All doctors, universities, researchers, and advocates of natural medicine continue their search for effective herpes treatment. Recent research shows that herpes can increase your risk of contracting HIV by 300%. This has made it even more urgent to find a cure.
The Latest and Most Promising Research on Herpes Cure done up until 2016
- Researchers have been unable to find an effective vaccine for the virus that causes herpes genitalis. Researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago, working with German scientists, have now shown that zinc oxide nanoparticles, shaped like jacks, can prevent the virus from entering cells and help develop natural immunity. It is not yet available for those with Herpes.
- Hypericum mysorense: was featured in international news when a study about it and HSV were published in peer-reviewed medical journals. This study is in the US Library of Medicine and on page 28 it states that “Our results showed H. mysorense, H. hookerianum suppressed HSV-1”. Although this herb has only been approved for herpes treatments in India, people around the world are using it to boost their immune systems and report remarkable results.
- Herpes Nosodes Herpes Nosodes are energetic imprints from the Herpes virus RNA which are believed to activate specific immune responses. Unlike vaccines, they do not contain actual viruses. In a French trial, 82% of genital herpes sufferers who took herpes noodes for six months had fewer outbreaks or none at all for five years. This study is a testament to the fact that homeopaths believe nosodes have powerful immune-boosting properties. Homeopaths believe that nosodes are an important tool because they remind the immune system of its duty to act even if the virus is dormant.
- monolaurin: allegedly dissolves viral envelopes, making it easier for your immune system to eliminate them. Health Canada recommends monolaurin for all Herpes patients and HIV-positive individuals. Monolaurin, according to a study by the Canadian government, is a useful way to boost immunity and fight off.
Findings that are less promising
- Picrorrhizakurrooa: According to studies, this herb has a powerful immunostimulant.
- Acorus Calamus: In vitro studies showed that this herb had immune-boosting, immune-modulating properties.
- Prunella vulgaris: This herb has been traditionally used for skin problems. Also, it is believed that this herb may help with inflammatory conditions. This herb has been shown to boost immunity and fight certain infections.
- Sidacordifolia : In-vitro- and In-vivo-Research suggest that SidaCordifolia, along with 40 other Ayurvedic herbs, may be effective at fighting infections. This needs to be confirmed by further research.
- Olive Leaf Extraction: Oleuropein is the active principle (main ingredient) in Olive Leaf extract. This substance may form a barrier around infected cells, which could help to inhibit the infection. This herb is believed to boost the immune system and protect against foreign invaders.
- The cat’s paw: According to studies, the Cat’s paw may boost immunity and also inhibit viral attachments in host cells.
- LYSINE: lysine is an amino acid that is found in cheese, milk, chicken, etc., and is popular amongst those with herpes. However, the research on it is not conclusive, as are the experiences of millions who take it.
- https://www.researchgate.net/Sida_cordifolia_a_Traditional_Herb in Modern Perspective.pdf
What is Herpes
Herpes Simplex, also known as HSV or HSV variants, is a virus infection.
HSV-1 and HSV-2 are the most common types.
- Cold sores on the lips (or oral herpes) are caused by HSV-1.
- The stone formation can be increased by surgery such as a gastric bypass, ostomy, or a bypass.
It is possible to contract HSV-1 orally and HSV-2 in the genital area.
Herpes Zoster, or Shingles, is caused by another virus called Varicella Zoster Virus (VZV). Researchers have found that patients with herpes simplyx are three times more likely than others to contract HIV. This new information makes it even more important to treat oral and genital Herpes promptly.
HSV is second in frequency to the common cold. Herpes is present in about 2/3 of the population. HSV is everywhere. It’s just that many HSV+ people don’t know they have it. They are asymptomatic and have no symptoms.
Causas del Herpes
Herpes is a virus that can remain dormant in nerve ganglia but will cause outbreaks if immunity is compromised. Herpes infection is divided into three stages:
- Primary Stage: The virus begins as small, fluid-filled, painful, and red blisters within 2-8 days after infection. When these blisters break open, they form sores.
- Latent Stage: At this stage, there are no symptoms as the virus has reached the nerve ganglia.
- Shedding Stage: As soon as the virus reaches the nerve ganglia, it multiplies and infects body fluids like semen, vaginal liquids, and saliva. The fluids responsible for transmitting or shedding the virus are known as the “Shedding Stage”.
- Oral Herpes is characterized as red, fluid-filled blisters that appear on the lips, tongue, and mouth. The symptoms include severe pain, tingling, and difficulty eating or swallowing, as well as a fever.
- Genital Herpes is characterized as reddish, liquid-filled blisters that burst open and form sores or ulcers. When present in the genital area, these blisters can cause pain when micturating and while passing stool (if they are present in the anal region). These blisters can also cause headaches, body aches, and fever. They are common in both men as well as women.
- Chicken Pox is characterized by general malaise, low-grade fever, and rash. The rash will turn into a vesicular outbreak in 2-3 days and cause severe itching. These eruptions become scabs after 5-6 days. The rash appears on the entire body, except the soles and palms. The body becomes immune to chicken pox and the virus is dormant.
- Cytomegalovirus affects the salivary glands. Immune-compromised people, including HIV patients, transplant recipients, and newborn infants are affected. It can cause vision problems, diarrhea, and stomach infections.
- Roseola is caused by Human Herpes Virus 6 and Human Herpes Virus 7. It causes a high fever and skin rash in children. This infection can cause convulsions among children.
- Infectious Mononucleosis is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus and is characterized by fever, sore tonsils, swollen nodes, body aches, headache, and body ache. Even when infected, a person can remain symptomless.
Who is at risk
Condoms are not a complete protection against the virus, as they can be spread by mere skin-to-skin contact. To be sure that you will not become infected, it is best to completely abstain from all sexual activities (including oral sex or kissing). Most people are at risk because they do not abstain from sexual activity completely.
Pregnancy and Herpes
There is a possibility that Herpes can be passed on to the baby via the placenta. If you are planning to become pregnant or believe that you may be pregnant, it is important to inform your doctor. Inform your doctor if you’re HSV-positive. They can then give you professional advice and their thoughts on the precautions to take. HSV will not stop you from having a family.
Patients may be depressed if doctors tell them there is no treatment for Herpes. They might think they will die. Herpes can affect an individual’s psychologically, making them feel unclean, tainted, and full of anxiety, fear, and low self-esteem. You should start meditating and divert your attention to other activities such as listening to music, taking a walk, exercising, or communicating with others. All these activities can help you relax.
It’s a Good Idea to Keep Your Immune System Strong, Whether or Not You Have Herpes.
The immune system is your body’s sole defense mechanism. Herpes can be a constant problem for some people, while it is not for others. It is due to the differences in their immune system. Herpes-infected people are more likely to spread the virus when they have an outbreak or shed the virus. This happens when their immune system is low.
FDA has stated that there is no cure for Herpes. Herpes is not treatable with over-the-counter treatments in your area. You should consult a Doctor in your state who is licensed to diagnose, treat, and “cure”. There are natural remedies like Hypericum Mysorense or 2lherp which can boost your immune system to fight the infection. Do not forget “live healthy & happy”.