Category Archives: Cold Sores and Herpes
Cold sores, also known as fever blisters or Herpes Simplex (HSV1), are clear small blisters that form around the mouth and are filled with fluid. Cold sores are caused by the Herpes Simplex Virus I, which lives inside nerve tissue. … Continue reading
The obvious distinction between oral herpes (cold sores) and genital herpes is where on the body their respective symptoms occur. Oral herpes refer to the herpes virus that manifests as fever blisters or cold sores on or around the lips. … Continue reading
Many people who contract a cold sore (also known as a Fever Blister) misdiagnose it as a canker sore. This can happen for many reasons. In some cases, the person does not want to believe they have contracted the herpes … Continue reading
If you’ve ever had a cold sore, you know how annoying they can be. Treating them as you deal with them might seem like the only option, but that’s not totally true. Our line of Lip Clear Lysine+ products is used … Continue reading
Lip Clear Lysine+ Clinical Study From Alternative Medicine Review (V10, No.2, 6/05) Eugene, OR: A study published in Alternative Medicine Review (6/05) shows that LIP CLEARLysine+ topical ointment healed cold sores faster than leading OTC and prescription brands costing 3 … Continue reading
Cold sore symptoms are virtually the same for everyone, making them quite easy to diagnose. Since the life cycle of a cold sore outbreak is usually identical to the last outbreak, many people who get cold sores can detect the … Continue reading
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Text from the video; Dentist Dr. Christopher Kammer: Preventing Cold Sores According to the Center for Disease control, 17% of adult Americans test positive for the Virus that causes genital herpes, and fully 80% test positive for Herpes Simplex 1, … Continue reading