Herpes. Cold sores. If you suffer from them, you know how the dreaded tingle can really get you down so this story may be of interest to you.
I had a message from a customer the other day to tell me about her experience with herpes and Archeus Botanic Repair Balm. Everyone is different of course, and what may work for one person may not for another, but I feel that it is part of my job to share information about how Archeus has helped people, especially when it comes to the things we don’t like to talk about.
Those who get cold sores of either Herpes Simplex variety will know the awful feeling of nerves jangling, a general soreness of skin and pain that is there but hard to pin point. Some people get chills with the onset of a herpes outbreak, others have skin so sore they cannot bear to be touched. All of these symptoms are sure signs that a cold sore is on its way.
Cold sores usually appear right when you don’t want them to – at times of stress, or before a period, or when you are feeling a bit under the weather, or getting ready for some big public event or romantic weekend away. Our customer said that it was at one of these moments when she felt the tingle and started putting Archeus Botanic Repair Balm on the affected areas (did you know that often herpes can create pain in one place first before twinging and appearing in another?).
To be honest, Archeus wasn’t planned as her first port of call when it came to herpes, but she had run out of her usual ointment she gets from the chemist, so she looked for something, anything else she had in her cupboard that may help.
I had formulated the balm with herbs that are prized for their nervine, antiseptic, analgesic, wound-healing and anti-inflammatory properties which is good reason why this balm is so effective and adaptable for a range of different uses.
When she put the balm on, she said that she felt relief pretty quickly; like a cooling feeling. She kept reapplying it every time she felt the twinges returning. She said the 15g tins are a great size for popping in your pocket, so you have it with you when you go to the loo (her herpes occurs in the genital area).
She continued to use Archeus Botanic Repair Balm for a few days and, while the twinges would return, she didn’t get an actual outbreak of sores. So, the next time she had an attack coming on she used Botanic Repair again and the same thing happened. Relief, twinges coming and going, but no actual sores.
Someone else had told me previously that they had used the balm when they felt a cold sore coming on their face and it provided relief. For me this was starting to get pretty interesting.
I am certainly not going to make any claims, but I do feel it is important to let others know of stories like this. The same outcome won’t happen for everyone, but people are looking for natural alternatives for their health and well-being. Maybe you are looking for a natural alternative for this problem, and so here is one option to consider trying.
It is also worth noting that originally she had bought Botanic Repair Balm to use after having her eyebrows cosmetic tattooed. I had formulated the balm with herbs that are prized for their nervine, antiseptic, analgesic, wound-healing and anti-inflammatory properties which is good reason why this balm is so effective and adaptable for a range of different uses.
On that note, feedback from customers indicate that Archeus Botanic Repair Balm has been used for all sorts of things including:
- Healing after cosmetic tattoo/micropigmentation
- Chapped lips
- Nappy rash
- Helping a burn heal
If you have other uses for it, do let people know in the comments below this blog, or on the Archeus FB page as good experiences you have had with it may just help someone else.