Ultimate Herpes Protocol

Ultimate Herpes Protocol By Melanie Addington

Afflict millions of people worldwide.
Unsightly in appearance and yet torturous, the cold sores "marks" with the annoying presence of the face, causing problems. See, how it is treated.

The cold sores (herpes labialis) is a viral infection by herpes simplex virus (HSV). The cold sores, first infect epithelial cells in the mouth before being transported into the nervous tissue in the face, where it remains eventually. The virus remains active until it is dormant within the nerves of the lips and facial skin.

From what cause?

The sores activated by various factors such as:


-Stress and fatigue

-Colds or flu

-The menstrual



-The general feeling forfeiture organization etc.

Once the virus is active, appears clinically painful blisters predominantly in the nose and lips. In this phase it is dangerous spread, to other parts of the body, including the eyes and then just needed special attention.

Transmission of the virus

Virus transmission occurs either through direct contact with the wound or the exudate or by indirect contact. Transmission is possible throughout the duration of the crisis of the first symptoms to healing.

How to limit the spread of the virus?

-Do not share your towel, your glasses, cutlery or any other personal items.

-Avoid cuddle sensitive groups such as infants, pregnant women, elderly people.

-Do not touch the area of ​​herpes labialis.

-Don't break the bubbles and do not scratch the lesions formed during the healing of cold sores because it can contaminate your fingers with the virus but also the area of ​​herpes labialis with other microbes.

-Do not touch your eyes when infected with herpes simplex and take extra care when loading or remove make-up.


The sores do not need special treatment as it subsides by itself when it completed its cycle, which lasts about ten days.
Significant relief may offer some special creams containing aciclovir, according to doctor's instructions.

Ultimate Herpes Protocol By Melanie Addington