Few people realize genital herpes can be obliterated from the body. After all, it’s only a virus, though a tenacious one. The right approach must be taken, which takes into account the physiology and infective pattern of the pathogen.
The virus operates in two phases, the essentially non-infective one, or latent phase, and the infective stage, or active phase. It’s crucial to realize for a cure to be achieved, it is not only necessary to kill the more rare, active germs, but also all those which are lying dormant, causing no obvious symptoms.
Active infections are relatively easy to destroy, although it may prove stubborn in certain cases. In this case, the virus is vigorously infecting the skin on or around the genitalia. In particular, it has a preference for the mucus membranes such as those on the labia of the vagina or within the penile shaft, as well as the mucous membranes of the mouth and around the lips. These are among the thinnest tissue membranes on the body, and the most vulnerable areas for herpetic attack.
It’s complicated to determine if a person has the infection because victims are largely asymptomatic. As demonstrated by S. L. Sacks’ book, “The Truth about Herpes,” people who most readily develop symptoms in the genital region are those who have never had the infection before. Others who have a prior history or are repeatedly exposed, may have no symptoms since their bodies have the capacity to fight the virus and its symptoms through antibody production.
It’s important to realize acute symptoms are related to a flu-like illness: mild fever, aches, and mild headache. The typical herpetic outbreak is on the skin and/or mucous membranes. In many instances, vesicles are never seen, however they may convert into tiny ulcerations. Common sites of the vesicles and ulcerations in women are the labia and skin about the pubic region and, in men, the foreskin area and penile shaft. Yet, more rarely, sores may also appear on the buttocks, around the anus, and on the thighs. There can be a burning sensation in relation to urination as the lymph nodes in the groin area may become swollen. Pain and much inflammation during the outbreak is a sign that the immune system is actively fighting the infection.
The body regards this as a major assault and needs help in order to fully obliterate the pathogen. Natural germicidal agents are crucial as they are powerful anti-inflammatory agents. Natural substances or complexes which bolster immunity are also essential.
The greatest anti-herpetic power can be found in oil of wild oregano. This highly potent complex has significant antiviral properties. Plus, it has a specialized power—it’s an escharotic agent, which means it has corrosive capacities. It corrodes the outer coat of the herpetic virus, obliterating it. Another action of wild oregano is its immense anti-inflammatory actions. The most potent wild oregano with this capacity is the supercritical or CO2 extract. The supercritical extraction preserves flavonoids and other inflammation-fighting compounds which are lost in the standard extraction. The ideal treatment regimen incorporates both of these natural complexes.
Avoid all nuts and seeds while increasing the consumption of grass-fed animal meats and poultry, as well as eggs, cheese, and whole milk.
Follow this program aggressively. It may take up to six months to fully purge the virus. It can be done. It’s a matter of time and dosage.