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Melaleuca Oil, Manuka Honey or Propolis

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What ointment would you say works better in healing herpes faster and lesseing the outbreaks?

100% tea tree oil (melaleuca oil)

Manuka Honey

Propolis.

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Ive tried tea tree oil. I havent been outbreak free since I was diagnosed in Jan. SO far going on 9-10 weeks. I pretty much soaked the area with tea tree oil and the next day the outbreak that was confined to one side had spread to the other as well. FML. I just shelled out the big bucks for dynamiclear. Lets see if that helps.

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ive tried dynamiclear. didnt seem to help me at all. but good luck to ya

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I love dynamiclear! it clears up my OBs overnight.

you have to catch it in the early phases and put it on there.

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