About Herpes simplex

Human herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection occurs as a primary often asymptomatic infection followed by subsequent recurrent outbreaks. Once an individual is infected, HSV persists in sensory ganglia for the life of the patient, recurring with lessening immunity. The symptoms include grouped vesicles on an reddened patch. Transmission occurs when a carrier sheds the virus but lacks lesions through skin-skin, skin-mucosa, mucosa-skin contact.

Treatments: My Approach

My holistic treatment approach to HSV involves preventing recurrent outbreaks by optimizing immune function through diet, lifestyle, herbs, and nutritional supplements while at the same time utilizing anti-viral herbs, nutritional supplements, and medications.