Hi, what do you think made your herpes go away?
I'm sorry if I missed something on your profile, I felt like it would be better to ask you directly...... (((
My herpes went away because I did a 30 day detox with the liquid zeolite, which removed, not killed, removed virul particals from my blood. This stops the virus from replicating and becoming a problem. If you want to kill the virus while it is in your body you would have to use some kind of toxin, which can damage and effect the body. Zeolites are not toxic, they are a clean natural mineral and do not harm the body. Plus zeolites have the ability to attract to themselves other molecules like, heavy metals and pesticides. The zeolite is negatively charged and it also has a basket like shape, (see the picture in my blog ). The molecules attracted to the zeolite will enter the zeolite and will stay there to be carried from the body after 6 to 8 hour. The attraction is just like a magnet attracts metal filings, but of coarse, at a microscopic level. This is how the zeolite also attracts viral parts or particals to itself and then carries them out of your body. After 30 days of drinking the zeolite in the correct way, 13drops x 2 times per day, then you will be free of the herpes virus. It is important to do the 30 day detox. Depending on the toxin levels at the time of the detox, it may take a while for the zeolites to start targeting the viral parts. Please ask questions any time, I want to help as many people as I can to free themselves of this virus. Regards. Pedro
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