Zovirax, Acyclovir, Valtrex and Famvir are doctor prescribed drugs that are helpful for some people. These drugs can either be taken everday as a “suppressant” or only when an outbreak occurs. This is referred to as “episodic”. These drugs do have possible side-effects and can be very costly.
Dynamiclear is an antiseptic sulphate based solution which contains copper as a trace metal in an aqueous herbal base. It is applied topically to the site of an active lesion only once during the outbreak, instead of multiple times as you do with prescription salves.
The Dynamiclear formulation includes St. John’s Wort, an herb known as Hypericum perforatum. St. John’s Wort has been used to treat wounds and infections for many years and has been shown to be effective against viral particles.
Clinical studies have found that Hypericum extract was effective in reducing the frequency and severity of recurrent episodes of herpes labialis and herpes genitalis. Hypericum perforatum has potent antiviral and antibacterial properties which are beneficial in the treatment of the herpes virus.
Sulfur is a main ingredient in Dynamiclear. Sulfer is the basis of the modern antibiotic and an age-old remedy used against infections and to help the recovery of wounds. This sulfate molecule is an important component of the Dynamiclear solution.
Dynamiclear penetrates the viral membrane, causing the destruction of the virus on contact. When I used Dynamiclear for the first time I was surprised at the speed and effectiveness. A scab formed almost instantly, the healing begins, and the episode quickly ended.
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