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Anyone who have tried homeopathy medicine for hsv.

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2 minutes ago, Raj001 said:

I have heard that homeopathy medicine works better for herpes infection also homeopathy medicine is safe without any side effects.

 

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Homeopathy

Although few studies have examined the effectiveness of specific homeopathic therapies, professional homeopaths may consider the remedies described below for the treatment of herpes based on their knowledge and experience. One study of 53 people with genital herpes found that those who were treated with homeopathy experienced improvement in their symptoms and were less likely to have recurrent outbreaks. Participants in this study were followed for up to 4 years.

Before prescribing a remedy, homeopaths take into account a person's constitutional type. A constitutional type is defined as a person's physical, emotional, and psychological makeup. An experienced homeopath assesses all of these factors when determining the most appropriate remedy for each individual.

For cold sores:

  • Natrum muriaticum. For eruptions at the corners of the mouth that occur during periods of emotional stress and tend to worsen in the daytime.
  • Rhus toxicodendron. For eruptions consisting of many small blisters that itch intensely at night.
  • Mercurius. For children who drool and may have a fever.
  • Sepia. For outbreaks that do not improve with other homeopathic remedies. This remedy is most appropriate for individuals who tend to have a lack of energy and do not tolerate cold weather.

For genital lesions:

  • Graphites. For large, itchy lesions in individuals who are overweight.
  • Natrum muriaticum. For eruptions that occur during periods of emotional stress and symptoms that tend to worsen in the daytime.
  • Petroleum. For lesions that spread to anus and thighs. Symptoms tend to worsen in winter and improve in summer.
  • Sepia. For outbreaks that do not improve with other homeopathic remedies. This remedy is most appropriate for individuals who tend to have a lack of energy and do not tolerate cold weather.

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30 minutes ago, Sanguine108 said:

I tried herpetic nosodes.  Was surprised that it helped.

R u still on homeopathy med?And how is your health now? 

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Andyp

I went to a doctor but still got ob's, before treatment I was getting them every month and then they were 2 months apart, didn't continue treatment though... 

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10 hours ago, Raj001 said:

R u still on homeopathy med?And how is your health now? 

I used it more in the beginning.   I tried some of those sepia and graphites but didn't really notice anything.

Nosodes are the real deal and Zincum metallicum (homeopathic zinc) helped as well.   I still have some lingering symptoms but they much more reduced than in the beginning.

That's the thing, the nosodes act like a vaccine so they're not helping you heal but rather control the virus better.   When you take restoratives like colostrum and st. john's wort are thing nourished and healed.   Everyone's problems from HSV isn't cookie cutter, clean and simple to address.  There are older people, younger people, some people don't have the greatest diets and lifestyles, some people have had trauma downstairs so that can affect the way HSV is experienced.  (child birth can be a type of trauma)   So depending on a person's circumstances different treatments are more necessary than others.

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Ritawilams

I have been recently diagnosed with herpes. I believe nature has a cure for all disorders. I prefer using natural herpes cures such as homeopathic remedies and I believe it works. I have come across nosodes in homeopathy that works to give good results. I also consulted with one of the doctors at biogetica who advised me to use H-factor which is also a homeopathic nosode for the natural herpes treatment. I have started taking it and I feel it is working on my body and has already made me feel better than before.

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1 hour ago, Ritawilams said:

. I also consulted with one of the doctors at biogetica who advised me to use H-factor which is also a homeopathic nosode for the natural herpes treatment.

yeah, biogetica is actually the company I got the formula/herbs that had St. John's Wort in them as the main herb.   I think their stuff is a tad overpriced and you have to pay for shipping from India.

There's two products people can try.  There's HRPZ Drops and Herpetic Nosodes by Professional Formulas.

https://www.pureformulas.com/hrpz-drops-2-oz-by-professional-formulas.html

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