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Re: HPV just diagnosed
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Published: 13 years ago
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Re: HPV just diagnosed

Mainstream medicine says that there is no cure for HPV, the same as they say about Herpes, HIV and some other viral infections.  But mainstream medicine is all about managing illness and not curing it and I believe that HPV, Herpes and other viruses may be able to be completely wiped out with colloidal silver (and perhaps MMS).  The key with colloidal silver is to get the best quality and to take enough quantity for a long enough period of time. 

For HPV or Herpes, I would take two to four ounces of quality colloidal silver daily for a couple of weeks and then a couple of ounces daily for another six weeks.  After that, perhaps only take a couple of teaspoons a day or else once a week or so take an ounce or two for maintenance.

For the sake of economics you could start off with a gallon of Utopia Silver Advanced Colloidal silver and also buy yourself a good home silver maker such as the Silver Puppy machine (or wait a week or so for the introduction of the less expensive and superior machine Utopia Silver is going to introduce).

As for oleander, I personally take a maintenance dose every other day and a couple of times a year take a full month of the maximum three doses per day just to be sure.  In the past, I have taken the home remedy version but I have two bottles of Sutherlandia OPC capsules on order and will be taking them in the future since they are inexpensive and made according to exact standards in a WHO quality manufacturing lab. If I were you, I would take the oleander indefinitely.  I would also take some other good anti-virals along with it, such as:

  • olive leaf extract
  • grapefruit seed extract
  • grapeseed extract

As a side benefit, you will not only boost your immune system but also, if you live a reasonably healthy lifestyle, be prepared in the event of a bird flu outbreak, since it will normally attack those with strong immune systems firs - unless they also take antivirals.

Conventional medical "wisdom" says that

"Once a person is exposed to HPV the virus resides on the cells for life. People that have been diagnosed with HPV is most likely have contracted the disease from an infected partner. After a cure HPV infection can become latent for many years. Low-risk HPV will clear in 8 months; however persistent or high–risk HPV takes longer. Also high-risk HPV is associated with the development of cervical cancer."

I do not believe that such is necessarily the case, but it is a good indication of the need to take long term measures to insure against further outbreaks and possibly eliminate it for good.

If you decide to go this route, please come back after eight weeks and tell us if you still test positive for the virus.



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