The Fundamentals
The word "herpes" (Greek for "creeping skin disease") describes a class of viral infections known for the periodic vescular skin eruptions that persistently plague most sufferers. The class is so broad that for the our purposes, we are restricting our discussion to the two most common kind: herpes simplex (which includes genital herpes, or "Type 2") and herpes zoster (shingles), which although not life-threatening, is a regular source of irritation to those who have it. (So as not to confuse simplex with its herpesvirus cousins: one strain of herpes, called "herpesvirus simian encephalomyelitis" or "B virus," occurs among veterinarians and laboratory workers who come into contact with infected monkeys. It is almost always fatal.)
Herpes simplex is marked by thin-walled vesicles that tend to frequent the same area -- often where the mucous membrane joins the skin. Herpes zoster causes the inflammation of the posterior root ganglia of just a few segments of the spinal or cranial pheripheral nerves. The trunk is most often affected, but the face may also be involved. Incubation lasts 7 to 21 days; recovery varies from 10 days to 5 weeks, where children tend to recover faster than adults.

Conventional Links:
Genital Herpes - Summary
Oral Herpes
Herpes Simplex
Cansema Black Topical Salve Herpes
H erpes, for our purposes, means the most common types: Herpes Simplex, Type 1 and 2, and Herpes Zoster (shingles).
The sores created by both types of herpes can be quickly eradicated in a day or two with H3O, adjusted to a pH of about 2.0. (Genital herpes sores can last a week or more.) As good as this is, it does nothing to address the underlying problem, however. There are a number of herbal approaches, indigenous to Asia and North America, that work remarkably well in dealing with herpes. Herpes has been successfully treated for thousands of years using neem. (See page two of our Neem Common Use Table.) Using herbs common to the Western hemisphere, our Cansema Capsules have repeatedly been reported by our users to be useful in dealing with herpes systemically. Our Neem Extract (Code 1450), combined with the Cansema Capsules (Code 820), provides the strongest combination of topical and systemic herbals in dealing with herpes, of which we are aware.
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Note: This information is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the use of a qualified health care professional. We strongly recommend the use of a physician for the diagnostic phase of any treatment. With an accurate diagnosis in hand, we believe the consumer, at that point, has a basic, unalienable right to seek out factual information on all therapeutic approaches, both orthodox and alternative, and choose those approach(es) that are right for them. Nonetheless, a "good doctor" should be considered a requisite starting point.

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