Removing Herpes Safely & Permanently
A lot of
medicines, both allopathic and natural medicines are used in removing
herpes. Removing herpes is a process by which you cure the blisters
that are caused by the herpes simplex virus. Research says that the
virus will remain hidden in our body in the nerve cells even after the
blisters disappear. Researchers say that this hidden virus will become
active if the immunity of our body is weakened by some external agents
like fever, cold etc.
Dimethylsulphoxide is applied over the sores using cotton balls to expedite the process in removing herpes. Ice cubes are applied over the sores to restrict the movement of the herpes virus so that the virus doesnt move to the skin surface to cause blisters. This is one method that aids in removing herpes. Medicines like acyclovir, valacyclovir and famciclovir are used in removing herpes. Pill form of acyclovir is found to be more effective in removing herpes than the other forms of that medicine.
Many herbs have found its used in removing herpes. Herbs like lomatium and chapparal have anti-viral properties and hence they are used in the process of removing herpes. Certain herbs help in improving the immune system of our body. Extracts of the herb Melissa officinalis is helpful in speeding up the curing process and hence this extract is widely preferred in removing herpes.
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