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Herpeset Cold Sores Remedy?

Cold sores, also known as herpes, is an infection that can appear on the skin, usually on the lips or near the mouth or nose, and that is caused by the herpes simplex type 1 virus or HSV-1 if you prefer the shorter version.
 
It can appear in children as well as adults, some are more susceptible to it due to their DNA or their genes or due to having a weaker immune system, diabetes, autoimmune disorders and so on. 
 
Some never develop this problem but others that are more unfortunate can actually get herpes multiple times, it keeps coming back due to the virus staying in the body. 
 
There is no cure for this problem but there is a treatment which has the purpose of reducing the symptoms. It causes stinging, itching, inflammation and some mild pain. 
 
Although it can look very ugly and disgusting, you shouldn't be too worried unless you have an autoimmune disorder, because for most healthy people it is nothing serious. 
 
You can even choose to not apply any treatment and it will still go away, but that would mean living with the symptoms and the discomfort until it does go away.
 
Now, with the rise of more homeopathic products, one has also appeared that is made to treat herpes or cold sores and it is called Herpeset.
Ingredients: 
 
  • apis mellifica 3x
  • arsenicum alb 200c
  • baptisia 3x
  • capsicum 6x
  • dulcamara 30c
  • echinacea ang 3x
  • nitricum ac 200c
  • purogenium 200c
  • rhux toxicodendron 200c
  • 20% organic alcohol and purified/distilled water.
 
Some of you, especially those that like to check out home remedies or homeopathy remedies, may recognize some of the ingredients and two of them are also seen in another similar sublingual spray called Oxyhives.
 
I'm talking about the apis mellifica and the rhus toxicodendron. Herpeset claims to be safe 100% and to be effective but like Oxyhives, it can't clinically prove it. Actually, it has never been evaluated so it just does not have any proof to speak of.
 
In a best case scenario, this product could help you but the effectiveness or level of potency is unknown. It has ingredients with potential analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties.
 
Cayenne pepper, some of you may know, contains things called salicylates and a little-known fact is that aspirin is a derivative of salicylic acid. Because of this, it could have some analgesic properties.
 
However, isn't it just better to use an aspirin? Well, probably. That's the thing with homeopathy, it's questionable. Consult with your doctor before using it, that is the course of action I'd recommend.
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