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Cure For Herpes

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Between 20 and 40 percent of Americans have recurrent herpes infections. Supplements can help reduce the recurrence of infection and lessen its duration.

Herpes is a virtual epidemic in the United States. It is one of the most common af all infections, and one of the most difficult to cure herpes. There are several types of herpes viruses, the ones that are most prevalent are Herpes Simplex Type 1 and Herpes Simples Type 2.

Herpes simples type 1 is characterized by fever blisters on or around the mouth when we often call cold sores. Herpes simplex type 2 causes genital herpes, or blisters in the genital area. Either form of herpes is painful, and can lie dormant for years before striking without notice.

Almost everyone is exposed to the herpes virus at some time in their live, but nor everyone develops clinical infection. This shows that the immune system acts as a defense mechanism in protecting against the hepes virus, and that enhancing the immune system can go a long way toward preventing herpes outbreaks of any type. Here are some cures for herpes:

Zinc and vitamin C – Clinical studies suggest that zinc and vitamin C supplements taken orally reduce the symptoms of herpes simplex.

Lysine – The supplement help stop the pain of the herpes eruption overnight for most of the patients, and all but three had a complete disappearance of symptoms within a few days.

Echinacea – The healing power of this herb was well known to Native Americans, who introduced it to the settlers. Around the turn of the century, scientist who had studied echinacea observed that this herb could boost our ability to resist disease.

Mint – This memeber of the melissa officinalis family is included in many different commercials creams for herpes that are sold primarily in natural food stores. When the cream was applied to the skin eruption caused by the herpes simples virus in test patients, it interrupted the causes by the herpes simplex virus in test patients, it interrupted the infection quickly and promoted faster healing of the herpes blisters.

Balm – Another member of the melissa officinalis,balm has been used for thousand of years in Ancient Greece, and Middle East.

Garlic – No wonder studies shown that garlic can be effective against chronic herpes infection it is a proven immune enhancer.

Siberian ginseng – This traditional Chinese herb is well known for its ability to stimulate the immune system. If you are battling chronic herpes infection, Siberian ginseng may give your immune system the added boosts needs to fight the infection.

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