Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Propolis Cuts Cold Sore Healing Time by Half

Ask the Experts: What’s the Alternative? Cold Sores
By Vicky Perks, Western Mail (UK), 1/5/2009

Cold sores are caused by the herpes simplex virus which enters the body and travels to the top end of the nerves, where it lies dormant.

During this inactive state there is no sign of infection. It is only when the virus is woken up – or activated – that the cold sore forms…

Most conventional cold sore treatments are only effective at the tingling stage, before the blisters occur. Once the blister has reared its ugly head it can take up to 10 days for the cold sore to run its course.

However, clinical trials show some herbal remedies can be effective at every stage of a cold sore.

Research published in Phytomedicine 2000 shows that Bio-Propolis from Bioforce can heal cold sores in just over three days, even after blistering has occurred.

Derived from a beeswax extract collected from a specific variety of Canadian poplar trees, Bio-Propolis helps to prevent the cold sore virus from replicating and reduces pain.

It is rich in amino acids, trace elements and flavonoids, which together have an antiseptic, antibacterial and antifungal effect. Indeed studies have shown that it can reduce healing time by up to 50%...


Isha A huja said...

I think that's true. I've tried the natural remedies and supplements available at Rainbow Wellbeing (www.rainbowwellbeing.com) and found them to be quite effective!

Russell Reed said...

Can you tell me that what indicates in this product.
Looking forward for your reply.

Russell Reed
cold sore treatments