Can herbal supplements be used to self-treat vascular conditions?

No, not really. There are thousands of supplements advertised to do all sorts of magical remedies. Very few supplements have real research studies to show benefits (but manufacturers make claims, based on theories, animal tests, testimonials, chemical similarities, etc... But not on real research). Herbal supplements have not been shown to be successful in preventing or self-treating vascular conditions.
Not related. However a healthy diet is recommended for patients with vascular disease. Ideal body weight, lower blood sugar, increased lean muscle are helpful in risk reduction for cardiovascular events. High fiber is the beginning of better diet.

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Are herbal supplements safe to take for vascular conditions?

What conditions? First off, it'd be nice to know what conditions you are referring to. That way i can tell you if those are treated by herbals or not. Read more...

Can herbal supplements be used to self-treat hiv?

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No . There is currently no evidence that any herbal combination is effective. That said, certain herbs have been show to beneficially effect t-cell health in HIV infected individuals. Sulforaphane is a broccoli extract that improves the lifespan of t-cells. Cannabinoids from marijuana have a positive effect on t-cell life as well. Read more...

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