NATURAL HOME REMEDIES FOR HERPES

Natural Home Remedies for Herpes- How beneficial they are! Herpes outbreaks can be managed by various OTC medicines like Acyclovir, Valaciclovir and Famciclovir. But these medicines and drugs comes with adverse side effects given below, • Lower abdominal pain • Stomach ache • Cramping • Diarrhea • Constipation • Fatigue • Headache • Nausea Natural home remedies for herpes outbreaks are also available for curing herpes infections and they have been proven to be as effective as the OTC medicines. These remedies include simple and inexpensive ingredients that are available easily and the usage is less complex than the other herpes treatments. The main advantage of using these natural home remedies for herpes sores is that they do not have any side effects unlike their substitute, OTC drugs. Let’s go through some of the best known home remedies:  Aloe Vera Aloe vera for herpes. Aloe vera is an excellent alternative to the ointments and medicines prescribed by the doctor. It has cooling effects on the open sores and helps in healing faster. It works the best when used in the form of processed gel or pure form. It is rich in vitamin E which is an important nutrient for skin health. The […]

NATURAL HOME REMEDIES FOR HERPES – NATURAL HERPES CURE

Natural Herpes Cure– Is It a Way to Get Rid of Herpes? Let us talk about natural home remedies for herpes or you can say, natural herpes cure. But before doing so, let us go back and equip ourselves of more knowledge about herpes.  A study in 1998 has shown that herpes was the most common sexually transmitted disease among the population. Isn’t the figure great enough that leaves most of us bothering?   What exactly Herpes is? Herpes is a sexually transmitted diseases caused by HSV (herpes simplex virus). This virus affects the genitals, the cervix, as well as the skin in other parts of the body. Herpes is a chronic condition that may lead to genital ulcers sometimes. There are two types of herpes viruses causing herpes, i.e. HSV Type 1 and HSV Type 2.   Many people never have symptoms even though they are carrying the virus. The symptoms, if they occur, include not feeling well, fever, blisters and ulceration on the cervix, pain while urinating and vaginal discharge, cold sores around the mouth and as blisters on the genitals.   It is easily human transmissible. The virus can be transmitted from the carrier to an uninfected […]