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9. Coconut Oil

coconut oil

Coconut oil contains lauric acid, which converts into a monoglyceride called monolaurin that has antiviral and antibacterial effects. Moreover, the lauric acid and capric acid in coconut oil help kill the herpes virus.

  • Drink 10 to 30 ounces, or about a quart, of organic virgin coconut oil daily.
  • Alternatively, you can take lauric acid in supplement form after consulting your doctor.

10. Aloe Vera

aloe vera

Aloe vera is useful in dealing with herpes outbreaks, especially in the case of genital herpes as it helps heal the lesions. It will heal the sores and relieve pain and inflammation.

  • Extract the gel from an aloe vera leaf and apply it on the affected area. Allow it to dry on its own and then wipe it off with a washcloth soaked in warm water. Do this several times daily for three to four days.
  • You can also apply an aloe vera cream or extract topically.

In addition to following these remedies, eat more lysine-rich foods like dairy products, eggs, nuts (avoid peanuts though because they are rich in arginine), soybeans, mangos, and apricots to help prevent herpes outbreaks. You can take L-lysine supplements (500 to 1,000 mg daily) too.

Plus, eat more cruciferous vegetables, such as cabbage, kale, broccoli, and cauliflower, which are believed to inhibit growth of the herpes viruses.

If your sores and symptoms do not get better within seven to 10 days, or if you have a weakened immune system, consult your doctor.


Medic for Herpes was last modified: August 14th, 2018 by Top10HomeRemedies
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    1. Herpes is a virus, which is excreted by a yeast cell. Treat the virus as a yeast infection with those same remedies, but you can change some methods for faster results. Whatever you apply, leave it on the affected area. If it is the face, just do it at night. The virus is excreted from yeast cells. This was discovered in 1998. The remedies work, mainly because of anti-fungal properties. Another hint, “sugar feeds yeast”. The peanut also has a fungus that feeds the yeast cells and trigger the virus. My computer crashed the day after I copied pictures from the journal with the microscope slides of the yeast excreting the virus. If you read this, and you can find it again, please publish it on YouTube or somewhere it can be shared.

  1. Also, if anyone is suffering from HSV2 and on progesterone hormones, Lutenyl or other pills, stop taking them immediatly. I had recurrent attacks without a break for a year but when i stopped my progesterone pill (to see if i would get rid of bad migraines) my hsv2 attacks stopped completely. I did some research on this and it turns out a lot of woman have this experience. It has also recently been tested on mice… Too much progesterone makes the virus very aggesive! Good luck

  2. I’m on periods and genital sores (occurs as blisters)started to appear since before my menstrual cycle occur. I didn’t notice but the itch is increasing which makes me scratch the area (pubic area). I have no idea what it is but i want home treatment as i feel embarass to go to the doctor. Are there any more home remedies for treatment? If available please suggest

  3. Go to any store that sells supplements and by L-lysine tablets. They are an amino acid and keep the virus from breaking out. I’ve been taking them for over 30 years and haven’t had an outbreak. If you have a cold sore take 3 or 4 day until it’s healed and then take one or two a week. They’re very expensive and they’re not harmful. Try them and you will never have another cold sore. If you don’t want to take them every week then when you notice a fever, upset stomach, cold, or stress take two or three until the symptoms are gone.

  4. Ive been using RAW manuka honey religiously even when I feel a tingle and have not had a break out since. Surprised it’s not on this list. Got at publix for $26. Thought I’d share

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