New Treatment Says You Can Get Rid of Herpes

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Erase Herpes is an all-natural program dedicated to targeting herpes where it hides in your body and eliminating it completely. But does it work? Can it really get rid of herpes? What did we think? Check out our review of Erase Herpes below.

Dr. Christiane Beuhlern is the medical professional behind the Erase Herpes program. Erase Herpes claims that it can help fight both HSV-1 and HSV-2, what usually are known as oral and genital herpes, respectively. It doesn’t require a lifelong commitment like medications that only suppress the virus, and it doesn’t require a prescription. The full course of the Erase Herpes treatment only takes three weeks. And since you don’t need a prescription to start treating yourself, that means no expensive doctor appointments to make.

If getting better is the point, Dr. Beuhlern makes a good case when she says that the regular medications being prescribed for herpes are probably too life threatening to take. Valtrex, Acyclovir and Famvir are all more problematic than dealing with the herpes on its own. But just living with herpes is too annoying, painful and, as anyone who has lived through an outbreak knows, embarrassing to go untreated. It can be hard to know how to approach the world when an outbreak starts. You know that you have some time before the virus completely takes over your face. When that happens it feels like your face disappears behind the blisters.

Erase Herpes grew out of Dr. Beulhrn’s personal struggle with the disease. She was shocked when she was diagnosed with the disease. She was even more shocked when working with pathologist Dr. Languin, widely considered to be the authority on sexually transmitted diseases, she stumbled on a treatment method that she believes can completely eliminate herpes.

Herpes is more than just the outbreak that appears as blisters on your skin. It’s a signal that something is wrong with your immune system. Normally, the herpes virus hides itself and avoids the immune system with the help of a protein called ICP47. But when the immune system is otherwise occupied, the virus breaks out. That’s why herpes blisters are called “cold sores”—the virus attacks when your immune system is fighting an illness.

Erase Herpes attacks the ICP47 protein so the herpes doesn’t have anywhere to hide. However, the immune system needs a boost to properly deal with the virus. That vitamin combination is what Erase Herpes tells you how to supply for yourself using simple ingredients that can easily be found on your grocery store’s shelves.

If you feel doubtful, so were we. There’s a reason for that. Even the medically prescribed treatments for herpes usually let you down. To some degree, every treatment for herpes fails. But if you’re willing to try all of the pharmaceutical concoctions that doctors normally recommend to fight herpes, you might as well give a doctor-recommended natural treatment a chance as well.

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