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Video Helping People Get Rid Of Herpes Hits 250,000 Views on YouTube

Video Showing Research On Effectiveness Of Natural Ingredients For Herpes Hits More Than 260,000 Views

Miami, United States - April 12, 2019 / Mohca /

A video shared by Melanie, author of “Herpes with Melanie” YouTube channel, has now gotten more than 250,000 views with numerous people leaving comments and feedback on "How to get rid of herpes" video. The video which is by distributed by one of the administrators of talks about research around herpes simplex virus.

Melanie said, "I'm happy that this video shows people scientific proof that natural ingredients can be effective. I'm grateful that my video found the right audience and people can see that many researchers are also looking into natural remedies.” She added. “For me, it's a personal success and it's really motivating me to create more videos that can help others."

For many years, herpes disease has been a serious health problem faced by many people in the U.S. and around the world. 

Research On Natural Ingridients For Herpes

Unfortunately, there is no FDA approved herpes cure. According to WHO, 3.7 billion people under the age of 50 have oral herpes, and 417 million people aged 15-49 suffer from genital herpes. Antiviral medications including Acyclovir, Famciclovir, and Valacyclovir, are considered to be effective for people suffering from HSV. In many cases, medication can help reduce the frequency and severity of symptoms, but cannot cure the virus itself.  

The video covers research on 4 ingredients which include resveratrol, lysine, curcumin, and quercetin found in common fruits, nuts, and greens. It has shown to be effective in fighting HSV-1 (oral herpes) and HSV-2 (genital herpes) strains to help sufferers get their life back. The studies mentioned in the video were conducted by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases,  Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and Southern California University; and the links to the studies were provided by Melanie.

Some people in the comment section of the video thanked Melanie for her work which reveals this revolutionary discovery. Many also shared their personal stories of pain and shame associated with the herpes simplex virus:

 "I just got diagnosed with HSV and my doctor looked at me with a disgusted face." - wrote Jasmin.

Anna said, "It's very interesting. We still know very little about the potential of alternative medicine. Many times natural remedies are more effective and healthier than conventional medicine".

"Herpes is one of the biggest threats to newborns, I don't understand why doctors don't see the huge issue here." - Jake commented.

The video is available on YouTube. Melanie mentioned that many people are feeling shy and embarrassed and don't wont to post a comment or question from their own profile due to the herpes-related stigma. However, she stated that they have a no judgment rule and try to answer as many questions as possible, which sometimes can be quite difficult due to the enormous amount of spam.

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