Using a good stablised aloe on the skin would indeed help with the symptoms of herpes, aloe is absorbed by the skin together with all it's good stuff, but it's not going to remove the virus from your body. If you were to drink aloe vera together with all of it's super food qualities, then this may improve the immune system and perhaps fight off the virus.
What you really need is something that would safely enter your blood, grab hold of some virus parts, because viruses have to make parts of themselves using our cells, and then carry them off and out of your body when you pee or poop. That something is called Liquid Zeolite, and it works very well. Do a detox and rid yourself of this nasty virus. Regards Pedro
by kristurpin 6 years ago
can any one suggest me a treatment for genital herpes?
by chloe1023 8 years ago
I have re-occurring a-typical shingles. That have been kickin the shit out of my immune system for 3.5 years now. I have been on everything from Lyrica to some new Neurontin based shit out of the UF in Gainesville FL.I am not happy about them, but it could be worse I guess.They are considered a...
by HPVdatings 8 years ago
"You can even go to one of the many online dating websites and find a websites that cater to people with herpes and make new connections that way. There are so many websites springing up all over the internet you can easily find one that suits your dating life."Hold on a second, after a...
by d lopiparo 17 months ago
were can i find herpes cream over the counter
by bdecourcey09 9 years ago
Why aren't cold sores called Herpes? They are caused by the Herpes Virus 1 which according to doctor
by James Kobzeff 6 years ago
What is a "fever blister"?I recently developed a very painful blister on my lip that is commonly called a "fever blister". So what is it, what causes it, and what is the best remedy to get rid of it?
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