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Proper use of DMHO for herpes treatment?

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Sorry it's DMSO. My mind is out of it. I use the oil of oregano, but can someone who uses DMSO tell me what brand name to buy, what amount to use, do I put the DMSO and then the oil or the other way? Also how many months can I use this treatment, how many times a day. I am still waiting for my test results and am very scared. The oil of oregano saved me from the excruciating pain when I peed but I want the oil to penetrate to the cellular level that's why I want to use it alongside OOO. Where can I buy a DMSO so I can get on with my life. What is the price range?

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Go to neveranoutbreak.com - they have a GREAT DMSO on their site. I found their brand on amazon for a bit cheaper. It's not expensive and can run from $14 to $25. I recommend the DMSO with aloe :)

Also, it's recommended to apply 3 times a day... It comes with great instructions off neveranoutbreak. You won't get the same instructions off amazon.

Hope that helps :)

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Hi Username

Where do you apply oil of oregano? I have been using it for a while. Do you also take it orally?

Welcome to the site :D

x x x x x x

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DMSO with Oil of Oregano

I used Oil of Oregano on my blisters and open sores on my vagina. And also I seem to have a sore near my anal opening so I just put it there also. I also rub 1 teaspoon olive oil and like 5 drops of OOO right near my lower back around the sacrum and the lower vertebrae, I want to give it a "warm welcome" and send it straight to the gates of hell!!:madd: How many days or months have you been using it? That saved my sanity. I also take it orally, I started with 2 drops 3 times a day, then I increased it today to 16 drops. It's really not that bad I just want this POS dead and in hell where it belongs. I would like to date but I am too ashamed to say "hey, I have herpes", you still wanna do it? I could have had any guy I wanted even my teacher asked me out.

Thanks I will check it out I really need DMSO to penetrate right where it's hiding. :embarassed:

I got my results today and unfortunately I have herpes type "2". At first I could swear it said "Not Detected" and I immediately started crying because I was so relieved and happy. Then I took another look at it in the car and it said "Detected" for type 2. I started crying and my mom was like at least you will still be alive.

I am just praying that this Oil of Oregano miracle will kill the virus in 30-90 days as it stated. I lost 9 pounds in about 7 days.

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I want to give it a "warm welcome" and send it straight to the gates of hell!!:madd: How many days or months have you been using it? That saved my sanity. I also take it orally, I started with 2 drops 3 times a day, then I increased it today to 16 drops. It's really not that bad I just want this POS dead and in hell where it belongs.

Thanks I will check it out I really need DMSO to penetrate right where it's hiding. :embarassed:

I am just praying that this Oil of Oregano miracle will kill the virus in 30-90 days as it stated. I lost 9 pounds in about 7 days.

Hi Username :D

:flowers: I so admire your good, fighting spirit. Go girl :D Shame about the test result. You have my empathy. xxx

I too, love this stuff. :p It seems that you/we can also get all sorts of different topical cream for H. As for DMSO, you can get hold of DMSO easily in the US than here in UK. I tend to order more stuff from US lately. If you google, I'm sure you get a few stores selling DSMO. I notice there are either a liquid (neat solvent) or topical cream. Wouldn't it be so useful to hear any feedbacks from ppl who actually used it?

As for what you said about "attractiveness". I personally don't think H would change any of that.

Enjoy the site & have a real nice evening x x x x x x x

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