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Herpes natural cure vs medication???? Confused

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glam1505

I have been doing alot of research on the cure for herpes, and I have came across many sites that say that the reason that they havent found a cure yet because they are only trying to use "medications" when in all reality it's your body that can rid the virus! Being healthy and keeping an excellent immune system, your body can rid anything. I am so new to all this, and just wondering if this had any truth to it?!!!! Also, does anyone know about that detox system called "Resolve Herpes"?! It shows how the system actually gets the virus out of each cell. I bout a 7 day detox system just to get my body healthy. Im just trying to find a little hope somewhere to get rid of this for good!! Thank you!!

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Undefeated

Hello,

You are going to get responses from people infected with herpes that do not believe that will ever be cured/healed or even if it's possible. See many people only believe in what the medical doctors tell them, that herpes is incurable. Yes, it is very true that the pharmacuetical company will never make a cure public b/c they don't make money by curing disease, they only make money by selling drugs (anti-virals), things that infected people will have to take indefinitely. If every one infected with herpes/HIV, etc. stop taking antivirals, I can almost guarantee they would make the cure known. Your body is a healing mechanism, God didn't creat a body that couldn't be healed. Please be careful when you ask certain questions up here b/c like I stated, there are many people who do not believe in cures, heck some of them do not even believe in God being able to heal, they only believe in Medical Doctors. There will probably be responses from your peers telling you not to do this natural treatment or not to do that natural treatment, but do not be too quick to listen, use your own judgement and do your own research. Everyone is different, there are no exact same immune system that's why some people have multiple severe outbreaks and some people do not have outbreaks at all. Once you are exposed to the herpes, the antibody is there but just like the flu or any other virus like chickpox, that antibody is also there, it doesn't mean that you presently have the flu. As for resolve herpes, some people tested negative after using and some tested positive. I've personally spoken with someone who did the 90 day treatment and was completely healed/no traces of virus in her system at all. I personally talked to another female who did the 90 day treatment and test positive again. I think it all depends on the person. There are so many great natural things you can do. Continue to do your research, you can also private message me if you like. We are all in this together, I personally believe that there is a cure and is on my own quest. I've never taken Valtrex or any other drug for herpes, just natural remedies....

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glam1505

Thank you again for the information and the heads up!! You have again been very helpful!! You will be hearing from me alot, because of course as you know I am so lost and confused!!

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JBnATL

Dont believe the conspiracy theories either

Don't believe those who say there will never be a cure because the pharm companies make money by spending antivirals. Browse other posts in the "Finding a Herpes Cure" section and you will find references to many different research projects where millions of dollars are being spent to find a cure. I am certain that a medical cure will be found in our life time.

I also believe there are other ways of curing this. I would not discount prayer or positive thinking. I have never heard of "Resolve Herpes" but if it was a certain cure I would think it would get more press.

Everyone is different. Try what you like. Let us know if this works for you.

JB

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Don't believe those who say there will never be a cure because the pharm companies make money by spending antivirals. Browse other posts in the "Finding a Herpes Cure" section and you will find references to many different research projects where millions of dollars are being spent to find a cure. I am certain that a medical cure will be found in our life time.

I also believe there are other ways of curing this. I would not discount prayer or positive thinking. I have never heard of "Resolve Herpes" but if it was a certain cure I would think it would get more press.

Everyone is different. Try what you like. Let us know if this works for you.

JB

resolve herpes is a scam other people on this forum have wasted their money on and payed the price too. its actually owned by the big-time fraudster kevin tredau, so your moneys going straight in his pocket.

you can make your body try and cure herpes as much as you want but i think you'll find it just as usefull as praying.

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