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Has anyone tried Homeopathy

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What were your experiences like? Did it stop the outbreaks? How often would you continue to have outbreaks compared with before the homeopathy treatment?

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I tried homeopathy for hpv once and it worked well.

My treatment for H is good diet, no stress, vitamins, and my spiritual community. Seems to be working wonders.

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Anyone try homeopathy? I called a homeopath, whom a friend recommended (her mom went for a different problem but was cured). So I called this homeopath and she said that her remedy can get it to stop for years, maybe forever. She said she used to get cold sores (facial) and now it's been a few years and she still hasn't had an outbreak, but she said it she keeps herself in good shape (her immune system up).

So has anyone else tried. Please do share your experiences with homepathy in regards to Herpes. I also found this thing at the healthfood store it's a BELL'S homeopathic remedy, and it says that it can stop the outbreaks.

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