Herpes Cure Treatment or Remedies Explained | FENVIR™

Is There a Cure for the Herpes Simplex Virus?

Despite whatever over-the-top claims you may have read on the internet, when it comes to a cure for herpes, none exists. To date, the US Center for Disease Control reports that there is no cure for any virus in the herpes family, which are responsible for cold sore blisters, shingles and genital herpes outbreaks. The virus resides in the body of the infected individual for life, whether it is “provoked” or not.

Good News About Oral and Genital Herpes Treatment

Though many individuals are understandably disappointed over the lack of a true cure, there is good news! A new ground-breaking antiviral "cure" for cold sores, shingles and genital herpes has gone through extensive scientific testing and has been proven to be more effective than any current herpes treatment on the market. People suffering from herpes are ecstatic over the new natural treatment, FENVIR™. This 100% natural herpes remedy significantly increases the healing rate of herpes outbreaks. Additionally, it is also capable of creating an antiviral barrier that keeps the virus sealed and subdued, repressing current symptoms and future outbreaks. While traditional medications work to soothe and superficially treat breakouts on the surface of the skin, this new "cure" works to prevent them from erupting deep within the nerve root, where the virus resides. When taken daily, this treatment creates an antiviral wall around the cell body that traps the virus within, preventing it from escaping to the skin and expressing symptoms. The treatment also works to increase immune strength and therefore drastically reduces reactivation rates.

Cold Sore Blisters, Shingles and Genital Herpes Sufferers Sing Praises

From lysine to typical herpes remedies and messy topical treatments, many products have been used in the past to combat the herpes viruses with limited results at best; when it comes to long-term prevention, all have been dismal failures. The current treatments on the market use old, generic, run-of-the-mill ingredients which are only capable of producing results with limited effectiveness. FENVIR™ is the only remedy currently on the market that has used recent incredible research to formulate its remarkably effective oral and genital herpes treatment. This super-effective remedy is made from 15 scientifically-proven, naturally-crafted ingredients that have resulted in a 98% satisfaction rate among our customers, and a virtual zero return rate. It is the treatment HSV sufferers need most desperately; when used to treat herpetic outbreaks, it is the treatment HSV sufferers value most immensely!

Studies Prove Inhibitory Effects and Increased Healing Rate of Herpetic Outbreaks

The central component used in this new herpes remedy is Fucoidan (Tasmanian Undaria pinnatifida). Clinical studies of Fucoidan's potent effects against the herpes simplex virus can be found on the National Institute of Health's US National Library of Medicine

Is the main ingredient in FENVIR™ more effective than Acyclovir (ACV-R) against oral and genital herpes?

Yes, according to The US National Institute of Health, Undaria pinnatifida, or Fucoidan, is “significantly more active against clinical strains of HSV-2 and HSV-1 than Acyclovir.” This NIH published study confirms the FENVIR™ remedy is not only superior to the most popular prescription HSV drug, it also corroborates what we already knew: treating herpes with FENVIR™ is light-years ahead of traditional HSV-1 (oral herpes) and HSV-2 (genital herpes) remedies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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