Herpes Cure 911
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Herpes and JNK
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The Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV), infects human cells and stimulates those cells to turn on the DNA replication machinery; in this way, HSV uses human host cell DNA to replicate itself.
When the DNA replication mechanism is turned on, the JNK gene, which is part of the replication machinery, is also activated. Any kind of stress, emotional or environmental, activates the JNK gene. This is why stress can trigger a Herpes outbreak.
These studies demonstrate the activation of the JNK (c-Jun) gene with Herpes infection:
The HSV virus likes to "hide" inside nerve cells where it can evade detection by the immune system and replicate itself within the glial cells that insulate nerve cells.
BECAUSE THE HERPES VIRUS HIDES IN NERVES AND REPRODUCTIVE BODY FLUIDS, ANY PROTOCOL DESIGNED TO ERADICATE HERPES SHOULD INCLUDE AN ORAL SUPPLEMENT THAT SUPPRESSES THE JNK GENE. (Normal cells do not have an overly-active JNK gene.)
These studies demonstrate that any natural compound that normalizes an overactive JNK gene also inhibits replication of the Herpes virus: