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Benefits of sage oil

Clary Sage essential oil is warming, sedative, an excellent nerve tonic, and can induce feelings of mild euphoria in some individuals. It is thought enhance one's ability to dream. Clary Sage oil is a tonic for one's overall well-being, and is ideal for use on a regular basis in baths or as a perfume. As Dr. Kurt Schnaubelt notes in Advanced Aromatherapy, "Clary Sage impresses with its aroma.

Trial shows microbicide is safe but not effective

The Population Council has released the results of a microbicide trial conducted in South Africa with the Medical Research Council, University of Cape Town (UCT) and Medical University of South Africa (MEDUNSA) in Isipingo (near Durban), Gugulethu (in Cape Town) and Soshanguve (near Pretoria). The trial found that the microbicide Carraguard was no more effective at reducing HIV transmissions than a placebo. Carraguard was however found to be safe.

TAC Electronic Newsletter


  • Tenofovir Campaign details and memo

TAC Electronic Newsletter


  • TAC comment on the termination of two microbicide trials

TAC Electronic Newsletter


  • Memorandum handed over today at Prevention Summit and March
  • Joint TAC/ALP Statement: Participation in UNGASS
    • An email from the Director-General of Health to TAC General Secretary, Sipho Mthathi

Prevention Memorandum

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