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I can only attest to Log Dan Xie Gan Wan working extremely well for near-outbreaks.

I started seeing an acupuncturist a few months ago for other issues and as part of the treatment he gave me Long Dan.

I was taking it for anger issues and anytime I felt my emotions taking over like that, I took it.

Along with that I noticed that all of a sudden I didn't have any more outbreaks, when up until then I had had them very frequently.

I decided to look up the medication in conjunction with herpes and found this most interesting information:


I wanted to post this on here in case it can help someone else as well, I have been nothing but astonished by this.

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One thing I wanted to add to this - this has really made a big difference with how I feel about outbreaks.

I used to be pretty hopeless about getting them under control, but since I've discovered how well this works it's given me quite a bit of hope

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My doctor prescribed those for me, too (naturopath). Unfortunately, I didn't notice a difference while taking them.

I really think each person has different biochemistry and something unique will work for everybody.

I have had good luck with taking turmeric powder in water twice a day and drinking reishi mushroom tea (which is YUCK bitter but really helps).

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