HSV-2 is short for herpes simplex virus type 2. It is a disease that causes sores on the genitals and is normally spread by sexual contact. It can occasionally cause mouth sores and in rare instances spread to other areas, such as the eyes and the brain. There is no known cure for herpes that is generally accepted by doctors, but there are several treatments you can try. All claims of their effectiveness are made by those who are attempting to profit from them.
Lectrojet works with acyclovir, an antiviral medicine that is commonly used to treat herpes symptoms. Lectrojet is a new way of delivering the medicine to the body through the skin. The manufacturers claim it turns acyclovir into a super antiviral drug and that the process has an 85 per cent cure rate.
A small machine that fits in the palm of your hand is connected by wires to your skin. The wires are stuck to the skin by sticky pads. Lectrojet uses smaller amounts of acyclovir, so there are fewer side effects. The manufacturer claims that it is painless and you can be cured in 10 treatments. There is an unconditional money-back guarantee.
Biogetica is a company that offers what it calls a "Freedom From Herpes Kit." The kit includes three bottles that contain Hyperisince tablets, Biogetica H-Factor (Nosodes) and Biogetica Visarpa Clay. Much of their approach is to stimulate the immune system.
Hyperisince tablets contain the herb hypericum mysorense. Biogetica claims it gives the immune system support to fight HSV.
Biogetica claims the H-Factor (Nosodes) stimulates the immune system so it can fight HSV even while it lies dormant in the nervous system.
Biogetica Visarpa Clay is a topical medicine. Biogetica claims it fights HSV at the affected area and also provides soothing relief.
Biogetica claims that using the kit for three months will usually result in never having another outbreak of herpes. There is a 100 per cent money-back guarantee.
A website called Secret Cures claims to offer a herb that will cure herpes as well as every other bacteria and virus it has been tested on. They don't give the name of the herb or many other details, but if you want more information you can give them your e-mail address.