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****Note to newcomers at the bottom.

The feedback coming back from others, who've tried the neem capsules and neem oil or graviola tea and having as good of results as I did, makes me overjoyed.

I'm not the type of person who seeks support or companionship. I'm content with myself and always been happy in my own skin. 

Herpes and meningitis support groups never crossed my mind, until I "fixed" myself, found things that really worked for me (note not cured), and then thought, "I wonder if these things work for others?"

I jumped on the forums and not seeing others on neem capsules, neem oil, and/or graviola tea shocked me. I would read others' stories who are suffering with constant outbreaks or the atypical symptoms (nerves, joints, lymphnodes, headaches, stiff neck, light sensitivity, etc) that can lead to more serious issues. 

I only decided to join forums to share what I found that completely stopped my constant outbreaks (neem) and what stopped all the other mollarets meningitis symptoms (graviola tea). 

I never had any intentions on staying on forums this long, but I got caught up with the positive feedback of others' successes with neem and graviola. 

I'm in the process of moving across the country again (I move a lot). And I need to get off of here and get back to living, I think these forums are great for some, but for me the internet is just a big distraction from life and things I enjoy (exploring, adventures-a bit of an adrenaline junkie, traveling, hiking) and it becomes too consuming.

Taking an indefinite break, good luck to all the wonderful people I've chatted with. 

*********And to Newcomers *****     There is hope for living normal and love; don't sell yourself short because you've been dealt this! And don't seek diagnosis or diagnosis advice on a forum!!!! Go to a doctor; neurologists, internalists (who can usually be listed as your pcp and are great at listening), and infectious disease specialists are usually pretty good at getting to the bottom of things, not someone on a forum you don't know from Adam who could just be a narcissistic sociopath with a god-complex. You just never know who you're really talking to! 

***When someone gets the nerve up to post in newcomers section or newly diagnosed, the first response should be, "Welcome to the group, sorry you're here, it gets better." 

Remember support groups should not be a stressful environment, especially for a disease that is affected by stress.

My hubby of fifteen years died ten years ago at age 34 in a car crash, and it taught me life is too short. Life is definitely too short to waste time arguing online! ;)

So, see doctors, boost immune system, find suppressant, treat the symptoms.

Enjoy Life and Live!!






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In the section:  Just Signed Up-Say Hello Here -- posted After Nightmare Finally Living Again-- it is a full detailed list of what I took that stopped outbreaks and miraculously stopped meningitis symptoms.

I've been told by others who've tried the tea, the tea is a miracle, it's allowing them to live a normal life with no more headaches and nerve problems! :D

In the section:  Herpes Treatment Zone - Managing Outbreaks and Pain Relief -- posted Links to Neem Studies-- 4 links to institutions and research centers (including John Hopkins) who've tested neem and found it highly effective treatment against all herpes viruses including hsv 1 and hsv 2.

Any questions on exact regimen are answered in the comments.

Might check in on private messages here and there, but not replying to any attacks or arguments! All negativity will be ignored! 

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Been keeping some private conversations going, I still get messages with success and still getting messages with questions. 

I've posted my story in so many places, I'm not sure which are still getting views and bringing in new private messages.

All questions on what I took and how much can be answered in just signed up say hello here-after nightmare finally living again and in the comments following that post. Also in herpes treatment zone- managing outbreaks and pain relief, links to studies done on neem and also in following comments of that post.

If you read my story and try what worked for me, I hope they work as well for you. If you don't try them, I hope you find something that works for you. 

Over two years now, still no outbreaks, no side effects, and feeling pretty good.

Good luck to all, especially those suffering constant outbreaks and atypical symptoms like I was.

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