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Does chlorophor work? Is it worth the money? It's a topical cream that "kills" that virus on contact, but does not eradicate the disease completely. It's not approved by the FDA either.

I would appreciate any thoughts.

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It seems it works to different degrees to many persons. I found that when applied to a open sore it did speed the process of drying out the sore,but,in my case the sore came back again in the same spot after the

scab fell off. It did not make any diffrence if applied to a area where a sore looked like it was going to appear. I did burn like hell as they said..lol This may have been killing the virus at the spot where applied?

Once again...it's worked miricles for some people...done nothing for some..helped somewhat for others. I guess,all you can do is shell out the $$ for it...try it...maybe you will be happy/lucky and have great results.Personally I was finding tree tea oil and hygerone peroxide helped me,the tree tea oil helped the itch alot. This is definitly alot less expensive...give it a try..maybe that will work for you before you spend $$ on Chorafor. BTW..it does have a money back guarantee,but I suspect most people don't bother going through the hassle of sending it back.Hope this helps...best wishes :wink:

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