Holiday Herpes Hysteria and how to reverse this condition!!!

Herpes the Groupie!!!

As a rule of thumb fighting any virus is usually dine with mega doses!!! Not daily avgs….. Get help from a Health Professional!!!!

Herpes is a Heavy Metal Virus!!! Flush the Heavy Metals from your Body regularly with Momatomix!!!!

Herpes is Activated and Feeds on a Nitrogen (Arginine) diet!!!! Arginine vs Lysine, lysine closes Herpes “food” receptors allowing starvation, deactivation and termination of virus.

Vitamins K, D & C!!!!

Oregano Oil & Olive Oil!!!

Then clean up stop replication with Selenium (momatomix) Crack the Viral Capsid with Lithium (momatomix) block Arginine with Lysine (your source lol)

Male Sex Pills are “causing” the rise in Herpes Cases in my opinion. The use of Nitrogen/Arginine sex pills charted, mimics the explosions of Herpes that last decade!

Avoid Heavy Metal Toxicity (Kemeluminescence & Momatomix)

Follow the 40 Day Fruit Fast as best you can and AVOID WHITE/REFINED FOODS… ( )


Herpes Signs and Symptoms

While some people realize that they have genital herpes, many do not. It is estimated that one in five persons in the United States has genital herpes; however, as many as 90 percent are unaware that they have the virus. This is because many people have very mild symptoms that go unrecognized or are mistaken for another condition or no symptoms at all.

Because signs can vary a great deal, we recommend that an individual see a healthcare provider to be tested if they have a lesion of any kind. This can be swabbed for a culture test or for other sensitive tests.

A person may show symptoms within days after contracting genital herpes, or it may take weeks, months, or years. Some people may have a severe outbreak within days after contracting the virus while others may have a first outbreak so mild that they do not notice it. Because of these possibilities, it can be difficult for people to know when and from whom they may have contracted the virus.

People who have an initial outbreak following a genital HSV infection can expect to have four to five outbreaks within a year.

As time goes on, your body builds up more immunity to the virus, and the outbreaks may become less frequent, even stopping altogether in some people.

Antibacterial Herbs

Calendula (Calendula officinalis)

Calendula can be used in first-aid to heal wounds, prevent infection and treat pink eye. Calendula can be prepared a few different ways, including infusions, tinctures, lotions and ointments. No known precautions.

Cinnamon Stick (Cinnamomum zeylanicum)

Cinnamon warms the body, aids in digestion and is used for its antibacterial properties. Cinnamon can be taken as a tea, added to food or used as a supplement.

Dried Clove Bud (Syzygium aromaticum)

Though clove is typically used as a topical analgesic (it has a natural numbing quality!), it can also be used to combat intestinal bacteria. For internal use, use in cooking or make a cup of clove tea.

Garlic (Allium sativum)

As an antibacterial herb, garlic is more effective against several types of bacteria than penicillin. Garlic is also friendlier to the body than antibiotics because it attacks the offending bacteria without wiping out the body’s normal flora. Garlic can be used as a tincture, capsule, infused in oil or simply added to your diet. (If cooking with garlic, avoid heating past 130 degrees as that will decrease its potency.)

Echinacea (Echinacea angustifolia)

Taken at the onset of an infection, echinacea can speed the healing process. Echinacea is most effective when taken as a tincture over a long period of time. Do not use echinacea if you have an auto-immune disease.

Oregon Grape Root (Mahonia aquifolium)

Oregon grape root is a potent antibacterial herb, especially when combined with echinacea. Do not take if pregnant, breastfeeding or if you have a history of diabetes, stroke, hypertension or glaucoma. Take as a tincture, but not for long-term treatment as it can decrease Vitamin B absorption.

Marshmallow Root (Althaea officinalis L.)

In addition to pain-easing properties, marshmallow root soothes, lubricates, softens and heals. Marshmallow root also contains tannins found effective against bacteria found in urinary tract infections. Marshmallow root can be taken internally as a tea.

Usnea (Usnea barbata)

This common lichen is antibacterial and antifungal. A powerful antibiotic, usnea is used to treat urinary tract infections, strep and staph infections, respiratory and sinus infections as well as fungal infections like yeast and vaginosis. Usnea is best used as a tincture. No known precautions, but consult an herbalist before using in pregnancy.

Uva Ursi (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi)

Uva Ursi is often used as a tincture or capsule for treating urinary tract infections as it contains compounds effective at killing pathogens typically associated with UTIs. Because of its strength, it should not be used continually for longer than 2 weeks. Not for use by children, pregnant or nursing women or those with kidney disease.

Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)

Tiny yarrow flowers have a number of different uses. As a powder, they stop bleeding quickly. Infused in water, it speeds the healing of canker sores. As a tea, yarrow is used to fight urinary tract infections. Because it can cause uterine contractions, avoid during pregnancy.

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Antiviral Herbs

Astragalus Root (Astragalus membranaceus)

Astragalus is one of the antiviral herbs that works by boosting the immune system. Taken internally, either as a capsule, tincture or buy adding it to soup, astragalus root is known to increase your body’s defense against viruses. Astragalus root is best used as prevention, so take it during flu season or before going places with large crowds of people. Avoid if you already have a fever.

Cat’s Claw (Uncaria tomentosa)

In addition to being an antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral herb, cat’s claw is also known for boosting the immune system, increasing your body’s protection against illness. Cat’s claw can be taken as a tea, tincture or capsule. Do not take during pregnancy.

Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon)

Cranberry is a potent defense against urinary tract infections due to its ability to make the bladder lining too “slippery” to adhere to. Full of antioxidants, cranberry also has antiviral properties and prevents plaque formation on teeth. Cranberry can be taken in a capsule or as juice (make sure it is unsweetened).

Elderberry (Sambucus nigra)

Elderberry is used as a remedy for viral infections like the flu and common cold. Elder stimulates the circulation, causing sweating, effectively cleansing the body. Elderberry syrup is the common delivery method and 1-3 tablespoons can be taken per day during infection. Leaves, roots, seeds, and berries of the raw plant contain cyanide-producing compounds and should not be consumed without cooking properly.

Dried Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale)

Ginger is another herb known for its antiviral and antibacterial properties. It is used to prevent and decrease duration of the common cold. Ginger can be taken as a tea, in capsule form, or added to meals.

Dried Lemon Balm Leaf (Melissa officinalis)

An important volatile compound found in lemon balm contains antiviral properties. Lemon balm leaf makes a tasty tea that can also relieve upset stomach and promote calm. It may be unsafe to consume during some pregnancies, so check with your doctor on that one.

Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra)

Licorice is antiviral and antibacterial. It is commonly used for gastric ulcers as it kills H. pylori that causes ulcers without upsetting the stomach. Steep these antiviral herbs as a tea and drink by itself or blended with other herbal teas. Avoid during pregnancy.

Mullein (Verbascum thapsus)

Mullein-infused oil is a great remedy for ear problems, including ear infection, especially when combined with garlic. Use the mullein flowers to create an infused oil.

Olive Leaf (Olea europaea)

As antiviral herbs, olive leaf is used to treat the flu, common cold and herpes. Olive leaf can be taken as a tincture, capsule or tea mixed with mint. Avoid during pregnancy.

Dried Oregano Leaf (Origanum vulgare)

In addition to adding great flavor to food, oregano also protects against viruses and bacteria as one of the best antiviral herbs available. It can be taken in a capsule to promote healing.

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How to Use Antibacterial and Antiviral Herbs (Erotic Cleanse Baths)


Clinical Studies and Reports on the Antimicrobial Qualities of Colloidal Silver

The following PDF documents consist of a variety of clinical studies and independent research reports on the antimicrobial qualities of colloidal silver-related products including silver ions, silver compounds, silver nanoparticles, nanosilver compounds, silver-impregnated and silver-coated products, and many other forms of silver being used in a wide variety of ways, but almost all for the purpose of benefitting from the powerful antimicrobial qualities of silver itself.

Susceptibility of Drug-Resistant Clinical Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1 Strains to Essential Oils of Ginger, Thyme, Hyssop, and Sandalwood

  1. Paul Schnitzler1,*,
  2. Christine Koch1,2 and
  3. Jürgen Reichling2

Author Affiliations

  1. 1Department of Virology, Hygiene Institute

  2. 2Department of Biology, Institute of Pharmacy and Molecular Biotechnology, University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany


Acyclovir-resistant clinical isolates of herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) were analyzed in vitro for their susceptibilities to essential oils of ginger, thyme, hyssop, and sandalwood. All essential oils exhibited high levels of virucidal activity against acyclovir-sensitive strain KOS and acyclovir-resistant HSV-1 clinical isolates and reduced plaque formation significantly.

Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) is a highly prevalent pathogen among children and adults, causing primary infections which present clinically as herpes labialis or as primary herpetic gingivostomatitis, and is able to establish a latent infection in the nervous system that can be reactivated quite frequently (10, 31, 32). Acyclovir has been widely used for the management of herpes virus infections, and its preferential phosphorylation by the HSV-encoded thymidine kinase (TK) makes it a selective antiviral drug (8, 14). The emergence of virus strains resistant to commonly used antiherpesvirus drugs is a problem in the clinical setting, particularly in immunocompromised patients (3, 4, 6, 19, 30). This trend has led to a search for alternative antiherpetic agents that have a wide range of efficacy without serious adverse effects and are effective for viral strains resistant to current antiviral agents. HSV develops resistance predominantly as a result of mutations in genes that code for TK, but resistance can also result from mutations in DNA polymerase. The antiherpes activities of Australian tea tree oil (16, 23), peppermint oil (25), and manuka oil (17) have previously been published. In the present study, we analyzed the virucidal activities of essential oils derived from ginger, thyme, hyssop, and sandalwood against acyclovir-sensitive and acyclovir-resistant clinical HSV-1 isolates for which therapy with acyclovir failed.

Among the many phytochemicals that have interested me, as a clinician, is oleuropein (pronounced oh-lee-or-oh-pin), a substance found in the olive leaf. I, as well as other health practitioners, have found that a natural supplement of olive leaf extract contains substantial medicinal benefits. Among them, boosting the energy among patients and aiding in the treatment of herpes and other viral conditions, flu and colds, fungal infections, chronic fatigue and allergies. I have also been surprised by unexpected results generated by this supplement.

Olive leaf (Olea europaea) was first used medicinally in Ancient Egypt. It has gained recognition as a powerful defender against sickness and numerous scientific studies have been conducted to investigate the extracts beneficial properties. The reported benefits of olive leaf extract range from promoting increased energy and healthy blood pressure, to supporting the cardiovascular system and the immune system.

Medical Evidence supporting the benefits of Olive Leaf

Genital Herpes Triggers, Grapefruit Seed Extract and Healthy Diet, L-Lysine, Lemon Balm for how to cure Genital Herpes


Nitrogen Based Foods Cause Herpes Outbreaks!!!!!

NO that will only aggravate or irritate a break out. It you want to try some cream like Abreva or take some epsom salts baths. This report discloses evidence of a cure for herpes simplex, both 1 and 2 using zinc. The lesson here is simple, topical zinc as a one-time treatment will not work since an insufficient number of viruses are killed. I suspect zinc is much less toxic than over absorption of iodine or Clorox. Most of the clinical trials cited below used zinc sulfate. Using bleach for herpes is an unsafe practice. 2 Does bleach cure herpes? The researchers wanted to to know how herpes simplex virus- 1 and herpes simplex virus- 2 would react in the presence of bleach and several other cleaning chemicals. At best, and assuming that bleach was safe to use, the topical use of a dilute concentration of bleach on a herpes lesion would kill the virus on the surface of the skin. Gov, Comparative study of inactivation of herpes simplex virus types 1 and 2 by commonly used antiseptic agents.

Herpes can be passed by mere touch and is a popular party gift during the holidays. AntiViral/AntiBacterial Baths should be used before and after “increased” sexual avtivity or possible body fluid exchange with tainted family/friends/loved ones… No research on Herpes is conclusive! Every six months these Viral Agents change their internal chemistry…..Chickpocks, Shingles…. “Cold Sores” all types of herpes….. dont blame your lover for contracting Herpes from your cigarette habit, weed habit or sharing drinks….. “gym wear” using condoms on multiple partners……etc…


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