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Wonder Salve - Home Remedy for Shingles

Updated on September 24, 2014
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The Wonder of Wonder-Salve

For fast, effective shingles relief, few items work as well as Wonder Salve. Shingles can be painful, itchy and in some cases lead to postherpetic neuralgia. Helping the body to heal, especially the area of skin where shingles has erupted is crucial to easing symptoms. For those suffering with shingles, the right kind of treatment is important. Here are a few reasons as to why Wonder-Salve can aid in healing, relieving and soothing the unpleasant effects felt from a shingles outbreak.

Wonder Salve a Cream for Shingles Treatment

For many, in regards to shingles treatment, home remedies are ideal and safe. Wonder-Salve is an exceptional product and it is not limited to just treating shingles. It naturally soothes, heals, moisturizes and calms irritated skin – just the kind of relief to have you feeling yourself again. Just in case you weren't completely sure if you should try it or not, it comes with a 100% money back guarantee. As a shingles disease treatment, or an easy safe home remedy, you cannot go wrong with Wonder-Salve.

Wonder-Salve - An All Natural Safe Cream for Shingles

Eases the Symptoms of Shingles

What is Wonder-Salve? How does it help the body to recover? Will it work for neuralgia from shingles? Here is a look at this tried and true, natural healing and protective home treatment for shingles.

What is it? There are three main natural ingredients found in Wonder-Salve. Each plays a major role in the success of this shingles treatment. Let's look at each one to get a better picture of how this salve works.

  • Propolis: This honeybee product has, since ancient times, been valued for its healing properties. A breathable, antimicrobial (think antibacterial, anti-germ and so on) substance protects, moisturizes and aids in the swift healing of tissue.
  • Aloe Vera: Another natural healing agent, aloe vera is also soothing to the skin, helps cool inflamed areas and provides relief from pain.
  • Goldenseal: This is another natural germ fighter, more specifically, it is an excellent antifungal and antibacterial.
  • Petrolatum is the base. Using a base like petrolatum is a great idea, because it is excellent for the skin, and it stays on the skin, as a protective barrier.

Apple Cider Vinegar for Shingles

Apple cider vinegar, (ACV), dabbed straight on the blisters it is reported to be very effective in soothing pain.
The dabbing should be repeated every three hours, and there will be a burning sensation at first, but this will go away.
Try it on a small portion of the affected area first, to know what to expect, and to avoid reactions.

Make sure you use a good vinegar, made from apple cider, and not a chemical one. Unpasteurized vinegar works better.

After the ACV, use the Wonder-Salve cream.

How Does the Wonder Salve Cream for Shingles Work?

Combined, the trio combination of Propolis, Aloe Vera, and Goldenseal has proven an invaluable cream to help aid in recovery from cuts and burns, and of course for the treatment of shingles.

The natural ingredients make it safe for sensitive areas. Its anti-inflammatory properties make it an ideal choice for shingles symptoms and treatment. Everything that is looked for in a shingles cream treatment, is encompassed in Wonder-Salve. The difference is in the quality of the ingredients and the fact that it is all natural. Due to its natural properties, it maintains proper moisture balance, softens the skin, eases irritation, and eases the pain. Basically everything you need to feel relief from your shingles, Wonder-Salve can deliver.

While this offers amazing results with shingles, for those with postherpetic neuralgia the results are still good, but does vary slightly.

Aloe Vera is an amazing moisturizing and skin regenerating treatment. Propolis is a good analgesic, a great anti-viral and anti-bacterial, plus it boosts natural immunity. Goldenseal is traditionally used to alleviate anything related to bacterial skin infections, itching, and rashes.

Shingles Cream Creator Explains

Tim Durham, the owner of Durham's Bee Farm, explains a bit about his miracle propolis cream, one of the best relief for shingles. Hear him out.

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      WinWriter 

      4 years ago

      I have a friend who suffered from shingles a couple of weeks ago. I wish I had known about this product then. Thanks for the recommendation.

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      LorLinda 

      5 years ago from Denver Colorado

      My son gets shingles so I need to pass this link to him thank you for posting this.

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      audrey07 

      5 years ago

      I had shingles once. Went to the doctor who gave me some tablets to take. I certainly didn't know there are natural remedies for the ailment then.

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