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Ok, so I'm going to make an experiment of myself,

I've been having other girly problems so I'm also trying to get rid of that naturally as well...

I am currently taking femdophilus 2 times a day, freeze dried garlic supplements 2 times a day.

For two months I'm going to take a couple drops of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide once a day with distilled water, Andrographis supplements, drink st johns wort tea every day maybe twice a day, take bitter melon supplements, and put a few drops of grapefruit seed exract in distilled water. Oh and I will only drink distilled water, (maybe have coffee like usual but brew in only distilled water).

I have read on what not to eat in the three hour window period of taking the hydrogen peroxide.

But if anyone has advise before I do this let me know!!! I would like to do the IV thing from the Drs but don't have money for that right now so drinking the very diluted 35% food grade is the only thing I can afford!!

If you have anymore different kind of herbal stuff that you have heard could help let me know!!! I want to try as much as I can!!! After my two month trial I'm going to go back to normal then maybe try a different mix of different herbs. If anything I want to be symptom free

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Ok, so I'm going to make an experiment of myself,

I've been having other girly problems so I'm also trying to get rid of that naturally as well...

I am currently taking femdophilus 2 times a day, freeze dried garlic supplements 2 times a day.

For two months I'm going to take a couple drops of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide once a day with distilled water, Andrographis supplements, drink st johns wort tea every day maybe twice a day, take bitter melon supplements, and put a few drops of grapefruit seed exract in distilled water. Oh and I will only drink distilled water, (maybe have coffee like usual but brew in only distilled water).

I have read on what not to eat in the three hour window period of taking the hydrogen peroxide.

But if anyone has advise before I do this let me know!!! I would like to do the IV thing from the Drs but don't have money for that right now so drinking the very diluted 35% food grade is the only thing I can afford!!

If you have anymore different kind of herbal stuff that you have heard could help let me know!!! I want to try as much as I can!!! After my two month trial I'm going to go back to normal then maybe try a different mix of different herbs. If anything I want to be symptom free

Hey Girly, check out my response on the thread "possible natural herpes cures". Maybe that will help to answer your question.

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