Cold Sores

Cold Sores – A Natural treatment beats all!
cold sore, herpes virus, herpes


Everyone has had at one time or another the pain and embarrassment of having a cold sore. It usually comes at the worst time, of course, and try as we might they keep coming back – for some far too often.

Now there is a real answer to the problem, and it is NOT drug based or an OTC item.

It is an all natural, safe, herbal solution that kicks everything else to the curb in its effectiveness. Check it out.

Cold Sore Description
Cold sores or fever blisters, consist of groups of small blisters on the lip and around the mount. There is inflammation of the skin or mucus membranes making it tender and painful and giving you a very sore mouth. Cold sores are caused by the herpes virus. The virus will enter the body through an opening in the skin around the mouth. It can be spread if a person touches the cold sore, by kissing someone infected or their saliva.

Herpes simplex virus (HSV 1) causes the common cold sore and HSV-2 is responsible for genital herpes.

Both types can cause either genital herpes or cold sores depending on the site of the initial infection. HSV blisters are contagious through skin-to-skin contact and are recurrent in many people.

Most people who are afflicted with recurrent cold sores know exactly when an attack is coming. You will get a tingle on the lips and if you take action fast enough with AlliGEL you may prevent that tingle from becoming a full-blown, painful cold sore.

Herpes infection arises as a result of some type of toxic insult, which could be stress, infectious illness, food allergies, drug or alcohol abuse, too much sunlight or cold exposure. A significant number of pharmaceutical drugs can also trigger a reaction including, aspirin, Motrin, Indocin, Clinoril and Cardizem.

Procardia and cortisone are known to increase the invasive nature of herpes virus.

Cold Sore Symptoms

First you will feel a tingling, itching or pain around the area of the oncoming cold sore. There may be a fever, sore throat, or swollen glands in your neck.

After the cold sore blister appears, it will break open most times and leak a clear fluid out and crust over.

They can be very painful for many people and you want to help prevent their spread to others as they are very contagious.


Cold Sore Treatment Options
There is a limited number of options available for a cold sore remedy. There are over-the-counter skin creams, ointments or gels. They usually make it feel better, but don’t offer a huge reduction in the duration of the infection.

There are also a few herbal products that can help.

The most promising and effective of these is a stabilized form of garlic in a product called AlliGEL which holds promise for an actual cold sore cure.

What Actually Works
The OTC items offer some help mostly with soothing the painful feeling of the cold sore but do little to shorten the length of the infection.

A much better option is the use of the products AlliGEL and Alligin – both naturally derived from garlic and placed into a stabilized form without any pronounced odor to deal with. They have a proven track record against viral infections and can greatly speed up the healing process and if used on a regular basis reduce the reoccurrence of future outbreaks.

None of the OTC products or doctor prescribed drugs can match the effectiveness and safeness of Alligin and AlliGEL – they are in a class of their own.


Cold Sore Treatment Regimen
Rub in a little portion of AlliGEL to the sore spot 2 or 3 times a day and this will prevent it from developing into a serious cold sore.

At the same time take 2-4 capsules of Alligin every day and continue this especially through periods where you might expect to suffer.

This protocol should help to prevent the infection from flaring up again.

Remission periods will be increased with regular use.


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