TIRED OF THE PAIN AND ANGUISH OF ORAL or GENITAL HERPES OUTBREAKS?
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You can feel it coming on? That tingling sensation or hot feeling that tells you a Herpes blister is about to erupt. There is nothing you can do to stop it, and you know it's contagious, which just adds to your stress level. The same questions keep running through your mind every time it happens: "How long will this outbreak last? When will I get another one? Is there any way to get rid of this quickly?"
FINALLY! SAFE, Homeopathic Relief IS HERE!
Scientists are still searching for a herpes cure, but now you can get natural homeopathic relief from the painful symptoms of herpes eruptions with Herpeset™, a very special homeopathic blend of 9 ingredients, each known in the homeopathic community to safely reduce the discomfort caused by symptoms of Herpes Simplex Virus, such as:
- Pain and ache
HOW IS HERPESET™ DIFFERENT?
A liquid oral spray, Herpeset™ is absorbed quickly into the blood vessels under the tongue, bypassing the digestive tract, which can slow the absorption of orally administered products. Our sublingual application is designed to speed delivery of ingredients to combat your symptoms so you can feel better quickly, and resume your normal activities sooner.
Herpeset™'s unique blend of homeopathic ingredients is designed to attack multiple symptoms, and can be safely used with other medications with no drowsiness or adverse side effects. Just spray under the tongue up to 3 times a day for safe, effective relief!*
A SYNERGISTIC, HOMEOPATHIC BLEND
Homeopathic doctors have been using the separate ingredients in Herpeset ™ to treat single symptoms of oral and genital herpes for decades, but our experts in homeopathy have chosen a blend of these natural ingredients to help relieve a wider variety of symptoms in one, easy-to-use spray application. Here are a few samples of the symptoms that each ingredient is recognized by authoritative homeopathic texts to help relieve see Ingredients page for full listing:
- Rhus tox: Reduces itching/inflammation associated with blisters and itchy skin eruptions
- Apis Mellifica: Relieves burning, stinging pain and swelling
- Baptista (Wild Indigo): Reduces mouth ulcers
- Capsicum (Cayenne Pepper): Pain killer
- Nitricum Acidum (Nitric Acid): Helps heal cracking and bleeding & arrests spreading
- Pyrogenium: speeds healing of abscesses
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THOSE WITH HERPES ESPECIALLY PREGNANT WOMEN
There is no known cure for genital herpes. This product will not stop the transmission of the herpes virus from one person to another. Thus, you should take every precaution to inform your sexual partner that you have the herpes virus and practice safe sex. Women who are pregnant or lactating should consult their physician regarding the risk to their unborn child when the active Herpes virus is present as Herpeset ™ cannot stop the transmission of the disease to the unborn child or a nursing child.
STRESS: A MAJOR FACTOR
Once a person becomes infected, Herpes Simplex Virus lies dormant in the body, waiting for just the right conditions to become active again. There can be many triggers which activate the virus, such as eating arginine-rich foods (like chocolate, cola, beer, seeds and nuts); the onset of a cold or fever; sunburn; the menses cycle & any physical or emotional event that introduces stress to the body. Each person's triggers are different, but all herpes sufferers have one thing in common--worrying about the next outbreak adds even more stress, which just feeds the vicious cycle and makes it worse!
NOW GET THE NATURAL RELIEF YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR, BUT ACT EARLY!
Our unique combination of time-tested homeopathic ingredients in Herpeset ™ is designed to reduce the severity of an outbreak and help your body heal itself*. So what are you waiting for?
You'll want to have plenty of HERPESET ™ on hand so you can start to Clobber Painful Herpes Outbreaks Easier and Safer than ever before!
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