Herpes simplex virus 1, 2, (in Sindhi language Tap Mut or Sur Sur), varicella zoster and cold sores infections are all belongs the Herpes virus group. From centuries, viruses are the enemies of human kind. Genital Herpes is a sexually transmitted disease (STD). This disease is responsible for the painful, irritating and embarrassing outbreaks. The virus persists in the nerve and it considered incurable, though there is much you can do to inactivate the virus. Harpies Simplex Virus- 1 (HSV-1) is causes cold sores on the lips and the cornea of eye. HSV-2 causes genital occurrences. Harpies Simplex Virus (HSV-2) reactivated by immune deficiency, diabetes, cancer, depression, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, bipolar disorder, other disorders, anxiety, hormonal changes, during periods (menses), physical or emotional stress. Periods (menses) also increase the activity of HSV. Therefore, be cautious during menses take antiviral medicines such as acyclovir, Famcyclovir or Valacyclovir or Zovirex.
Now the scientists know that human immune system is so powerful to overcome the Herpes simplex accordingly.
This may help to keep prevent from outbreaks:
Avoid: Almonds, Wall nuts, chocolate, peanuts, Peas, sunflower seeds, other kinds of nuts’ and seeds’ protein trigger the Herpes virus re-occurrences. Corn based products (corns, pop corns, corn oil) are high in arganine and increase the HSV activity in cells. Those who are getting re-occurrences of Herpes simplex infection frequently should avoid eating all kinds of nuts and chocolate. Avoid tomatoes and green peas, and also avoid cooking in vegetable oil, coconut oil, corn oil, canola oil too. Use butter for cooking. Avoid foods that contain arganine. Chocolate is full of arganine. Avoid sugar and sugar products (Sweets).
This may help to keep your immune system high, it will help prevent outbreaks:
This may help in Genital Harpies Simplex virus I, II (Tap mut or Sur Sur) and varicella Zoster- Take extra vitamin C such as 500 mg vitamin C two times a day every day to boost your immune system, chewable vitamin C may damage your teeth therefore take non-chewable vitamin C and Vitamin E 400 IU daily whole of life.) Vitamin C works better than any anti-viral pills (acyclovir, Famcyclovir, Valacyclovir). Take Magnicium 10mg, B-complex 25 mg daily will help immune system, Calcium 100mg daily. Lemons are good source of vitamin C and fish is good source of vitamin E.
Lysine is good to prevent form Herpes Simplex virus re-occurrence. Lentils and legumes are the best source of lysine. Bee propolis with lemon ointment (lemon bam) also helps to prevent from re-occurring. Turmeric (in Hindi language Haldi) and garlic also helps to reduce re-occurring of harpes outbreaks. Mix water in Turmeric powder and make paste of turmeric put some drops of lemon and apply the affected area. Boiled eggs are good source of lysine, eat boiled eggs to prevent Herpes. Garlic and Aloevera has some effectiveness against Herpes.
Cut off refine carbohydrates/carbs, starchy foods, Sugar and sugar products, rice and rice products, potato and potato products. Eat deep water fish, drink fresh clean water and yogurt early in the morning every day. Add red onion, garlic, ginger, and turmeric in your food. Mix the lemon drops and tincture together in equal parts and apply the affected area.
Do not burst the blister/bubble of harpies with pin or any thing. Wash the affected area with hydrogen per oxide available at grocery stores and pharmacies with out prescription. Try not to touch the affected area with bare hands. Use gloves, or tissue paper to save your hand. Do not expose the affected area to sun or sun shine. Eat fresh washed raw green leafy and colorful vegetable and fruits and drink moderate amount of fresh clean water every day.
If the blisters from Herpes appear close to the eye or occur on the tip or side of the nose, see a doctor immediately. Because Herpes can end up causing vision problems if it involves nerves around the eye.
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