Ailment: Herpes simplex
Remedy: Hydrogen peroxide
Hydrogen peroxide H2O2. What it is, healing properties, uses, remedies and treatments, how to use it, possible reactions, warnings, and what to buy (and what not to buy).
Question posted by Hopeful of Perry, GA, USA on 23 February 2021 at 3:17 5293
I'd sure like to hear some updates from some of the 'Yes' people that commented several years ago to see if their numbers fell below the limit for HSV. To learn if they are considered to be HSV-free now.
Comment posted by TEthics of New York, New York, USA on 9 March 2020 at 10:7 5211
Hydrogen peroxide did not work for me. I tried the standard process of 1-25 drops H2O2 etc with a clean diet - no sugar or processed foods. After I did this, I had new sores and they seemed to be more frequent than before.
Question posted by EvolutionEvie of Hobart, TAS, Australia on 7 January 2020 at 14:19 5192
My partner has Herpes 1 and H 2, and I contracted H 1. I truly believe in the Cure. I am very keen to follow this approach using colloidal silver and olive leaf extract as my Protocol. Can Daisy please describe her self-designed protocol in her comment 2304 on 9 February 2014, please? (if she should read this after six years). In the Meantime I will Youtube what others are doing with these 2 ingredients .. just to get started.
Comment posted by Anonymous of Los angeles, CA, USA on 9 August 2018 at 0:9 5059
In the mid 90s I was a teenager who innocently used one of those lipstick samples at the mall, which I would regret for years to come because the next day I had my first outbreak on my upper lip. It would come and go, triggered usually by stress or the weather. It was really bad in my early 20s and would leave me feeling depressed, deformed, and judged by others. In 2007 I was fed up with it. The dreaded tingling on my lips would signify a guaranteed week or so of misery. I started doing research and decided to use some hydrogen peroxide topically as soon as I felt the tingle. Wow it was like the virus hissed at me and the outbreak was less strong that time. Like I still got the blister but it seemed weaker. So what I started doing was put hydrogen peroxide on a q tip and pressed on my lip every time after that. No need to consume that nasty stuff, it would bubble and it would actually go away or be a tiny blister if anything. I would also eat a couple jars of pickled garlic when I knew a sore was coming. I kept doing that for about a year. Well between 2008 and 2012 I was outbreak-free after getting these every few months. In 2012 I had a stressor and couldn't get to the peroxide in time and well whatever. However that was my last outbreak. Knock on wood. I haven't even felt a tingle so I don't know if I actually killed the thing because I've had all the triggers like going to grad school and stressful jobs and family stuff. It would be interesting to get it tested but seriously the hydrogen peroxide works. It's now been 6 years since any outbreak and I don't feel like a freak anymore. Just use it topically though.
Question posted by A bit of herpes of New York, NY, USA on 1 July 2018 at 0:8 5034
I’ve been taking the hydrogen peroxide orally and spaying it on my lower back, hips and neck for a month or so. Before the therapy my igg readings were Hsv 1 24, HSV 2 1.2. After one month they were HSV 1 20, HSV 2 1.35. Why did one reading go up and one down? I believe I contracted hsv 2 this year, so will the readings go up over the next 6 months or so, regardless of whether this treatment works or not? Or are readings just gonna vary randomly from day to day? So if you have a reading of 1.2 vs 5 does it mean you just have a bit of herpes like having a bit of a cold? I have no symptoms - no blisters or anything painful. Occasionally heat rash type thing under foreskin if I don’t shower after sweating, but it disappears as soon as I shower. So do I just have a bit of herpes? Or will it get worse?
Question posted by James of LA, CA, USA on 14 May 2018 at 15:34 5000
What is the best way to apply hydrogen peroxide to your lips? My lesion is on the lower lip, I notice its on the 2nd layer of my skin under. So how do I penetrate down to that 2nd layer?
For those reading this in the future, make sure you understand the difference between hydrogen peroxide for topical use on your skin and food grade hydrogen peroxide.
Comment posted by Warrior Goddess of Silverdale, WA, USA on 13 April 2018 at 21:45 4980
Hi all, I’ve been reading through many of your comments here and am quite encouraged by the positive feedback! I have carried HSV2 for 37 years and got tested for first time a few weeks ago to see what my level is, which is 5.75. A negative reading is 0.90. I just wanted a reference point to see where I’m at.
I’ve been on the hydrogen peroxide protocol for a few weeks. I just took my first dose of the day and I’m up to 23 drops. Yes, it tastes like crap, I use a drop of flavored stevia right after to get rid of that nasty, bleachy taste. I have also been taking a vitamin protocol and eating healthy, no junk, but I have been eating that way for many years. Since taking the H202 I have not even had so much as a tingling or stirring of any sort down there. I went out last weekend and after not drinking for a while had one too many and felt kinda crappy, but even that did not cause an OB. Was off coffee but started up yesterday and nothing so far, so I’m thinking this is really working! Have not been experiencing any noticeable cleansing reactions other than feeling a little tired but that could be from no caffeine also. I’m also taking olive leaf extract, but I bought a brand with only 6 oreulopein, and it should be stronger, at least 20 . I will continue with what I have as I don t want to waste it. Am also taking oregano oil, 2 drops essential oil in water x 3 daily and rub a few drops on the base of spine x 2 daily. You need to dilute it with organic coconut oil because it burns like hell if you don’t. I tried it diluted under the tongue also but that burns and the taste is very unpalatable. Also colloidal silver. Hard to tell if it’s just the H202 or combination of all that I’m doing but I’m really feeling it’s working. Having a positive outlook and knowing that this nasty virus can be cured is encouraging! I also practice, Qigong, an ancient Chinese healing art. I will continue with what I’m doing and also planning a full body detox cleanse in June. I plan to get retested in the fall and praying for a negative result!
Question posted by Let s cure this of Sioux Falls , SD, USA on 13 February 2018 at 2:43 4932
I have been taking H2O2 orally and DMSO topically for approx 6 weeks. I experienced an outbreak around day 30. How many OBs did you generally experience while following the protocol, how long did you follow the protocol and did anyone finish the protocol and then restart it again? Did any OBs or a healing crisis occur during the 2nd time on the protocol? I plan on completing 6 months and then taking a 2 month break then starting again to see if I experience any symptoms. If I am not cured then I should expect an OB around the 30 day mark again.
Comment posted by David Miller of Perth, Western Australia, Australia on 7 February 2018 at 7:2 4922
In response to Me of New York, NY:
Currently, herpes is not curable. It can go into remission, and some of the remedies listed in the comments on this website seem to help it go into that state.
Question posted by Me of New York, NY, USA on 7 February 2018 at 6:27 4921
I am currently using the H2O2 and DMSO protocol to treat HSV2. If I am successful, will I then be immune to HSV2? If in the future I had contact with a partner who has HSV2 will I be able to catch it again? I'd love to be rid of this forever.
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