H-clr Herpes

What Is HSV 1 And HSV2?

It is a virus, but more importantly it is a parasite that has invaded your body. You are its host and its not planning on leaving. Until now you could take a supplement or even a prescription anti-viral medication. It would help, but the parasite would just run and hide.

A scientific study group discovered where the virus hides in January of 1998. The HSV hides inside of another parasite. That's why the simple anti-viral agents don't work. When an anti-viral agent is used, the HSV just hides inside the larger parasite. The larger parasite is a fungus located at skin level immediately surrounding your outbreak sites. When you stop using the anti-viral, then it re-emerges from it's "Fungal Host" and returns to skin level for the next outbreak.

What Is Genital Herpes?


Genital herpes is a contagious viral infection that affects an estimated 1 out of 8 Australians. Each year thousands of new cases are believed to occur. The infection is caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV).

There are two types of herpes simplex virus (HSV), and both can cause the symptoms of Genital Herpes (Vaginal herpes).

HSV type 1 most commonly causes sores on the lips, commonly called cold sores. Type 1 herpes can also be anywhere on the body, above the waist, herpes on the back is called Shingles, another nice word for herpes. Shingles effects usually older people above 60 years old.

HSV type 2 most often causes genital sores on the vagina, and penis, but it also can infect the mouth through oral sex. See pictures at bottom of page of genital herpes.

Genital herpes infection usually is acquired by sexual contact with someone who has the active herpes virus in their system HSV1(transmitted through oral sex) or HSV2(transmitted through sexual contact). It can be active and contagious even when sores are not present in the genital area (this is call shedding).

What Are The Symptoms?

When symptoms occur, they vary widely from person to person. Symptoms of a first episode of genital herpes usually appears within two to 10 days of exposure to the virus and last an average of two to three weeks. Early symptoms can include an itching or burning sensation; pain in the legs, buttocks, or genital area; vaginal discharge; or a feeling of pressure in the abdominal region. Please see the following phases of this virus.

Stages of a cold sore:

Phase 1 - Prodrome
Area gets warm and painful; tingling is associated with this first stage.

Phase 2 - Macule
Area becomes red (erythema): a type of hypersensitivity or allergic reaction that occurs in response to the virus

Phase 3 - Papule
Small red bumps form, often accompanied by a throbbing pain.

Phase 4 - Vesicle
Colorless, fluid-filled blisters start to develop

Phase 5 - Postule
At this stage a clear liquid becomes yellow and pus forms.

Phase 6 - Crust
A yellowish crust forms on the affected area.

Phase 7 - Scab
Area becomes reddish- and dry. Area itches.

Phase 8 - Healing
Pain disappears, the scab falls off
Within a few days, sores (also called lesions) appear at the site of infection. Lesions also can occur on the cervix in the women or in the urinary passage in men. These small red bumps may develop into blisters or painful open sores. Over a period of days, the sores become crusted and then heal. Other symptoms that may accompany a primary episode of genital herpes can include fever, headache, muscle aches, painful or difficult urination, vaginal discharge and swollen glands in the groin area.

What Is The Natural Approach To Ending Outbreaks?

The scientific study group that first discovered the "Fungal host," formulated an all natural supplement to combat these parasites. That formula was licensed to H-clr. It is a combination of herbs which restore the body's natural defenses, so that it controls the HSV and its fungal host. H-clr is made of Natural Organic Herbs. As it restores the body's natural defenses, people have reported much more resistance to a large range of viruses as well as the herpes fungal host.

H-clr acts like your own personal Terminator. It energizes your body's defenses to relentlessly search out HSV1 and HVS2 and fight it.

Step 1

The 30 day Cleanse

Just take 2 capsules 3 times daily for the first 30 days (we call this, the 30 day cleanse). If you wish you can take 3 capsules in the morning and 3 in the evening.

Step 2

The Eleven Month Maintenance

Then 1 to 4 capsules every morning to stimulate your immune system for eleven months (we call this the maintenance).

This H-clr Maintenance Plan is as follows:

For less frequent cases 2-3 outbreaks/year, take 1 capsule/day for 11 month maintenance.

For people with 4-6 outbreaks/year, take 2 capsules/day for 11 months.

For people with 7-11 outbreaks/year, take 3 capsules/day for 11 months.

For people with 12+ outbreaks/year, take 4 capsules/day for 11 months.

H-clr's Anti-Viral Herbs take 30-90 days to start to take effect, so you will see fewer and fewer outbreaks until you experience no further outbreaks (usually 6-12 months).

After the twelve-month program, the integrity of your outbreak sites should be restored, then you may discontinue H-clr or continue to keep boosting your immune system.

Nature never intended for you to support these terrible parasites, so nature has provided the answer to your problem. H-clr has no side effects and provides a natural approach to controlling outbreaks.

Results vary by user.

The Active Ingredients

Burdock root, Ashwanganda root, Echinacea Pur. root,
Hydrangea root, Ginger root, Astragalus root.
Our herbs are organic, and come with a certificate of lab analysis.

Organic herbs, with no pesticides, hormones, and no biologically altered herbs
are used in H-clr.

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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.