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The Ultimate Herpes Guide- Secrets To Naturally Treat Herpes Kindle Edition

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  • Print Length: 22 pages
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  • Language: English
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The full book was not included ..however telling you about having a blood test at the STD clinic to confirm is just stupid ...who would not what to make sure and have a proper diagnosis ..
As for remedies nothing listed that is of any interest ...telling you to take things to support your immune system
Overall not a good book at all your GP can give you more information for free or you local GUM clinic
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9bd88300) out of 5 stars 17 reviews
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HASH(0x9bef184c) out of 5 stars Basic knowledge 18 Jun. 2014
By DAVID A MACKINNON - Published on Amazon.com
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Most people who have had herpes know these remedies. Wasn't the breath taking , ground breaking revelation explained in advertisement . Would have been extremely upset if I'd purchased this from their web ads for $37.00 .
Another solid reason why you need to check with Amazon. Amazon has great deals.
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HASH(0x9bf2c1b0) out of 5 stars Dealing with Herpes 12 Jan. 2014
By Grady Harp - Published on Amazon.com
Cristine Fox addresses the topic of Herpes in this booklet and provides valuable knowledge about this dreaded disease. You CAN do something about it. After opening the book with an introductory chapter that addresses exactly what Herpes is - the result of a herpes simplex virus (HSV 1 and HSV 2) that is highly contagious, sexually transmitted, and has periods of acute manifestations and chronic latency with exacerbations she proceeds with information about how to deal with the diagnosis. The course of disease from the time of infection until the time of resolution (approximately 20 days) is discussed in detail, including the causes of infection with a list of the ways in which the disease can be transmitted, and how the accurate diagnosis is made is shared.

The author then approaches the measures that can both prevent and treat latent or active herpes - diet (including foods to eat and foods to avoid), stress management, learn to discuss the diagnosis especially with partners, and a list of excellent home remedies (soaking in a warm bath, use of wet tea bags, avoid touching the lesions, the use of cornstarch or baking soda, lemon, aloe vera, lysine, ice, natural supplements such as Echinacea, Siberian ginseng, essential oils, honey, black coffee).

The author, while encouraging patients who suffer from herpes to care for themselves, also suggests seeking medical advice and stresses the importance of sharing the fact that you are a `carrier' with your friends and partners. This is not a `miracle book' by any means, but it is a healthy way to deal with a potentially tragic disease condition. Grady Harp, January 14
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HASH(0x9bdf8840) out of 5 stars Book Not Complete 11 Jun. 2014
By Robert Williams - Published on Amazon.com
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Kindle addition not complete book. Cure chapters missing. I downloaded a copy of the complete book (pdf) and then lost it on my computer or in space. So I ordered the Kindle book and it was missing the cure chapters.
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HASH(0x9c1c8da4) out of 5 stars The Ultimate Herpes Guide 15 Jan. 2014
By Laura Prior - Published on Amazon.com
With one in four Americans being affected by herpes, this guide should be required reading for anyone who is sexually active. Cristine Fox clearly explains the disease and offers a plethora of natural ways to keep symptoms at bay. The author goes into detail about what to expect from a visit to a free clinic or a General Practitioner. She does a wonderful job of de-stigmatizing HSV1 and HSV2. There is great advice about how to talk to your partner, how to deal with the stress of having this chronic disease, and how to cope with recurrences. You'll even learn what type of underwear to use. The Ultimate Herpes Guide also offers diet tips to avoid certain foods that trigger outbreaks and to consume other foods that inhibit the disease. What I enjoyed most about this easy-to-read guide was all the natural remedies recommended to soothe an outbreak. I can hardly wait to share what I've learned with some of my friends (you know, the ones who disappear for a week while their mouth sores heal). You've got to pick this book up just to be able to read what a simple cup of coffee can do for an outbreak (it's amazing)!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c3c7300) out of 5 stars nothing new here. I expected something more than I found online 21 Nov. 2014
By Apple Fanatic For Life - Published on Amazon.com
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I have lupus and started getting cold sores about a year ago. They aren't bad, but they bug me like everyone who suffers. I found this information through the blog by the author, and hoped it would contain information that was new...but no. This is all simple, normal accepted homeopathic remedy. The author did neglect to include colloidal silver, which has been an effective treatment for many.
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