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Saw this in a mag not long ago. Zeno, a little heat treating device. Hmm, I thought. I've heard of the Therapik for bug bites, which heats the venom proteins, breaking them down. But for cold sores? How interesting. So I tried my Therapik cause I had it on hand and it heats to the same amount. It totally worked great. :D I'm so impressed.

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Zeno's tend to be pricier than the Tpicks. But they do have changeable heads which is very handy for not spreading the viral bits about.

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you may consider try using infrared red light(Philips).

it may heat deep down the skin,may be around the sacral vertebrate:p

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Can you tell me what it will do? How effective it is? And how much the lamp will cost?

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Okay, I get it. I have no lower back pain or issues with H2.

I was talking the Zeno with H1 on the lip area. Not sure if Zeno can be used for H2 in the lower part of the body. Oh, and I noticed the [advertising link removed] only gives info for acne. Here's the Canadian one for herpes info:

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Try a Lysine supplement for cold sores

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