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Herpes: foods to eat and avoid

Reference #: 814
Submit Date: 15 Jul 2006
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Country of Remedy: china
Remedy Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New York, pp 125-126
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Remedy Description

Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New

York, pp 125-126



Herpes



Herpes is a sexually transmitted disease which attacks the nervous

system and in its active stages manifests itself as festering skin

eruptions nd lesions, usually on and around the genitals and mouth areas.

It is contagious only in its active stages but relatively harmless when

dormant. Its connection with the nervous system is why it tends to become

active and erupt into lesions when the victim becomes 'nervous' due to

stress. Several drugs have been developed to suppress herpes but so far

there is no permanent cure. The juice therapy recommended below is

helpful in suppressing active symptoms and helping the body to fight the

infection, but it is not claimed as a cure.



Carrot juice: as an overall detoxifier and source of organic nutrients,

fresh carrot juice is a good dietary supplement for victims of herpes. By

cleansing the body of morbid matter, carrot juice reduces the severity of

skin eruptions when the disease becomes active. Take at least li quarts

daily, preferably in 2 or 3 doses, on empty stomach.



Pecans: rich in pyridoxine, pecans rank among the best of therapeutic

foods for the nervous system. Daily intake of raw pecans helps balance

nervous system functions and hence reduces the symptoms of nervous

stress, which is a prime cause in activating herpes symptoms. One or

two handfuls of raw pecans, eaten throughout the day, is recom-

mended.



Wheat germ oil: rich in vitamin E, wheat germ oil is almost always

beneficial to patients with nervous ailments. It also contains inositol,

which improves the body's fat metabolism and thereby takes some

excretory burden off the skin. When lesions occur, wheat germ oil may

be rubbed onto them externally to promote rapid healing. 1 tbsp

morning and night.



Apple cider vinegar: rich in organic potassium, apple cider vinegar en-

hances metabolic efficiency, which in turn calms the entire system,

thereby preventing dormant herpes from becoming active. When sores

and lesions do occur, apple cider vinegar may be rubbed directly onto

the skin to disinfect them and promote rapid healing. This should be

done in conjunction with internal dosage as well. 2-3 tsps apple cider

vinegar in an 8 oz glass of distilled water, 2-3 times per day.



Foods to avoid: overcooked meats, cooked eggs, pasteurized milk; refined

sugars and refined starches; deep-fried foods; coffee, alcohol, sweet

soft drinks; artificial additives.

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Submit Date: 30 Dec 2007
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Thanks for the infromation it was very helpful!



Comment: PECANS ARE NOT GOOD FOR HERPES! They contain arginine

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Submit Date: 05 Oct 2008
Author: KAREN
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PECANS ARE NOT GOOD FOR HERPES! They contain arginine

KAREN



Pecans are full of arginine. Arginine agravates herpes. Important to stay away

from all nuts and anything that has a lot of arginine. If you eat arginine a

good thing to do is to eat food rich in lysine to counteract it.