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Antiviral essential oils have generally been very effective in treating herpes lesions and reducing their onset. Oils such as tea tree, melissa, and rosemary have been successfully used for this purpose by Daniel Penoel, M.D. in his clinical practice. A study at the University of Buenos Aires found that sandalwood essential oil inhibited the replication of Herpes Simplex viruses -1 and -2.
Those with herpes should avoid diets high in the amino acid L-arginine, substituting instead L-lysine. Lysine retards the growth of the virus. Foods such as amaranth and plain yogurt are good sources of lysine.
Ravensara, manuka, melaleuca (alternifolia) (commonly known as tea tree), melissa, L-lysine supplement.Other Single Oils:
Sandalwood, blue cypress, cumin, rosemaryOther Blends:
Melrose, Thieves, Exodus IIHerpes blend #1 (topical):
Herpes blend #2 (vaginal):
- 4 drops manuka
- 2 drops tea tree
- 1 drop ravansara
- 2 drops sage
- 4 drops manuka
- 3 drops ravensara
- 2 drop lavender
EO APPLICATION METHODS:
NEAT [without dilution with a carrier oil such as V-6 or other high-quality vegetable oil], apply Herpes blend #1 (above) on lesion as soon as it appears. Apply 1-2 drops of neat oil 2-3 times daily, alternating between the above herpes blend and Melrose each day. RAINDROP Technique, 1-2 treatments.
TAMPON, for vaginal treatment of herpes, use Herpes blend #2 (above), diluted [with V-6 or other high-quality vegetable oil] 20-80 in tampon/pad application nightly. If tampon/pad stings after 5 minutes, remove and change dilution rate to 10-90.
ImmuPro, Immune Time, Sulfurzyme, Super C Chewable, ICP/Comfortone/Essentialzyme
Thieves Antiseptic Spray
Disclaimer Notice: This information is intended for educational purposes only and is not meant to substitute for medical care or to prescribe treatment for any specific health condition.