Apple Cider Vinegar

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Posted by C on 11/29/2007

Thanks so much Ted. So the virus isn't being forced out of my cells, just reactivating?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

The excess acidity from the apple cider vinegar may reactivate the HSV assuming the body has insufficient bicarbonates to neutralize the acidity of ACV, besides the sugar and white bread and oily foods, of vegetable oils, with exception of fish oil, which are antiviral.

One additional tip: taking drops of peppermint oil (usually 4 drops) 5 or 6 times a day may also inactivate many of HSV too, and is synergistic, but the basic is to get the urinary pH high enough to be close to 7 and if not as well the drinking of more saline water (such as up to 1 teaspoon of sea salt) may further the effect of killing the HSV. HSV are relatively sensitive to alkalinity, salinity, zinc, and certain aromatherapy oils such as peppermint oil. I have as yet to look at eucalyptus but peppermint oil has worked well too.

Replied by Tommy
los Angeles, california
05/22/2009

The most dangerous part of drinking carbonated drinks is Not the sugar.It's not the sweetener,Yes they both play a role but the most dangerous part is the C02.Our bodies spend every second of our lives getting rid of this poison every time we breath out.You may not realize the danger of pouring that poison down your throat.Most people are unaware.One soda pop, or carbonated drink will weaken your immune system as much as 50% for as long as six hours. If you have herpes that could mean the difference of how many outbreaks you suffer with each year. If it's carbonated Don't drink it. It's also a good idea to start treating yourself for parasites.When your immune system is in full force it kills the herpes virus.So the virus hides inside the bodies of parasites. Kill the parasites kill the virus.This is why resolve herpes is working for so many people.It's killing the parasites.


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