I wish there was a way for the two of you to get on the same page. That would make this journey so much easier for you while he is able to get a firsthand view that it is possible. Then he will know exactly what to do when it is his turn to be healed. Then you guys can have all the unprotected sex he wants (TOGETHER).

      Peace & Love,

      -Queen Selah

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    2. Queen, in addition to a talented writer we will have to add counselor to your list. Very sound unbiased advice... I go in for bloodwork in a couple of weeks then will wait a few days for the results... nervous and excited at the same time.
      will keep you posted of course :-)
      Queen Adenike

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    3. Thank you Queen. And reading your upcoming appointment just gave me a knot in my stomach and reminded me of how I felt every time I had to go in for one of my appointments. Lol. Best of luck to you. Please keep us posted. I still don't know how to combat the nerves. I still get nervous every time I see a doctor. So far so good though. I am hoping the same for you.

      Well Wishes

      -Queen Selah

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  12. I watched a video with Dr. Sebi saying one guy was cured of AIDS in 17 days. I want a story like that. It's war time. I'm going hard with my diet and herbs! I want the same for all of you family . Blessings

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    1. That's the same thing I said. Lol

      -Queen Selah

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  13. Were you stil releasing mucus (spitting and bowels) even after your your negative test results?

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    1. No, I stopped seeing mucous long before I was negative. Great question though.

      -Queen Selah

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  14. The last few things I wrote were about u taking a break and being happy that u cured yourself. Now you're back writing? This is amazing!!!! Welcome back! I have a question, how many months did you take the therapeutic packages?

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    1. Yes, I remember that comment clearly. I took your advice and now I'm back. Thank you. Not every day like before, but wherever I feel I could be of help.

      I used two months worth of the $1500 package and 1 month of the small cleansing package when it was on sale. I forgot the price but I posted it previously.

      -Queen Selah

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  15. Can you tell me how this blog has caused damage? I would love to make one of my own so I can tell my story, but I don't want to put myself in danger

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    1. Depending on how much you share and how popular your blog grows increases the chances of someone you know coming across it and being able to identify you. At that point your privacy is broken and everyone will know you are positive until you are cured. It really makes you paranoid and messes with your nerves.

      -Queen Selah

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    2. I think all people who are using Dr. Sebi's products should start a blog. Another one of my readers has recently started one already. I am so proud of him.

      -Queen Selah

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    3. What's the name of his blog? I'd love to read it

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    4. I just asked him if it's okay for me to share his blog information. As soon as he responds, I will get back to you.

      -Queen Selah

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    5. Here is the link to his blog:

      https://phinest25.blogspot.com/

      If you scroll up, you will see his name (Phinest25) where he has left a comment. If you have problems following that link, just click on his name instead and it will direct you to his blog. It's a great read.

      -Queen Selah

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  16. I'm reading this and am fascinated. I have a son with autism and wanted to start this for him. I know they're different but both "incurable". Would you say 1500 package for him as well? he is 13 now and we've been doing natural and SCD diet for 9yrs now. We already take a mountain of supps everyday I will back off some of those. The tough part will be letting go of animal products. Luckily we can add in some grains... Do you know of any bloggers doing autism journey with dr sebi?

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