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Almost 90 percent of the world’s population is infected with the herpes virus. If you have a strong immune system, you may not even know it. Some combinations of herbs and other foods can help you eliminate the herpes virus permanently.

You can fight the herpes virus without special costs, without harming the body, without making almost any extra effort. Let’s find out how to treat herpes with home remedies quickly and effectively.

List of herbs and home remedies to treat herpes

Herpetic eruptions on the lips are very painful and usually look very bad aesthetically. It is not surprising that traditional medicine has found many ways to quickly cure herpes on the lips with folk remedies. Externally applied:

  • Lip balms, which at least 1% consist of lemon balm;
  • Tea with lemon and compresses with it;
  • Peppermint oil and witch hazel;
  • Aloe vera gel (relieves inflammation and hydrates);
  • Licorice root (due to glycyrrhizic acid, it has antiviral activity);
  • Licorice powder should be applied directly to the wounds, after mixing it with water or petroleum jelly;
  • Echinacea (added to tea or as a supplement)
  • Cream or supplements with L-lysine (stimulates the immune system and promotes cell regeneration);
  • Cornstarch paste (equal parts starch and water should be mixed);
  • A mixture of rhubarb and sage.

You can try the Vitamins to remove herpes

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The Vitamin E helps repair damaged skin cells and promotes growth of new ones. Foods rich in this vitamin are nuts, wheat germ, and herbs, vegetable oils (soybeans, cottonseed, corn, and peanuts).

The vitamin C helps increase the level of white blood cells, which help the body fight infections. A large amount of this vitamin is found in berries, tomatoes, peppers, kiwi, broccoli, spinach, etc…

HSV-1 complications are rare but possible. They can occur if the virus spreads to other parts of the body. For example, the virus can spread to the fingertips or eyes as keratitis.

Precautions to avoid spreading herpes:

  • Do not touch the wounds with your hands (to avoid bacterial infections);
  • Be sure to wash your hands before treating wounds;
  • Apply ointments, creams, oils only with sterile items (for example, a cotton swab);
  • Do not rub cream or ointment on the wound;
  • Remove from old oral hygiene items (such as toothbrushes);
  • Do not eat acidic, salty or other foods that can cause irritation and ulcers;
  • Avoid kissing or other tactile contact with the affected area;
  • Wear lip sunscreen all year long.

 

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